This past week I got a chance to try two types of Ristorante Frozen Pizza. We picked up the Mozzarella, and the Speciale.
This is after they came out of the oven (they cook directly on the rack, not on the cookie sheets, I just used the cookie sheets for cooling).
Both were quite tasty, and I really enjoyed the thin crust. They were, however, on the small side. The pizzas are more like a typical individual sized pizza, even though there are supposed to be 3 servings in the box. To compare, 2 of us can split a Red Baron pizza (at 19.7 oz) with 3 slices each and that makes a full meal for us. The Ristorante pizzas are only 11.5 oz, so we ended up eating a whole pizza each (we split them, half and half) as a meal.
Here's a photo that hopefully shows the size of the slices.
The Mozzarella could use a little more red sauce, but had sufficient seasoning, tomatoes and spinach. The Speciale had plenty of pepperoni and ham toppings.
I also wasn't really loving how they cooked directly on the oven rack. The instructions say not to use a cookie sheet, but this makes it a little more difficult to get them out of the oven (using a spatula to move them onto your plate or cookie sheet when done) than the pizzas that let you cook right on a cookie sheet. I think an option might be to preheat the oven with the cookie sheet inside, and then cook on that.
I would buy these again if they were on sale or I had a coupon. It is a little hard to justify these over the larger Red Baron pizzas.
Disclosure: I received a product sample, coupon, collateral or other special premium from BzzAgent.