Annie’s Organic Rising Crust Pizza Review and Giveaway!
When you think pizza, what is your first thought? For my family pizza means a lot more than food! For us it is our bi-weekly family night! Once every other week (or more often!) we spend the entire afternoon and evening frying up sausage, shredding cheese rolling out dough and mixing together sauce to create our own pizzas from scratch. It’s quite the adventure what toppings we put on each week and how they will turn out! The adventure started when I decided there would be no more “junk” frozen pizza in our household, no frozen pizza was up to my standards with our diet being mostly organic at that point in time. Making pizza from scratch was the only way I could think of to ensure only wholesome ingredients were in our pizzas.
We love our pizza nights, but with being a full-time working Mom it is tough to fit the time into my schedule. Think about it….waiting for pizza dough to rise takes time, mixing together and frying up the sausage takes time…then chopping all those veggies! I want to have a family pizza night but it has become few and far between each month now. That is why I was happy to try out Annie’s new Rising Crust organic pizza!
Annie’s new frozen pizza was the first frozen pizza that met my standards for what I would feed my family. All real ingredients, nothing artificial, whole grains all the way, and completely 100% USDA certified organic! So the other night I worked late and SAPsDaDa was just tired of cooking, I felt a family pizza night would help us all unwind and enjoy ourselves. So I picked up an Annie’s 4 Cheese pizza from our Whole Foods store and we were able to still have our family pizza night!
I was really surprised at Annie’s pizza….for a frozen pizza it did not taste that way! Being from Wisconsin I can taste the difference in good cheese and cheap cheese and the four cheese pizza really was delish. I was sad our Whole Foods was out of the Pepperoni I would have loved to try but that saved me the argument on why I didn’t get SAPsDaDa his sausage! The crust was great for being whole grain, which is good for the kiddos out there who are picky and won’t eat whole grain foods for the taste, Annie’s pizza tastes great you wouldn’t know it’s healthier for you!
Overall, my family was impressed with Annie’s Organic rising crust pizza’s, they will surely become a regular “alternative” to our pizza nights, giving us an option to relax and take a night off from the kitchen without sacrificing the quality of food we eat! Food can be convenient and good for you and still be great! SAP can testify to that!
What SAPsMaMa Loves about Annie’s Homegrown Organic Rising Crust Frozen Pizza:
- USDA certified organic ingredients
- Whole grain, heart healthy!
- No artificial colors or flavors, it’s all real!
- Tastes great!
- Convenience of a frozen pizza with the taste of a fresh pizza
Suggestions For Improvement:
- I would love to see a sausage/pepperoni half and half pizza for families who can’t agree!
- A larger family size pizza….until then I’ll just have to buy 2!
Meet Annie’s Homegrown
For more than 20 years, Annie’s has been nourishing families with simple, down-to-earth foods that taste great and are easy to love. They’ve sought out the best ingredients Mother Earth has to offer harvesting pure, natural flavors to make delicious foods every family can feel good about.
Connect With Annie’s Homegrown
You can purchase the Annie’s Homegrown organic rising crust frozen pizza at your local Whole Foods market!
Annie’s Pizza would love to give away an organic rising crust pizza to 3 SAPsMaMa followers! That means 3 of you will win this awesome yummy pizza to share with your family!
This giveaway is open to US only, with access to a Whole Foods (to redeem your coupon for your prize)
Please enter using the RaffleCopter form below! This is a very simple, easy, and quick way to enter that will allow me to verify entries quicker and keep your information private! If there is any issues with the entry form feel free to email me at sapsmama at yahoo dot com or on facebook/twitter for assistance.