This is not a sponsored post, but I did receive free Udi’s products to try.
A few months ago, a friend suggested I try Udi’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts.
I scoffed. “We cook from scratch,” I said. “I’ll find a good gluten-free pizza crust recipe eventually,” I said. “They’re too expensive,” I said.
We’ve tried a bunch of different gluten-free pizza crust from scratch recipes. We found a good one, but it wasn’t awesome. We couldn’t grill it, too crumbly. The cooked dough is a little too doughy. It doesn’t reheat very well.
Udi’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts caught my eye at the grocery store the other day, and I remembered my friend’s recommendation, thinking “It doesn’t hurt anything to try them.”
The idea of the pizza crusts was perfect – Joe could make a regular grilled pizza for himself and the girls and make me a separate gluten-free pizza without making a whole other pizza dough. I was also hoping he’d be able to throw my pizza on the grill since the crust was already made.
As you can see above, the pizza turned out beautifully.
That pizza tasted just as good as it looks. It was the best gluten-free pizza I’veÃ‚ ever eaten.Ã‚ Ever.
The only downside is that the crust is thin, and it isn’t as filling as our from scratch recipe.
I’ll happily trade filling for delicious, and I’m having Udi’s pizza crusts forever and ever, amen.
PS. Udi’s brownie bites are also amazing.
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