365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza Review

365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza

We love frozen pizzas here at Freezer Meal Frenzy, but the 365 Everyday Value brand’s pizza selection has been pretty underwhelming for us. The best pizza we’ve found in the lineup so far is the Individual Size Spinach & Feta Pizza, and even that had some flaws that left us feeling pretty bummed out. This is a bit strange, as 365 Everyday Value is a proprietary brand of Whole Foods, and if you’ve ever stopped into a Whole Foods for a slice of pizza to go, you know they make some quality stuff.

Today we’re checking out the 365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza. Will this be another frustrating pizza that misses out on its true potential, or will this finally be a big hit for the line? Let’s dig in and find out.

This pizza is described as having thin crust, but we’d say it’s thin-ish. We’re from Minnesota, where thin crust means thin crust. (The topic of “Minnesota-style” pizza is a controversial one, so we won’t get into it here except to say that one of the qualifications is an extremely thin crust.)

365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza

When we think of a supreme pizza, the toppings that come to mind are sausage, pepperoni, olives, and green peppers. This one has all of those — though the peppers are red and yellow instead of green — plus it adds Canadian bacon and red onions. There are, unfortunately, no mushrooms on this, which made us a little bit sad. Though we don’t necessarily expect mushrooms on a supreme pizza by default, we do appreciate them whenever we find them.

Lack of mushrooms aside, we do have to commend the folks at 365 Everyday Value for their generosity in the size of topping portions. This whole pizza is just covered with stuff, and unless you take miniscule, mouse-sized bites, it’s going to be difficult to take a single bite that has no meat or veggies in it.

Now, we should talk about this sauce. This sauce is extremely sweet. We often refer to pizza sauce as being sweet (think of like a Prego-style tomato sauce), but this stuff is sweet sweet. The sweetness actually mixes impressively well with the spiciness of the sausage and pepperoni, which is incredibly satisfying. However, when you get a bite without a spicy meat, the sweetness can be a little overbearing.

365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza

This is a full-size pizza, but unlike something from, say, DiGiorno, this pizza isn’t very filling. In fact, a person could gobble up a whole pizza in a sitting without too much trouble (though we don’t recommend it). The box claims this pizza contains three servings, but we’re going to have to say it maybe contains a serving and a half. Even half of this pizza will leave you feeling a bit hungry.

And that means this pizza is kind of a whopper in terms of calories. 340 calories isn’t extremely bad for a serving of food, though it is outside the realm of diet food. But the 1,030 calories of a full pizza is quite a lot. Eat responsibly.

The 365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza is very good. In fact, this is by far the best pizza we’ve sampled from the 365 Everyday Value line. The sweetness of the sauce can be a little overpowering and the calorie count is very high, but even so, this is a delicious pizza.

If you want to learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this frozen pizza, check out our package scans below.

365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza
365 Everyday Value Supreme Thin Crust Pizza