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Goodfellas Pepperoni, Ham and Mushroom Pizza | Product Review

We take a look at what we think is probably one of the best gluten free pizzas currently available in the supermarkets, Goodfellas pepperoni, ham and mushroom pizza.

Added 25th October 2015

Updated 10th November 2020

Goodfellas Pepperoni, Ham and Mushroom Pizza | Product Review
Cost 4/5
In Asda and some Tesco's it is only £3 which we find reasonable, however some Tesco's are charging £4.50

Availability 4.5/5
Available in Iceland in Ireland and Asda and Tesco in the UK

Taste 5/5
Definitely the nicest pizza I have had.

Appearance 5/5
So much topping, I honestly have never seen so much on a pizza.

Our Overall Rating 4.5/5

A Closer Look...

Honestly, this was one of the nicest pizza's I have had the pleasure of having. Some gluten free pizzas are just horrible, especially the base, but this was far from that, I couldn't even tell it was gluten free, it has a lovely thin base which goes nice and crispy in oven. I found with some other pizzas that the bases either go rock hard or really soggy, this did neither, it held it's form nicely and had the texture of a proper pizza base.

There wasn't only me who tried this pizza, my boyfriends mum decided to try a slice too, being a none Coeliac I thought she'd immediately be able to tell the difference but she couldn't.

I am fussy when it comes to pizza as I hate too much tomato and this was just nice in that sense, there was neither too little tomato paste nor was it completely overloaded which is what I despise in some pizzas.

Topped with apparently "low lactose" cheese and a truck load of topping, as far as toppings go I have never had a pizza with so much on it, so much so I could barely see the base or see how much cheese was on it, it was just piled up with pepperoni, ham and mushrooms. I can't say I have ever seen a standard pizza with so much topping either.

I did find the pizza took a little longer to cook than the box said but once done it was lovely and crispy and the topping had so much flavour, the tomato wasn't overpowering and neither was the cheese, yet there was enough to taste though all the other toppings.

I can honestly say I will be buying this pizza again, maybe not at £4.50 but definitely at £3, a regular pizza is around that price so for gluten free I think it isn't too bad of a price.

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