Say goodbye to waiting 45 minutes for delivery! Our staff tried around 30 frozen grocery store pizzas, and these are the five they say taste the most like a hot slice fresh from the delivery box!
two frozen pizzas sliced
Photography by Kate Mathis
| Credit: Photography by Kate Mathis

Newman’s Own Four Cheese Thin & Crispy Pizza

We loved all Newman's Own pies ($5.79), but the four-cheese blend was our fave, thanks to nice hits of garlic and onion. Plus, 100 percent of profits go to the Newman's Own Foundation, benefitting thousands of charities worldwide.

Table5 Mushroom Crispy Cornmeal Crust Pizza

What most impressed us about this pie ($7.99), was its crispy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside cornmeal crust—but the three types of 'shrooms and two kinds of mozzarella cheese didn't hurt.

Trader Giotto’s Parlanno Pizza

Here's another item to add to your must-buy list at Trader Joe's. This pie ($4.99), is packed with toppings (pepperoni, sausage, peppers, onions, and more) on a just-right crust (imported from Italy!).

Kirkland Pepperoni Signature Thin Crust Pizza

Nearly every frozen pizza brand offers a pepperoni pie, so this was a tough category. But Costco swept the competition with its flaky crust and a taste that reminded us of delivery in the best way possible. The pizzas ($11.99), come in boxes of four, making it perfect for parties.

Sweet Earth Veggie Lover’s Pizza

Known for its globally inspired vegan burritos, Sweet Earth also makes pies that are essentially fresh, warm salads over crust. The Veggie Lover's ($6.99), cornmeal-carrot-chia crust is buried under a pile of corn, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, mushrooms, and onions.