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Chuck E. Cheese's To Offer gluten-free Options On Menu

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Posted 09 May 2012 - 09:53 PM

So, now Chuck E. Cheese's is testing a gluten-free pizza and cupcake.


It may be a frozen pizza but at least they seem to get the CC issue better than that other pizza chain that's been in the news this week for their not-safe-for-Celiacs gluten-free pizza choice!

I bet a lot of parents will like this info: "The bake-in-bag pizza will remain sealed while cooked and delivered and until opened and served with a personal pizza cutter at families' tables by the adult in charge."

Besides, you don't go to CEC for the pizza right? At least when I suffered through the phase of birthday parties there my daughter was not that enthused about the mediocre pizza...it was all the games and chaos that was the big draw!
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Posted 09 May 2012 - 09:57 PM

I saw that! Yes, that's an interesting concept - the bag.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 07:15 AM

I am thankful they are taking such precautions to prevent CC. My kids will love this, even if it is a frozen pizza! But the way they are cooking it seems interesting to say the least, but I am thankful they are concerned about CC. The main reason we hardly ever eat out is CC, so this will be nice. Hope they expand their markets soon to all areas.
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Posted 11 May 2012 - 03:52 PM

The company that is making this pizza for them "Conte's Pasta" has fantastic gluten-free ravioli.

It's available at both Whole Foods and Vitamin Cottage stores here in CO.

(Haven't had their pizza, but I'd give it a try...but maybe not at a Chucky Cheese....).
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