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Amy's New Gluten Free Rice Crust Margherita Pizza
After many years of unexplained medical issues, I was finally diagnosed with celiac disease in 2002.Â The first couple of years were a rough road traveled, but I am feeling better than I ever have.Â It is important that I share what I have learned over the years with others and to do my part to help raise awareness of celiac disease.
I recently tried Amy's new Gluten Free Rice Crust Margherita Pizza. The picture on the box was enticing, and I was impressed with the list of natural and organic ingredients, so I just had to give it a try.
Upon opening the box I noticed chunks of real mozzarella cheese sprinkled with basil. It was the perfect size for my toaster oven, but I have a pizza stone so I decided to prepare it in the oven. The aroma was very promising, and it even caught the attention of my kids. The pizza was done in about 12 minutes, and it looked just like the picture on the box. The mozzarella melted beautifully and I couldn't wait to dig in. The crust had a nice crunch to it and a chewy texture...combine that with the blend of the mozzarella and basil and a hint of garlic and it was delicious!
My only complaint would be that I would have like to have a bit more sauce (I like saucy pizzas). I loved that it was made as a single-serve pizza, since most gluten-free pizzas never taste the same the next day. I wish I could have enjoyed the entire pizza myself, but my non-celiac kids ended up liking it as much as me!
For more info visit their site: www.amys.com.
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