Digiorno Pizzeria Primo Pepperoni Pizza

I generally don’t like Digiorno pizzas. I find the crusts particularly bad, and the quality never lives up to the price, but they have enough options I figured one of them had to be good. This was it.

On the box, this looked like it’d have a fairly thin crust, but it was actually about the same as most of their other pizzas. Overall, it actually tastes quite similar to the Freschetta pizza I tried a while ago, which is great! The toppings have quite a bit of flavor, the crust is satisfying, and it baked perfectly. Not bad! I may actually try more Digiorno pizzas again in the future.

Digiorno Thin Crust Four Meat

It’s not bad!

This is the first Digiorno pizza I’ve had that actually seemed to bake right following the directions. The crust leaves a bit to be desired, and is much thicker than an Italian-style thin-crust, but overall this is a pretty good pizza. There’re plenty of toppings and just the right amount of cheese and sauce.

DiGiorno Three Meat Stuffed Crust

DiGiorno really tries. They have a stuffed crust frozen pizza, which is awesome! I just don’t really like it. It’s possible I’ve never cooked it quite right, but I’ve never had the crust set up quite right. The amount of cheese in the crust is also quite disappointing if you’re used to Pizza Hut’s stuffed crust pizza, which is basically the best thing in the universe.

Overall it’s not a bad pizza, but it’s not worth the price when you can get a Pizza Hut stuffed crust pizza for only a couple dollars more.

★★★☆☆

DiGiorno Thin Crispy Crust

DiGiorno makes decent frozen pizzas. This isn’t one of them. It’s quite expensive for only being about 7×7” square. The crust, sauce, cheese, and pepperoni all taste very cheap. Not a great pizza. I do think I baked this one wrong, so I will try it again some time, but I wasn’t impressed.

Also I wouldn’t even consider this a “thin” crust. It’s one of the thickest pizzas I’ve had in a while.

★☆☆☆☆