Pizza used to be a cheap thing from the local pizzeria. Now, pizza in the surrounding area can now set you back close to $20 a pie. On the other end of the spectrum, if you catch a good sale at the supermarket you can get a personal sized pie for $1. Trader Joe’s Pizza Greco Roman is $3.99 and for that you get 2 pies. So we are looking at about $2 per pizza here. So here is the breakdown of what you get:
The Good: A solid choice in the freezer section of Trader Joes, thin crust, good amount of toppings. Personal pie size.
The Bad: No microwave on this one, but maybe thats a good thing. Sitting down and eating 1 pizza is 3 servings so keep that in mind.
The Verdict: A buy if you enjoy the Mediterranean flavors of olives, peppers and feta. Good value compared to the supermarket.
In the freezer section:
The nutritional information:
How to prepare:
Out of the freezer bag it looks like this:
Out of a 400 F oven it looked like this:
If you enjoy a good thin crust pizza with lots of toppings with a Mediterranean flare, Trader Joe’s Pizza Greco Roman is definitely for you. You’ll get 2 per box so plan accordingly. Is this on my family’s buy again list. Yes it is.
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