They say baseball is the ultimate American pastime but we're pretty sure it's actually frozen pizza. We decided it's about time there is a ranking acknowledging the gold stars and the no stars among all the infamous freezer section cheese pies.
Honestly, Celeste is so bad, it's almost painful to talk about. The cheese, which the brand claims is 100 percent real, doesn’t taste real at all. It’s gooey, gross, and beyond strange. Their pizza is like a giant Bagel Bite that really lost its way. Imagine what you would have in front of you if you sent your 7-year-old into the kitchen to try and whip up a pizza from scratch with the ingredients you have on hand. That's exactly what Celeste tastes like. Actually, your kid's pizza would probably taste much better. We'd only recommend it if you're under duress and have absolutely no other food options readily available. It’s just that bad.
No offense to Mama Celeste, who we're sure was a very nice lady, but these pizzas definitely need an overhaul. Our expert samplers actually agreed that although they would never eat this disastrous pizza again, they wouldn’t mind hurling it at their opponent during a food fight.
Watch the video to see the rest of the frozen pizzas ranked from worst to best!
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14. Celeste | 0:14
13. Totino's Party Pizza | 1:07
12. Home Run Inn | 1:44
11. Trader Joe's | 2:20
10. California Pizza Kitchen | 2:47
9. DiGiorno | 3:49
8. Stouffer's | 4:30
7. Screamin' Sicilian | 5:26
6. Red Baron | 6:02
5. Amy's Kitchen | 6:48
4. Signature Select at Safeway | 7:20
3. Tombstone | 7:51
2. Freschetta | 8:37
1. Newman's Own | 9:17
My FAVORITE is DiGorno Rising Crust Pizza. Whether it's the Four Cheese or Supreme, I never HAVE TO bulk it up by adding more cheese, veggies, etc. It's perfect right out of the box. I'll only add more veggies if it's my dinner. Amy's Pizza is a total rip-off. Their large pizza is actually tiny and extremely skimpy. I literally have to build my own pizza because there's hardly anything on there. Not sure why it got a good review. "To Each His Own", I guess.
Can you stop making your videos with random media cut scenes(from movies and TV shows) that say the thing you want to say but let the clip say? It just feel a little redundant, predictable, and doesn't add much additional glory to the content.
Trader Joe's Wood Fire Pepperoni Pizza!! It's $5 dollars, with simple ingredients!! Please try it, you won't be disappointed. I sprinkle fresh parmesan cheese and oregano, before placing in the oven. It's an option that makes it even better. But even without, it's still excellent!
I agree with some of this. I was excited to try Screamin Sicilian, It looked really good as far as toppings go. The whole family agreed the crust was mediocre at best and we won't try it again since it is more expensive than other choices. I cannot cook a DiGiorno pizza in my oven with out using a tray or pizza stone which adds time to get a crisp crust, The center always falls thru the rack if I don't, so I tend to avoid them. Freshectta is our favorite. Red baron runs second. I think Jack's, which is not reviewed is better than Tombstone but these are a bit down the list. Never tried Newman's. I like other products of theirs, very good quality so I might try a pizza now. We recently tried a brand called Wild Mikes. I tried to cook two pizzas at once and these are very large so I stacked them on the racks and I think that caused problems. I'm going to try again with just one nd see. I think this could be a winner.
The best my store ever carried was called Leonardo's. These deep dish pies really looked hand made. There was a separate sauce pack you had to defrost and pour on top. You were supposed to wrap it in a double layer of aluminum, cook for 25 minutes, remove the foil, and cook for 15 min. more. It was delicious!
The problem is it cost $13. There website seems to be down, so I think they've been discontinued.
Red Barron is my least favorite because in my opinion they are way too greasy and i had a bad experience with one where when i bought one of their pizza's it was crawling with mold and it was opened immediately once i got home so it was moldy when bought
The absolute best Pizza comes partially frozen from Aldi's sausage, veggie,pepperoni or meat lovers. Not a single brand compares...trust me...I’m a professional! Take it home, pop it in your pizza oven or regular and enjoy. It freezes well too.
As I said, DiGiorno PIZZA SUPREME, MY FAVORITE, and it's mainly because of the DELICIOUS, RISING CRUST bread and its flavor, but before cooking I always remove the sausage — which ANY kind I really don't like!
I do leave the Joseroni and the rest of the stuff on it, but then I also pile it up even more with black olive-slices and LOTS of skillet-browned mushrooms, and a bit of onion for extra flavor...mmm hmmm...yum yum..."DiGiorno"!!!
lol screw red baron and momma Celeste gross and totinoes don't get the hype besides it's cheap as shit ...and tombstone is shit as well...freshetta is a great pizza for real 5 years ago they were 2 dollers cheaper now there one of the most expensive cuz they caught on... really folks the Wal-Mart brand is one of the best fresh ingredients and real cut mozz... I hate Wal-Mart for it's ways but they got good frozen pizza..lol and if your in the north east ellios is the shit...
I like fresshetta and ellios up north...down south the best is honestly Wal-Mart's brand it has real circles of mozzarella... don't have screaming sicilian or Chicago down south ....but ellios is one frozen pizza I bring back with me to the south ..
hmmm. celeste pizza. though highly touted online, i have yet to see one that says, "100% real cheese". i can attest, though, that the ones with the "fake cheese blend" were pretty bad--and never entertained buying them except when i was too broke to afford anything else.
now i make cauliflower/almond flour crust pizza myself, and will never use frozen pizza again, as i have adopted a keto lifestyle. worst part is that i am from NYC (though no longer living there) and have therefore grown up with the best pizza in the world, but haven't felt too cheated since moving down south, because the pizza here SUCKS--even the "non-chain" kind. hence, i wouldn't be missing "regular" pizza here--at all...
DiGiorno is an offense against humanity simply because they're trying to say that frozen pizza is better than pizzeria pizza, which is ridiculous. The frozen pizza they make at 7-11 is pretty good, but it's still frozen pizza.
Screamin' Sicilian brand is my favorite! frozen pizza! I usually buy the strombolis though more than the pizza. I want to try the new one that has "Detroit" in the name I think. Mostly I buy fresh dough and add my own toppings or use those Boboli crusts which are really pretty good. I like lots of Mozzarella cheese, Italian sausage, mushrooms, olives and sometimes pepperoni on my pizzas.
What !!!! You didn't mention my favorite imitation cardboard and simulated cheese product called Jack's Pizza... You know the ones on sale for 5/$10 in the corner of the freezer. Hell, great value. You eat them all day long and if you happen to be low on oil in the car, just wring out the couple left over pieces you just can't seem to get the gumption to finish over the filler tube to solve the problem.
"Real Cheese' is a HUGE scam. It's a copyrighted trademark of Real Foods that now belongs to Kraft Foods, I believe. It has NOTHING to do with being "real"... Look for the little "c" and circle by the name.
If you want to make an easy home made pizza (which doesn't come from the freezer), they do sell fresh dough which is arguably the hardest part of making a pizza, unless of course you want to make your own cheese as well ... Sometimes the dough also comes with a jar of tomato sauce, so all you have to do is add toppings and bake it.
I know taste is a matter of opinion, but ...can anyone recommend a frozen supreme pizza, that has good-tasting sausage? I usually end up picking them off. Maybe I will try a Newman's.... I have not purchased it before.
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