Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza Review

Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza

Ah! Another day, another pizza.

Lately, we’ve been happily chomping our way through Devour’s line of frozen pizzas. We love the Devour brand of frozen food, so our adventures in Pizzaland have been quite enjoyable. Today we’re continuing this trend and trying out the Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza.

This thing is a real monster to cook — it requires almost a half hour of baking time. When you factor in the time it takes to preheat the oven, then to let it cool enough to eat, it could be almost an hour before you’re eating this thing from the time you start the oven. If you’re going to heat up one of these bad boys, make sure you plan ahead. (You can see the full cooking instructions by checking out the package scans at the bottom of this article.)

But once all that cooking business is done, the pizza comes out looking fantastic.

Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza

This pie contains most of the stuff you would expect to find on a supreme pizza, like sausage, pepperoni, and green peppers. However, instead of the traditional red sauce, you’ve got a creamy garlic alfredo sauce.

This changes absolutely everything about this pizza. The creamy sauce mingles with the cheese to create one of the creamiest pizzas we’ve ever had. It’s a creaminess overload. Plus, the garlic alfredo sauce has a much smoother flavor profile compared to the more acidic one of a red sauce. It’s absolutely delightful.

Aside from the sauce, however, this is pretty much your standard supreme pizza. You’ve got balls of sausage, which we wish were bigger. The pepperoni is diced rather than sliced, and we think the tiny little cubes of pepperoni are much less fun than the traditional circles. This also means the pepperoni flavor is a bit muted.

The crust is unremarkable. It’s not bad, by any means, but it’s just sort of average for a frozen pizza. In fact, we think DiGiorno pizzas typically have better crust than this.

Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza

But even though we have a lot of nitpicks, this pizza is very, very good overall. The garlic alfredo sauce is the pizza’s core gimmick, and it’s gimmick that’s executed really well. The delectably creamy sauce is the stuff pizza dreams are made of.

We often say that Devour doesn’t mess around with diet-friendly food, and this pizza is a good example of what we mean by that. One sixth of a pizza contains 360 calories and 770 mg of sodium. One sixth! That puts half a pizza over 1,000 calories! That’s a whole pile of calories, so eat this cautiously.

The Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza is a bit of a one-trick pony, but its single trick is so delicious that we can’t hold that against it. We think this pizza is a tasty treat that you’ll find yourself craving for weeks once you’ve tried it. Just be careful about that calorie count — you certainly don’t want to make this an everyday meal.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this Devour frozen pizza, check out our package scans below.

Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza
Devour Creamy Garlic Supreme Pizza