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Dr. Oetker Ristorante or Casa di Mama pizza $2.99

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[Loblaws] Dr. Oetker Ristorante or Casa di Mama pizza $2.99

If you are gonna eat frozen pizza, this is the one. Most other ones aren’t quite as good.

What I like to do is grab a couple of these and throw them in the freezer for when you need them. then I go into my local pizza pizza and buy a bunch of those garlic dips because that’s about the only good thing at pizza pizza is the garlic dips. The guy at Pizza Pizza might look at you crossways Eyes because he knows what you’re up to and that you’re not buying pizza from him but only the dips. but hey thems is the brakes mr. Pizza pizza man. Slice Of Pizza

At Loblaws and independent stores.
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I would love to hear if anyone knows any frozen pizza that's better than these ones. I love these.
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Le Real City
Stromboli frozen pizzas are much better and routinely hover around the 3$ mark. Might be limited to Quebec.
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duckunlimited wrote: Stromboli frozen pizzas are much better and routinely hover around the 3$ mark. Might be limited to Quebec.
Yea exclusive to Quebec I think.
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Does the Dr. Oetker The Good Baker pizzas ever hit this price?
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Agree with previous post.
Personally prefer the vegetable Stromboli and the sundried tomato/ goat cheese Stromboli.
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brad416 wrote: Does the Dr. Oetker The Good Baker pizzas ever hit this price?
Every time I buy their pizza, it feels they are thinner, smaller and fewer toppings than the last.

I only buy them when they are on sale
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Cheap and great for lunch.
For added flavour, I sometimes cook some spinach and garlic and throw it on top of one of these Dr.Oetker pizzas.
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Also in this week's RCSS flyer
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~$3 Dr. Oetker pizzas FTW! Eff you inflation! Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes Definitely my go to for frozen pizzas. I tend to stock up when I see them on the shelves at this price. Tasty deal!
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tomtomtom wrote: Every time I buy their pizza, it feels they are thinner, smaller and fewer toppings than the last.

I only buy them when they are on sale
Interesting, sort of makes sense, check out the size of everything these days. Same price, less food.

Good workaround would be to grab some pepperoni slices, spicy eggplant, *insert fav topping*, etc. to supplement.
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I like the pizza but this is not a hot deal. They are at this price fairly routinely.
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Casa di Mama pizza ....yes I agree. Closest to a 'real' pizza. For $3 ...as good as it gets.

As for Dr. Oetker Ristorante. I find the crust to be like 'flattend' bread. Reminds me of Metro-Irresistables La Pizza which sells for $3 to $ + at Food Basics.
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What's the difference between Casa Di Mama and Ristorante? How do you guys rate them?

Out of all the Dr Oetker frozen pizzas, Giuseppe is my favourite. It usually costs a little more.
But I will never buy the Napoli ones unless No Frills has them for $2 each again. They are just not very good by any standards.

1. Giuseppe
2. Casa Di Mama
3. Ristorante
4. Napoli
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demil7 wrote: I would love to hear if anyone knows any frozen pizza that's better than these ones. I love these.
I’m a big fan of PC Wood Fired thin crust.
He/Him

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Been loving these since they were coming all the way from the fatherland. They taste even better in my large Kalorik.
The fact that these are still available sporadically for $3 is a godsend and KUDOS to the company in this age of rampant inflation.
The importance of being an RFDer is now more important than ever! Last weekend noticed they were selling for EIGHT Friggin bucks at SDM....
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These are by far the best frozen pizzas I've tried, but I admit I haven't tried the Stromboli ones also suggested.

My preferred flavours (I don't eat Pork): Spinach, 4 cheese. Mushroom for the odd change.

These do often come up at the $3 mark, so if you miss it this time, just keep looking. Was $2.97 at Walmart last week for example.
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Same price as FORTINOS if anyone else that nearby. Same owner so not surprised.
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Hadoken613 wrote: If you are gonna eat frozen pizza, this is the one. Most other ones aren’t quite as good.

What I like to do is grab a couple of these and throw them in the freezer for when you need them. then I go into my local pizza pizza and buy a bunch of those garlic dips because that’s about the only good thing at pizza pizza is the garlic dips. The guy at Pizza Pizza might look at you crossways Eyes because he knows what you’re up to and that you’re not buying pizza from him but only the dips. but hey thems is the brakes mr. Pizza pizza man. Slice Of Pizza

At Loblaws and independent stores.
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Those Funghi ones are so damn good. The secret is out though, the shelves are always cleared when they get reduced to $3 for my local stores

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