I have not tried them. I'd have to say that pretty much, I avoid prepackaged, prepared foods and try to just cook from scratch. So if I want pizza, I make it at home. There are all kinds of recipes and suggestions for making pizza healthier-- whole wheat flour in the crust, low sodium tomato sauce, low fat cheese, etc. You could even make little pizzas using those whole wheat sandwich thins for the crust and then adding sauce and veggie toppings.
I think it's deceptive to say sugar free when they use corn syrup etc. And while fat free *sounds* like a good idea-- our bodies actually need some fat every day. And fat makes stuff taste good. So when they took out the fat, what did they add to make it taste good? That's where they seem to get into adding a lot of gums and fillers and unpronounceable stuff.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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