The Italian restaurant chain is set to launch a gluten-free version of its classic dish across UK branches from 22 March.
The gluten-free dough balls will be available to buy with PizzaExpress garlic butter for £3.95 - the same price as the restaurant's regular dough balls.
Children will also be able to request gluten-free dough balls when ordering from the "Piccolo" menu.
The announcement comes after the chain introduced gluten-free pizza bases to its restaurants in 2013.
Visitors can order the gluten-free base on any of the pizzas on the menu.
The chain also offers gluten-free options across its salads and desserts.
It's not surprising brands like PizzaExpress have opted to expland their gluten-free options in recent years.
A 2015 YouGov survey reportedly found that 60% of UK adults have bought a gluten-free product and 10% of households contain someone who believes gluten is bad for them.
That's a lot of people who've been missing out on dough balls.
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