Described as "crispy thin crust pizza topped with white chicken, bbq sauce, smoked gouda, mozzarella. red onions and cilantro." Upon opening the box I noticed the toppings were plentiful and pretty evenly spaced, and nothing seemed to have been dislodged from the frozen puck during shipping, always a plus. I decided to bake it on a pizza tray, despite the instructions saying to put it on the bare oven rack. I don't trust whatever my dad has been cooking in there to be in direct contact with my pizza crust, so I played it safe. After 13 grueling minutes the pie was finally done and I was ready to indulge. I sliced it up into 8 slices even though I planned on eating the whole thing and dug in. The BBQ sauce has a nice smoky taste and a bit sweetness to it, which is really compelmented by the red onions and cilantro. Im not a huge cheese fanatic so I can't comment on the quality of the gouda or mozzarella, but they definitely work well on this pizza. The crust baked up perfectly and had a nice crunch, without becoming a cracker. Im a fan of thin crust, so I might be a little biased on this, but for me the less crust the better. Lastly, the chicken is of pretty mediocre quality and is similar to those frozen tyson strips (or any frozen chicken). The plentiful bits still taste pretty good though and thats all that really matters. I topped the pie with a nice sprinkling of crushed red pepper (a tradition I practice on every pizza I've ever eaten), and the little bit of spiciness only added to this flavors appeal.
I purchased this on sale for $3.50 but I believe retail is usually around $7. If you can find it on sale I definitely recommend picking this up, but I'm not sure that I would shell out full price for it. It is very tasty, but its still a frozen pizza after all and for 7$ you could get a few slices and a drink down at your local pizzeria.
Macros (for full pizza). suggested serving size was 1/3 pizza btw