Slow it down DiGiorno, you are creeping into MY territory now. Everything was fine when you had your rising crusts and all that.
But if there is one thing I know…it’s Thin and Crispy pizza. I live in the city that invented it.
Always happy to try new things because I do like some of the DiGiorno family.
I thought it odd that to launch a new product with such choices as:
Pepperoni and Peppers, Tomato Mozzarella w pesto, and Spinach and Garlic.
Loving both peppers and Pepperoni, it was a no brainer. I picked one up and fired up the trusty oven.
What you see to the right is what I slid out of my rocket hot oven. Looking good, kid.
The choice of Pepperoni and Peppers is a good one because the peppers give the already peppy-pepperoni even more of a kick. I like it. The cheese and sauce are also good. I am liking this pizza.
Except. The. Crust.
Which is the selling point. This tastes like frozen pizza crust all the way. Rigid and bread-y. More crunchy and crumbly than crispy. Sort of like Tombstone’s pizza crust.
Overall it’s still a good pie for frozen – but it’s not what it could have been.