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Glutino Frozen Cheese Duo Pizza

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We finally tried the Glutino brand pizzas - just a 9" pizza with cheese and sauce, frozen - baked as directed directly on the rack and then under the broiler and they're DELICIOUS. You could probably add veggies or pepperoni if you liked but it's the texture that's exactly like a regular (good quality) frozen pizza.

A little pricey but good enough to make me buy more.

fwiw

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Glad to hear this, I have seen these in stores and haven't tried it because I was disappointed by Amy's. I really enjoy The grainless bakers pizza. I am going to pick up one of these next time I see it. Thanks for the info.


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I thought they were ok. I like the Foods by George ones better. I haven't tried the Grainless Baker ones but I would bet they are good.

To be honest before becoming gluten-free, I had never had a frozen pizza, so in all honesty I don't think any of them are spectacular but it works for a quick lunch at times.


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I thought they were ok. I like the Foods by George ones better. I haven't tried the Grainless Baker ones but I would bet they are good.

To be honest before becoming gluten-free, I had never had a frozen pizza, so in all honesty I don't think any of them are spectacular but it works for a quick lunch at times.

I have to agree with you on that, I never had frozen pizza before either, I was not a fan. Now though I can crave for it. Strange...craving something you never really had.


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My son really likes the duo with spinach and feta. I think too, that Georges pizzas are better, but they are usually more expensive and I just make them anyway.. I like mine best! hehehe..


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Good to hear that the Cheese Duo Glutino pizza is good. I really liked the Spinach and Feta one, even though it was very rich (at least to me). Trying the Cheese one is definately on my list of foods to pick up.

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I am making the duo cheese pizza tonight for supper. I can't wait to try it. They were on sale at a health food store I popped into for $3.19. I figured that wasn't too bad , so I bought it. I am baking it as I type. Hope it's as good as you all say!! ;)

-Jessica :rolleyes:


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Dear Mamatide:

I agree with you 100 percent! Glutino pizza is the best, not to mention the cheapest. Most gluten-free pizzas are expensive, Glutino small personal duo cheese pizza is only $3.99 at the Good Food Company. I always add more cheese, sauce and some pepperoni and it is wonderful!

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I am making the duo cheese pizza tonight for supper. I can't wait to try it. They were on sale at a health food store I popped into for $3.19. I figured that wasn't too bad , so I bought it. I am baking it as I type. Hope it's as good as you all say!! ;)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

I thought the pizza was "OK". It wasn't the best I have had and it wasn't the worst I have had. Needs more sauce and more cheese. I did add my own peperoni. I would buy it again if it was on sale. However, probably wouldn't pay the 4.50 they were wanting when it wasn't on sale.

-Jessica :rolleyes:


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We finally tried the Glutino brand pizzas - just a 9" pizza with cheese and sauce, frozen - baked as directed directly on the rack and then under the broiler and they're DELICIOUS. You could probably add veggies or pepperoni if you liked but it's the texture that's exactly like a regular (good quality) frozen pizza.

A little pricey but good enough to make me buy more.

fwiw

Did you find those Glutino pizzas at Whole Foods or online?


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My son really likes the duo with spinach and feta. I think too, that Georges pizzas are better, but they are usually more expensive and I just make them anyway.. I like mine best! hehehe..

oh, is the spinach feta one good? I have one sitting in my freezer and I'm pretty nervous to try it, because the amy's pizzas taste like a giant rice cracker lol. Is it better than the amys?


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Have any of you tried the Kinnikinnik pizza crust shells? They're pretty good. They are relatively thick (compared to the other brands) and stay crisp on the outside and soft in the middle. Even though it takes a few more minutes to add my own toppings, it makes for a pretty tasty alternative. Not to mention, I get a pack of 4 crusts for the price of one pre-made pizza ;)


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Have any of you tried the Kinnikinnik pizza crust shells? They're pretty good. They are relatively thick (compared to the other brands) and stay crisp on the outside and soft in the middle. Even though it takes a few more minutes to add my own toppings, it makes for a pretty tasty alternative. Not to mention, I get a pack of 4 crusts for the price of one pre-made pizza ;)

i love them, but only work when it's just me having pizza! But they sort of taste like ellio's pizza if anyone is from the north and knows those!


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for the love of gluten-free rice krispies, can we all as a group realize that "celiacs" only refers to a group of people with celiac disease. it is not "celiacs or celiac's disease". it drives me nutso!

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I also really like the spinach and feta pizza, the crust was pretty tasty and had good flavor. Also, who couldnt use the extra serving of veggies especially spinach with all the vitamins.

Question: Does anyone know if there is a way to make these in the microwave? I would love to bring one to work once in awhile.

Thanks!

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I tried the Glutino Duo Cheese Pizza last week and was so happy to have a pizza that tasted closer to the real thing than other Gluten Free Pizza's. I purchased the spinach and feta to try this week and I have to say I am really disappointed. It tastes just like the yucky rice crust pizza from Amy's. I'm going to stay with the Duo cheese!

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I tried the Glutino Duo Cheese Pizza last week and was so happy to have a pizza that tasted closer to the real thing than other Gluten Free Pizza's. I purchased the spinach and feta to try this week and I have to say I am really disappointed. It tastes just like the yucky rice crust pizza from Amy's. I'm going to stay with the Duo cheese!

The first time I tried it, I wasn't so impressed w/ the spinach and feta either, but I had bought a few, so I spruced it up a bit. I added some tomato sauce, hamburger, canadian bacon, and tomatoes to the top, and ended up really enjoying it. I can't eat them any more (DF), but I do sometimes crave that one.


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My son LOVES the Glutino frozen pizza's.

I tasted the one I bought for him and he thought it was pretty good as far as gluten-free goes.

I have also used the Glutino gluten-free pizza crusts. The only downside to that is that you need to make sure to put the topping on the right side or they bowl the wrong way and the toppings slide off. LOL

My son liked the Amys gluten-free frozen pizza too but that was nearly $8. Bah!

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