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By Alison Chew
Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
Snow Days puts a healthy twist on a childhood favorite – the pizza bite! They removed all of the unhealthy ingredients, like preservatives, and replaced them with organic, unprocessed, clean ingredients, protein, and vegetables. Snow Days pizza bites are the only grain-free, grass-fed, and USDA Certified Organic pizza bites on the market. SHOP NOW >>
What We Like
Only USDA Certified Organic pizza bite; with 10g of protein per serving and is packed with good fats and organic veggies
Contains NO Grains, Industrial Seed Oils, Gluten, Preservatives, GMOs, or Artificial Ingredients
What We Don’t Like
Currently only 1 flavor available
Shipping is only free if you buy 4 packs
How much do Snow Days pizza snack bites cost?
Snow Days pizza bites cost between $3.66 – $4.37 per serving of 5 bites and they currently ship to the Continental United States.
Adults of a certain age will remember when pizza bites hit the frozen food aisle. It was so exciting to have your favorite meal, pizza, rolled into a bite-size snack, crispy on the outside and filled with gooey cheese and sauce on the inside. They were ready in around 15 min in the oven and some could be made in the microwave (but weren’t crispy). As a kid, I loved these treats and begged my mom to buy them. As a mom now, I look at pizza bites and want to feed my son something healthier for a snack or lunch, but just as tasty.
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When Snow Days reached out to us about the launch of their new site and pizza bite product I couldn’t resist trying this new “healthy” snack. Each serving is packed with 10g of protein, good fats like olive oil, and hidden organic veggies. Their cheese is sourced from grass-fed and pasture-raised cows on small, family-owned dairies in the US and other ingredients come from organic farms as well. Plus, they do not contain gluten, as Snow Days has swapped out wheat flour for nutrient-dense cassava flour and cassava starch (FYI – cassava is a root vegetable) and is free from grains, seed oils, preservatives, GMOs, or artificial ingredients. SHOP NOW >>
For our Snow Days review, we received 2 packages of Cheese pizza bites. Currently, they only have one flavor, cheese. When your box arrives, open it up and move your pizza bites to the freezer until you are ready to make them. Snow Days can last up to 1 year in your freezer. SHOP NOW >>
You have 3 preparation options, oven, toaster oven, or air fryer. Snow Days does not recommend the microwave as they say it impacts the taste and texture. Cooking your pizza bites is easy. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees, pop as many as you want on a cookie tray, and bake for 9-12 min until they are golden brown and bubbly.
Our pizza bites opened a bit and when this happens Snow Days recommends turning down your oven 25 degrees in the future. But don’t worry, they still tasted wonderful! They had a crispy crust on the outside and a yummy tomato and cheese filling inside. And even though they contain 7 vegetables, no gluten, and no artificial anything – you couldn’t tell. Even my 10-year-old didn’t believe that these were a better-for-you pizza bite than the others he had tried. Score! SHOP NOW >>
Snow Days Pizza Snack Bites Review: Ingredients and Nutrition Facts
12 oz bag: 4 servings per container; 5 bites per serving
1 serving: 230 Calories, 12g Fat, 23g Carbs, 10g Protein
Pizza bites by Snow Days DO NOT contain Grains, Seed Oils, Gluten, Preservatives, GMOs, or Artificial Ingredients. Shop now >>
How do Snow Days pizza bites stack up against Totino’s, Amy’s, or Annie’s?
When comparing the ingredients in Snow Days pizza bites to competitors there is really no competition if you are looking for a USDA certified organic snack, free from industrial oils, artificial flavors, and preservatives with lots of protein and 7 vegetables.
Of the 3 competitors listed above, Totino’s is the least healthy and is packed with artificial ingredients like imitation mozzarella cheese, preservatives, added sugar, and no organic ingredients.
Annie’s and Amy’s are close to as healthy as Snow Days and contain some organic ingredients along with a good amount of protein, but also contain wheat, preservatives, and/or added sugar and are not certified organic.
When comparing the cost of Snow Days to competitors they are much more expensive, but as mentioned above they are the only brand that is organic, uses grass-fed cheese, and is free from industrial seed oils and gluten. High-quality ingredients just cost more.
Annie’s pizza bites are around $0.59 per oz. A 5oz box of Annie’s is $2.99-$3.99 for 11 pizza “poppers”.
Amy’s pizza bites are around $0.66 per oz. A 6oz box of Amy’s is $3.99-$5.19 for 12 pizza snacks.
Totino’s pizza bites are around $0.16 per oz. A 24.8oz box of Totino’s is $3.99 for 50 pizza “rolls”.
Snow Days Pizza Snack Bites Review: Bottom Line
Snow Days has reinvented the pizza bite without losing that yummy pizza flavor we all enjoy. As the only grain-free, grass-fed, and USDA Certified Organic pizza bites on the market, they spared no expense when creating these snacks.
We really enjoyed the taste of these better-for-you pizza bites, especially the crispy outside. We also love that this snack is free from artificial ingredients and preservatives and packed with 10g of protein and lots of veggies.
And while we would love to see more flavors, like pepperoni, the only downside to the Snow Days pizza bites for us is the cost. Priced at two times the amount of other, close but not as healthy competitors, these bites are out of our budget. We hope that as they grow prices will come down a bit so that this healthy snack is more accessible to everyone.
I would recommend Snow Days to anyone looking for a tasty, grain-free, certified organic snack free from preservatives and anything artificial that doesn’t mind paying more for high-quality ingredients. SHOP NOW >>
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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