Tony’s Crispy Crust Cheese Pizza

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Tony's Crispy Crust Cheese Pizza

Looks: Like most frozen pizzas, this pizza isn’t cheesed adequately enough to ever have melty cheese string from piece to piece. Apart from that, the shape and color are appropriately depicted on the box. 4 out of 5

Taste: I present to you two facts:

  1. This pizza is “Tony’s Crispy Crust Pizza.”
  2. I’ve never eaten a less crispy pizza in my life.

It was very bready, and very chewy. If I ignore the fact that it was supposed to be crispy, it wasn’t too bad for a $1 grocery store pizza, but I have to score it low though due to the missing advertised crispiness. 2 out of 5

7 Comments

  1. Eating The Road says:

    In my opinion pretty much any frozen pizza can be fixed with a bottle of Tabasco….but then in reality it’s a bottle of Tabasco topped with some pizza.

  2. Anonymous says:

    ^Agreed with Eating on the Road.

    Also, did you place the pizza directly on the oven rack as instructed? This makes for a very crispy pizza..

  3. Anonymous says:

    I actually had one of these pizzas from lunch today, and I disagree with your chewy statement. I baked mine in the toaster oven and it was quite crispy.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I must disagree with your “Looks” rating. My impression is that your photo is of an unbaked pizza. As for taste — my niece loved it — when she was in third grade. I’m pleased to say her tastes have grown with her height.

    Rosie

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’m a huge sucker for frozen pizzas. They taste nothing like real pizza. But for me, I’m not going for an actual pizza experience. Similar in that a Jolly Rancher green apple candy tastes nothing like an actual apple.

    Frozen pizzas are they’re own food group. And I highly recommend a pizza stone for frozen pizzas. You’ll get that crispiness you’re looking for.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I love Tony’s pizza! It’s cheaper than buying dough, so I just put lots of mozzarella cheese and toppings on it and bake it like that. It comes out awesome. Cheap, yummy dinner!

    I have to admit, though, it isn’t crispy at all, lol.

  7. John says:

    I got one of these the other day (Supreme variety) and placed it directly on the rack. Granted, I left it in maybe 2 or 3 minutes too long, but it was definitely “crispy”. Now whether or not that’s a good thing on a pizza is up to the individual to decide. (Too crispy for me, actually.)

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