Thursday, September 11, 2008

Itty Bitty Frozen Pizza



My co-op often carries some random gluten free products around the store. I think they like to bring things in to see how they'll sell. Most often I get to give them my two cents and that is often "GROSS!".
In the freezer section I noticed a new itty bitty frozen cheese pizza. I feel like all of us "gluten-free eaters" are in a constant search for a good tasting pizza, loaf of bread, and bagel! Amy's pizza with rice crust is pretty good, but that rice crust pizza is so sweet. I would say that that pizza has become just edible for me, not craveable.
The itty bitty frozen pizza was by a company called "Foods by George". I had tried their English Muffin and it was pretty good, but never anything else. The little pizzas were $2 bucks, so I gave them a try.
Yummy. They're pretty good. On the record, my oven is wonky, so most things come out pretty good at first and then the second time I let them cook longer and they're even better. This pizza was no exception. You have to let the crust take a long time to get brown on the edges. The directions say to cook for 10-12 minutes but I think more like 15 minutes. I would also suggest broiling the top of the cheese to get it nice and bubbly. This cheese is really good too. A slightly salty mozzarella. Yummmm...tiny food.

7 comments:

Jenny said...

I'm go glad you commented on my blog so that I've now found yours! You eat a lot of the same foods that I love, those peanut butter cookies look sooooo good!

Marlow said...

I love your blog! I check it everyday!

Meg said...

I had heard about these and wondered how they tasted! Thanks for the review!

Yasmeen said...

Its good to learn more about gluten free foods from your blog

Joanna said...

your blog is really cute! i love your headline picture.

Katie said...

Yum! For gluten-free pizza, I like a rice crust. It comes out nice and crispy. I am glad you found one that you like.

Great blog :)

Kat said...

Thanks so much for this blog. I haven't tried their gluten free pizzas but I will be sure to check them out the next time I'm at the store. I always hesitate spending money on gluten free convenience food because you never know if it's going to be worthwhile or not!