Nece's Gluten Free Bistro & Pantry

For the Pizza Lover

Sharque StarrComment

The verdict is in...


Over the 9 years that I have been gluten free, I've tried a lot of different pizzas and pizza crusts.  From Udi's to other names that are just making a splash on the market.  People have asked me what's my favorite pizza to buy at the supermarket.

And the verdict is.......

Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza.

The sauce is great, not overly spiced or too much, great portion of pepperoni and cheese.  My only hangup is that it costs about $10 for a medium pizza that I have a hard time not eating all at once.  But man is it good!


A little tip for crispy crusts...

The package states to cook it for 15 minutes, but I don't like my crusts to be cracker crispy.  Maybe a little crunch around the edges but still chewy.  So I'm going to share my little secret. 

After baking in the oven for 12 minutes at 420 degrees Fahrenheit, I slide my pizza off the baking sheet and back onto the cardboard circle it came on.  IT IS NOTSAFE TO BAKE THE CARDBOARD IN THE OVEN!  Just a quick one, two, slide onto the cardboard and it makes the pizza easier to cut and gives it that extra crispiness I love!!!


So there you have it....GOOD TO THE LAST BITE!!

You can find it at your local grocer in the refrigerated section, or wherever frozen gluten free products are located.




It is by far the best pizza I have found in the stores and although they only come in cheese and pepperoni, that it fine with me.  Put a little salad on the side or if you're feeling daring add a few more toppings(like black olives, green peppers, or even more cheese).  Either way, you will be very pleased with the results and may find yourself looking for a little more once it's gone!!