Amy’s makes quite a few vegan frozen pizzas, but did you know they also offer pizza appetizers in the freezer section? Amy’s vegan pizza snacks include little pizza pockets. They’re perfect for watching the big game or a favorite show, after school munchies, and casual gatherings.
Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks Score Big Points for Convenience
All Amy’s products are vegetarian and egg-free, but many do contain dairy. And that includes their frozen pizza snacks. But these varieties are dairy-free, vegan, and ready to heat and devour. Be sure to leave your rating and review below once you try either of these frozen appetizers!
Vegan Cheeze Pizza Snacks
Ingredients: organic unbleached wheat flour, organic tomato purée, organic vegan mozzarella-style cheeze (filtered water, organic potato starch, organic coconut oil, sea salt, organic ground sunflower kernels, natural flavoring, organic fruit and vegetable concentrate [organic carrot, organic pumpkin and organic apple]), filtered water, extra virgin olive oil, organic cane sugar, organic red onions, sea salt, yeast, organic agave syrup, spices, organic garlic, black pepper. Contains wheat. Includes sunflower seeds.*
Nutrition (per 6 pieces / 1/2 package): 190 calories, 8g fat, 26g carbs, 1g fiber, 2g sugars (includes 1g added sugars), 4g protein.*
Discontinued Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks
Unfortunately, the Vegan Margherita Swirls – like pizza rolls – were discontinued.
Additional Allergen Information*
Amy’s shares the following on top allergens in their facilities and their protocols:
A wide range of activities and cross-checks are completed to ensure that cross-contamination and/or inadvertent use of the wrong ingredient does not occur in our facilities.
At Amy’s we take every precaution to ensure that cross-contamination of ingredients does not occur in our production facility, but we want you to know that this product was produced in a plant that processes foods containing wheat, milk, soy, tree nuts and seeds. Amy’s Kitchen does not use any peanuts, fish, shellfish or eggs.
More Facts on Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks
Price: $3.99 per 6 to 7.3-ounce box
Availability: Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks are sold in the freezer section of major grocers in the U.S., like Walmart, Target, Natural Grocers, Kroger stores, and Whole Foods. They are also sold in many independent natural food stores.
Certifications: Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks are Certified Vegan and Certified Kosher DE (for dairy equipment, not ingredients; see our Understanding Kosher Guide).
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Amy’s Vegan Pizza Snacks are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian..*
For More Product Information: Visit the Amy’s website at amys.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
Get them. So so so good. I dip them in Buffalo sauce and vegan ranch. 10/10
Amy's Frozen Pizza Snacks suck
I’ve tried them three times. The microwave, the oven, and tonight–the oven again. I eventually turned them into “ravioli” with vegan pasta sauce on top, along with some vegan cheese, if only to smother the gushy unflavored pasty wedges into something palatable. I even added some garlic, Italian seasoning, and fennel seed so I could fake it. These are the worst vegan substitutes for something “pizza,” that I’ve ever known. I had to trash the last half. I gave up. I really tried.
I was skeptical but really miss pizza. Love having these pizza bites on hand during a snowstorm sooo good. And perfect comfort food.
These are great and so fast to fix. This is something I have missed eating since I developed a milk allergy. Granted it has been a long time since I have had the real thing, but they sure taste like the flavor I remember as a child with real cheese. I guess I am not the only one that likes them. They seem to fly off the shelf here.