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Red Baron Brick Oven Crust Pizza Review

Pizza.
Who doesn't love it?
It's easy, versatile.

Frozen pizza.
Who doesn't love it?
Yea, it can get a bad rap.

Well not Red Baron Brick Oven Crust Pizza.



I tried the Cheese Trio.  It did not disappoint.
Usually I am a thick crust type of gal.  I might be from the Philly area but I love a good Chicago style deep dish.  The shame I feel is unreal, but I digress.

Red Baron was so crispy & gooey.
Look at it fresh out of the oven:



Look at all the cheese.
The serving per person is 1/4 slice.
Which, if you are doing Weight Watchers like myself, is 9 points a slice.
A bit high but it's worth it.

You can see the seasoning on the slices.



Both Cheeks and I devoured the pizza.
The sauce was great and just enough.  I do like a lot of sauce.

If I were you I'd totally take home a Red Baron Brick Oven Crust pizza and keep it for those nights you just don't want to cook.  Pair it with a nice salad and you have yourself a great meal.  Not to mention, it's less than $4.00 a pie at Walmart (here is Jersey that is!).

Tell me, what is your fave pizza topping?

*Disclaimer: I received free product to facilitate the review.  All opinions are 100% mine.


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