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September 29, 2018Reviewer: A guest* My family ordered our favorite pie from a local pizza place, and I wanted to stay on my diet plan, so I scraped the toppings from a couple of pieces onto one of these crusts and popped it into the oven until melty and warm. Suffice it to say, after a few bites, I opted to eat the scrumptious toppings only, and I ditched the crust. It wasn’t terrible, just meh. I’d give it a C-.
November 17, 2017Reviewer: A customer in California* Not for me, unfortunately. The result, from putting a pizza (crust plus sauce and mozzarella) on the oven rack, dripped onto the bottom of the oven because the edge was too floppy. It didn't really crisp up and stiffen as I expected a thin crust to do.
Edible - just not pizza-like enough to reorder. In fairness, pizza crust is difficult, and even Atkins is so-so.
I have more pizza-like results with some brands of tortillas in a skillet, so I'll go back to that.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJuly 02, 2017Reviewer: David in Pennsylvania* While not quite as good as real pizza crust, it is not that bad. And it actually stands up to sauce and cheese without becoming so mushy or soft so that you have to eat with a fork and knife. Pre-bake the crusts for 5 minutes at 350F and allow to cool before loading!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpfulAugust 10, 2015Reviewer: Becky in Virginia* There were no reviews when I bought these but thought I'd try them anyway. Well....they are really thin and got a bit soggy and I didn't even use sauce on it. Also, they are really like a big water cracker. I have used others at 38 carbs for a 7in crust, and I think I will keep using them even with the bit of higher carbs. Plus, I only eat them once a month for a treat. I'll use this product up and will not buy again. Editors Note: Bake crust with toppings directly on oven rack for a crisp, not soggy crust.