Gluten-Free Product Review: Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Pizza

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My mom picked me up these Sabatasso’s Pizzas at Costco. The price is right at $12 for 2 pizzas. Almost unheard of in the gluten-free world. And while the price is right thankfully the taste was just as good. For frozen pizzas these are great. It’s a simple cheese pizza and would make a great base for all sorts of toppings.¬†While I try to stay away from pre-packaged food this is a good option when you are in a rush, just pop it in the oven. It also made the perfect late night snack after a night out. Even celiacs need unhealthy pizza at 2 am!

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Gluten-Free Product Review: Udi’s Pizza

Udi's Gluten-Free Pizza

I always forget how exhausting moving can be and this proved to be a good excuse to try Udi’s Frozen Pizza. While I try to eat healthy and stay away from overly processed foods I thought it deserved a try. I chose the Pepperoni Pizza, which was surprising for this an almost vegetarian, but I guess if you’re going to eat processed food you might as well go all the way. Easy pizza in my new backyard with good company was just what I needed and this pizza was great for frozen pizza. My non-gluten-free dinner partner said it was just as good as the best “normal” frozen. While it doesn’t compare my healthier cauliflower pizza if you’re looking for a quick meal I definitely recommend this pizza. It has a thin crust, just enough cheese and lots of flavor. One pizza has two servings.

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