In honor of Pi Day . . . we're going to do a throwback of some different pies that have been featured here on the blog!
If you want to see more Pizza Pie's that have been featured here on the blog . . . check out these posts!!
Happy Pi Day y'all!!
So, I previewed today's blog topic in my post yesterday. But . . . just in case you missed it . . . I'm talking about Papa Murphy's Gluten Free Pizza! Let's get right to it!
If you're not familiar with Papa Murphy's, it is a pizza chain that creates a pie to your specifications at the store so you can take it home and bake it. Depending on your kitchen set up, this opportunity can help you to keep your pizza from cross-contamination while baking.
Now, about the pizza . . . the crust is an Udi's pizza crust. Like all Papa Murphy's pizzas, your customizable pizza pie is put in its own personal baking tray to run down the line of fresh, delicious toppings before being wrapped in plastic and handed to you. From what I've seen, the gluten free crusts are stored separately from the glutinous ones, and the employees have always changed gloves before handling my pizza. As with all restaurants and stores serving both glutinous and gluten free pizza, there is a risk of cross contamination. However, I'm very impressed with Papa Murphy's safety procedures, and I have yet to encounter any issues from eating their pizza.
Onto the flavor! I firmly believe a good pizza is only as good as the combination of toppings. Luckily enough, we've stumbled upon quite a few delicious topping combinations! You see, Papa Murphy's has a plethora of fantastic options to mix and match until your heart is content. We tend to stick to veggie pizzas for the most part. If you'd like an idea or two for veggie pizza `a la Livie's Gone Gluten Free . . . then you're in luck today! Here are a couple of them:
Banana Peppers, Sun Dried Tomatoes, and Bell Peppers
Zucchini, Spinach, and Sun Dried Tomatoes!
Papa Murphy's allergen information is listed here, if you'd like to check and see if the toppings of your choice are Gluten Free! :)
Overall, I think Papa Murphy's does an awesome job of keeping their gluten free pizza safe!
Have any of y'all tried it? Let me know if you have in the comments! I always love hearing from y'all. :D
Have a great evening!!
Okay y'all, Papa Murphy's has gluten free pizza. And, though it's not the best on the cross contamination front, I'd say it's safe for people with a Gluten Intolerance. Though there's a more in depth review coming . . . I thought I'd show y'all the pizza we got last night:
It's on an Udi's Crust with spinach, zucchini, and sun dried tomatoes; and it was DELICIOUS.
Have y'all tried Papa Murphy's Gluten Free? Let me know if you have in the comments!!
Hope y'all have a Marvelous Monday!!
While browsing through Target yesterday (cause what's a day without Target, right?)
I stumbled upon these adorably cute Mini Freschetta Gluten Free Pizzas!
These would be perfect if you needed to bring a Gluten Free option at a Pizza Party, or a lunch, even just dinner for one.
Regardless of the way you use them, these are adorable.
If you want more information about Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza, than check out their website here.
Happy Mini Pizza Eating Y'all!
Have an awesome day!
As y'all know, I love Aldi's Gluten Free product line. So, I figured I'd do a review on another one of their products. :)
Today, I'll be reviewing the Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix!
We'll do this review based on Three categories! Price, Yield, and Taste.
Let's dive straight into our review, shall we?
Price: One of the cheapest mixes on the market at $2.99 for 16.5 ounces compared to a couple other brands at $4.27 for 16 ounces, and $17.39 for 18 ounces.
Yield: The package states it will make 2 10-inch pizza crusts, but we typically use it in a rectangular jelly roll pan, meaning I cannot accurately attest to whether or not it yields the amount claimed. This seems to be a bit more than some crust mixes: this one for example. I think it's about average overall though.
Taste: The Aldi mix is awesome! We've liked it regardless of our choice of toppings. I'd give it 9/10 stars, simply because it isn't the best at rising, making it a little less fluffy than regular pizza crust.
Overall: I think for the price, the Aldi pizza crust mix is UNBEATABLE! It is simple to make. It's far cheaper than other comparable mixes for around the same amount. I'd definitely recommend it, and think y'all should give it a try! Just one tip: Make sure you have some other gluten free flour to put on your hands to spread that crust on your pan. Could be a toughie if your hands are not prepared! Assuming you're making pizza soon. ;)
Here's a look at one of the pizzas we've made with it:
Pretty, huh? And, let's face it, homemade pizza is a THOUSAND times better than pizza from a box in the freezer section!
I hope y'all found this review helpful!
Tell me in the comments below what your favorite kind of pizza is! I think it's fun to hear how creative others get with their pizza. What is the most unusual topping you or someone you know has put on a pizza?
As always, all opinions expressed in this post are ENTIRELY my own. Aldi has NO clue I exist.
I hope y'all have a Terrific Tuesday and that you'll come right on back tomorrow for a new post!
I'm a sinner saved by grace, a lover of color, a sweet tea drinker, an animal lover, a crafter, a traveler, a Maltipoo owner, an advocate of orphan care, a yoga lover, and that white girl in the back of a Zumba class with no rhythm. Haha. Oh, and my body hates gluten.