It’s not bad, but honestly Red Baron’s Brick Oven crust is just so much better, and the toppings on this were quite limited compared with what you might get from a proper supreme pizza elsewhere, with really just some mushy peppers and a tiny bit of pepperoni. It’s fine but they have better.
Every now and then I notice there’s another frozen pizza I haven’t tried yet. Often it’s some weird $1 thing that’ll probably not really be edible, but sometimes it’s not too bad.
For a 9.3 oz (263g) pizza, the $3.50 price is quite steep, especially when you can get 4 Totino’s Party Pizzas for ~$5, and you get 15% more food in each pizza than this one pizza alone. This is definitely a generally higher-quality pizza than something from Totino’s, but I’d find it hard to justify being almost triple the price per pizza when it’s far too small to be a meal on its own. For another dollar, you can get a 23.5oz (664g) Red Baron pizza that’s easily enough for a full meal for most people, and that can include many more toppings for the same price.
I also just don’t really care for Digiorno’s crust. It’s a very bland, dry crust. It’s definitely better than Totino’s, but I’d pick a Red Baron Brick Oven crust over any Digiorno crust (even the stuffed ones). Overall though, if you ignore the poor cost to pizza ratio, this isn’t a bad pizza. For a quick addition to a full meal, it’s quite satisfying, but will definitely leave you wanting more than you got.