One of the largest challenges of being an allergy mom is the fact that processed food is off limits. It does not matter if you are laid up with the flu or stuck in an impossible work deadline, you are not going to be able to safely order a gluten-free dairy-free corn-free pizza for delivery. If you cannot heat it you cannot eat it.

So while I know of precisely one place that I can obtain a pizza assuming I can pick it up, getting that heat and eat meal for the day when I am desperate used to require a lot of planning. This is why I was thrilled to learn of Amy’s gluten, dairy and corn free pizza.

Until recently the frozen pizza aisle had become an area that I simply did not visit. There was no point. However recently it has started to get a little more friendly. There are now gluten-free pizzas, soy free pizzas, dairy-free pizzas and even a gluten-free, corn-free and dairy-free pizza.

If your issues are with dairy and soy, Daiya has a pizza out now. If, like us, you can tolerate soy but not gluten or dairy, then go with Amy’s and pick the spinach one…it tastes better. These brands were all available at my local Whole Foods.

Now if you live here in Chicagoland you can always try a dairy free pizza at Rose’s bakery. The facility is gluten-free and corn-free

I realize that frozen pizza, even if organic and gluten-free is still not health food, but I am glad to have options in case of emergency.

Or in case of PMS!