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Make Your Own Gluten Free Pizza with Rudi's Pizza Crusts [Review and Giveaway]


I had the chance to review some items by Rudi's, a very popular gluten-free brand that has some pretty good options out there for those of us who need a gluten-free diet.
I tried out some bread and gluten-free pizza crusts. So, I can't wait to tell you about that experience. But first, a bit about their company history. Rudi's Bakery opened for the first time in 1976 in Boulder, Colorado by Sheldon Romer. He named the bakery after a spiritual leader named Swami Rudrananda who brought the eastern culture and spiritual traditions to America. By 1981, Rudi's Bakery became certified Kosher and soon their products appeared on grocery store shelves. They were one of the first to participate in an organic food program in 1998. So you can tell that this bakery has made food production and quality be their priority and has had such a great impact on the food industry overall. Read more about their company and mission by following this link.

I had the chance to try out their bread and their pizza crusts. Of the two, I really enjoyed - really REALLY - their pizza crusts. I did try their bread and it was pretty good. But I want to focus on their crusts because that stood out to me and I've been purchasing these crusts since then.

You get two in a pack and I made a total of three pizzas all at once on a standard cookie sheet. It's really easy to make a pizza on your own, by the way. I chose Classic Pizza Sauce, Mozzarella, and Pepperoni. I mean it's easy and it's cheaper than ordering it from delivery. I slathered on parmesan of course and voila!

 
You obviously have a fantastic, tasty pizza on your hands. I like the fact that the crust doesn't disappear, it stays really sturdy throughout cooking (and doesn't become a crusty little chip).

I am definitely going to buy (and have already bought) these again. And also, it's really filling. These four pizzas served to three adults (and we all have healthy appetites) and we were very satisfied.

Find out where you can purchase Rudi's products in a store near you by following this link.  You can also check out their website for recipe ideas, and plus they have a coupon available for $1 off Rudi's products. check it out here!

Plus make sure you are following them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest  for company updates, news and more!

I am also so excited to announce I get to giveaway 3 coupons for free Rudi's products to one lucky reader! Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends on 3/7.

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I received free products in exchange for my honest review.
 

Comments

  1. I'd like to try their Fiesta Tortillas.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. I already use Rudi's sandwich bread and love it! I haven't seen the pizza crusts yet but I would definitely love to try them!

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  3. I visited the Rudy's Gluten Free Bakery site and because we are a pizza loving family I would love to try their Gluten Free Pizza Crust.

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  4. Visit Rudi's website and tell me which products you would most likely buy?

    gluten free tortilla wraps..thanks

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  5. I would get the deli-style bread with caraway seeds; the gluten-free rosemary olive oil ciabatta rolls, and the gluten free stuffing. All are items I have not seen in my travels to find delicious gluten-free items, so that's what I would hunt for if I win!

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  6. I like the Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Bars and Rosemary Olive Oil Ciabatta Rolls.

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  7. I would love the cinnamon raisin bread

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  8. I would love to try their cherry almond bars!

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  9. I would get the Fiesta Tortillas, Multigrain Hamburger Buns, and Multigrain Double Fiber Sandwich Bread.

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  10. I'd love to try their fiesta tortillas for tacos.

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  11. Besides the gluten free bread which is delicious I would love to try the Gluten Free Tortillas or pizza crust is

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  12. I would buy the multigrain and cinnamon raisin bread.

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  13. I would love to try the Ciabatta Rolls.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  14. I would try their cinnamon raisin bread!

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  15. I want to try the Rosemary Olive Oil Ciabatta Rolls!

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  16. I want to try the Rosemary Olive Oil Ciabatta Rolls

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  17. I'd try the plain Ciabatta Rolls and the Multigrain bread.

    sylvieanddudes@yahoo.com

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  18. I would enjoy trying their Fiesta Tortillas.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  19. I would try the Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Bars.

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  20. I would try their gluten free breads.

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  21. I'd be likely to buy the stuffing and tortillas.

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  22. I want to try the Gluten Free Pizza Crust and and Fiesta Tortillas.

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  23. I want to try their new Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Bars!

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  24. I would like the cinnamon raisin bread. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I would love the cinnamon raisin bread.

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  26. I would like to try the Gluten-Free Ciabatta Rolls.

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  27. I would like to try the Gluten-Free Cherry Almond Bars.

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  28. I would love to get their Ciabatta Rolls!

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