This post was brought to you by Walmart and Udi’s on behalf of Sverve. All opinions are my own.
While we mostly eat food made from scratch, one of our guilty pleasures are frozen pizzas. We have tried a lot of different specialty diet pizzas but our favorite, by far, has been the Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza. When I went to the gluten free event at Walmart a few weeks ago, I picked up a few and got my “Juiced Up” frozen pizza plan together.
My husband and I love eating pizza but have trouble finding gluten free pizzas that we like from the local pizza chains. Luckily, for us the Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza is a great base. We love it all by itself, but there are simple ways to add to it and make it taste just like traditional pizzas.
First, we gather the appropriate ingredients. I like to add blue cheese crumbles and red onion slices. Mr. B usually asks me to add crushed red pepper and sliced mushrooms but… since I made this pizza for me it was just a blue cheese/red onion combo kind of day.
The key to “Juicing Up” your pizza is not to overload it with extra ingredients. You want to add no more than 1 cup of ingredients total to a pizza the size of the Udi’s. I really recommend less, but I know some people are fans of the garbage pizza. It’s also very important to spread the extras out evenly.
When cooking the pizza this way, follow the cooking time on the package (in this case 12 minutes) and watch closely towards the end. You may need to add an extra minute or two but you want the extra ingredients to cook, not the pizza to burn. After its cooked, you don’t need to do anything extra. Just eat and enjoy!
We really love the Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza and only ended up “Juicing Up” one of the pizzas I bought. If you want to see all of the different gluten free options that Walmart carries, including other Udi’s products, check out their website.
This post was brought to you by Walmart on behalf of Sverve. All opinions are my own!
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