I’ll tell ya what. I really enjoy Whole Foods 365 Frozen Pepperoni Pizza. Since it’s from Whole Foods, there is a reasonable expectation that the ingredients are responsibly sourced and relatively healthy.
All in all, they’re not the cheapest frozen pizza out there, but I think the price is more than fair. I think that it’s a great value for the cost of $4,99, which seems to have been consistent for a while now.
When Whole Foods did their 50% off frozen pizza sale a few weeks ago, and the price was lowered to $2.50 per pizza, let’s just say I bought A LOT of them. What can I say? It’s a great deal, and this is why:
Whole Foods does not skimp on the toppings with their frozen pepperoni pizza. The pizza is loaded with cheese and pepperoni every time, without fail. The instructions for Whole Foods’ frozen pizzas is to bake it at 400F for 20 minutes directly on the oven rack.
I also put aluminum foil down underneath where the pizza will be. Since the toppings are so generous, they tend to fall off the pizza a little bit and end up burnt on the oven floor. It’s not ideal, but it’s not the worst problem to have.
The mozzarella cheese is pretty satisfying, and of course, a part of every bite. Whole Food’s frozen pizza sauce is as tasty as their fresh in store sauce, (which I highly recommend.) The crust and pepperoni are the perfect thickness, and have a satisfying chew to them. My one criticism is I wish Whole Foods frozen pizzas came in a larger size!