Totino’s Supreme Party Pizza Review

Totino's Supreme Party Pizza

It’s been a tough winter for a lot of folks, and the Freezer Meal Frenzy staffers are no exception. One of the ways we’ve been coping is by eating way too much frozen pizza. And that led us to re-evaluate the Totino’s line of frozen pizzas, because they’re cheap, easy to cook, and relatively tasty.

The “relatively” part of that last sentence is important here. At the time of this writing, you can purchase a Totino’s Party Pizza at Target for $1.39. That’s so incredibly cheap that you might expect these pizzas to taste awful. But they’re not awful. Sure, they’re certainly no gourmet food, but they’re pretty darn good for the price.

They’re also perfect for those low-energy days when you need to eat something but don’t feel much like spending a lot of effort or money.

So today we’re checking out the Totino’s Supreme Party Pizza, which we’re a bit surprised we hadn’t reviewed before today. We suppose that in our heads, our memories of the Combination pizza and the Supreme pizza rolls (both of which we did review) sort of blurred together.

Anyway, this is easy enough to bake. Simply preheat your oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, then pop the pizza in for about 12 or 14 minutes. We cooked ours on a baking sheet, which the instructions claim will lead to a softer crust. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions straight off the box, check out the package scans at the bottom of this review.)

Totino's Supreme Party Pizza

With Totino’s pizzas, the cheese never really seems to melt or get stretchy. It just sort of solidifies into a textured blob of thin gunk. It’s not great. The most obvious way to improve a Totino’s Party Pizza is to add a better cheese — with a more generous cheese portion. You can always add some mozzarella if you have some on hand.

The Totino’s version of Supreme pizza omits things like olives and mushrooms. The only veggies here are onions and bell peppers, and those are diced up pretty small. This is mostly a meat pizza, which means it’s not all that different from the Combination Party Pizza.

But really, it’s the crust that really makes it obvious that this is a Totino’s pizza. Totino’s pizzas have that really odd crust, with a crispy yet spongy consistency and an almost sweet flavor. It’s an unmistakable quality that’s unique to Totino’s. While we have compared some other pizza crusts to Totino’s, none of them are an exact match for this stuff. It’s the telltale crust.

This pizza is not made for dieters. With 700 calories per pizza, you’re going to want to hit the gym after scarfing down one of these bad boys. The sodium is pretty scary too, with 1,440 mg of sodium per pizza. Yikes.

The Totino’s Supreme Party Pizza is a low-budget classic. It’s not amazing, but you really can’t beat the price. If all you want is the cheapest frozen pizza you can find, then this is almost certainly what you’re looking for. As something you can pick up for just over a buck, it really isn’t bad.

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 Supreme Party Pizza
Totino's Supreme Party Pizza