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CHUCK E CHEESE has  gluten-free pizza, & cupcakes !!!  My dghtr just had the pizza & said it's great!  She was in Miami.  I ( as well as many of you)  knew that they were testing the market in one state last yr but I had no idea that ithe gluten-free items were available in other CEC,The pizza was completely separate in it's own wrapping. No cc issues! . She was also so stuffed from the pizza that she didn't get to try the cupcakes/cookies.

 

The pizza is a very small personal size & cost  about $6. Heres more info:

 

http://delightfullyglutenfree.com/2013/01/gluten-free-at-chuck-e-cheese/

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I didn't think that Chuck e Cheese would get it right, like Dominoes did not, but it appears they have.  Now it's just a question of whether or not I want to eat a (frozen) cheese pizza in a restaurant, or just play games with the kids.  LOL

 

http://www.chuckecheese.com/new-glutenfree-offerings

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They should make a family size pizza that would be more economical. gluten-free moms need to eat too.  My dghtr said the pizza is very small & had to order 2. She is nt a big eater.  So $12 to feed 1 person pizza is very high. I can only afford this 1x in awhile.

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I've seen the pizza and they are not small. They should be plenty to feed an older child or adult. It's the size of most personal pan pizzas. 

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I think it is a great move on their part.  Personally i wouldn't eat the pizza just because i recall their gluten stuff as being bad tasting (lol!!) but.. what a plus for kids.  Now they can go to those famous Chuck e Cheese b'day parties and eat along with all the other kids.  Good for Chuck E Cheese for doing it right!

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Dghtr said it was good but of corse taste is a subjective thing. 

And Yes they did it right.  

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one day I ordered the gluten-free pizza and was waiting for it. After15 mts the cashier summons me over to apologize..they THOUGHT they had the gluten-free pizza but they ran out & it was on back order. I was pissed! I then spoke to the manager and he offered me a gluten-free cupcake for my inconveinance. So I brought it home to my dghtr, and it was DISGUSTING! It looks good but once you bite it...YUCK! and its $3!!

I know taste is a subjective thing, but I doubt any human being would enjoy this cupcake .

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