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!”
[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. ]