Kashi is one of my favorite companies. They have a reputation for making wholesome food that's healthy and full of taste. I love their crackers, cereals, waffles, chewy granola bars, their yummy frozen entrees, and hark, what is that I see? Frozen pizzas? I could not wait to give these a try.
The pizza crust is made from Kashi's signature blend of seven whole grains and sesame. The crust is fortified with flaxseed, a source of alpha-linoleic acid that's believed to reduce the risk of heart disease. OK, but how does it taste and how nutritious is it? To find out
I tried the Five Cheese Tomato pizza, but they also make two others: Mediterranean and Roasted Garlic Chicken. This pizza was actually really delicious and didn't taste at all like it was found in the freezer. It was really fresh, sweet and full of herbs. The sauce had a savory flavor with a little spicy kick to it, and there were actual chunks of real tomatoes sprinkled on top. The five cheeses were smooth and salty and blended beautifully. I was expecting a dry cardboard texture crust, but it was actually very chewy and filling.
I would definitely recommend trying these out. They cost about $6.00 and contain three servings, so it's a pretty great deal. With 14g of protein, 4g of fiber, and less than 300 calories, I'd feel good about having this for a quick meal any day of the week.