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If there’s one convenience food in the world I could only eat forever, it would be pizza! Gluten free, of course! I usually have one or two in the freezer, ready to throw in the oven at the end of the week, and every time, I choose something different. One gluten free pizza brand that I’ve tried before is Schar, and their Bonta d’Italia range. They do mini pizzas, regular sized ones, and they are good enough to make them lactose free too!
Although I’m not lactose free, I appreciate that it’s JUST lactose free and not completely dairy free/vegan cheese that they use. It’s nice for those who are lactose intolerant to enjoy proper cheese on their pizza! I find that not many brands do a lactose free cheese topping without being 100% vegan, and that’s what I like about Schar.
Recently, they have updated their recipe and made changes to their range of regular sized pizzas. Those changes being, more topping, and a richer topping too. So I thought that I would give them a go.
The pizzas they have updated are their Pizza Margherita, Pizza Salame, and Pizza Prosciutto and Funghi. These are available in Morrisons, Asda, and Sainsbury’s, but only certain ones are available in selected stores, so feel free to check the product guide HERE. The new pizzas have a bright blue strip across the top of the box to let you know that it’s the new recipe.
I managed to get my hands on two pizzas, (they were sold out for weeks before I could get a chance to buy them) and they were the Margherita, and Prosciutto and Funghi.
Margherita is a staple in my house, because I like adding extra toppings to it. I didn’t get a photo of this one, but all you need to know is, this doesn’t need any extra cheese adding to it at all. I normally have to add extra cheese to most frozen pizzas, because I feel like there’s never enough. But not with this bad boy. The Prosciutto and Funghi one was great also, especially with me, a fussy eater, who doesn’t like mushrooms.
The base to these pizzas is a nice thin and crispy one. I think they have made the crust a little smaller, and this has improved it slightly, making it look like there’s more topping, and making it less likely to go soggy. I’m not fussed about it being a tiny bit smaller, it still was just as enjoyable.
I really like how these pizzas don’t take long to cook at all, and are just as good as any gluten free pizza that you would get in a restaurant with a wood-fired oven, or order online. Now that a certain pizza delivery chain have made catering for coeliacs super difficult lately, I would urge all of you guys reading to stick a Schar frozen pizza in the oven instead.
For more information on Schar and their products, visit their website.
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