udi’s pizza crusts

Amys Gluten Free Pantry

A nice addi­tion to their array of gluten-free prod­ucts, Udi’s pizza crusts offer a quick din­ner option for those nights you really don’t feel like cooking.

They are two to a pack­age at about $5.00, so $2.50 per unit. A fam­ily of four will eas­ily eat two piz­zas, along with a salad. Pesto, made with wal­nuts instead of parme­san makes a tasty dairy-free top­ping. Sauteed mush­rooms with gar­lic and a sprin­kle of Ital­ian pars­ley would also be nice. If you can have dairy, then load it up with any com­bi­na­tion of favorite top­pings and go to town.

Next time, I will brush these crusts with olive oil and toss in the oven for a few min­utes to brown them up before adding the top­ping. We like a crunchier crust at our house.

A more afford­able, yet more involved pizza that involves heat­ing up your stove top are piz­zas made from Trader Joe’s Brown Rice Tor­tillas. $2.59 buys you six tor­tillas, so the sav­ings is sub­stan­tial, but again, there are days when you just want to pull a crust from the freezer and viola.



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