There was a time when I was eating a lot of different frozen wraps, but it seems that I overlooked Cedarlane Pizza Veggie Wrap which I just recently discovered. Cedarlane says, "Pizza with a vegetarian twist! Wrap a mouth watering recipe of organic tomato, non fat mozzarella, black olives, organic onion, organic red and green bell peppers, and just the right seasonings in an organic wheat flour tortilla and you've created the scrumptious Certified made with organic Cedarlane Low Fat Pizza Veggie Wraps."
When I dissected the burrito, I mainly found a lot of sauce and little pieces of cheese. I don't know if the reason for the lack of melting is a property of the non-fat rennet-less mozzarella cheese or due to heating variation, but although I microwaved it for the recommended amount of time, the burrito wasn't piping hot when I got to it.
The taste wasn't great, but it was ... okay. Technically, there are veggies in the wrap, but I didn't really notice them in all the sauce and cheese. It seems my experience was similar to Ellen's with the Cedarlane Couscous & Vegetable Veggie Wrap. "Overall, it was a pleasant eating experience, but the contents didn't feel hearty enough for a meal by itself."
Each 6 ounce Cedarlane Pizza Veggie Wrap provides 220 calories, 3 grams of total fat, no saturated fat, 520 milligrams of sodium (30% of the daily value), 17 grams of protein and 32 grams of carbohydrates, including 2 grams of fiber and 3 grams of sugars. There's also 35% pf the DV for vitamin C and 30% for calcium (more details).
The wrap cost $2.39 at Kroger. This Pizza Wrap is not going to replace pizza, certainly it can't touch Amys Roasted Vegetable Pizza, but it's a nice option when you're for a burrito style lunch.