Amy's GF vegan pizza. I love that there is a frozen pizza that meets my food requirements. I hate that I don't enjoy it at all.It is dry and the crust gets a kind of burned taste, even when I've been very careful to not overcook it. In fairness, the instructions want me to put it under a broiler for a short time after it has baked so that the soy cheese can melt. My broiler won't accommodate a pan that will hold the pizza, so I haven't done that part. I can't imagine it would significantly change the outcome.
And for 350 calories for a 1/3 of a pizza (which isn't very big to begin with), and at a pricetag approaching $8, I'm sure I can find other better things to eat. One of these days I'll make a tomato pie with GF flour or bisquick for crust and the usual pizza sauce, and then see if that will meet my eat-at-home pizza needs.