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Gluten-Free Pizza Crust for the Epically Lazy.

[Insert whole paragraph about how I hate to cook/am bad at cooking/have no interest in cooking/would rather paint the deck.]

I don’t normally do anything resembling a “food review” because that’s not my bag (baby).  But I’m lazy when it comes to preparing food, so if I stumble across something that makes being a lazy chef even easier, well then hot diggity damn I am going to post about it.

BEHOLD!!  It’s a generic, “Acme Pizza” looking box, but the contents are wonderful.  This is gluten-free pizza crust and it’s legitimately delicious.  Kinnikinnick, your tagline is accurate.

I can’t say the name of it out loud without feeling like I’m casting a spell, but this pizza crust is worth writing about because it crisps up nicely, is thick enough to hold a pile of toppings, and when you bite into it, you don’t wish it was something else.  Birdy and I have experimented with several gluten-free dough options (not because of celiac, but due to preference) and this Kinnikinnick pre-made pizza crust has been the best one we’ve found so far.

“This pizza is good, Mom!”

I agreed.

[This is not an advertisement, or a sponsored post.  This post is the result of going to Whole Foods, spending eight billion dollars, and for once not regretting it.  Again, friends share.  So I’m sharing.  🙂 ]

9 Comments Post a comment
  1. Yum. Also, if I come cook for you, will you come paint my deck?

    08/15/14; 12:44 pm
  2. I haven’t tried that one but of the gf breads I tried I liked that brand best! We went gf for January to try it out. We liked Schar brand pizza crusts. 2 crusts in a box, I bought them at a Bargains grocery store in town (think dented and some out of date) for $1.50. Total score, I ate it and thought if you didn’t tell me it was gf I wouldn’t have known. 🙂

    08/15/14; 12:51 pm
  3. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Like you, so far I have been disappointed with every gluten free pizza dough that I have tried, and I miss pizza. I will definitely try this if it sells online or in the south. Thank you!

    08/15/14; 4:48 pm
  4. Carol #

    Yum! I am GF by choice and am so appreciate your sharing this find 🙂 I will ask the WF near me if they can stock this – I didn’t see it today when I was there. Looks so good.

    08/15/14; 7:18 pm
  5. Heather L #

    Hey! Local shoutout! I’m from/live in Edmonton where this company originated. Nice of you to review this product of theirs. Love your blog, thanks! (My 5 yr old is recently Dexcom-ing, in part thanks to your blog info.)

    08/15/14; 7:55 pm
  6. Christine Curry #

    You may not care to cook but I appreciate your product suggestions. I tried trader joe turkey meatballs because of your endorsement and they are great. I will have to try this pizza crust. Not celiac either. Thanks for the food product review.

    08/15/14; 10:26 pm
  7. How do the carbs compare to standard pizza dough? Any benefits in that arena – if so, this could be a great reason for me to start eating pizza again:)

    08/16/14; 8:44 pm
  8. Gluten Free Pizza #

    Pretty picture! Thanks for sharing recipe for gluten free pizza.These tips are really amazing. I appreciate it for sharing them…..
    Thank you so much for sharing..

    11/9/14; 11:34 pm

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