Real Good Low Carb Pizza: NOT Real Good (Yuck!)


Real Good Foods Pizza Review: Low Carb, Gluten Free Pizzas

The Real Good Foods Co. low carb pizza has been crossing my screen and coming up in discussions around the web A LOT lately, so when Kathy of Netrition reached out and asked me if I wanted to review them I said “Yes, of course!”

They just started carrying Real Good Pizza at Netrition, and they have 3 options: the large pizza, breakfast pizza, and personal sized pizzas.

You can see all three at that link, along with the flavors (pepperoni, supreme, bacon, sausage, cheese, etc) and the ingredients & nutrition facts for each as well.

I did NOT like the Real Good Pizza. πŸ˜›

Kathy and I were both excited about Netrition carrying this product, and me doing this review for you, but when I let her know I thought they were HORRIBLE, she agreed to sponsor this review anyway. She really loves our community here, and appreciates my “objective” reviews as much as you do. πŸ˜‰

I’ll share my experience with the Real Good Low Carb Pizzas (which was NOT good, lol), and let you know what I DO love from Netrition – in case you’re putting an order together. And if you’ve tried the Real Good Foods brand pizzas yourself, I would love to hear YOUR thoughts too!:)

Netrition - The Internet's Premier Nutrition Superstore!I’ve been shopping at Netrition for 5+ years now, and I’ve had nothing but GREAT experiences. They have super fast shipping, a HUGE selection of products, and a low $6.99 flat rate shipping – no matter how much you order, or how much it weighs.

They also now offer FREE SHIPPING plus a FREE GIFT on larger orders now!

Real Good Foods Low Carb Pizza Review (Spoiler: It’s Awful!) πŸ˜›

I wanted to like this product. I really did…

It turns out some people DO like them (a few), but most people agreed that they were terrible. There was a lot of discussion and feedback shared about them on both Instagram and Facebook when I tried them this week.


Kathy sent me two Real Good Low Carb Pizzas to review, so I took the advice from around the web and tried to make them the best I could.

The first one was a “Large” Pepperoni Low Carb Pizza:

Real Good Food Low Carb Pepperoni Pizza

I baked it in the oven as directed, then pan fried it to make the crust crisper.

If you don’t crisp it up in a pan on the stove, it has a pretty soft/odd textured bottom, because the crust is made from ground chicken & parmesan.

Real Good Pizza - Review

(My crust never did get crispy – it remained soft, no matter what I tried.)

The large sized Real Good Foods low carb pizzas (above) are meant to be two servings, at 4 carbs per serving. That’s total carbs, by the way – there’s no fiber.

The large is not very large either. It’s a 7″ pizza and very thin.

To call it two servings means basically two very small slices or one very large slice – but thin, and only 260 calories per serving. So it’s not enough to call it a “meal” unless you eat the whole pizza (which is 8 carbs).

I found it to be way too salty, with a very “fake pizza taste” and basically… just a frozen pizza.

And not a great one at that. πŸ˜›

It wasn’t anywhere near as good as those 99 cent high carb Totino’s frozen pizzas I used to binge on, which are much larger and crispier and just all around way better!

After reading several comments and everyone’s feedback, I gave it a second shot – with a bit of hesitation, I might add. πŸ˜‰

My second one was a “Personal Size” Low Carb Cheese Pizza:

Real Food Pizza Review: Personal Size Low Carb Pizza

This smaller pizza is… VERY small:

Real Good Food Personal Size Frozen Pizza (Low Carb, Gluten Free - and Awful!)

This is a one serving pizza for 4 carbs, but again – not enough for a serving. I was told to pair it with a salad to make a meal out of it, so that’s exactly what I did. πŸ™‚

Compare that to the size of one Know Low Carb Cookie:

Know Better Cookie - Low Carb, Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Right. πŸ˜‰

This is a regular size dinner plate, and a small side salad I had leftover from restaurant take-out, to give you a size visual:

Real Good Food Pizza Review (NOT Real Good, lol)

Both times I had to dip it in ranch and chase it with chocolate – just to finish the pizza. πŸ˜›

There’s just no way to make these taste good.

I don’t care how many or what toppings you add to them to cover up the weird “fake pizza taste” – between the crust, sauce and cheese… it’s just not something I would eat. Or ever eat again, I should say. πŸ™„ 😐 Yuck! πŸ˜›

Here’s the personal size cheese pizza close-up:

Low Carb Pizza from Real Good Foods Co


I really like to melt fresh mozzarella in the oven on parchment paper and add pepperoni’s on top to make a yummy crustless pizza. THAT is good!

Another popular option is Fat Head Pizza, but I’ve never made or tried that myself. I’m guessing you can find the recipe for it on Pinterest, or maybe someone here has a great recipe and you can share the link with us?? πŸ™‚

What I Do NOT Like About Real Good Pizza:

  • They’re way too expensive. Especially for what they are.
  • They’re way too small, and too many carbs.
  • It takes 20-30 minutes to bake one, then you have to pan fry it to try to make the crust a better texture. It’s way too much time, trouble & hassle for a “convenience food” like frozen pizza.
  • The taste and texture are awful. Like a really bad fake pizza.

The ingredients aren’t terrible. You can see the ingredients here. There’s no artificial ingredients, “only minimally processed” and the macros aren’t bad. And it IS grain free and gluten free. (But I wouldn’t eat it again.)


Here’s what I do LOVE from Netrition…

I’ve been shopping at Netrition for years, and LOVE that they have so many great low carb foods to choose from – and flat rate shipping no matter how much you order.

People are always asking for my recommendations, so here are my TOP favorites from Netrition that are great additions to mix things up in your low carb kitchen:

Note: This is the most popular Low Carb Pizza Crust on Netrition if you really want a pre-made crust. I wasn’t a huge fan of it, but I’m so used to eating “crustless pizza” at this point that crust just doesn’t appeal to me anymore. But people seem to like that one!

Organic Marinara - Best Low Carb Pasta SauceAs for pizza sauce, there are several low carb options to choose from, but I’m totally spoiled on really GOOD high quality sauce. My recommendation: Organico Bello Low Carb Sauce or Marinara at Netrition.

That is the best sauce you’ll ever taste! πŸ˜‰

You’ll find several recipes & posts where I’ve used the Bello organic sauce & marinara here. I need to order some more! It pairs well with SO many things, and makes a fabulous topper for a big juicy hamburger steak.;)

You can also find some of the Know Foods Products on Netrition now! I would recommend the syrup, thins & cookies from that list.

Netrition also carries my favorite Low Carb Bread, which make an amazing grilled cheese sandwich! Tip: don’t skimp on the butter or the cheese. πŸ˜‰

Low Carb Grilled Cheese Sandwich

That delicious low carb grilled cheese is faster, easier, less carbs and WAY BETTER than a “real good pizza” any day of the week! πŸ™‚

If I were going to make a Low Carb Grocery List for Netrition to stock up and take advantage of the Free Shipping and Free Gift, here are MY favorite items I would definitely order:


They also carry Quest Nutrition Bars and Atkins Shakes plus many other low carb foods. There are Two Low Carb Granola Products and I like both of them but I was torn on which one I like best (as you’ll see in that post!).

What would YOU add to this list, or what are your favorite products to order from Netrition? Let’s get a bigger list going! πŸ™‚

They offer Free Shipping by FedEx Ground on any order $99 or more, and you get a Free Gift with any order over $75

And: Have you tried the Real Good Food Co low carb pizzas yet?

If so, I would love to hear YOUR thoughts.;)

Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler


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14 Responses to Real Good Low Carb Pizza: NOT Real Good (Yuck!)

  1. Kellie Gaeta says:

    I really love the Real Good Pizzas especially the breakfast ones!! They are expensive but mine cooked up delicious! I felt half of one filled me up because of the chicken crust. My crust was crispy every time with just cooking in the oven for 30 min.

  2. Suzanne moreton says:

    I recently tried these pizza’s too. I was so excited to finally get my hands on one and was so so disappointed. I will never buy again.

  3. If you haven’t tried Cali’flour pizza crusts yet you are really missing out. You can put any healthy (or not so healthy) topping on the crusts you like and they always turn out great! I’ve only had rave reviews from my husband, teenage daughter and other family members some of which are on a low carb/keto diet. My nephew said this is so f#$@&@! good! It has changed my life! He’s on the keto diet. They have 4 different flavors, Original Italian, Sweet Red Pepper, Plant Based Vegan Crusts, and Jalapeno. I’ve tried the first 2 and they are amazing. I’ve also made Lasagna from the crusts and it is delicious. The crusts are about 10″ and the entire crust is 6 nets carbs.

  4. Tiffany says:

    I also hated these pizzas. I bought 4 because I was so excited for low carb pizza, very disappointing.

  5. Refreshing honesty Lynn, and a manufacturer who cares about their reputation will appreciate it and make changes to the product. It must be good to work with people who care.

    You know what I often find with sites like Ebay and Amazon – people just won’t post negative feedback. I am guilty myself not wanting to make trouble for the seller who has sold me a bad product, so people keep buying it and stay silent about problems with it. That’s certainly not serving the market well! :/

    By the way, I love the picture of toasted low carb bread with cheese – it looks so appealing that I could eat it now! In the UK we have such a limited variety of low carb foods. You won’t find it in supermarkets – would need to go to Amazon or Ebay. Even the bread I buy comes from Germany! πŸ˜€

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  7. Gina says:

    Thank you for your honesty on your reviews. I cannot afford to buy things like this that are pricey only to throw the items in the trash
    I cannot tell you how many “yuk” low carb or low cal and diet foods and shakes i bought in the past. Your reviews will save me a ton of money in the long run. Thank God for what you do!
    One thing i maybe thought were not as good as you said it would be are the Know cookies. I bought three boxes and though the cookies were not bad, i would not ever buy them again. The texture was too dense. I got tired of eating those very quickly. The Know waffles were horrible. I think again, it was the dense texture. Waffles should be light and fluffy and melt in your mouth. Those were heavy and not tasty imho. I think the other low carb mixes would make for much better waffles.
    But everyone has their own preferances
    I would never order those low carb pizzas…..yuk.
    Thanks again for the review.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Gina πŸ™‚

      The Know Cookies are very thick and chewy. I hadn’t considered them “dense” until I was eating the new Peanut Butter Keto Kookies this week, but that’s a good description too. I find the Know cookies best warmed up just a bit, and really like them with cream cheese on them (as a meal replacement).

      I didn’t eat the Know waffles, just because they were too high in carbs for me (if you ate two or more) so Aaron ate those. He ate four in one sitting and loved them lol – but I haven’t tried those.

      The New Hope Mills mix remains my favorite for low carb pancakes or waffles: πŸ™‚ Here is my recipe using it to make low carb blueberry pancakes: Yum!!

  8. Kelly says:

    I just tried the pepperoni today and the supreme yesterday. The supreme I microwaved and finished in the pan. Crust didn’t get “crisp”, but it wasn’t mushy either. The pepperoni I prepared in my air fryer and I think the air fryer produced better results than the microwave. I will try the cheese tomorrow in the over to see how that comes out. But, so far, I liked both the supreme and pepperoni. Neither of them can hold a candle to my most favorite pizza joint, but they sure are better for me; carb, calorie and nutrition wise. I thought the taste was good. When you are not in the mood to cook, these pizza’s with a salad make a decent meal. The cost for what you get is high, so this would not be a main staple in my kitchen, but perfect for a quick meal. I plan on trying the breakfast pizza and the enchiladas as well. I appreciate your honest review; that is hard to come by.

  9. Gail says:

    I’m forcing myself to finish one serving of the cheese pizza, but it’s so salty I can’t even!!!

  10. cheryl perkins says:

    I tried the low carb pizza. I would not give it to my dog. Horrible…
    Soggy, blech.
    Interesting story goes with a review I put on their page. I said I didn’t like the pizza. They contacted me and asked if I’d take down the negative review if they sent me a coupon for their new burrito product. I took the review down. The coupons never came and I’m blocked from commeting on their page. Nice way to do business Real Good Foods

  11. Dan says:

    Obviously you’re going to be giving up quite a bit in exchange for almost all the carbs. With that in mind, I’ve found Real Good’s pizza to be a fantastic option! It tastes really decent for a super-low-carb pizza substitute. And thank goodness, available in Kroger!

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