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As mst of you know by now, I recently became gluten free. Some of you thought that being gluten free meant saying goodbye to carbs but that is not true.
Why did I become gluten free? For many reasons. I heard that removing gluten from your diet is good for clearning out your skin, losing weight, regaining energy and most importantly good for your G.I tract. A lot of celebrities have removed gluten for their diets such as Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, Madonna etc. but everyone has their own personal reason why they chose to be gluten free. Have I noticed a difference? Believe it or not I have. I have a little bit more energy now, I no longer get tummy aches and my anxiety is starting to reduce.
During our bi weekly grocery run, I decided to check out the gluten free frozen food section at Wincos. To my surprise they actually had quite variety of Gf wheat aternative products such as hot dog buns, hamburger buns, bread, etc. But what I was mainly interested in was their Pizza crust. Pizza has been the toughest thing for me to give up, because let`s be honest, can one actually give up pizza? Never. Although Gf pizza may not be as fullfilling and delicious as regular pizza, its much healthier and better for your G.I tract.
Udi`s GF pizza crust comes in a pack of two, each of them being large enough for 1-2 persons. The pack of two costs about $5 which is not bad at all because the reviews are actually pretty good. I made my own marinara sauce using italia diced tomatoes and tomatoe paste as well as other herbs and spices and topped both crusts with it.
Then I added some shredded mozerella cheese, pepperoni, baby spanich, bell peppers, Jalapeno peppers, green onions and cooked chicken breast. Then placed it in the oven for about 15 minutes.
It was actually really really good. I am a big fan of thin crust pizza anyways so this wasn`t a big change for me. Hubby really liked it too!
Serve this with a nice salad and call it a meal!
Have you ever tried Udi`s GF products before?