Chicken Crust Pizza Disrupts the Pizza Category
A new-take on gluten-free pizza uses chicken for the crust. Real Good Food Co. is rolling out Real Good Pizza, a disrupter in the frozen pizza category. It’s made using a proprietary parmesan chicken crust instead of a traditional flour, corn or rice base. One serving provides a mere 4g carbohydrates and a whopping 25g protein. The crust is made using all-natural antibiotic-free chicken breast, which gets combined with all-natural parmesan cheese into a smooth mixture. This gets pressed and formed into a crust with the baked product not possessing any of the stringy, fibrous attributes of cooked whole chicken breast.The frozen pizza comes in three traditional varieties: three cheese, pepperoni and supreme (sausage, pepperoni and vegetables). The same crust is also used to make breakfast pizzas, which include scrambled eggs and cheese, along with bacon, pepperoni or sausage.
Launched in 2016, the company was inspired to create “real food you feel good about eating.” All offerings are high protein, low carb and naturally gluten-free. Also in the company’s portfolio is a line of frozen enchiladas, which are made with parmesan chicken tortillas. Varieties are shredded beef, cheese, chicken and pork.