Frozen Pizza Review

Some days you just don’t feel like cooking. And some weeks, you have publicly committed to cleaning out your freezer and pantry, so you better hop to it.

Enter Archer Farms Baby Portobello and Caramelized Onion Pizza.

We used to keep a few frozen pizzas on hand, but ever since I made the mistake of mentioning the nutritional stats to Dave, they have not been seen by our freezer.

Fortunately, Archer Farms has come to the rescue by introducing a line of pizzas with relatively good nutritional stats (most of their pizzas are around 900 calories) and awesome flavors like Arugula & Tomato, Roasted Vegetable, Margherita, Eggplant Parmigiana, and the aforementioned Baby Portobello and Caramelized Onion.

I popped this in the oven for 13 minutes at 425, and spent my waiting time doing Bob Harper’s 15 minute ab workout. Killer.

But perfect timing!

I also used the rest of my spinach and fresh strawberries, some toasted almonds and balsamic vinegar to make a delicious salad.

Now there is balsamic vinegar.

And then there’s balsamic vinegar.

Tonight’s was the latter.

This bottle was a gift from Dave’s mom from World Market, and it is incredibly thick, potent, and decadent. I would not be horribly opposed if I was forced to take a bath in it. Just sayin’.

The pizza was crispy, light, and very flavorful. Not the most filling, but really quite good for a frozen pizza.

How was dinner?

Would I buy Archer Farms pizza again? Yes.


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