Wondering What to Eat? Try One of These Kashi Pizzas.

“Mozzarella, fire roasted eggplant, spinach, tomatoes and crushed red pepper with a spicy tikka masala sauce on a stone-fired crust with Kashi 7 Whole Grains, sesame and flax seed.”

Kashi’s single-serve frozen Indian Tikka Masala Traditional Crust Pizza doesn’t sound like your everyday pie.

Nor does this one: “Spinach, artichokes, tomatoes, feta and mozzarella cheeses with a greek tzatziki yogurt, cucumber, dill and garlic sauce” on the same stone-fired crust. That’s the company’s Greek Tzatziki Traditional Crust Pizza.

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Who cares? Everyday pizzas deliver a load of white flour, saturated fat, and sodium. Kashi’s single-serve vegetarian pizzas think outside the box.

Each pizza packs 16 or 17 grams of protein for only 300 calories and 3½ grams of saturated fat. The crust—it contains Kashi’s “seven whole grains and sesame blend” (with oat, triticale, brown rice, wheat, rye, barley, and buckwheat flours)—is 52 percent whole grain, Kashi told us. No other big brands come close.

The sodium (390 milligrams for the Indian and 480 mg for the Greek) is darned good for pizza. Celeste, Red Baron, and most other single-serves hit around 600 to 1,000 mg.

Toss your Kashi into the microwave for two to three minutes, and your meal is almost ready. Just don’t assume that the toppings take the place of a salad or a side of veggies. (They never do.)

“Positively satisfying,” says the label. And positively delish.

To find Kashi’s single-serve vegetarian pizzas near you visit kashi.com or call them at (877) 747-2467.

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