Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Food Review: Daiya Supreme Pizza

A former Hawaii vlogger I watch went vegan a few years ago.  Her hubby decided to join her and is a little less strict than she is because she has a lot of things that will trigger acne and other symptoms for her.  We saw him eat the "meat" version of this brand and decided based on how much he loved it (and a sale going on) to give it a try.

Here's a peek at the nutritional info.  I was glad to see they used the Beyond Meat Italian Crumbles that we have had and liked.

Here's what it looks like frozen out of the box.

I cooked it for the suggested time and wasn't sure if faux cheese would melt or even look appetizing.  We were happy to see it looked pretty darn good.

We split the pizza (it's not very big) and you can see there's a bit of melt in the cut pieces.  It's not super stringy like real cheese but better than we thought it would be.

But how does it taste?

We went in with zero expectations, and I even had another freezer meal ready to roll in case this one tanked.  I'm happy to report it was really good.  The Mr said he couldn't tell it was faux cheese and meat on there.  I could tell it wasn't "regular" pizza, but it wasn't bad.  If we wanted pizza on a weeknight or even if we were trying to be better on the weekend, I could see getting this and being satisfied.  We definitely think we'll get this again, but for me, I need it to be on sale.  It's good, but it's not $9-10 good.  I know, I'm cheap.  We got this for $7, and that's a little better.  I paired it with a salad, and it was the perfect dinner.  I never keep a frozen pizza in the house, but if we get a hankerin' and want to be healthier about it, I'll be more than happy to fire up the oven for this again.

Have you had Daiya's frozen pizza before?

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  1. Yeah I have to say I was impressed and I'm definitely willing to get it again at the right price. It satisfies that pizza craving without making you feel guilty about the grease and calories of a "real" pizza.

  2. I haven't tried this brand, but for gluten free and vegan it sure looks good. I try to keep a pizza from a take and bake place in the oven for those pizza craving nights. They are so much better than my local pizza places, but I have to plan ahead and pick one up while I'm out of town for other things.

  3. I don't recall ever seeing this brand, so I'll have to take a look at our grocery stores. We have one store that carries a lot of local businesses frozen pizzas and they have a huge line of vegan food, so I'll have to take a better look next week to see if they sell it.


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