8 Ways to Improve Frozen Pizza

It’s true: Frozen pizza really can taste as good as delivery…and it can be hot and ready to eat in way less time than delivery. It’s not great to make a habit of eating frozen pizza, but when you need a quick, cheap fix, it can be just what the doctor ordered. And I’ve got some tips to make it even better. 

1. Add Extra Cheese

Add some gourmet cheese or really good parmesan or mozzarella for the last 10 mins of cooking…after all, the cheese is the best part, right? 

2. Add Toppings

You can add traditional toppings like pepperoni and olives, or unique toppings like crispy kale and feta. You can add fresh veggies or tomatoes, or you can top with leftover ham or chicken and herbs for a unique twist. Or our favorite combo: pineapple and jalapeños. 

3. Upgrade the Crust

Brush garlic-infused olive oil or melted butter with garlic powder and a little Italian seasoning on the crust for the last few minutes of cooking. Or you can brush EVOO on the crust before you begin baking if you like a darker, crispier crust. You could even rub some raw garlic on the crust after baking for extra garlic flavor. Technically, the crust could be an impromptu round of garlic bread…way better than plain ole’ crust.

4. Turn It Into a Salad

After cooking, top with arugula, olive oil, and lemon juice, or romaine and caesar dressing for a salad pizza. The picture above does not have salad on it, but I couldn’t find one with salad on it…wasn’t in a healthy mood 😛 

5. Cook Directly On the Oven Rack

This will give you a crispier crust than if you used a baking sheet or pizza stone. 

6. Let the Oven Get Hot

Preheat your oven for a crispier crust. You can also leave it under the broiler for about 30 seconds at the end. You can also use a fork to poke holes in the bottom of the crust so that steam can escape and give you a crispier crust.

7. Top with even more parmesan and chili pepper flakes

When you do order pizza delivery, ask for extra little packets of parmesan and chili pepper flakes, and then horde them in an overstuffed condiments’ drawer for moments like these 😉 

8. Have a Sharp Cutting Wheel

You can use pizza scissors for quick cutting, or use your trusty pizza wheel. Just make sure it’s sharp with something like the KitchenIQ Wheel Sharpener. That way, you can quickly get sharp, perfect cuts for even pizza slices with all the toppings and cheese staying on each slice.

KitchenIQ Pizza Wheel Sharpener

• Ceramic sharpening rods quickly realign and polish the edge of most styles of pizza wheels.
• Easy to use, simply roll through the sharpening stones a few times.
• The non-slip bottom provides stability when sharpening.
• Use to sharpen pizza wheels for use on pizza’s and pastries.

What are your favorite ways to doll up frozen pizza?

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