The 9 Best Frozen Pizzas of 2019

Make weeknight dinners easier with these frozen pies

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: DiGiorno Pizzeria! Quattro Formaggi/Four Cheese at Amazon

"This pie wins for its rustic-looking hand-tossed crust."

Best Budget: Tombstone Original 12" Deluxe Pizza at Amazon

"Inexpensive but packs a punch in terms of flavor."

Best Gluten-Free: Amy's Gluten Free Rice Crust Cheese Pizza at Amazon

"Amy’s Kitchen is a favorite brand among health-conscious shoppers."

Best Cauliflower Crust: Cali'flour Foods Cauliflower Pizza Crust at Amazon

"These crusts are pre-made and ready to bake."

Best Vegan: Amy's Organic Roasted Vegetable Pizza, No Cheese at Amazon

"Despite not having any meat or cheese, it's packed with flavorful veggies."

Best Thin-Crust: California Pizza Kitchen Mushroom & Green Onion Pizza at Amazon

"This brand is known for its thin-crust pizzas with creative toppings."

Best Deep Dish: Lou Malnati's Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza at Amazon

"Thicker than your average frozen pie."

Best Pizza Dough: Rich Products Pizza Dough Ball at Amazon

"Each dough ball is big enough to make a personal-sized pizza."

Best Non-Traditional: Tandoor Chef Margherita Naan Pizza at Amazon

"Features hand-stretched naan that's baked in a tandoor oven."

  • 01 of 09

    Best Overall: DiGiorno Pizzeria! Quattro Formaggi/Four Cheese

    DiGiorno Pizzeria! Quattro Formaggi/Four Cheese

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    DiGiorno makes many different varieties of frozen pizza, but this pie wins for its rustic-looking hand-tossed crust, its sauce made from crushed vine-ripened tomatoes, and its delicious blend of four types of cheese (fontina, mozzarella, parmesan, and Pecorino Romano). Also, with just crust, sauce, and cheese, you have the option of dressing it up with your family's favorite toppings, from anchovies and pepperoni to pineapple and ham. However, picky eaters can rest assured that it's just as delicious baked plain.

  • 02 of 09

    Best Budget: Tombstone Original 12" Deluxe Pizza

    What do you want on your Tombstone? While this 12-inch frozen pizza is comparatively inexpensive, it still packs a punch in terms of flavor, featuring sausage, mushrooms, onions, and peppers, along with sauce and 100 percent real mozzarella cheese. Plus, unlike some frozen pizzas that have over an inch of crunchy crust, the toppings on this pie creep closer to the perimeter, so you get even more protein for the price.

    Want to make your own pizza from scratch? There are plenty of easy recipes for classic Neapolitan pies as well as more unusual pies that boast chorizo. Just make sure you're equipped with a pizza oven before you get started!

  • 03 of 09

    Best Gluten-Free: Amy's Gluten Free Rice Crust Cheese Pizza

    Amy’s Kitchen is very popular among health-conscious shoppers, so it’s no surprise that the brand offers gluten-free frozen pizza. This pie is made with an organic rice crust that lets the flavor of the organic tomatoes and mozzarella cheese shine through. (Of course, if you want extra toppings, you can always add your own.) Also, if you're looking to avoid dairy, Amy’s has a rice-crust pizza topped with soy-based cheese and spinach. Reviewers say that the flavor of this pizza is great, but you can add extra olives and cheese after baking to customize your flavor even more. You can heat this pie up in the oven using a cookie sheet or steel pizza stone for a crisp crust every time.

  • 04 of 09

    Best Cauliflower Crust: Cali'flour Foods Gluten Free Cauliflower Pizza Crusts

    Cauliflower pizza crusts are popular for folks who are gluten-free or grain-free, as well as anyone who's trying to limit their carb intake. They can be tricky to make from scratch—but thankfully, Cali'flour Foods Gluten Free Cauliflower Pizza Crusts are pre-made and ready to bake. Although there are several flavors available—original Italian, sweet red pepper, and spicy jalapeno—each incorporates fresh cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, and egg whites. They're also very thin, at about 9¾ ounces each. Many online reviewers loved them, with one raving that they're "wonderful" and "the real deal."

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  • 05 of 09

    Best Vegan: Amy's Organic Roasted Vegetable Pizza, No Cheese

    Despite not having any meat or cheese, this vegan pizza from Amy's is packed with flavor, topped with finely-chopped organic roasted veggies including shiitake mushrooms, red peppers, and sweet onions. This pizza was a major hit with online reviewers, who said that it wasn't the prettiest pizza they'd seen but it was hearty and delicious. One reviewer did note, however, that the onions made it "a little on the sweet side." Of course, if you're still craving that cheesy texture, go ahead and add your favorite vegan cheese (or standard cheese, if you eat dairy).

    Looking for the right tool to cut up your pie? Check out the best pizza cutters you can buy online.

  • 06 of 09

    Best Thin-Crust: California Pizza Kitchen Mushroom & Green Onion Pizza

    California Pizza Kitchen is known for its super-thin-crust pizzas with creative topping combinations. This option is no exception, featuring a creamy garlic-flavored sauce and topped with green onions, a three-cheese blend (mozzarella, parmesan, and an asiago-romano blend), and portabella, cremini, and white mushrooms. This option also non-GMO and free of artificial flavors, its crust is preservative-free, and the mushrooms and flour are organic.

  • 07 of 09

    Best Deep Dish: Lou Malnati's Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza

    Since the Chicago-based pizzeria franchise Lou Malnati's opened its first location in 1971, it's become famous for its take on the city's signature deep dish-style pizza. While these frozen pizzas aren’t exactly the same as the pies that are served fresh, they’re close enough to scratch that itch when you’re hundreds of miles away. Each pie is hand-made from scratch, with mozzarella cheese, vine-ripened plum tomatoes, and fresh toppings piled onto a buttery crust.

    These pizzas come in foil pans that are safe for baking, but some online reviewers found that they liked the results better when using a metal pan. Also, at 9 inches in diameter, these pizzas are thicker than your average frozen pie and will take a bit longer to cook.

  • 08 of 09

    Best Pizza Dough: Rich Products Pizza Dough Ball

    If you're looking to make pizza at home but don't want the fuss of mixing and kneading your own dough, look no further than this frozen option from Rich Products. These 5-ounce balls of dough are easy to use: just let them thaw for about an hour and roll them out. Each dough ball is big enough to make a personal-sized pizza, or slightly bigger if you like your crusts thinner. For larger pizzas, just combine two dough balls.

    This dough is also versatile: you can use it for bread sticks, fried dough, calzones, and much more. If you're interested in making your own, read our easy recipe for homemade pizza dough.

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  • 09 of 09

    Best Non-Traditional: Tandoor Chef Margherita Naan Pizza

    Instead of using pizza crust, Tandoor Chef's Margherita Naan Pizza features hand-stretched naan that's baked in a tandoor oven. This pie's shape is also more oval than round, like a traditional naan, but it's still topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella and parmesan cheeses; it's also vegetarian and all-natural. Online reviewers described its flavor as mild, so if you’re looking for more of a punch, other varieties are also available.

    Looking to make your own naan? Check out our naan recipe.

Our Process

Our writers spent 4 hours researching the most popular frozen pizzas on the market. Before making their final recommendations, they considered 18 different frozen pizza overall, screened options from 14 different brands and manufacturers, read 8 user reviews (both positive and negative), and tested 4 of the frozen pizzas themselves. All of this research adds up to recommendations you can trust.