Not mushroom for anything else on this one

One of our most popular pizzas, our handmade Wild Babe Gluten Free Organic Pizza is a flavour sensation…

We only use the finest organic ham, mushrooms and capers together with our secret recipe for the gluten free organic base is beautifully thin and crispy – none of your soggy cardboard tasting gluten free bases here. You’ve got our Italian maestro Head Chef (Teo) to thank for the deliciousness that is this White Rabbit Wild Babe!

And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not add your own extra toppings – although there’s not mushroom left for anything else on this one!

Ingredients

Flour Blend (rice, potato, maize, buckwheat), Mozzarella Cheese (Milk), Water*, Tomato Sauce (tomatoes, garlic, black pepper, oregano), Ham (10.7%)(pork leg, salt*, sugar, preservatives: potassium nitrate, sodium nitrate), Mushrooms (6%), Olive Oil, Psyllium Husk, Capers (0.6%)(capers, water*, white wine vinegar, salt*), Oregano (0.3%), Salt*, Guar Gum

*Permitted non-organic ingredients

Allergy Advice

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Contains milk, may contain traces of nuts.
Suitable for Coeliacs.

Cooking Instructions

From Chilled Remove all the packaging including the disc. For best results, place the pizza on a baking tray and add a drizzle of olive oil on top. Cook in a pre-heated oven at 220°C / Fan 200°C / Gas Mark 7 for 10-15 minutes or until the mozzarella has melted.

From Frozen Remove from the freezer 20 minutes prior to cooking and follow the same ‘from chilled’ instructions above. Do not microwave.

Once cooked, do not reheat.

Nutritional Information

Typical values (as prepared)Per 100g
Energy1040kj/248cal
Fat11.3g
of which saturates4.1g
Carbohydrate27.4g
of which sugars0.6g
Fibre1.9g
Protein10.2g
Salt1.2

Storage Information

Keep refrigerated or frozen. For use by date see below. If frozen, product will keep for up to 3 months.

Packaging Recycling

We’ve minimised packaging waste by using 100% recyclable cardboard sleeve instead of a traditional pizza box. PVC-free base can be recycled at specialist recycling centres.

Film not currently recyclable.