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Freschetta Gluten Free Signature Pepperoni Pizza

The other day I was thinking about some of the things that I miss most since going gluten-free. Most of them involve the loss of the sense of freedom that I remember having while eating out or shopping. For many years after my diagnosis something as simple as being able to buy a frozen pizza at a supermarket was just not possible.

Freschetta Gluten-Free Signature Pepperoni PizzaMy how things have changed over the last few years! Now it is not only possible to buy frozen pizzas again, but it is also possible to buy truly outstanding frozen gluten-free pizzas, like Freschetta's new Gluten Free Signature Pepperoni Pizza.

Preparation of the Freschetta Gluten Free Signature Pepperoni Pizza is simple, just remove the packaging and bake it on a pan in a pre-heated oven at 450F for 12-16 minutes. I baked mine on the longer side, as I like the mozzarella cheese to be light brown and bubbling. The first thing I noticed about this pizza is that the crust is thin, which I like, and it gets brown easily, which is not always the case with gluten-free pizzas.

The second thing I noticed was the wonderful smell coming from the oven—it smelled like I was at a pizzeria. After removing it from the oven and letting it cool for a couple of minutes, I cut it and noticed that my family could not wait to try it.

The taste was amazing! This pizza offers a generous amount of mozzarella cheese and perfectly flavored sauce—and I love the light, crispy and chewy crust (yes, to me great pizza is all about the consistency of the crust!).

My whole family really loved this pizza, and it should be noted that neither of my kids nor my wife need to be gluten-free, yet each of them thought that this pizza was great!

For more info visit: www.freschetta.com

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Review written by Scott Adams.

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LauraTX
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20 Jul 2015 3:45:14 PM PST
This is my favorite GF pizza. I feed it to gluten eaters and they are fine with it, which I can't say with any other frozen GF pizza.

 
Nancy
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21 Jul 2015 8:57:34 AM PST
I agree with the author, as I think this is the best GF frozen pizza available. They also make it as a cheese only pizza.

 
Angela
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25 Jul 2015 4:02:00 AM PST
Hands down this pizza beats out ALL other frozen pizzas in the stores today. It was hard for my 10 year-old son to find a pizza that actually had a decent taste and now we have one. He loves it and so do both his father and I. Thank you.

 
Mom23guys
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28 Sep 2015 7:13:56 AM PST
The only problem now is it seems to have run its course in the stores. It's been removed from 2 of the 3 chains in my area. I guess there just aren't enough GF folks to justify the shelf space. Kinda bummed.




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