Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust Review and GF Kids Tips

Welcome back to Gluten Free Monday!  I hope you all had a nice break and are ready to make 2013 a great year!

Udi's Gluten Free Frozen Pizza Crust Review

To start the year, I’d like to tell you about a gluten free product I love.  During my Christmas break, Udi’s Frozen Gluten Free Pizza Crust saved me on a really busy day! (I’ve linked you to their non-frozen crust. It costs way to much to order frozen food from Amazon! Yikes!)

When my daughter (I call her Boo on this blog) was diagnosed with Celiac disease a few months ago, some of the best advice I was given was this:

Gluten Free Tip--Always have GF Pizza and Cupcakes in the Freezer! When you are invited to a party, you don't have to say no because you can't eat the food, and you always have something to send with your kids to a birthday party. #gluten#free#tip


Gluten Free Tip–Always have GF Pizza and Cupcakes in the Freezer!

That probably sounds funny if you don’t have an allergy, but I bet that all of you gluten-free eaters understand completely.  With pizza and cupcakes in the freezer, there is always something to grab when you are invited to a party or dinner and can’t be sure that the food will be gluten free.

If you have a gluten free kid, this is really important.  You’ll realize this the first time that a child in their class has a birthday.  What happens with every birthday?  They inevitably bring cookies, cupcakes, or donuts for the class–none of which your child can eat.  What happens at 80% of birthday parties?  There’s cake (and often pizza).  Again, your kid can’t eat it.

In December, I was caught off guard.  I was all out of homemade GF pizza, and I totally forgot that the church Christmas party that night was going to be a dinner.  On the way home from running errands, I grabbed a package of Udi’s Frozen Gluten Free Pizza Crust at the health food store.  Udi’s was my hero that night!

Udi's Gluten Free Frozen Pizza Crust Review #udi's#gluten-free

All I had to do was put the crust on a cookie sheet, add some sauce and toppings, and pop it in the oven.  In seven minutes, I had yummy, hot pizza to take to the Christmas party.  The crust was light and tasty, and Boo loved it.  (I did, too.)  With the salad from the party and a cupcake I pulled from the freezer, Boo had a complete meal and didn’t feel deprived at the party.

(Product photo from UdisGlutenFree.com)

Udi’s crusts come in packages of two, and can be frozen for up to six months.  I definitely plan to keep some on hand!

When I was checking out UdisGlutenFree.com tonight, I noticed that they also have complete frozen pizzas in several flavors.  I can’t wait to try them, too.

Now, are you ready to party?  If you haven’t had time to create anything new, feel free to link up a favorite recipe from 2012.

Udi’s sent my several products to taste and review, but the opinions expressed in this post are completely honest and my own.

I link my gluten-free posts to these awesome parties:  Simply Sugar & Gluten Free (Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays), Gluten Free Homemaker (Gluten-Free Wednesday), Poor and Gluten Free (Waste Not, Want Not Wednesdays),  The Tasty Alternative (Allergy-Free Wednesday), Vegetarian Momma (Gluten-Free Friday), Gluten Free R.D. (Gluten-Free Fridays)
Click here to see the other fantastic sites I like to link up with each week.

While you’re here, don’t forget to check out One Creative Weekend (open for new links every Friday-Wednesday).


  1. Hi, this week I have shared my healthy 1 ingredient sweetener that can be added to any recipe and 15 quick and easy green smoothie recipes to kick off your healthy eating at the start of this year:


    Many thanks for hosting

  2. Thanks for hosting! I shared a recipe for those of you have gallbladder attacks or for those who want to make sure you are not getting a build up of stones which can attack later!

    “Gallbladder Cleanse – An Altrnative to Surgery” This really works!

    Have a great week!


  3. Thanks for hosting, Heidi!

    I shared my recipe for Caramel Mocha (Soy, Egg, Wheat, Nut and Fish-Free, Can Be Milk-Free and Diabetic Friendly) that I featured on The Coffee Shop last week. It’s delish and can even be adapted to a cocoa for the non-coffee drinkers. :)

    Have a great week!

  4. Thanks for hosting. I just looked at those pizza crusts at the store today, but unfortunetly for me, they contain egg! Bah! Anyway, I linked up a chili mac bake that can be made just about any way to suit anyone’s diet/restrictions/desires!

  5. I totally agree with your tip! But in our house it’s a gf pizza crust and gf cookies in the freezer! Ha!

    This week I’m linking up Baked Dijon Dill Chicken. Have a great week!

  6. Glad to be back :) I have tried Udi’s and use their brand alot. We also follow that advice of having a cupcake and pizza in the freezer, we do at all times as well! This week I linked up my Easy Veggie Rice Soup! Hope your week is great!

  7. Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! :)

    On the Gluten Free Fridays tab we have new badges for you to display on your blog. There are a few different choices for you. There are varying sizes as well. If you’ve had a featured recipe in the past, feel free to grab one of those badges as well! They are free for the taking; use as you wish! Thanks for supporting our GF community and spreading the word!

    Thanks for linking back to the Gluten Free Fridays post!

    See you at the link up this week!

    Cindy from vegetarianmamma.com

  8. I love finding gluten free ideas for foods my youngest (and most picky) will eat! Thanks

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