We Tried Over 70 Frozen Pizzas—These Are the Best Ones
Our latest road test? Finding the best frozen pizzas out there. These will make you think you’re at your local pizza joint.
Amy’s Margherita Pizza
The classic combination of slow- simmered tomato sauce,mozzarella, and basil on this crispy thinner-crust pie tastes incredibly fresh.
To buy: $10; jet.com.
Freschetta Naturally Rising Crust Pepperoni
The pepperoni has a mildly spicy kick that melds deliciously with the mozzarella and provolone cheeses. The crust rises as it bakes for a fluffy yet crispy bite. Bonus: It’s preservative-free.
To buy: $7 for 27.35 oz.; freschetta.com.
Newman’s Own Supreme Thin and Crispy Pizza
An earthy multigrain base stands up to a scrumptious combo of Italian sausage, uncured pepperoni, sliced onion, and bell peppers in every color.
To buy: $6.50 for 17 oz.; target.com.
Whole Foods Market Marinated Grilled Vegetables on Wheat Flour Crust
This wood-fired pizza is fully loaded with broccoli, asparagus, grilled eggplant, peppers, and zucchini. With a smoky touch from the cheese, each bite had us wanting more.
To buy: $6 for 13.4 oz.; 365bywholefoods.com.
Daiya Pepperoni Style Pizza
The “pepperoni” (made of mushrooms and pea protein) and generous layer of melty nondairy cheese had meat-and-cheese lovers fooled.
To buy: $10 for 16.7 oz.; daiyafoods.com.
California Pizza Kitchen Gluten-Free BBQ Chicken
It’s hard to tell the crispy crust is gluten-free— which gives it an A+ in our book. The sweet sauce, smoked Gouda, and grilled chicken get high marks too.
To buy: $8 for 10.7 oz.; cpkfrozen.com.