Take-and-bake grocery store pizzas can vary quite a bit in quality. This one is actually really good! The crust was fairly decent, and the cheese was good, though I certainly wouldn’t consider this amount of pepperoni to be “double” as it was barely enough to get some on each slice. Overall, not a bad choice at all if you want a cheap, fast pizza.
I went into this one with fairly low expectations. Even up to the point where I was cutting the pizza, I didn’t think it was going to be very good. Surprisingly though, it’s not bad!
For $3.50 or so, this pizza is an excellent value. The amount of pepperoni on the pizza is more than that of even a typical Dominos or Pizza Hut double pepperoni pizza, and for a fraction of the price. The toppings and crust are definitely a bit cheap, but for what you’re paying, this is a really good pizza. Personally, I’ll probably stick with Red Baron as my go-to classic pepperoni, but if you want something cheaper and still pretty good, this is an excellent option.
After a couple slices, I could not eat any more of this. It was far too greasy and cheap tasting, and not in a good way like some pizzas. Just buy a 4-pack of Totino’s pizzas instead and you’ll be far better off.
I’ve never been a huge fan of Costco’s pizzas. Their food court pizzas taste very cheap, and are never baked quite right, and their Take & Bake pizzas are decent, but fairly bland. This one wasn’t much different. The pepperoni and cheese were all right, but, like many pizzas, the crust was disappointing. Not a bad value since it’s fairly large and wasn’t very expensive, but there are much tastier pizzas out there.