Review of Good & Delish Rising Crust Supreme Pizza

by StevenHelmer

We ended up making this pizza a couple nights ago. Read to find out what I thought of it.

Product Description: Frozen supreme pizza from the Walgreen's Good & Delish brand advertising pepperoni, sausage and other toppings. I ended up purchasing this frozen pizza at our local Walgreen's a couple evenings ago for $4.99. My wife and I then made this pizza on our pizza oven and had it as a dinner for two that night.


My wife had made dinner plans a couple days ago but, after school shopping with the kids all afternoon, she was feeling pretty exhausted and, since she no longer felt like cooking (and I didn't have any alternatives planned) asked me if I could pick up a frozen pizza for the two of us (the kids already had one in the freezer).

I had to run to our local Walgreen's anyway so, while I was there, I checked out their frozen pizza selection. I ended up picking their Good & Delish Supreme Pizza because it was the most affordable option they offered. As it turns out, it wasn't too bad of a choice.

Frozen Pizza
Frozen Pizza
Photo by Steven Helmer

We ended up making this pizza on our pizza oven and, for the most part, that worked out OK. The crust seemed to cook evenly and it took only about 20 minutes. This is somewhat important because we've had other rising-crust brands in the past and were forced to make them in our conventional oven. That method adds an extra 15 minutes to the cook time because we have to wait for it to preheat (meaning it definitely isn't as convenient).

As far as overall quality goes, I thought the pizza exceeded my expectations. The crust and the sauce had a great flavor to them. They weren't bland and (unlike many other brands) weren't over seasoned.

I was also impressed with the quantity of toppings. Most frozen pizza brands, especially bargain ones, tend to skimp on those. That was not the case with this brand. The pizza was loaded relatively well and was pretty filling as a result of that. I definitely feel I got my money's worth as a result.

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Final Opinion

This, overall, was a decent, reasonably priced, frozen pizza. I found I enjoyed it more than I was expecting to and would purchase it again.

My Grade: A

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Updated: 08/04/2016, StevenHelmer
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DerdriuMarriner on 03/17/2022

StevenHelmer, Thank you for practical information, pretty pictures and product lines.
In particular, I appreciate learning about quality frozen products that expand what I prepare fresh -- even the tossing in the air and catching! -- when that amount undercalculates drop-in and re-serving request numbers. It looks like olives number among the toppings. Their turning out tells me a lot about the quality or non-quality.

What would your daughters happen to have had in terms of frozen pizza?

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