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What's your favorite frozen pizza?

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What's your favorite frozen pizza?

What's your favorite, or what are your thoughts on some frozen pizzas? You can factor in price as well.

McCains are cool because on the corner they have this tab that says "no unpronouncable ingredients" so at least theres not weird man-made ingredients.

Delissios are nice because they weight over 900g so the extra cost justifies it.

Thin crusts are good because you taste mostly the toppings. Some pizzas are like eating all bread at times... Throwing your own extra toppings on frozen pizzas is awesome. Almost as good as delivery at times.
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Like the Dr. Oetker ones, especially the bakery crust one, Panabello.
Delissio are okay, but we like the Co-op ones better, they are very similar, and usually $5 or less on sale.
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Delissio goes on sale every 6-8 weeks for $3.98 a box.
It's a steal if you ask me...usually at Metro, No Frills, Food Basics.
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natalka wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 9:40 am
Like the Dr. Oetker ones, especially the bakery crust one, Panabello.
Delissio are okay, but we like the Co-op ones better, they are very similar, and usually $5 or less on sale.
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I like Oetkers Panabello.

Though smaller in size to Mc Cain and Delissio, it can usually be had for around $3 on sale at the value supermarkets.

The greasy bread crust reminds me of what Pizza Hut's crust once tasted like.

But haven't had Pizza Hut in years.
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Buitoni or Dr. Oetkers. Especially Funghi or Spinaci.

Also, some of the PC variations.
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Jan 19th, 2013 12:13 pm
Buitoni or Dr. Oetkers. Especially Funghi or Spinaci.

Also, some of the PC variations.
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Big fan of Dr. Oetkers and Delissio (thin crust) but has anybody tried the Tombstone frozen pizzas? Heart attack in frozen form but damn tasty.
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I like Delissio better than Dr. Oetkers or others...
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The best frozen pizzas to me are those cheap ones with a no edged crust, a really thick and doughy base crust, and are shaped like a disc.


I don't know why I enjoy them as much as I do...
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gh05t wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 11:40 am
I like Oetkers Panabello.

Though smaller in size to Mc Cain and Delissio, it can usually be had for around $3 on sale at the value supermarkets.

The greasy bread crust reminds me of what Pizza Hut's crust once tasted like.

But haven't had Pizza Hut in years.
Panabello is what I get. I find it has by far the best crust of all of them. For me that is key as I like to at additional toppings, so not overly concerned with what toppings comes with the pizza.
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I buy the Delissios when they are on sale (2 packs) and only the Pepperoni and Cheese.

My wife and I then put our own toppings on (pineapple, olives, bacon, etc). I find it is much better than buying their DELUXE.

I have also found the perfect cooking temp.

Using a Natural Gas stove, we cook it at 425 Convection for 27 mins. Comes out perfect!!

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