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Frozen Pizza Breakdown

I'll admit that when I need a quick meal, a frozen pizza sure comes in handy. It's easy, the kids love it, and many are made with wholesome ingredients, so they're not as bad for you as ordering a pie from your local pizzeria. If you ever wanted to know how all the frozen pizzas at the health-food store compare then check out this chart organized by brand that I made.


1/3 of Pizza Calories Saturated Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Protein (g)
Kashi Five Cheese Tomato 290 3.5 570 37 4 14
Kashi Mediterranean 290 4 640 37 5 15
Kashi Roasted Garlic Chicken 300 4.5 650 39 4 16
Kashi Thin Crust Roasted Vegetable 250 4 630 28 4 14
Kashi Thin Crust Mushroom Trio & Spinach 250 4.5 660 28 4 14

To see the others how other brands compare, just read more.

1/3 of Pizza Calories Saturated Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Protein (g)
Frontera Sausage and Roasted Pepper 300 4 580 42 2 15
Frontera Four Cheese 310 5 520 42 3 16
Wolfgang Puck Margherita 330 6 700 36 2 15
Wolfgang Puck Barbecue Chicken 360 6 800 40 2 18
Wolfgang Puck Uncured Pepperoni 360 8 870 32 2 16
Amy's Kitchen Pesto 310 3.5 480 39 2 12
Amy's Kitchen Margherita 250 3.5 550 32 2 11
Amy's Kitchen Cheese 290 5 590 33 2 12
Amy's Kitchen Roasted Vegetable 270 1.5 490 42 2 6
Amy's Kitchen Mushroom and Olive 250 3 560 33 2 10
Amy's Kitchen Veggie Combo 300 3 680 36 1 10
Amy's Kitchen Spinach 310 4 590 39 2 12

As you can see, for the most part, these pizzas are fairly healthy. They contain a good amount of protein, and the Kashi pizzas are also high in fiber. It's the sodium content you have to watch out for, especially because most people eat half the pizza rather than the suggested one-third serving. I'd aim for choosing the ones that contain 700 mg of sodium or less, and five or less grams of saturated fat. Of course, the ones loaded with veggies are probably your best option.

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