Back with another basic Digiorno pizza, and this time it’s full-size! This is a pretty good pizza. I still don’t love the Digiorno crust flavor, but apart from that there’s not really anything negative about it. It’s big, has a great thick crust, decent cheese and pepperoni, and is just generally great. If you like the Digiorno crust flavor, this is probably one of the best frozen pizzas for you.
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.
This is a bit of an interesting one. I don’t generally like Digiorno, but that’s usually because I don’t like their crusts. With this one though, the crust is very different from a typical frozen pizza, being fairly croissant-like.
If you do try one of these, they recommend baking it directly on an oven rack, but I do recommend being cautious as mine ended up dropping a lot of cheese that burned, affecting the overall flavor a bit. I thought I’d cleared the edges well enough but some still fell from where I held the pizza when putting it in the oven.
It’s not bad! The unique crust is a pretty noticeable difference, making this much better than a typical Digiorno pizza to me. The cheese, sauce, and pepperoni are all fairly typical, but with the weird crust, it works quite well all together. I’d recommend it if you want to try something a bit different, though I’ll stick with my Red Baron Brick Oven crust for my larger frozen pizza needs.
DiGiorno pizzas aren’t usually that great, since they never seem to bake quite right. I figured I’d try a smaller one since it’d be easier to bake properly, and it worked! This one is actually pretty good! It’s the same pizza as their full-sized stuffed crust pepperoni, but much, much smaller. Thanks to it’s small size, it baked all the way through much more consistently, and was much more enjoyable than the others I’ve had. Overall it’s still not incredible, but if you’re in the mood for a stuffed crust pizza and don’t feel like getting Pizza Hut, this is a great option.
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.
I had to try it again. I desperately want there to be a good stuffed crust frozen pizza, but there just isn’t one. This one just won’t turn out right no matter how I bake it, so I think I’m just giving up on Digiorno :/
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.
I decided to try a different thin crust pizza today. Digiorno’s rising crust has failed me the last few times, so I figured maybe this one would be different. It was!
Overall, this is a pretty good pizza. The crust isn’t fantastic, but it’s not bad. The toppings are fairly good quality and there’s a bit of variety. The basil is slightly overdone, but not bad.
This certainly won’t replace the California Pizza Kitchen frozen pizzas for my favorite thin crust pizza, but it’s one of the better ones I’ve had.
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 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.