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ZELDA13 SparkPoints: (78,912)
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4/26/14 1:10 P

I've found that pizza freezes well and can be heated in the oven/toaster oven. I'll get a whole pie, have a bit and freeze the rest. I wrap the slices individually in foil and can pull one out to reheat.

FANNYMANSON SparkPoints: (20,213)
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4/24/14 12:02 A

California Pizza Kitchen has some good choices. Nice crispy crust and good quality ingredients.

ZINCSULFATE8 SparkPoints: (3)
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9/25/13 8:12 A

but how to make a delicious pizza?

CJGODESS101 SparkPoints: (30,781)
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9/24/13 8:59 A

I prefer Jack's pizza. They do a thin crust and rising crust, both are really good. I don't need to add anything to the pizza. In a pinch, I will make a quick homemade pizza with a tortilla, spaghetti sauce, cheese, and deli ham or grilled chicken.

LDHAWKE SparkPoints: (19,069)
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9/9/13 9:32 A

That Publix Pizza was awesome! I added some canned mushrooms and sprinkled with mozzarella cheese. Delicious! I will definitely buy that frozen pizza again!

ALBERTJON SparkPoints: (3,133)
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9/8/13 7:20 P

OK, folks, all this pizza talk MADE me buy a DiGiorno Pizzeria Supremo pizza when I went to the store to get some carrots and apples. It's NOT my fault. {Heck, yes, it is my fault! LOL!}

LDHAWKE SparkPoints: (19,069)
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9/8/13 3:20 P

I just purchased an interesting frozen pizza at Publix. It's a Publix Premium Thin & Crispy Crust Pizza, Spicy Italian. It has mozzarella, fontina, Parmesan and romano cheeses with capicollo style ham, Italian sausage and salami, with garlic, basil and marjoram seasonings.

One serving is 1/3 of the pizza for 280 calories.

I can't wait to try it!

ALBERTJON SparkPoints: (3,133)
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9/8/13 11:34 A

I much prefer making my own whole-wheat thin and crispy, but I will admit that I do like the DiGiorno Pizzeria pizzas. I'm not sure they are the healthiest things to eat, but occasionally I have found them to be a tasty guilty pleasure.

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
9/3/13 12:01 P

Kashi does have good ones, but I got a spinach and sun-dried tomato one that was excellent...I think it may have been California Kitchen, but unfotunately I forgot and my store stopped carrying it.

PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
8/30/13 6:24 P

In a pinch for quick eating, but do like favorite Arni's pizza when possible...

8/24/13 3:25 P

I have found a much healthier alternative to traditional pizza and it doesn't taste like cardboard.

I use a low fat/carb English muffin as the crust. Then top it with pizza sauce, light mozzarella, turkey pepperoni, and sometimes Canadian bacon. Put it under the broiler for a few minutes and eat. It's pretty good and a lot less the fat and calories of 'real' pizza.

WHOLENEWME79 Posts: 950
8/21/13 8:37 P

I really like DiGiorno brand. I also find I like the Simple Truth organic.

Amy's has frozen pizzas, I've never had one but I would guess they are pretty good, I like their frozen meals.

Of course, you could always make your own and freeze it, but that is somewhat time consuming.

SIMPLYME80 Posts: 406
8/21/13 3:02 P

We prefer Red Baron original thin crust, Mama Rosas, or the fresh made deli pizzas, then add green peppers, onion, mushrooms, chopped tomatoes, or whatever veggie we want. Most self proclaimed "health" brands and gluten free taste like the box it came it. You may try asking your local favorite pizzaria if you can purchase a unbaked take home pizza of your choice, then freeze until your ready to bake and eat it. I have done this many times.

Edited by: SIMPLYME80 at: 8/21/2013 (15:06)
CLARK971 SparkPoints: (29,686)
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8/20/13 5:20 P

I eat my fair share of processed/frozen foods and usually like kashi products. I bought the kashi margherita frozen pizza last week and was disappointed. I think I expected a better product from kashi The toppings were pretty sparse. If I would have added some cheese, spinach and artichokes to the top, it would have been better.

Edited by: CLARK971 at: 8/20/2013 (17:22)
SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,290
8/20/13 9:40 A

Kashi has a thin crust....with Feta and spinach which is very good...there are a couple of varieties...also Publix has a GreenWise Pizza that has a thin crust and is good.

Maybe try this for a low fat version of pizza

Baked Portabella Pizza
2 large portabella mushroom, stem removed
1 tablespoon spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce or tomato sauce each one
1 tsp. of Romano or Parm Cheese
1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
1/2 tablespoon sliced black olives, optional
1 slice of red onion, chopped small
1 clove garlic, chopped or minced
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Place the mushroom on a Pam Olive Oil sprayed baking sheet, and fill the cavity of the portabella with the minced garlic, then add the parm or romano cheese, raw onion, mozzarella and spread sauce in the cup of the cap. Top with parm or romano cheese
Bake for an additional 25 minutes, or until cheese is melted and golden. These are soooo good and sooo easy.

LDHAWKE SparkPoints: (19,069)
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7/30/13 8:04 A

Buy WalMart's thin crust cheese pizza. When you get home, spruce it up with turkey pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, red onions ... anything you'd like! You can use diced chicken, cooked ground beef/sausage, ham ... the list is endless.

NANAS4GIRLS SparkPoints: (77,198)
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7/29/13 1:40 P

Has anyone found a real tasty Frozen Pizza, I am not a big fan, but would love to have one in the freezer for a standby. Thin Crust, but not the flavor of CARDBOARD.

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