Snow Days Pizza Bites

The flavor of a slice in one bite.
pizza bites being served with sauce

Being gluten free, one of the foods I miss most is pizza. There’s just something about the combination of tangy sauce, melty cheese, and a crisp yet tender crust. Sigh. Gluten-free crusts just aren’t the same. 

When I heard about Snow Days Pizza Bites as a grain-free snack option, I thought, “Meh. How good can they be?” They come frozen, and, in my experience, freezer snacks can taste flat and stale. 

I must amend my opinion! These adorable little bites are chock-full of filling.

There are four flavor options: two that are vegetarian (Veggie White Pizza and Cheese) and two that contain meat (Buffalo Chicken and Sausage).

My favorites were the Buffalo Chicken, which has a little kick of heat, and the Veggie White Pizza, which tasted tangy and has a blend of ricotta and mozzarella cheeses along with an assortment of veggies.

Depending on the flavor, they’re filled with 7 grams of protein per serving; grass-fed, free-range meat; and veggies such as bell peppers, onions, carrots, spinach, or sweet potatoes.

The crust is made from cassava flour and cassava starch, which comes from a root vegetable. I appreciated that the crust of each bite didn’t split or break apart, as many a gluten-free crust tends to do. 

Snow Days Pizza Bites are USDA certified organic and have no preservatives, artificial ingredients, gluten, grains, or GMOs.

Put these little mini-empanada shaped bites into an air fryer, or bake them in a toaster or conventional oven for a snack or side dish.

A four-pack (one of each flavor) is $69.99. Two-pack options are also available for $39.99. Each pack has about 20 bites. This product is not cheap, but it tastes like real food—not junk.


Lisa Fabian

Contributing Editor

Lisa Fabian is an award-winning freelance writer with more than 25 years of experience in the publishing industry. She's enjoyed covering topics as diverse as arts and crafts, boating, food, and health and wellness.