What frozen Pizza brands do you like the best?

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#1  Edited By DaVillain  Moderator
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We always talk about what's the best Pizza joint but never seen anyone discuss about Frozen Pizza, the kind you just turn on the oven kitchen put the Pizza inside and enjoy! My favorite are:

  • DiGiorno (Cheese only)
  • Red Baron (I only get this brand whenever I have family relatives coming to town for dinner)
  • Tombstone (Pepperoni toppings I like)

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#2  Edited By Master_Live
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DiGiorno!

The one with pepperoni and bacon.

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#3 deactivated-63d1ad7651984
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DiGiorno supreme

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#4 pyro1245
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Screamin' Sicilian

They're not really worth it at $9, but if you can get it on sale they are the best frozen pizzas I've tried.

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#5  Edited By DEVILinIRON
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Red Baron and California Pizza Kitchen. Pretty much any toppings are fine with me.

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#6  Edited By mandzilla  Moderator
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Goodfella's, Chicago Town and Pizza Express.

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#7  Edited By Speeny
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Dr. Oetker Ristorante.

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#8 mrbojangles25
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When I was a kid Tombstone was great because it had this thin cracker-like crust and the mini-pepperoni would cook into these cups of grease. It was gross but it was delicious hahahahaha.

As a grown up I prefer DiGiorno; I've tried many brands, some good, some bad, but DiGiorno is the best of all of them.

Honestly though I much prefer going to Trader Joe's and getting their pre-made pizza dough and just making a pizza myself. It's easy and tastes 10x better, plus you control what's on it so you're not putting god-knows-what into your body. Seriously look at the ingredients on the frozen pizza boxes...

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#9 DEVILinIRON
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@mrbojangles25: Yeah, that's why I'm taking a break from frozen pizza and just pizza in general. I'm trying to lose weight. Honestly, I don't really miss it, except when threads like these pop up.

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#10 mrbojangles25
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@DEVILinIRON said:

@mrbojangles25: Yeah, that's why I'm taking a break from frozen pizza and just pizza in general. I'm trying to lose weight. Honestly, I don't really miss it, except when threads like these pop up.

Haha right? It's like you haven't thought about pizza and then someone mentions pizza and you're like "Damn I really want some pizza now. But 500 calories a slice? Hmmmm"

Best of luck to you in your weight loss quest, I'm doing the same myself. I lost 15 lb in two weeks with keto, not sure if you're just counting calories or on a specific diet but keto is pretty great. 65:30:5 calorie ration of F:P:C

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Lou Malnati's is the best by far.

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#12 ArmoredCore55
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I would probably say Tombstone. I also like Jack's, Totino's, Butch's, DiGiorno, and Red Baron.

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#13 shellcase86
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Really like Red Baron and Tombstone. Screamin' Sicilian is good, too.

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Chicago Town. Probably the only decent one here.

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#15 LJS9502_basic
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None. Frozen pizza is gross.

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#16 judaspete
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Haven't had one in years, but used to love Tombstone. It's actually best when reheated the next day.

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#17 SOedipus
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I'm not the biggest fan of frozen pizza, except for this crap (which I haven't had since I was a teenager).

The shit will kill you. I could have that crap everyday.

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#18 npiet1
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Our's here (Aus) are all shit, they all have hardly any topping's on them.

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#19 uninspiredcup  Online
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Oh yea, something similar, pretty good, cheap too.

Something like £1-£2, get an entire pack.

@SOedipus said:

I'm not the biggest fan of frozen pizza, except for this crap (which I haven't had since I was a teenager).

The shit will kill you. I could have that crap everyday.

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#20 VFighter
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Its probably been 25+ years since I've had a frozen pizza. I'd much rather just make it myself.

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#21 Star67
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Digiorno, Tombstone are good.

I also like the store brands, such as Kroger Brand and Kroger Premium select brands

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#22 kriggy
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It was a long time ago since I had some frozen pizza... I like adding even more topping on them before I prepare them in the oven, then they get pretty good!

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Pizza-inspried, but delicious on their own merit -- used to love Pizza Rolls.

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#24 SolidSnake35
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I don't own an oven so no frozen pizza for me.

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#25 bgres077
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Store brand rising crust are on par with DiGiorno at a fraction of the cost. Aldi's has excellent (not frozen) take and bake pizza's.

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#26 ice_radon
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@bgres077 said:

Store brand rising crust are on par with DiGiorno at a fraction of the cost. Aldi's has excellent (not frozen) take and bake pizza's.

Those Aldi's (not frozen) large take and bake pizzas are actually not too bad, for the price and size.

That Screamin Sicilian is pretty good too if you are looking for a frozen pizza that is definitely decent quality.

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#27 iambatman7986
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None. I can't do frozen pizza. It gives me the worst heartburn ever, plus it tastes pretty gross. If I were to do anything like that, I would buy dough and make my own.

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#28 bgres077
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@ice_radon: Screaming Sicilian used to be Palermo's base level frozen pizza. Then they got cheap and created the Screaming Sicilian brand, and turned their regular frozen pizzas into bland flavorless cardboard.