Name a better home bake pizza brand
Pro-tip: you probably can't but I'm open to suggestions
Are those Ellio's one's any good? I have yet to try them?
Bake, fold in half and you've got yourself a fine meal.
The Costco one has the freshest tasting dough. Avoid the pepperoni as it "feature" is that it's the same meat in different shapes: cube and slice, and as it's the same ultra processed cancer fuel meat, it makes a sea of grease. So stick to the cheese only, if you can.
Also, I know I'm inherently barking up the whole tree here, but have you tried to make your own? The beauty of these peasant foods is they take time and not money. Time here meaning actual time, not effort. I was a sucker for a long time like everyone else. But the reason pizza because such a commodity was hassle, not ingredients, or even equipment.
These are pretty good.
I like Digiorno's stuffed crust too.
The ones you make yourself with the kits and fresh ingredients so it's not processed-everything and you can make A REAL PROPER PIZZA with fuckloads of tomato sauce instead of fucking grease.
1. pre-made pizza bread (Digoirno makes it)
2. tomato or pizza sauce. Apply liberally so it's the way pizza used to be with drippy as fuck unlike now where everyone substitutes the tomato sauce with grease with barely enough sauce to color the thing.
3. real non-processed non-chemical-loaded real cheeses and meats
Enjoy a real pizza for the first time in your life. You'll thank me. It's totally not ahrd to make.
I tried it and it came out great! Not hard at all.
I'm waiting for some fucking faggot to post the screaming Sicilian pizza. That pizza is fucking trash. I bought it 3 different times trying to give it a chance and each time no matter how long I cook it the middle will come out tasting watery and uncooked. No it's not my stove it's the pizza
Anon, I seriously suggest trying it. This pizza has been #1 (frozen wise) since I was a kid. I've actually had the chance to visit the manufacturer (I live in NJ) because my mother's friend works there.
pic related is absolutely fucking unbeatable
unfortunately it's only available in Germany
Pizza, not pizza flavored grease cake.
If I get a frozen, I'd say Red Baron. But I rarely get them because we have an awesome place down the road from me and I'll just grab a par bake from them
this is literally the GOAT pizza, too bad every store near me stopped selling it
THEY STILL HAVE THE OTHER SHITTY FLAVORS THOUGH
Germany's "Boston style" pizza has spinach? The eastern 97% of the US would not typically put something that healthy on a pizza, with peppers being the only common green topping. And that goes doubly for Massachusfats. A Boston pizza should be topped with something like double cheese, lobster alfredo, and ranch dressing.
Right there with ya, brother. Cheap, actually comes out delicious. No thrills, no frills. Just good, cheap, straightforward pizza. Love having a Red Baron with a nice tall cocktail (preferably a good rum/coke) while watching bullshit on Netflix and YouTube
Does anyone know where I can find these in the US?
they were amazing then all the stores near me stopped selling them and Red Baron removed it from their website
Best frozen pizza coming through
Digiorno is aight but nothing beats a well baked pepperoni tombstone for me
I don't know why they call it Boston, probably just because it has a thicker base than the Italian pizzas, but I don't really care just because it's so damn good
tfw I don't live in Germany anymore so now I very rarely get to eat it
Lidl's pizza Margherita is very good considering it you only pay £2.69 for 4 pizzas
It's great as a plain base to put more exciting ingredients on
Underrated one. Had at a buddy's place after a party, shit's cash when you're completely blasted
>zesty italian tomato sauce
Americans are fucking retarded, every other ingredient is made domestically, but they pay Italians in Italy to make their sauce then ship it to their factory?
What a waste of money and time.
just had a Ginos sausage and uncured pepparoni. it was pretty good! there was a lot less cheese than i expected.
i prefer the local upscale grocery store house brand flatbread style. the chemically leavened crusts in digiurno and red barrons give the crust a funky taste. I have the supertaster gene, not always a blessing when you can taste the aluminum. not sure why it is permissible to not use aluminum-free single stage leavener
They don't make my favorite Pizza anymore. It was the classic pepperoni Pizza of aldi with lots of veggies but they don't make it for years now and all you can buy now is more vanilla now.
After that they stopped making my second favorite pizza where the Pizza itself tasted like a good chilli.
Pic related is now my favorite.
>Frozen, ready to bake pizza
If you're in college, maybe.
Get a bread maker, make your pizza dough in that. Then it's just the sauce and cheese on top, toppings optional.
No excuse not to make your own pizza as a grown man/woman.
Sauce can be periodically made in decent batches unless you're a frozen food horder whose entire freezer is full of ready-to-cook bullshit.
If you're going to split hairs and say that a hand-tossed recipe is better, okay, but a bread machine pizza dough is virtually effortless and vastly superior to anything you're going to get out of the freezer section. If you want an effort-to-taste compromise, bread machine pizza dough beats freezershit by a mile.
>B-b-b-but my frozen pizza isn't shit!
Virtually anything that's totally premade and frozen is going to be beaten by a modicrum of effort to use freshly prepared ingredients. Just so happens that that modicrum of effort for fresh pizza dough is very low if you want it to be.
Also, then you can dust the bottom of that pizza with corn meal and get dat crust. I can't remember a frozen pizza I've had where they bothered.
Get of your high horse, mememan. Frozen Pizza is delicious and quick to make and it tastes most often pretty different to selfmade or from some pizza place. It has its own unique charm compared to other kind of pizza.
Amazing crust and sauce, the best ones being the ribs pizza and the chicken and bacon
I fucking love Orvs Good N Garlic pizzas, especially the chicken one.
>home break pizza brand
Literally one of the biggest rip offs you can buy in a grocery store. You can get a pizza 10x as good for about 1.50 a pizza if you either buy pre-made uncooked pizza crusts and then just either make a sauce yourself or use a premade one and add in some onion/pepper whatever you want for flavor then add whatever cheeses and meats you want.
Better yet just make the crust and sauce yourself, then you're only spending about 1 dollar and it's way better. It's not even remotely difficult or time consuming.
I used to buy shitty home bake pizzas in college all the time and they are a huge waste of money and are pretty shitty about 100% of the time. You might as well just order delivery and get a half-decent pizza for a couple dollars more if you're going that route.
This looks like shit but it's surprisingly good and only costs 1.50€