I really enjoyed the Kashi's frozen pizzas I tried awhile ago. When I saw that they make a thin-crust pizza, I just has to try it. The diameter of the thin-crust pizza is larger than their regular one, but since the crust is thinner, two slices equals about the same amount of calories as two slices of the regular-crust pizza.
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So the real deal doesn't look as appetizing as the one advertised, but it doesn't really matter because it was so tasty. The veggies had a rich, savory flavor and a tender (not mushy) consistency, I just wish there were more. The crust was light and crispy, and the roasted red peppers and onions gave it a sweet aftertaste.
Nutritionally speaking, two pieces of this pizza are low in calories, high in fiber (because of Kashi's whole grain crust), and high in protein. They tasted great, but the serving size definitely wasn't enough for a dinner. So you'd probably end up eating another piece and a salad in order to feel satisfied. I'd definitely buy this again, and am looking forward to checking out their other flavors.