Amy’s Spinach Pizza Review

Amy's Spinach Pizza

It’s no secret that Amy’s Kitchen makes a killer pizza. While we’re pretty sure we’ve loved every one we’ve tried so far, we do have to say that the Mushroom & Olive Pizza has been our favorite for a while now. So when we realized that we still hadn’t tried Amy’s Spinach Pizza, we knew we had to get on that as soon as possible.

To be fair, we actually did try the Light in Sodium version of this pizza — in fact, we said: “If you’re in the market for a low-sodium pizza, you should pick up one of these pizzas as soon as you can!” — though that was a personal-sized pizza. Today’s pizza is the full-size Spinach Pizza, with all the sodium.

Amy’s pizzas don’t come with microwave instructions — not even the small ones — so obviously this will need to be cooked in the oven. If you use a cookie sheet or a pizza pan, you’ll want to cook for 13-15 minutes. Amy’s crust tends to get very crispy very quickly, so we actually took ours out a couple minutes early and it came out perfect.

Amy's Spinach Pizza

Amy’s pizza crust is consistently great, and the Spinach Pizza is no exception to this rule. The crust is fantastic — in fact, it tastes a bit like high-quality bread sticks. This is not one of those pizzas where you eat the middle and toss the crust — you’ll want to savor every last bite.

The combination of the sauce and the spinach — along with a sprinkling of garlic — will blow your mind. Seriously, this combo could be used in a pasta and you’d swear you were eating at an upscale Italian restaurant. The ingredients come together brilliantly, making this particular pizza especially crave-worthy.

Amy's Spinach Pizza

This pizza is not designed to be a single serving. This is for either a group of two to three people, or for one person to eat maybe half of and save the leftovers for another day. One serving size is 1/3 of a pizza — which we tend to dislike because the math gets tricky. We’ll go out on a limb and say that this is the perfect pizza for two people, so we did some math to get some of the nutrition facts straight.

The box’s recommended serving size contains 310 calories (110 from fat). This means the entire pizza has 930 (330 from fat), while our recommended portion (one half pizza) has 465 (155 from fat). As we mentioned before, this is not the low-sodium version of this meal, and 1/3 of the pizza contains 590 mg of sodium. That puts a full pizza at 1,770 mg, and a half at 885. That’s a pretty good amount of sodium, so if that’s a problem for you, you’ll definitely want to try the Light in Sodium Spinach Pizza instead.

Amy’s Spinach Pizza is a must-try. The back of the box claims that spinach pizza was a favorite of Amy’s father, so this pizza has big expectations to live up to — and it surpasses all of them. In fact, it’s possible that this might be our new favorite Amy’s pizza. If you’re on the fence about trying one of these, stop hesitating and go out and get one. This pizza is great!

To learn more about the ingredients and nutrition info in this frozen pizza, check out our package scan below.

Amy's Spinach Pizza