For a quick meal, pizza is definitely a party pleaser with my entire family including me. Pizzeria pizza might be delicious, but who knows how many calories are in a slice. Since making my own pizza isn't always an option, I like to keep some frozen pizzas for when I am in a dinner pinch.
I just tried a Frontera Stone Fired Pizza ($7.99), and I think you might be interested to hear what I thought of this pie, so
So many frozen pizzas lately seem to be the thin-crust variety, so I appreciated that this crust was a little thicker. It had a satisfying chewy texture, and I felt full after the recommended serving size. When I first took a bite, it seemed like any other frozen pizza; pleasingly cheesy and full of tomato flavor. Then after a few bites, I realized that the sauce had a wonderful zesty spiciness to it, which made this pizza taste more unique than other frozen pizzas I've tried.
For one third of the pizza, the nutritional info seems pretty normal. The 3g of fiber and 16g of protein made me happy, and 310 calories isn't that bad. I wasn't thrilled with the 5g of saturated fat, but what else can you expect from a pizza that's made with mozzarella, provolone, asiago, and white cheddar? I thought this Frontera pizza was quite tasty and I'd definitely buy it again.