365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza Review

365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza

We’ve been making our way through our most recent Whole Foods haul, reviewing items like the Rao’s Made for Home’s frozen lasagna. But what about the store-brand products? Well, we’ve got one of those for you today: the 365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza.

We should point out that we’ve reviewed 365 meals in the past, but the brand has since changed its name. It used to be called 365 Everyday Value, but now it’s called 365 Whole Foods Market. That was probably a smart choice, as it signals that this is indeed a Whole Foods item. And Whole Foods is a lot more recognizable than 365 Everyday Value.

Cooking this is simple. Just preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, then pop in the pizza for 15 to 18 minutes. We used a baking sheet, so ours took a few minutes longer, but nothing about this process is difficult at all. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions straight off the box, check out the package scans at the bottom of this review.)

365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza

We’re just going to say right away that this pizza is incredible. This is one of those rare frozen meals that does pretty much everything exactly right, and the result is a super-craveable pizza that we can’t recommend highly enough.

This starts with a really delicious thin crust, which isn’t crackery like some thin crusts but has a lovely warm-bread flavor to it. We love this crust so much!

From there, it adds a sweet tomato sauce — not sweet in the way that, say, Bellatoria’s pizza sauce is sweet, but in that authentic tomatoey way that you expect from Mediterranean-style pizza sauce.

But it’s the toppings that really do it for us. This pizza is covered in spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese, and Kalamata olives. The veggies taste fresh, and the feta cheese adds some of that Mediterranean zing.

We’re not huge fans of olives here at Freezer Meal Frenzy, but we can’t help but admit the Kalamata olives here are delicious. They have this almost sweet flavor to them, that’s followed by the super-salty olive taste, so eating one of these is a whole flavor journey in a single bite. We’re starting to think that these olives could completely win us over to Team Olive.

And this whole thing, of course, comes covered in mozzarella cheese. Sure, we will always take more cheese, so if you asked us to change one thing about this pizza, we’d load it up with more motzza. But because everything else tastes so good, we only noticed how small the cheese portion was because we were trying to find something to nitpick. This pizza is just so good, all-around, that the worst complaint we have is that it could probably use some more cheese. Probably. Maybe.

365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza

According to the box, 1/3 of this pizza is a serving size. If you stick with that amount, you’ll be at 300 calories and 910 mg of sodium. If you manage to eat the whole pizza in a sitting, you’ll be up to 890 calories and 2,730 mg of sodium. We don’t think that’s a completely unrealistic thing to do, because this pizza is pretty small. But at the same time, you’d have to be pretty gosh-darn hungry to want to eat this whole thing in a sitting. It’s doable, but we doubt most reasonable people will try.

The 365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza is an absolutely incredible frozen pizza that has to be tasted to be believed. This is most likely going to become a staple of our Whole Foods shopping trips. In fact, this is so good that it might have even changed our minds about olives!

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

365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza
365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza
365 Whole Foods Market Mediterranean Thin Crust Pizza
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