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Product Review: Pizza Fit ‘n Free – Fat Free Pizza!

Posted Dec 15 2010 10:50pm

Product Review: Pizza Fit 'n Free - Fat Free Pizza!

A few weeks ago I got an email from Robyn after she listened to my podcast about Whole Wheat Pizza Dough . She wanted to bring Pizza Fit ‘n Free to my attention–a fat free pizza . I immediately requested samples so I could review for the site. It’s pizza people. PIZZA. You know how I feel about pizza . I even devoted .

The company was nice enough to send me a few samples. I have to admit– I didn’t have high hopes. I’m not the biggest frozen pizza fan. I’d much rather make my own on homemade whole grain pizza dough or Trader Joe’s whole wheat dough . But.. MAN.. it would be nice to have some single serves to pull out for a quick meal whenever the pizza urge strikes–which, for me, is often.

The Pizza Fit ‘n Free is a good size–about that of a standard tortilla pizza . I was actually surprised at the amount of cheese on top. Considering it’s "fat free" I just assumed there’d be minimal cheese.

According to the cooking instructions, you are suppose to cook the pizza frozen in a 400 degree oven for 8-10 minutes. So I fired up the oven and got working on my toppings. You didn’t think I’d leave the the pizza as is, did you? :) I decided on peppers and turkey pepperoni.

Pizza Fit 'n Free - Fat Free Pizza - the toppings

The company only offers plain pizzas and they actually encourage you to top them yourself. There’s even a whole page devoted to topping ideas straight from their customers.

Even though cooking instructions said 8-10 minutes I cooked mine for about 12. It came out looking like this…

Pizza Fit 'n Free - Fat Free Pizza - after cooking

Crispy crust, gooey cheese and complete pizza goodness!

Pizza Fit 'n Free - Fat Free Pizza - close up

I was seriously surprised how good it was. The cheese was amazing! I’ve never seen fat free cheese melt like real cheese before. I didn’t think it was possible! It’s why I don’t buy fat free cheese, ever. According to the web site…

How is your cheese fat free?
We have developed a way to process the fat out of the cheese, similar to the way they process the fat out of skim milk. The cheese is 100% real dairy mozzarella cheese with no fat substitutes.

Curious… but I must admit tasty.

The crust was ok, but like the cheese, it surprised me. I didn’t expect to get that "crunch" when I bit into it but I did. It made each bite very satisfying.

Nutritionally we’re looking at 248 calories, 0g of fat, 41g of carbs, 3g of fiber and 20g of protein per pie. That’s 4 old WWP and 6 new WWPP. Add a ton of "free" toppings and or a side salad and you got yourself a great pizza centric meal for pretty low points.

Pizza Fit 'n Free - Fat Free Pizza - slice

You guys know I feel about making your own meals– I do devote a whole site to it –but I’m also a big believer in planning and convenience. There will be times when you don’t feel like cooking dinner. When you are in a rush and have no desire to make a lunch for work the next day. There will even be times you just feel like having some pizza. It happens. :) When it does I’d rather have a few of these in my back pocket then pick up the phone and order in or hit a drive thru.

That’s why I’m joining the Pizza Fit ‘n Free affiliate program . I love when I find products I like and that I can work with. That means if you are interested in trying the fat free pizza and purchase it by clicking a link from my site I’ll earn 10% commission. I only partner with companies and recommend products that I have tried and enjoyed. It’s one way for me to earn money through the site, especially now that this is my JOB! :) Click here to check out other ways to shop and support Roni’s Weigh .

All that being said, I really do love the pizza, of course I do, again… it’s PIZZA! :) Has anyone else tried it before?

Pizza Fit'n Free

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