One of the things I like to keep in the freezer is a pizza. It’s great for those moments when you realize you need to go to the grocery store…at mealtime…and you just don’t have the energy to do it.
So, when I was offered the chance to try Culinary Circle frozen pizzas, I was excited to add a new meal trick to my repertoire. We got ours at the local Cub Foods.
OK, I just noticed some meatballs on that website and I want to find them!
Sorry, anyway we tried two different pizzas. The first one was the flat bread Chicken, Bacon, and Ranch. It was just OK. I’m not a fan of thin crust pizzas, so it”s really tough to win me over in this category. It wasn’t bad, but it didn’t really blow me away. One good thing. Paul is a picky eater and seemed to enjoy this pizza. I mean it does have bacon on it.
The other one we had was the Rising Crust Pepperoni.
It reminded me of a different brand that I enjoy. It was tasty and delightful. The pepperoni was just spicy enough and not overly greasy. The crust was soft and just chewy enough. It was easy to make. Just preheat the oven, drop the pizza onto a cookie sheet and voila! Dinner is ready. Or lunch, depending on when you make it…
I will definitely be putting this in our freezer on a regular basis.
I love thin crust, so the bacon ranch would probably be right up my alley!
You should be able to find them up in North Dakota. 🙂