Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza Review

Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza

We’re not sure where the “pineapples don’t belong on pizza” controversy started, but we’re very pro-pineapple-on-pizza here at Freezer Meal Frenzy. If that offends you at all, it’s only because you are wrong.

See, pineapple is a sweet fruit, which contrasts surprisingly well with salty toppings. So when you load up your pizza with extra-salty canadian bacon, you need something sweet to balance it out. That something is pineapple, and that is why Hawaiian pizza (which features canadian bacon and pineapple) is so delicious.

Whew, ranting about pineapple makes us hungry! It’s a good thing, then, that we’ve got the Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza here, just waiting to be reviewed.

If you, like us, have been baking frozen pizzas for years, then the Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza shouldn’t throw any curveballs at you in terms of cooking instructions. Simply preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit and pop the pizza in. We always use a baking sheet, and we find 21 minutes to be the magic number for cook time. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions, check out the package scan at the bottom of this article.)

Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza

As we mentioned in our opening rant, canadian bacon can be a saltier meat, and this stuff is no exception. The canadian bacon here is extremely salty — in fact, we’d be tempted to say too salty if the pineapple wasn’t there to offset the saltiness with a tropical sweetness.

But the pineapple is there, and it’s great. It’s not soggy (which can be a problem with frozen pineapple) and it has a great flavor.

As you’d expect from a Lotzza Motzza, this one has heaps of cheese on it. There are ooey-gooey gobs of it all over the top of this pizza. It’s quite satisfying.

All that said, we do have to point out that this isn’t the best pizza in Lotzza Motzza’s line. It’s certainly not bad — it’s lovely, in fact — we just think we’d rather eat one of their always-cravable supreme pizzas or even a nice mac and cheese pizza instead of this one. We think it’s the sauce. While Lotzza Motzza has a great sauce (it’s rich with just a tad bit of spiciness to it), we’re not sure it pairs as well with the Hawaiian combo as it does with your more standard vegetables.

Don’t interpret this the wrong way — too be clear, this pizza is still vastly superior to a lot of other options (such as the Archer Farms Hawaiian-Style Self-Rising Crust Pizza). We just don’t think it’s as good as Lotzza Motzza’s other offerings. This is a brand that sets the bar pretty high, after all.

Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza

This pizza is also loaded with calories. The package’s recommended serving contains 300 calories (90 from fat), but the recommended serving size is only 1/5 of a pizza. If you eat half of the pizza, that becomes 750 calories (225 from fat). On top of that, 1/5 of the pizza contains a whopping 860 mg of sodium, meaning a half pizza has 2,150 mg. Yikes!

The Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza is fantastic, but we do think it’s not quite as good as the other pizzas in this line. It’s not bad at all — it’s delicious, in fact. It’s just that Lotzza Motzza makes some of the best frozen pizzas out there, and this one sits somewhere just outside of that elite circle of frozen-pizza perfection.

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

Lotzza Motzza Hawaiian Pizza