Real Good Pizza Co. | Product Review
The other day while in my local health and fitness store I came across this personal pizza box by Real Good Pizza Co. If there is one thing you guys should know about me, it is that I love pizza. It is hands down my favorite food. Naturally, I was skeptical right off the bat. I mean, isn’t what makes pizza so darn good is all the bad stuff? We may have been a little too quick to write off many foods as bad for us but you’d be surprised how many “bad” foods actually serve a useful purpose in our diets. With its trendy looking box and claims of 25 grams of protein with only 4 grams of carbs, I knew there had to be a catch. Surely this pizza is too good to be true, right? Wrong. It’s actually good and true! We may have been a little to quick to write off many foods as bad for us but you’d be surprised how many “bad” foods actually serve a useful purpose in our diets.
What are the Macros?
That’s right only 4carbs per pizza! Fat content is pretty moderate and it is packed with protein. Perfect for after the gym? I think so.
Their ingredients are antibiotic and hormone free as well as non-gmo. This pizza also is grain, and gluten free. Perfect for anyone with a gluten intolerance or on a low carb diet. It really takes the guilt out eating a delicious slice of pizza.
Alright, good ingredients are nice but most importantly, how does it taste? I followed the directions on the back of the box and popped it in the microwave for 1 minute and 50 seconds on high. When I took it out the cheese was bubbling and it was super hot. After letting it cool for a min and I was pleasantly surprised. The crust sort of looks like cardboard. It’s smooth and flat and made into a perfect circle. It’s also stiff enough to support the weight of the sauce, cheese, and toppings. I can describe the texture after taking my first bite soft but firm, almost a little spongy. The crust is made out of a proprietary blend of chicken and parmesan cheese. The flavor was out of this world. Not sure if it came from the crust or the sauce but everything just worked together. Needless to say, I gobbled down the rest in a couple of minutes.
We may have been a little too quick to write off many foods as bad for us but you’d be surprised how many “bad” foods actually serve a useful purpose in our diets. If you’re looking for a fluffy crust or something that resembles a traditional slice of pizza, this is not the pizza for you. But if you are looking for a pizza alternative that is just as good, if not better, than look no further. Real Good Pizza Co has answered your prayers. You can check out their different types of pie’s at www.realgoodfoods.com