Udi’s Gluten Free Supreme Pizza Review

Udi's Gluten Free Supreme Pizza

“Eat well, smile often,” says the back of the box of Udi’s Supreme Pizza. The premise behind Udi’s meals is to make gluten-free food that still tastes great, which we definitely appreciate. Having a restricted diet can be pretty miserable, and finding something that lets you enjoy a meal you once thought you’d never get to eat again can be a welcome treat indeed.

While we can’t say that Udi’s meals taste great across the board, some of them are pretty fantastic. So when we picked up their gluten-free Supreme Pizza, we had high hopes that we’d be giving it an enthusiastic recommendation. Thankfully, this pizza didn’t let us down.

Unlike some frozen pizzas on the market, this comes without microwave instructions. That means you’ll be heating it in the oven, like we did. It’s a bit less convenient, but it also typically leads to a better-tasting pizza anyway.

Now, the trickiest part of this pizza is definitely the crust. This is where the whole gluten-free thing could really rear its ugly head. But fear not, for this crust is actually really good. It may not have the distinct crisp that many other thin-crust pizzas do, but its softness is actually appealing. It kind of reminds us of the rectangle pizzas we used to eat in school, or maybe even a bar pizza. It also tastes surprisingly good.

Udi's Gluten Free Supreme Pizza

As a supreme pizza, we’d expect it to be loaded up with toppings, and it certainly is. You’ll find pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, and onions.

The pepperoni is maybe a little too chewy in the center, but it gets crispy around the edges and has a good flavor. The sausage tastes incredible, though we’d have liked the pieces to be a little larger. The green peppers taste fresh, and the onions are really just there to add a little pizazz. We really don’t have any complaints, aside from the few things we already mentioned. And those are really just minor nitpicks.

Calories are a bit of a problem here. While you’d expect a two-serving pizza to be pretty large, this one definitely feels like a personal pizza. It’s larger than, say, DiGiorno’s personal pizzas, but its thin crust makes it much less filling as well. At 740 calories (280 from fat) per pizza, this definitely isn’t something you’ll want to be munching often. 1,320 mg of sodium is nothing to scoff at either.

Udi’s Supreme pizza is a real winner. We applaud Udi’s for crafting a very good pizza that even those avoiding gluten can eat. In fact, if you serve this to someone, they probably won’t even be able to tell it’s gluten-free unless you say so.

If you want to learn more about the nutrition and ingredients in this frozen pizza, look below to see our scan of the back of the box.

Udi's Gluten Free Supreme Pizza

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