Sabatasso’s NEW Thin and Crispy Gluten Free Pizza Review
I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.
There was a time when I was younger that I would have lived on pizza if I could. I mean what’s not to like about it? Now that I’m an adult with children of my own, we still enjoy pizza often though not every day as I said I would do when I was a kid! Popping a frozen pizza into the oven for supper is perfect for those busy nights where you don’t feeling making a big meal and it’s always a hit. I usually have to cook two pizza since everyone wants seconds (or thirds).
If you live near a Costco, you need to try Sabatasso’s New Thin and Crispy Gluten Free Pizza! It’s a brand I hadn’t heard of before. So much for thinking I knew my pizza right? I’m glad I have a freezer stocked full with this pizza because it’s absolutely delicious!
Sabatasso’s Thin and Crispy Gluten Free Pizza is certified by the Canadian Celiac Association Gluten-Free Certification Association. I followed a gluten free diet about 5 years ago when we were trying to figure out if changing my diet would impact my chronic pain levels. It didn’t so I stopped following it. What I remember about being on that diet though was how hard it was find food I actually liked the taste of. Everything in the gluten free frozen section just tasted a bit “off” to me. I wasn’t sure what to expect from Sabatasso’s Pizza., My initial pre-judgement was way off. I would have never known this was a gluten free product because it tastes amazing and there’s nothing “off” about this pizza at all. I wish this pizza would have been around when I was on my gluten-free diet.
I tried the cheese pizza which has a blend of different varieties of cheese including mozzarella, fontina, parmesan and Asiago. The tomato sauce is Sabatasso’s unique signature sauce that is full of flavour. If you wanted, you could add your own extra toppings at home, but were content eating it as is. It cooks for about 10 to 12 minutes in a 425°F oven. The crust is thin and crispy and cooked to perfection. I prefer thin crusts vs. thick doughy crusts.
Plus, there’s two pizzas in each box! I normally have to make two pizzas anyways so it’s cool that Sabatasso’s has two per package. Even if you only want to eat one, both pizzas are wrapped separately so you could just pop the one you aren’t making back into your freezer for a later date.
Sabatasso’s NEW Thin and Crispy Gluten Free Pizza was a hit in our home. Pick one up the next time you are at Costco and give it a try. We may just have to make a run to the city once our supply runs out!