Frozen supreme pizza (Real Good Foods)


This is a personal frozen supreme pizza from Real Good Foods. It's vegetables, Italian sausage, and pepperoni on a chicken and Parmesan crust. It's really low in carbs!



Here it is after removing the plastic wrap. It's sitting on its cardboard disc still.


I followed the recommended oven baking directions: Preheat the oven to 400°F and bake for 22 minutes on the cardboard, on a sheet pan. In this case, I used a pie pan since the pizza is small.


I then followed the instructions to crisp the crust in a pre-heated sauté pan with spray oil. That turned out to have been a good idea, because it was pretty wet and flexible before that.

It's also kind of greasy, presumably because of the sausage and pepperoni.

It's not a very large pizza, but it's high in protein and low in carbs so it was pretty filling, enough with a side salad.


The sauce had a good flavor, and while the crust wasn't a crisp and delicious as a regular crust, it was pretty good. I'd have it again. Which is a good thing, because I still have a bunch left.

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