Sunday, October 3, 2010


This week, we tried Freschetta Naturally Rising Crust Pizza.
This pizza retails for $4.99.

It was supposed to take 30-35 minutes at 375 degrees. 

This pizza was wrapped in plastic and had cardboard on the bottom. 

This toppings were kind of one sided and I would normally move them around a bit, but they were too frozen on to move.

I cooked this at 350 degrees for about 28 mintues.  (Yay for my new oven in the new apartment when I move in a couple weeks!)  The crust was really puffy and full looking when I took it out of the oven.  The directions said to let it set for five minutes before eating.  Within that time, the pizza fell a little bit.
The crust on this pizza was very chewy. It was pretty good with the cheese that baked into it on the edges.  The veggies were kind of flavorless, just there for texture.  The sausage had a little bit of a meaty flavor, but not really like sausage.  The pepperoni was a bit on the salty side and so was the sauce.  I give the Freschetta pizza a two pizza pie rating out of four.  It's OKor a frozen pizza.

1 comment:

  1. I hate the cardboard on the bottom! I have, many times actually, baked a pizza having left the cardboard on the bottom! Crazy, I know but it actually does make the pizza good. It leaves the crust soft, which I love when eating a frozen pizza. Of course, I also like my toppings to be cool, warm at most. I hate over cooked pizza!

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