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Totino's frozen pizza

  • Currently 2.6/5 Stars.

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5 reviews for Totino's frozen pizza
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fergusontj ( 2 Nov)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Totino's is cheap, but I liked it. I had the sausage, pepperoni mix and thought the crust was crispy, brittle and tastes good. The cheese and the sauce are decent, but overall it wasn't that bad, especially for the price: $3.50 (for the 10.7 oz.). I'm not full, but was a good starter. Takes only about 15 minutes to cook and can eat in slices or whole. This isn't my favorite, but I enjoyed it.
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olympicpizza (10 Aug)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
I know, this is not your typical great frozen pizza. This seems like a pizza you'd buy if your broke. But if you give it a chance you will find that there is a certain something that makes tis pizza great. Let me start of by saying the crust is perfect due to th buttery thin, crumbly crust. It never fills you up, but best if you ahve 2.
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wintergreenta (10 Aug)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
I'm going to have to disagree with the previous reviews. I really like this frozen goodness. The crust is super crisp and the is a decent amount of cheese for a frozen pizza. The pepperoni is small, but has good flavor. You do need 2 to be complete.
bstewar3 (26 Jun)
  • Currently 1.0/5 Stars.
You get what you pay for here. $1 for a pizza...no complaints, but it is not the best by any means. Good if you only have limited funds but numerous mouths to feed. I personally have to eat 2 as an adult to fill up due to the size, so would go ahead and fork out the extra $ or 2 to get a Red Baron.
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gregdodge (27 Jun)
  • Currently 1.0/5 Stars.
Right up (or down) there with Jeno's on the bottom rung of the frozen pizza ladder. Then again, it's these pizzas that make frozen pizza frozen pizza - you don't expect much, and you don't get much. (On another note, what exactly does "Party Pizza" mean? Is that their way of warning you that it's lesser quality pizza, meant for the masses? Like a disclaimer? Seems like a similar approach as the Coors "Banquet Beer" slogan...)