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Review: Dr. Oetker Yes It's Pizza! What do we think?

  1. Pizza bases with vegetables are becoming increasingly popular. For example, you could already buy ready-to-eat cauliflower bases at some supermarkets. The Netherlands' most popular frozen pizza manufacturer has now also picked up the hype, and the result has recently been in the shops: the Dr. Oetker Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza.

  1. Extra vegetable-rich pizzas, as the packaging promises. And that is beautiful! But packaging does promise more, and there is not always much in it… It is therefore high time to subject these frozen pizzas with vegetables to a critical examination. How healthy are they really?

  2. Extra vegetable-rich pizzas, as the packaging promises. And that is beautiful! But packaging does promise more, and there is not always much in it ... It is high time, therefore, to subject these frozen pizzas with vegetables to a critical examination. How healthy are they really?

What is Yes It's Pizza?

  1. Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza is, in short, a healthier variation on the standard frozen pizza. To begin with, the soil contains a fair percentage of vegetables. Three varieties are available: a base with spinach, beetroot and cauliflower.

  1. Each floor is invested differently. The cauliflower pizza also contains chicken, cheese, bell pepper and pieces of pineapple. The beet pizza is topped with cheese, ham, bell pepper, zucchini and red onion. The spinach pizza is vegetarian, with mozzarella, broccoli and mushrooms. So here too a relatively large amount of vegetables for a pizza.

Ingredients Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza

  1. So far all the ingredients that are mentioned in large letters on the packaging. An important question is of course always: what do we actually find on the ingredients list? After all, that is where some rubbish can sometimes appear…

  2. So far all the ingredients listed in large letters on the packaging. An important question is of course always: what do we actually find on the ingredients list? After all, sometimes some rubbish can pop up there…

  1. Unfortunately, Dr. Oetker there are indeed still some stitches. For example, all three pizzas still contain wheat flour as their first ingredient - quite a few fast carbohydrates, so. It also still contains sugar, and the (salty and fatty) cheese still makes up about 20% of the pizzas.

  2. Unfortunately, Dr. Oetker there are indeed still some stitches. For example, all three pizzas still contain wheat flour as their first ingredient - quite a few fast carbohydrates, that is. It also still contains sugar, and the (salty and fatty) cheese still accounts for about 20% of the pizzas.

  1. Apart from that, the pizzas do indeed contain quite unusual amounts of vegetables. The cauliflower pizza consists of 44% vegetables (if you include the 19% tomato sauce). For beet pizza this is 36% (including 3% onion), and for spinach pizza 42% (including 11% tomato, but excluding 8.6% mushrooms).

Nutritional Values ​​Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza

  1. The question is then of course how big that difference can also be seen in the nutritional values. To determine this, we compare the cauliflower, beet and spinach pizzas with the Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza mozzarella. It is about the same size: 335 grams versus 345, 315 and 335 grams respectively for the vegetable pizzas.

  2. The question is of course how big that difference can be seen in the nutritional values. To determine this, we compare the cauliflower, beet and spinach pizzas with the Dr. Oetker Ristorante pizza mozzarella. It is about the same size: 335 grams versus 345, 315 and 335 grams respectively for the vegetable pizzas.

  1. The first obvious difference is in the calories. The vegetable pizzas deliver between 200 and 236 kcal per 100 grams; for the mozzarella pizza that is 251 kcal. This can therefore save a good 100 kcal on a whole pizza.

  2. The first obvious difference is in the calories. The vegetable pizzas deliver between 200 and 236 kcal per 100 grams; for the mozzarella pizza this is 251 kcal. This can therefore save a good 100 kcal on a whole pizza.

  1. This difference is mainly due to the lower fat contents of the Yes It's Pizza. Where the mozzarella pizza contains 13 grams of fat per 100 grams, that is 7.5 to 11 grams for the vegetable pizzas. It is striking that the amount of saturated fat does not differ very much. The amount of cheese has therefore remained fairly the same. The amount of carbohydrates and proteins is comparable between all pizzas.

Is Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza Good?

  1. Then of course one last important question: how does the pizza taste? In that regard, Dr. In any case, Oetker did a good job. The pizza bases are not soft and soggy, like some vegetable bases get quickly. You bake them crispy pretty easily.

  1. The pizza slices are also well filled and really taste like pizza. Perhaps the biggest advantage is that the Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza is slightly less stressful on the stomach than a regular frozen pizza. Afterwards you really have less of the feeling that a lump of fat has landed in your stomach.

  2. The pizza slices are also well filled and really taste like pizza. Perhaps the biggest advantage is that the Yes It's Pizza is slightly less stressful on the stomach than a regular frozen pizza. Afterwards you really have less of the feeling that a lump of fat has ended up in your stomach.

Yes Itâ € ™ s Pizza: A Healthy Choice?

  1. All in all, is the Yes It's Pizza a healthy choice? We wouldn't call it that. The vegetable pizzas are still quite a source of salt and saturated fats. In addition, they contain relatively many fast carbohydrates.

  1. The big advantage of the extra vegetables is the lower amount of calories. The vegetable pizzas may also contain a bit more fiber, but we could not find that. The vitamin content is also probably slightly higher, but because the pizzas are still heavily processed, that difference will not be very great.

  2. The big advantage of the extra vegetables is the lower amount of calories. The vegetable pizzas may also contain a bit more fiber, but we could not find that. Also, the vitamin content is probably slightly higher, but because the pizzas are still heavily processed, that difference will not be very great.

  1. Still not a meal to put on the table every day, so. But Yes It's Pizza shows that it is possible to prepare excellent pizzas with better ingredients. And occasionally this is indeed a lower-calorie alternative to the standard frozen pizza. Enjoy, but eat in moderation!

  1. * This is not a sponsored article.



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