Udi’s Three Cheese Pizza Review

Udi's Three Cheese Pizza

While pizza has long been a staple of frozen food lineups, it can be tricky for anyone trying to avoid gluten. Thankfully, Udi’s provides gluten-free frozen pizzas, including the vegetarian-friendly Three Cheese Pizza. Of course we had to try it!

And we weren’t disappointed.

We’d probably compare this to, say, a pizza you’d order late at night at a bar. The crust is thin and a little crispy, and it comes coated in a very thin layer of sauce and some cheese on top. It’s a pretty simple meal.

Udi's Three Cheese Pizza

It tastes alright — along the lines of, say, a┬áJack’s frozen pizza — but it leaves a strange lingering aftertaste that we can’t quite place. It wasn’t enough to ruin this frozen meal, but it’s noticeable enough that it’s worth pointing out.

The suggested serving size is a half pizza, but we won’t blame you if you go ahead and eat the whole thing. Be warned, though, a full pizza adds up to 720 calories (220 from fat), so you’ll probably not want to make a habit of it.

Udi’s Three Cheese Pizza is a pretty decent frozen pizza that’s safe for those who need to avoid gluten.

If you want to know more about the nutrition info and ingredients, you can check out our package scan below.

Udi's Three Cheese Pizza