At last check, Amy’s Frozen Pizzas came in two wheat-based, vegan varieties. they include their classic No Cheese Roasted Vegetable Pizza and the newer Vegan Margherita with Organic Vegan Cheeze, Tomatoes, and Basil.
Tasting Notes for Amy’s Frozen Pizzas
My friend VeggieGirl was kind enough to review the Roasted Vegetable variety. We haven’t tried the Margherita yet, but please do comment if you have!
I have always wanted to try the Amy’s Roasted Vegetable Pizza, but I never purchased it because of its too large for my one person household. So when Amy’s introduced their new line of single-serve pizzas I practically jumped for joy. Without a moment of hesitation, I grabbed the single-serving pizza from the freezer case, before anyone else could get his or her hands on the goods (ha).
When I took the pizza out of the box, it looked pretty similar to the picture on the box – it was LOADED with roasted red peppers, mushrooms, sweet onions and marinated artichoke hearts. While the pizza was cooking up in my toaster oven (takes about 7 minutes to cook), I decided that the pizza looked a little “naked” to me, despite the numerous veggies that I mentioned above. So once the pizza was done, I garnished it with cooked tempeh “bacon” and broccoli. The aroma of the pizza was simply divine – I could not WAIT to take a bite!
Everything from the crisp (yet slightly chewy) crust to the sweet and savory vegetables and olive oil-based sauce was delicious. I also enjoyed the nice contrast and added color that the smoky tempeh “bacon” and fresh broccoli contributed to this sweet and savory-tasting pizza. I found that the single-serving size was not only extremely convenient, but sufficient for lunch as well. I was completely satisfied after eating this pizza.
The Facts on Amy’s Frozen Pizzas
Certifications: The vegan varieties of Amy’s Frozen Pizzas are Certified Vegan.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, the vegan, wheat-based varieties of Amy’s Frozen Pizzas are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan / plant-based, and vegetarian. Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.
For More Product Information: Visit the Amy’s website at www.amys.com