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Frozen pizza #7466451 03/23/19 09:15 PM
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Found out yesterday that my pizza man no longer delivered. Had to make do with nachos and beer. Decided to try a store bought one. A family in the frozen section recommended this one. Great price compared to delivery.

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I keep this on hand for my breakfast tacos and meatloaf. Figure I could add some if the toppings were short.

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What do you guys favor?


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Digorno rising crust is great!
Altho, you cain't beat Little Caesar's pizza up

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Red Baron for frozen pizza


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Digorno and Red Barron both. We keep a couple in the freezer at all times. We get the pepperoni and add onions and bell peppers to it. To far for delivery and much easier than a 30 mile round trip. They are really pretty good and easy meal when I don`t feel like cooking. Probably less than 5 bucks for 2 people as well.

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No frozen pizza for me either.

Re: Frozen pizza [Re: bill oxner] #7466578 03/24/19 12:32 AM
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Walmart had some in a refrigerated case up front. Almost bought one of those.

What would you guys who could not get delivery do. Haven't had pizza in six months.


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I would make one myself. If you don't make your own crust use Boboli pre-made crust. They have them at Walmart. They have thin and regular crust. You can put whatever you want on it and as much as you want. Takes the same amount of time.

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Originally Posted by jetdad
I would make one myself. If you don't make your own crust use Boboli pre-made crust. They have them at Walmart. They have thin and regular crust. You can put whatever you want on it and as much as you want. Takes the same amount of time.


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Originally Posted by Pigsicles
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I would make one myself. If you don't make your own crust use Boboli pre-made crust. They have them at Walmart. They have thin and regular crust. You can put whatever you want on it and as much as you want. Takes the same amount of time.


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That defeats my purpose. I have to cook 6 dinners a week;


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You have to cook a frozen pizza. Prep time is not much longer with a pre-made crust. Just pop it in the oven after you put a little sauce and toppings on and you're done! It's much better than the frozen ones.

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Digiorno is good for frozen. It's my son's favorite but daughter won't touch it unless thin crust. Tastes better than most homemade on premade crust crap unless from an Italian store like Jimmy's. Boboli is not that good imo but will work if needed. The topping ingredients just aren't that good unless high quality.

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Originally Posted by Txduckman
Digiorno is good for frozen. It's my son's favorite but daughter won't touch it unless thin crust. Tastes better than most homemade on premade crust crap unless from an Italian store like Jimmy's. Boboli is not that good imo but will work if needed. The topping ingredients just aren't that good unless high quality.


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Digiorno is good for frozen. It's my son's favorite but daughter won't touch it unless thin crust. Tastes better than most homemade on premade crust crap unless from an Italian store like Jimmy's. Boboli is not that good imo but will work if needed. The topping ingredients just aren't that good unless high quality.


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That's it! I am going this week! food Italian beef or Cuban for me. Their pasta will make the family not touch grocery store stuff anymore.

Want to be the deer camp favorite, get the Camp Chef pizza oven and all the fixings from Jimmy's.

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Originally Posted by Pigsicles
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I would make one myself. If you don't make your own crust use Boboli pre-made crust. They have them at Walmart. They have thin and regular crust. You can put whatever you want on it and as much as you want. Takes the same amount of time.


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Cooking a home made pizza on my pellet grill is the only way I can eat them now . food


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I would make one myself. If you don't make your own crust use Boboli pre-made crust. They have them at Walmart. They have thin and regular crust. You can put whatever you want on it and as much as you want. Takes the same amount of time.


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Cooking a home made pizza on my pellet grill is the only way I can eat them now . food


My "purpose" in making home made is controlling the quality and amount of the exact toppings desired. By the time the oven (or pellet grill) is pre-heated I can have a Boboli thin crust pre-made crust topped and ready to bake.
Great balance of quality, price and simplicity. Oh, and I make 7 dinners a week. food


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To me frozen pizzas aren't that bad. For the effort/cost of making one at home I will buy a frozen one or out of the refrigerated case any time.

Pizza is pizza if your going to buy premade crust, canned sauce and cheese and store bought peperoni and sausage etc. you not really Improving any of the ingredients and you don't get much if anything different than the premade one other than you paid more and put it together yourself.

I like the refrigerated ones at HEB plus they are a little bigger than most and feed all 4 of us at my house.

One thing I notice that makes frozen/bake at home pizza better is using a pizza pan with holes in the bottom or cooking them straight on the oven rack, much better crust that way.


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Yes I like the refrigerated ones in the case from HEB, then sometimes I add olives from the olive bar to the pizza to make me feel fancy.


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Naan bread makes an excellent pizza crust.


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Although Digiorno is OK for frozen, I'm just not a fan of frozen pizzas. The crust is always lacking in texture and taste. And once you start getting the expensive ones from places like Central Market, you're over $10 and might as well get the real deal from a pizzeria.

My wife, sister, BIL, and I do a full homemade night once a year or so. It's a ton of work, but we do 6 or 8 pies loaded up with the best quality toppings including Jimmy's sausage, carmelized onions, Italian prosciutto, portabellas, etc. That's eating right.

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Im a fan of doctored up cheap frozen cheese pizzas. I usually add pepperoni, bell peppers, mushrooms plus more cheese (mozzarella, provolone & real Parmigiano-Reggiano).

I like to bake them hot directly on the oven rack for the best crust texture.

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Papa Murphey's take & bake stuffed Chicago is my favorite.

For frozen, I still like the cheap ol' Totinos pizzas baked until a little extra crispy (almost burnt). Add garlic powder, black pepper, red pepper, and a bunch of salsa. Fold it in half like a taco with some jalapenos and get down..... food

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Papa Murphey's take & bake stuffed Chicago is my favorite.

For frozen, I still like the cheap ol' Totinos pizzas baked until a little extra crispy (almost burnt). Add garlic powder, black pepper, red pepper, and a bunch of salsa. Fold it in half like a taco with some jalapenos and get down..... food


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