The Never Ending Move and Udi’s Uncured Pepperoni Pizza

A few weeks ago I told you that we recently moved.  What I didn’t mention is that it was the move that seemed never ending.  It took much longer than it should have and a month and a half later we are still not unpacked!  You’re probably wondering if something tragic or even slightly notable happened and well the answer is no.  The problem then you might ask?  Well the move came up suddenly, moving day was right on the heels of Christmas and therefore we were extremely unprepared.  Looking back we probably should of put it off a week or two but in the end it all worked out and we are getting there with the unpacking.  My husband may be slightly traumatized and become violently ill at the sight of a moving truck but other than that we came out unscathed.

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We don’t typically eat much in the way of prepackaged foods.  Most of our food is homemade.  That pretty much went out the window the last few months with this move though.  There’s just no way we were going to be able to do it all.  So we’ve eaten more than our share of prepackaged foods and it’s taken a toll on us physically with bloated bellies and so forth.  There was one product that we tried though that I wanted to tell you about because well it’s worth mentioning and was a great alternative to homemade.  When we visited Walmart during the Gluten Free Event I immediately knew I wanted to try the Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza.  We primarily try to stay low-carb and I have yet to find a low-carb pizza that I love.  Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza is not low-carb but it is gluten free and as I mentioned before gluten free seems to be tolerable for me and doesn’t leave me with the bloated stomach or brain fog that it’s gluten counterparts do.  Udi’s Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni Pizza was a great compromise to having pizza without the unpleasant side effects.

Moral of the story here?  Well if you’re moving try to be prepared!  Have everything sorted and packed ahead of time and make sure you have a great plan.  Finally make sure you have good and easy food items planned for a few weeks to a month because you just can’t do it all.  Oh and be sure to have plenty of humor as well as nausea medicine in case things go awry.

To learn more about the gluten-free products Walmart carries you can visit their specialty gluten free page for information and recipes! Before you go shopping be sure to grab this $1.00 off any Udi’s product coupon!

This post is sponsored by Walmart, AMP & Sverve.  All thoughts and opinions are my own!

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About Tammy Northrup

Mother of five sons and one daughter, grandmother to two spunky girls and five of the sweetest boys ever, wife to a mostly amazing man .. okay he's all amazing most of the time, blogger, food lover and onion hater.

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  1. Pizza and moving always go together - Udi's probably totally hit the spot! Jenny B @ Honey and BIrch recently posted...Break Your Fast #FoodieFriDIY 34My Profile
  2. This looks absolutely yummy! I love that it is gluten-free, too!
  3. This pizza looks so yummy! I've got to try it soon! Megan S recently posted...Week 6 on Nutrisystem | #NSNation #SponsoredMy Profile

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