Totino’s Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza Review

Totino's Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza

We’ve reviewed a bunch of Totino’s Party Pizzas in the past, but until very recently, we were unaware how deep this line actually stretches. We weren’t surprised to find staples such as triple cheese, pepperoni, and sausage in the Party Pizza lineup, but we didn’t expect to stumble upon the Totino’s Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza at our local grocery store. Sure, this isn’t a super crazy pizza (like some of the things we’ve tried), but it’s still further off the beaten path than we expected Totino’s to wander.

Call our curiosity piqued.

So we did what we always do when we make one of these discoveries: We picked one up, brought it home, and got cracking on a Freezer Meal Frenzy review.

Cooking this pizza is pretty simple. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees fahrenheit, then pop in the pizza for about 12 minutes or so. The instructions say to place the pizza directly on a the center rack, but we always use a baking sheet for pizza, and that works just fine here. You can also cook this in a toaster oven if you’d like to, though we opted for the standard oven for this particular review. (You can read the full cooking instructions straight off the packaging by checking out the package scans at the bottom of this review.)

Totino's Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza

Now, this has all the hallmarks of a Totino’s pizza: the saltine-cracker-style crust, the acidic-tasting sauce, and the meagre helping of cheese. None of these things are any different than they’d be on any other Totino’s Party Pizza.

The only thing that makes this pizza different is the meat. You’ve got cute little cubes of Canadian bacon here, which account for both the Canadian bacon and the ground pork that are listed in the title. The ground pork is a part of the bacon, is what we’re getting at, which makes it weird that it’s listed as something separate on the front of the packaging.

That said, this pizza actually has a smoky smell to it, due to the meat selection, so it’s a delight to cook. That smoky scent will waft into your kitchen, giving you an instant craving for smoked meat. As far as flavor goes, it’s pretty alright. It’s actually better than we were expecting it to be, though it certainly doesn’t hold a candle to Lottza Motzza’s Canadian bacon.

According to the packaging, half this pizza is a serving. It’s not a very big pizza (it’s almost twice the size of those rectangle pizzas you used to get in elementary school), so we think you’ll probably just eat all of it in a sitting. If you only eat half, you’re already up to 330 calories and 550 mg of sodium. That means a full pizza contains 660 calories and 1,100 mg of sodium. Yikes!

The Totino’s Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza is a pork-filled addition to the Totino’s family. We’re confused about the fact that it lists two meats on the bag and only contains one, but it’s a decent-tasting pizza for the price.

Oh yeah, we should point out here that we purchased this pizza for $1.25. For that low, low price, Totino’s will fill your belly with some low-budget pizza, and it’s hard to complain about that.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this Totino’s Party Pizza, check out our package scans below.

Totino's Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza
Totino's Canadian Bacon & Ground Pork Party Pizza