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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Easy Vegan - Pizza, Part Two (Amy's Pizza Review)

I guess it kind of goes without saying that frozen pizza is a super-easy meal, and I was thrilled to discover this incredibly delicious vegan version. Granted, they aren't cheap - I think they are around $8 each at the natural foods store (and they aren't huge), but sometimes I've been able to catch them at the local Grocery Outlet for about half that.


Of course, I try to cook homemade, whole-foods meals as often as I possibly can, but there's definitely a time when frozen convenience foods can come in very handy (like now, when illness has been circulating through our entire family).


These pizzas are incredibly tasty all on their own, topped with just roasted, finely-chopped veggies, or if you're in the mood for something richer, try topping them with some vegan cheese.

5 comments:

Canadian Rockies Art - Nathalie Girard said...

I love Amy's products (well, the ones that do not contain any soy, given my food allergies).

They're a great back-up for those situations where we need something quick.

I don't know if you have tried Amy's California Vegan Burgers. I've been enjoying them for years and I really love them. They are quick to pan-fry (in just a wee bit of canola oil in a non-stick pan) and load up with tomatoes, lettuce and all your favorite toppings and you have a winner of meal. Very tasty :)

melissa bastian. said...

I totally love this pizza! It's so tasty that you don't eat it and go, hmm, I wish there was some Teese on here...

Marji said...

If you have a Trader Joe's, look for the Amy's pizza under their name. It's the exact same pizza (roasted vegetable, no cheese) but way cheaper.

Tamara said...

Ack! Why must you re-open old wounds??? We DON'T have a TJ's and I whine about it nearly every day!!!

Canadian Rockies Art - Nathalie Girard said...

I feel your pain T :(

We don't have TJ's up here in Calgary either and I so wish we did! Sigh....