Success! I found the Freschetta Gluten-Free Pizza I mentioned the other day in this post and made it for dinner last night for Jon. I checked the store locator to make sure the Kroger store I was planning on going to did indeed carry the line, as not all Kroger stores do. I needed to pick up some Lara ALT Bars as they have the best selection and are often 10 for $10. Freschetta makes two different varieties of gluten-free pizza, but the Kroger I went to only offered the 4 Cheese Medley variety. The pizza was $9.99 and was not included in the sale that did include the other Freschetta Pizza varieties.
The pizza is easy to cook…heat the oven to 450 degrees and place pizza on a baking sheet. It was done in roughly 10 minutes. The crust is thin, so it is important to keep a very close eye on the pizza so that it doesn’t burn. The instructions recommend taking it out once the cheese is melted and that is exactly what I did.
This pizza is full of flavor and the crust has a great texture. Jon made quick work of it and it was gone before I knew it. As far as size goes, the pizza box said there are 4 servings in the pizza. I would venture to say more like 2-3. I would absolutely buy this again!
Have you tried the new Freschetta Gluten-Free Pizza?