Totino’s Combination Party Pizza Review

Totino's Combination Party Pizza

If you’ve ever been broke, hungry, and craving pizza like nobody’s business, then you’re probably familiar with Totino’s frozen pizzas. And if you want to jam the most possible toppings onto one of these bad boys, the Totino’s Combination Party Pizza might be the pie for you. Yes, these come from the brand that makes everyone’s favorite pizza rolls, and they’re super cheap. At the time of this writing, Target has them listed at $1.39 per pizza.

With a pizza this cheap, the important question is not “is this good?” so much as “is this an acceptable meal for the price?” So that’s the question we’re going to try to answer today.

But first, we have to cook this. The cooking instructions are simple enough that virtually anyone could make these: simply preheat your oven to 450 degrees fahrenheit, put the pizza on a baking sheet, then pop it into the oven for 11 to 13 minutes. Easy.

Totino's Combination Party Pizza

The most recognizable feature of a Totino’s pizza is probably the soggy-cracker-style crust. Imagine making a pizza on a saltine cracker where the sauce has been sitting long enough to soak about halfway through the cracker, and you have a pretty good idea of what the consistency is here. There’s just a tiny bit of crisp to the very bottom of this crust, but it’s mostly a soft affair with a rubbery consistency that makes it tough to cut through with a fork.

On your typical frozen pizza — something from DiGiorno, for example — the shredded cheese should melt and lose some of the shredded look. That’s not what happens on a Totino’s pizza. The cheese just sort of holds its form, which gives the whole pizza an undercooked appearance.

As for the meat section, this pie earns its title by being a combination of the pepperoni and sausage pizzas from Totino’s. Like both of those pizzas, this one is scant in the meat department to the point where it hardly matters if you pick up a meat pizza or a simple cheese one. They’re all the same price, so as long as you’re not a vegetarian, you might as well pick up a meat option to maximize every penny. Just don’t expect there to be a substantial amount of meat. (If you’re a real meat enthusiast, DiGiorno and Devour both offer much better frozen offerings, though the prices are considerably higher for those.)

The calorie count here is not low. With 690 calories (and 1,390 mg of sodium) per pizza, this is clearly not made for dieters. This is built for those who need to cram some calories into their belly without spending a lot of money.

The Totino’s Combination Party Pizza is not a high-quality pizza, but the amount of flavor for the price makes it a worthwhile meal to pick up when you’re in a pinch. Even if you don’t love it, this pizza will certainly satisfy a pizza craving on a budget.

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

Totino's Combination Party Pizza
Totino's Combination Party Pizza