- INGREDIENTS: Wheat starch without gluten (gluten-free), mozzarella without lactose (lactose-free) (22%) (milk, salt, lactic ferments, rennet) lactose <0.1g / 100g, tomatoes (19.6%) (seeds -concentrated tomato, diced tomato), water, sunflower oil, dextrose, corn flour, sugar, salt, yeast, vegetable fiber (Plantago ovata), stabilizers (guar gum, hydroxy-propyl-methyl cellulose, mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), oregano, garlic, spices.
LACTOSE (lactose <0.1g / 100g). The product contains glucose and galactose as a result of the splitting of lactose.
- BAKING INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 220 ° C approximately. Remove the pizza envelope, bake on the grid at mid height and let it cook for 11-12 minutes until the mozzarella melts.
- NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 821 Kcal (360g)
- BRAND WEBSITE: Official Website
- COUNTRY: Italy
- 5 FACTORS OF AWESOMESAUCE PIZZA:
1) Baking and Appearance: 6/10
This pizza doesn’t look very yummy.
To be honest it doesn’t look like pizza to me 😦
However the baking instruction are clear and if you read them carefully your pizza will be ready and perfectly cooked in about 11 minutes.
2) Dough: 6/10
The dough is tasteless.
I’m not celiac so I’m not an expert of gluten free dough; however here you can clearly taste the lack of something.
My suggestion is to use other kinds of flour because this pizza kinda lacks of its soul.
Finally this dough is equally thick both in the center and the border and the crust is not even crunchy.
Anyway I’m giving it the passing grade because dealing with gluten free flour is probably not easy.
3) Toppings: 5/10
They are the most disappointed thing of this pizza.
Here the problems:
- They put oregano (???)
- They put way too much oregano. It’s basically the main topping of this pizza together with the little pieces of tomatoes.
- They put garlic (???)
- The little pieces of tomatoes are not a bad idea because they can add a little bit of flavor but they are too much and together with oregano it looks like a “soffritto pizza” -.-
- The lactose free mozzarella is tasteless. It’s like plastic. I would put another kind of cheese at this point. The vegan one tastes even better than this.
As for the quantity of the ingredients I think that their amount is kinda fair instead.
However I’m glad that someone takes care of lactose intolerant people
3) Value: 6/10
The original price of this pizza is 3,99€ and I think it’s crazy. I mean I know this is a special pizza that takes care of people with celiac disease and lactose intolerance.
However I’m pretty sure that oregano tomatoes and lactose free mozzarella are pretty cheap. The gluten-free flour is probably a bit expensive but this is not enough to charge almost 4€ for a frozen margherita.
5) Side Effects: 9/10
After a few hours I felt very very thirsty. Since, as I said before, the everything was pretty tasteless I think that it happened because of the additional salt added as a topping or in the dough. However I didn’t experience any bloating 🙂
- OVERALL RATING: 6.4/10 (soul-less pizza!)
- BEVERAGE SUGGESTION: Cidre et Pêche