Vegans Excited As Amy's Kitchen Launches Plant Based Frozen Pizza Rolls

The new snack is also soy free and kosher
The pizza rolls have excited some (Photo: Amy's Kitchen)

US-based brand Amy's Kitchen has launched frozen pizza rolls - and they are suitable for vegans.

According to the company: "We turned one of your favorite pizza flavors into a bite-sized vegan snack."

The brand, which is a family-run business, offers a number of vegan options - including burritos, soup, and mac n cheeze.

Rolls

Amy's Kitchen says: "Each bite is filled with our house-made organic tomato sauce and vegan mozzarella cheeze, all wrapped up in a soft flour crust. 

"They’re warm, satisfying and easy to pop in your mouth. 

"They are dairy free/soy free/lactose free/soy free/vegan/kosher."

'Excited'

The launch has led to some excitement within the vegan community. News outlet One Green Planet said: "Our day is officially made!

"The company is known for their convenient veggie burgers, mac and cheese, burritos and delicious soups, among other items. 

"Now, the company is making us drool yet again with their new vegan cheese pizza rolls! That’s right, VEGAN PIZZA ROLLS!"

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