There are many great frozen pizzas, as of Oct2016, I have evaluated 27 frozen brands on taste and grams of food/point (obviously, if its great tasting, and you can eat more of it for less points....that's best!). Top 3 are at WHOLE FOODS.
In common: All have a great tasting crust....and are all wood-fired. By wood firing, crusts can have crunch outside, but are fluffy and moist inside. As a benefit, each of my choices all tout organic.
Found at WHOLE FOODS: The American Flatbread pizzas are great in terms of taste, especially their crust. The cheeses they use add depth. These pizzas are expensive for the category @$10, but a great taste all around. American flatbread- sliced tomato & 5 cheese is 18 grams/WW point. For more info:
Found at WHOLE FOODS, BETTER HEALTH STORE: Amy's pizza snacks. Lots of filling, not a lot of breading like Jenos brand. Great to munch on a couple while dinner is cooking!!
More info: www.amys.com/products/product-detail/snacks/000121
best pizza for value: Mandia pizza gold @$6. Great taste, great price, and reasonable points. Kroger no longer carries (oct17) ! But Whole Food does www.instacart.com/whole-foods/products/2699259-mandia-margherita-pizza-15-oz
Mandia Quattro formaggi is 17.5grams/WW point ; Mandia crust tastes very much like a restaurant (wood fired) and the cheese has a full body. You can build your own low fat pizza by adding vegetables or turkey sausage (additions not included in grams/point!). Manufactured in Italy with four different cheeses. They have used their points on both a great crust and great cheese vs. fattening toppings.
Half the pizza is 8 WW points. I recommend putting spinach, mushrooms, and Williams Sonoma pizza seasoning on it. YUM!
Coming in fourth/fifth:
Found at TRADER JOES : TJs org wood fired Sicilian style pizza at 22.7 grams/WW point. You get more food per point, but its got a spicy kick and just isn't as good.
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