Amy’s Gluten Free Cheese Pizza

Amy’s Gluten Free Cheese Pizza
Price:
7.00

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Rating:
2.5
On June 19, 2013
Last modified:July 20, 2013

Summary:

Not great. The crust is crumbly the sauce and cheese are bland. Over all not much flavor even when doctored up.

 

Amy’s Gluten Free Cheese Pizza with Rice Crust

Amy’s Kitchen products can be found in almost any supermarket in America, but they make so many products you certainly won’t find them all. Amy’s has over a hundred gluten free products, and I plan on trying quite a few.

 

It’s a Crust Thing

Pizza dough is made with high gluten flours; this gives the crust its ability to hold together even when stretched very thin. This pizza uses rice flour instead of wheat and as I expected it tasted nothing like a good doughy pizza crust. The crust is thin and I thought when it cooked it would hard like a cracker, but after cooking it was still soft. In the mouth it was crumbly and had a gritty texture like cornstarch.

The sauce and cheese is very bland. I doctored up half the pizza with some provolone and parmesan cheese but the pizza was still pretty boring.

When I tasted this pizza I thought it’s not great but I’d buy it again, but I’ve been shopping many times since and have never been moved to pick it up.  They do make a pizza with spinach and I will give that a try if I see it.

Not great. The crust is crumbly the sauce and cheese are bland. Over all not much flavor even when doctored up.
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