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Amy’s Cheeseless Pizza

Posted by tinako on January 31, 2010

We brought dinner to my folks’ house again, and my frozen entree this time was Amy’s Roasted Vegetable Pizza.  It was good.  It didn’t look like the picture, in that the vegetables were much smaller, just little shreds, but there were plenty and they were good.  I cooked it right on the oven rack and the crust was very good.  Overall I’d say it was better than the Kashi cheeseless pizza.

The only thing I wasn’t thrilled about was the sauce.  It was brown and very sweet.  If I knew what it was, it probably wouldn’t have weirded me out, but I don’t see any explanation on the package, and it looked and tasted like a brown sugar sauce.  It wasn’t terrible, just strange.

At $6.99 it’s pretty expensive, but it’s also 3 times as much food as those $3.49 entrees I’ve been buying.  I ate it all myself, but I’m stuffed and I think I’d be better off buying less food.

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