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Kashi Pizza: Original-Crust vs. Thin-Crust Pizza

I like to keep frozen pizzas in my freezer just in case my family needs a quick meal. I love ones made by Kashi because the crust is made with whole grains and they're really flavorful. They used to only make regular-crust pizza, but then they came out with thin crust.

If you want to know how these two compare then


As you can see, the one on the right definitely has a thinner crust. It was so thin that it took less time to cook, and it had a much crispier texture than the regular, chewy crust.

Regular Crust Thin Crust
Serving Size 1/3 pizza 1/3 pizza
Calories 290 260
Total Fat 9g 9g
Saturated Fat 3.5g 4g
Cholesterol 20mg 20mg
Sodium 570mg 630mg
Carbs 37g 29g
Fiber 4g 4g
Sugars 4g 4g
Protein 14g 14g

Nutritionally speaking, the thin crust pizza does has fewer carbs and calories, but it also contains more sodium. I guess it comes down to personal preference because they tasted so much alike. Personally, I prefer the regular crust because it fills me up more, and the thin-crust pizza feels less like a meal and more like an hors d'oeuvre. If you haven't tried either of them, they're definitely worth checking out.

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GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Personally, I don't like the saturated fat.
AMP AMP 7 years
still too high in cals
AMP AMP 7 years
still too high in cals
ElissaM ElissaM 7 years
I love Kashi! I need to look for this on my next shopping trip.
tsp tsp 7 years
thanks for the review...had my eye on these and was wondering if they were any good. i LOVE kashi products, in general, though...i feel like they're one of the healthiest ways to cut corners/grab a bite to go (ie: their cereals, granola bars).
Bebeshopper Bebeshopper 7 years
As a vegetarian who tries (really, I try) to eat right, Kashi pizzas are a staple for me when I just don't have the time to "dice -n- slice." The thin crust Roasted Vegetable option is my favorite. It has a gourmet taste to it. I doctor it up with a few of my own herbs and spices after I take it out of the oven, and it is really satisfying. Plus, I like the fact I don't have to mop any grease off the top with a paper towel.
mazdagirluk mazdagirluk 7 years
I tried the thin crust and it was good! I am usually a regular crust girl.
teagirl teagirl 7 years
I haven't seen these yet! I will try the regular crust pizza...I've never really enjoyed thin crust pizza.
ayuninur ayuninur 7 years
Regular Crust
ayuninur ayuninur 7 years
Regular Crust
ms660bk ms660bk 7 years
so weird - I wonder why the thin crust has more sodium.
kmacp kmacp 7 years
I've never seen these in Canada. But we have the cereal, and the bars and the crackers... So maybe I need to check it out a little more carefully :)
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I prefer a thin crust pizza when I do eat it...something about the crispiness of it appeals to me. I may have to try the thin crust pizza; it might be kinda good.
uptown_girl uptown_girl 7 years
The boy & I had Kashi's thin crust on Sunday. It was Roasted Vegetable I think, it had artichokes & roasted red pepper. It was so good!
lolococo lolococo 7 years
lolococo lolococo 7 years
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
I Loooooove thin crust!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
I Loooooove thin crust!
alikat07 alikat07 7 years
Interesting they have the same amount of fiber too... I like thin crust better saves room for a nice salad.
MindayH MindayH 7 years
If I eat pizza, it is thin crust, so this is great news for me.
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