May 25, 2012

Frozen Friday: DiGiorno - Traditional Crust Three Meat Pizza

DiGiorno's Traditional Crust Three Meat Pizza offers a thick-crust, mini pizza topped with pepperoni, sausage, and "beef pizza topping." The pepperoni and sausage are made with pork, chicken, and beef AKA what is typically called "meat."

It's normally $3.99 for a 9.4-ounce pie, but I picked this one up for $2.00 on sale.

I'm not sure I can tell the sausage from the beef. I guess, considering that the sausage also has some beef in it, it doesn't make that much of a difference, but it really makes it more of a two meat pizza... maybe two and half.

You don't get an abundance of meat on the pizza, but there's enough to keep it decent. The pepperoni and sausage add a fair amount of seasoned flavor but not too much texture; no crispness from the pepperoni or coarse meaty texture from the sausage.

The crust doesn't quite taste fresh-baked; it's more like a thick disc of slightly chewy, warm bread. Nothing to write home about, but not awful either which is pretty much the same for the pizza as a whole as well.

I would definitely choose their stuffed crust version over this one.

DiGiorno actually lists a serving as half a pizza, but I don't imagine many people will be sharing one of these so I'll just list the nutrition for the whole pizza.

Nutritional Info - DiGiorno Traditional Crust Three Meat Pizza (266g)
Calories - 700 (from Fat - 280)
Fat - 31g (Saturated Fat - 11g)
Sodium - 1280mg
Carbs - 80g (Sugar - 11g)
Protein - 25g


  1. Hmm... they probably realized they might not have as much success trying to market "two and a half meat pizza".

    Then again, you never know...

  2. Where's the disclaimer proclaiming "Slime-free"?

  3. Nick RovazziniMonday, May 28, 2012

    I think the three meats stand for the variety of meat not the variety of animals used in creating said meat.


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