Not Delivery, But Not DiGiorno Either…

September 15, 2008 | By | Comments (1)

Palermo_pizza Being 7 months pregnant means that I’ve started resorting to frozen food dinners or takeout more than I’d like to admit.  However, this has provided an opportunity to thoroughly vett the frozen pizza selection at our local grocery store.  Though certainly not the healthiest option out there, frozen pizzas are a tried-and-true quick dinner that have proven to be a weeknight lifesaver for us.  We’ve even come to like them more than delivery, and frozen pizzas sure are cheaper!

We’ve tried cheese, pepperoni, supreme, thin crust, regular crust – everything.  (Well, except those delicious-looking exotic pizzas covered in things I can’t eat while pregnant, like feta cheese).  However, we keep coming back to one particular pizza: Palermo’s "Primo Thin" Ultra-Thin Crust Supreme.  Palermo’s Primo Thin line features a very thin crust that bakes to a nice crisp, which my husband and I both love.  The Supreme version is topped with pepperoni, bell peppers, onions, olives, and our favorite thing – Italian sausage.  There is just something about the smoky-sweet flavor of the sausage on this pizza that truly makes it a standout for us. Yum! 

Primo Thin comes in 12 different varieties, from Roasted Vegetable and Goat Cheese to Ham and Fire-Roasted Pineapple.  Our local store currently carries only three or four of these, but I’m hoping to see more in the future!

COMMENTS

  1. Kristen

    Dave and I consider ourselves connoisseurs of frozen pizza, so we will definitely check out Palermo’s! :)

    September 15, 2008 at 5:49 pm

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