The newest release in Winfrey’s food line, O, That’s Good!, is frozen pizza with a crust that’s one third cauliflower.
In 2017, Oprah Winfrey made the long-inevitable leap into your kitchen, releasing a line of prepared foods called O, That’s Good!, which includes soups, sides, and pastas. Now, Winfrey is taking on one of the most popular (and controversial) foods in America: pizza. On Wednesday, the lifestyle mogul introduced a new line of frozen pizzas featuring crusts that are made of 30% cauliflower, and we tried them all in one setting. We don’t feel amazing.
A collaboration between Kraft Heinz and Winfrey, the new O, That’s Good! frozen pizzas come in four flavors: uncured pepperoni, five cheese, supreme, and fire-roasted veggie, and they’re available nationwide at a suggested retail price of $6.99. Each pizza’s crust is 30% cauliflower, which teases the cauliflower crust phenomenon without fully committing to a gluten-free, all-vegetable base (which, by the way, you can make here.) And, the pizza does some good; according to Kraft Heinz, ten percent of profits will be donated to anti-hunger charities.
Only 30% cauliflower means that the crust tastes like, well, a normal frozen pizza crust, with a bit of a cauliflower smell and a somewhat dense texture.
Click here to buy Oprah’s pizza.