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.