In A Hurry? Newman’s Own Pizza with Arugula – Delicious!

Paul Newman's Cheese Pizza with Arugula

What a delight! Newman’s Own Four Cheese (frozen) Pizza (Multigrain crust with flaxseed) is a fabulous option when you’re in a hurry. Just pull it out of the freezer, put it into the oven to bake (10 minutes), then pull it out, top it with baby arugula, a light drizzle of olive oil and a dusting of parmesan.

The arugula adds the nicest flavor!

Newman’s Own pizza does not taste like frozen. I never bought frozen pizza until a friend (thank you Heather!) suggested this one. WOW! Was she ever right! Our local Harris Teeter carried the (uncured) pepperoni, which is tasty, but we just wanted plain cheese, so they have started to carry (thank you Harris Teeter!).

For a thin crust, this one is perfect, not too thin, but not thick and doughy… A fabulous treat!

Catch you back here tomorrow!


6 thoughts on “In A Hurry? Newman’s Own Pizza with Arugula – Delicious!

    1. Thank you! It’s fun to come up with different variations. Not everything turns out. Sunday night we split a chicken breast that was about 3 pounds. It was larger than a turkey breast. TOO CREEPY! Organic. No steroids. HOW???? Neither of us could eat it, it was fibrous and now neither of us can eat chicken… I think it’s going to be a while. The other half is in the freezer… 😕


    1. Hey Geof! I think you’ll like it. There used to be a restaurant here that served a wild mushroom pizza with arugula and parmesan and it was out of this world, then they moved… we always liked the plain cheese, but tried it with arugula and parm and WOW… too good!


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