Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza

I have found the most generic pizza ever. It doesn’t have any brand name on the front of the box at all, just a small logo on the back for “Frozen Specialties, Inc”. When I first took it out of the box, it looked… terrible. There was hardly any cheese, and calling it a “pepperoni” pizza with the amount of “pepperoni” on it is kind of pathetic. Once baked though, it smelled a lot like a Totino’s Party Pizza, and actually tastes semi-decent. I’d certainly prefer a Totino’s over one of these, but if you want an incredibly generic cheap pizza, it’s not complete garbage.


I was still a bit hungry, so I baked a Totino’s Party Pizza too. The Totino’s is noticeably smaller, but has a lot more cheese and a bit better crust. Hard to say which is the better pizza overall.

Arby’s Pizza Slider

Arby’s has a Pizza Slider for a limited time! Of course I had to try it.

It’s pretty good! There’s definitely more meat than I expected, but that kind of makes sense considering the relative thickness to the “crust”. It reminded me quite a bit of the Which Wich Pepperoni Pizzawich. The sauce makes it a bit hard to keep together, since the bread slides against the meat too much. Overall though, surprisingly good for $1.

Chuck E Cheese’s Pepperoni

They changed the crust some time in the last few years… It’s still pretty good though. I have such strong memories of the old crust though.

My sister wanted a fun birthday party (she’s 19 :P) so we went to CEC.

Red Baron Classic Crust Pepperoni

With the possible exception of the Little Caesar’s Hot-and-Ready pizza, the Red Baron Classic Crust is probably the food I’ve had more of than anything else in my life. Red Baron never disappoints with a good selection of quality frozen pizzas.

This one is just as good as always, with the perfect amount of sauce, cheese, and pepperoni.