It’s been said over and over, drilled into our brains for the last 9 months – 2020 was a crazy year. If you’re like me, you’re beyond ready to focus on the future and everything that I am looking forward to next year. I have some big plans, and lots of goals that I want to accomplish.
While I’ve never been a big “resolution” person, I think that this is the perfect year to really focus on some actionable goals when it comes to improving my health, my career, and my relationships.
Something I’ve already started working on is eating better at home. We’ve all been stuck inside for more time than we ever thought we likely would be, and it’s made me realize how I can take steps to eat just a little better – while still enjoying the meals, and not being stuck in the kitchen for hours.
I recently started picking up Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza at the grocery store as one of those little steps. Made with 100% real cheese and a preservative-free crust, these delicious pizzas just happen to be gluten-free.
It’s a perfect lunchtime meal when I’m just hanging with the boys or we need something fast, easy and delicious. They get so excited when I pull the box out of the freezer and slice up their pizza in perfect little bite-sized pieces for them. If anything, it’s a fun activity that I can share with my boys at home during the day.
We’ve been eating both of the flavors – Pepperoni and Four Cheese, and it’s nice that everyone thoroughly enjoys both, a rarity in a house with a lot of different picky meal preferences. The cheese always tastes fresh, the sauce is bold, and the crust always comes out golden and crispy.
Avoiding gluten when possible is just one of the small moves I’m making lately to make better choices when it comes to the food I consume. What’s great about Freschetta Gluten Free Pizza is that it’s even certified by the National Celiac Association, so those with gluten sensitivities or intolerance can feel comfortable knowing that their meal is truly gluten free.
If you are interested in checking out Freschetta’s line of Gluten Free pizzas, you can visit Freschetta.com to find a store near you, or just check the freezer aisle of your local grocery stores as they are available nationwide.
Are you a big “resolution” person? Do you keep up with them? What’s going to be your resolution for 2021? Let me know here or on one of my social media channels!