Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza Review

Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza

We love Lotzza Motzza pizzas so much that we’re on a kick to review every single version that exists. While we reviewed the smaller “Micro Brew” version of the Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni pizza before, we’ve not yet tried the big dog, the 12″ version (which, in reality, is probably closer to 14″).

Sure, it’s almost certainly going to be exactly the same, only bigger, but we’d be forsaking our journalistic duties if we just assumed that without actually trying both versions.

Aaaaaaaaaaannnnd…..

Well, yeah, as you may have guessed, we just needed an excuse to review this pizza again. We loved it the first time, and we were quite certain we’d love it a second time. So we picked one up for this review.

To cook one of these, simply preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit, then put the pizza in for about 21 minutes. We always use a baking sheet, even though the package says to place the pizza directly on the middle oven rack. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions straight of the package, check out the package scan at the bottom of this review).

Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza

Every Lotzza Motzza pizza features two major components: a thin, crackery, pub-style crust and an enormous portion of cheese — a half pound of mozzarella per pizza, if the packaging is to be believed. Both of these things are present here, and both of them are amazing.

There’s a third element that most Lotzza Motzza pizzas have, but not all of them: a slightly spicy red sauce. It’s a fantastic sauce that works really well with spicier meats, like pepperoni and sausage. Yes, that means it’s an absolute treat here.

Lotzza Motzza uses really high-quality meats, and their sausage is perhaps the best of all of their toppings (their pepperoni is nothing short of amazing as well). When all of these things come together, you’ve got a pizza that’s pretty much perfect.

Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza

Now the bad news. This pizza contains 400 calories per serving, and a serving is only 1/5 of a pizza. That means the full pizza contains 2,000 calories. If you eat half the pizza in a sitting, you’re looking at 1,000 calories. On top of that, the sodium is off the charts, with 960 mg per serving. That’s 4,800 mg per pizza, and 2,400 mg per half. Yikes.

The Lotzza Motzza Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza is more than a meal; it’s a work of art. We love this pizza so much, and we’re really happy that we got to review it a second time. We think you’ll love it too.

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 Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza