Ever find yourself driving home after a long week, no idea what to make for dinner, and all you want to do is just sit on the sofa, snap your fingers and “POOF!” dinner is in front of you? Coming back after a long Saturday at work that is exactly what I wanted – the night off (and that included cooking).
With limited dinner options at home I went to Wegmans and found myself wandering the gluten-free isle. I was tired and hungry, and had no idea what I felt like eating. Make something from scratch? Semi-homemade? Prepared? Moseying through the products I found myself staring at the pizza crusts and realized pizza was quick and easy. Then I started looking at the personal pan gluten-free pizzas and decided I should try one. I couldn’t remember the last time I made a pizza, and I certainly have never paid the money for a small prepared one as they can be costly. As a treat to myself the prepared pizza was the winner, and I picked a good one too.
Conte’s Margherita Pizza with Roasted Garlic and Olive Oil was absolutely delicious. Compared to other brands I’ve tried, this one was pretty good. While it’s tough to replace your local pizza shop pie, Conte’s does satisfy the pizza craving. The best part about the pizza was the packaging – you could buy it right off the shelf and put it in the oven! When I buy this again I would probably let it cook a little longer or for the last few minutes I would remove it from the tray just so I could have the crust crisp up a little more.