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First posted…today! My first straight-to-MannVsPizza post!
Another good find, this one from Target! Similar to the American Flatbread brand both in taste and quality. Also similar in price, but more on that later. I love the cheese! Tasty, gooey, thick. I don’t know if it’s the herbs baked into it or the cheese itself (probably both), but the flavor is so deliciously strong it is basically a piece of melted cheese on a carb-based delivery device.
The price – unfortunately – is a problem. I paid $6.99 for a 7.6 oz pie. That’s $.92/oz. That’s the highest price/oz I’ve seen. It’s closest competitor is American Flatbread, which rings in around $.64-$.70/oz depending on the toppings. $.92/oz is also nearly 3x than $.32/oz; the average per ounce cost of all pizzas I’ve sampled so far.
I prefer the taste of American Flatbread’s 17% larger but 14% cheaper offerings, so Full of Life loses the “Best Frozen Flatbread” war for now. However, it still tastes great and I plan on trying the other flavors so see if maybe there’s one that completely wows me. Give it a shot if you don’t mind the price tag!
Purchased at Target for $6.99. 7.6 oz, $.92/oz. 9 out of 10!
Originally posted 7/3/2015. This was exciting to try. Very unique concept I forgot all about. I’ll purchase another one soon.
Really good! The cheese had a unique taste to it. The only negative is that it was a little too strong and greasy. I only ate half in one sitting. I usually eat 3/4 or the whole thing when trying a new pizza.
Purchased at HEB for $6.98. 18.50 oz, $.38/oz. 9 out of 10!
Originally posted 6/28/15. Again, a lot of these earlier reviews were very short.
Kind of like Digiorno but much less sauce, less cheese, higher quality.
Purchased at HEB for $5.86. 16.20 oz, $.36/oz. 7 out of 10.
Originally posted 6/24/15. I’ll give this one another shot again someday now that I have a new oven.
Tried this tonight. I might have actually eaten one a year ago. Not bad, but pretty forgettable. I speculate that deep dish pizzas are more difficult to perfect when cooked frozen due to their thickness.
Purchased at HEB for $5.98. 32 oz, $.19/oz. 5 out of 10. A lot of food per dollar!
Originally posted 6/20/2015. The is my first true Facebook repost. I’ve only got about 37 or so of these to post…
Tried this today. Almost as good as Dr. Oetker. About 4x as thick (Dr. Oetker pizzas are very thin). I’ll probably try Bon Appetit’s other varieties someday.
Purchased at HEB for $4.98. 15.40 oz, $.32/oz. 9.5 out of 10!