Oggi Caprese Pizza Review

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I needed a quick dinner the last time I was at Costco so I picked up this Oggi Caprese Frozen Pizza.

The box comes with two frozen pizzas and I paid $14.99 Canadian for the two pizzas, which isn’t cheap for frozen pizza in my opinion!

The pizza needs to be kept frozen and it’s done in the oven in just 18 to 20 minutes. This pizza can be jazzed up with a few additional ingredients or consumed as is! It’s gluten-free so if you have a gluten-free family member or friend this is a safe option to serve them.

1/3 of the pizza has 400 calories, 15 grams of fat, 59 grams of carbohydrates, seven grams of fiber, six grams of sugar, 13 grams of protein and 780 milligrams of sodium. A third of the pizza may seem like a lot but it’s really not a ton. I don’t ever expect pizza to be low in calories, fat, sodium or carbohydrates so I’m not at all surprised by the nutrition facts. I like that the pizza is made with extra virgin olive oil!

This pizza is tasty. I cooked mine for 20 minutes and it wasn’t as crunchy as I would have liked but I still ate it and liked it. I think I’d add additional ingredients next time, there aren’t a ton of toppings and the ones that are there are kind of distributed unevenly. This means some bites have lots of flavor and other bites are kind of bland. I like the pesto and bocconcini cheese, I just wish there was more of it. The crust stands out as one of the best parts, it doesn’t take gluten-free at all and is really tasty in my opinion.

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 2/10

Taste: 7/10

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Written by Natalie


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  1. I bought this pizza because l like a simpler style pizza which is more common in Italy. I wasn’t fond of it and discovered by accident that it was gluten free. I completely understand the need for gluten free products for individuals with certain health conditions but l will not be purchasing this product again, gluten gives pizza dough it’s characteristic “chewiness” which is lacking in this pizza.

    • Thanks for the comment Sue! To be honest I had no clue it was gluten free either! It’s really hard to make a good gluten free crust, so the only one I’ve had that actually tastes “normal” is the one from Score Pizza, it actually doesn’t taste like a disk of cardboard!

  2. We really like the Sabatasso gluten-free pizza – the crust is one of the best gf ones out there: thin and chewy with a nice flavour. We’re actually not gluten-free, we just particularly like it. It was on sale last week and we picked up a couple of boxes – highly recommended!

    • I’m with you on that Nancy, we usually have a few of those in the freezer and they’re quite delicious! Another great thing about those ones is that they’re relatively easy to cut in half when frozen, so you don’t have to cook the whole thing in one shot!

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