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Jeno's Crisp 'N Tasty Cheese Pizza

Price: $.79
Rating: *** / *****

As I go down the freezer aisle, I am often saddened to see that companies like California Pizza Kitchen think it's okay to charge $7 for a frozen individual pizza. Is a chef going to come out of my box and cook it for me? Because that's the only way it could possibly be worth it. I'm not a man made out of gold(yet). So after minutes of mumbling and sulking, I'll go with cheaper alternatives. And when I say cheaper, I'm talking roughly 89% cheaper. That's where Jeno's comes in.

I already know what you're thinking, "Why review a cheese pizza, Ace? I know what a cheese pizza tastes like." Do you really? Well...maybe. But still, it's worth knowing that a 79 cent pizza-style product is worth eating. This particular one is actually pretty decent. The sauce is flavorful and keeps the pizza from feeling dry. It is rather mild, not too tangy, and doesn't have the bitter aftertaste many pizzas have. The crust is crispy, flaky, and chewy enough to make it interesting. Nothing special, but you get a good value for what you're paying for.

The edibility of the pizza is dependent on the method of cooking. The toaster oven is really the only way to go. Well, I guess you could deep fry it, but you would need to have a blood transfusion immediately after consumption if you wanted to live. A few minutes of 425 degrees will reward you with a crispy crust and cheese that is melted all around. If you've ever tried microwaving a pizza before, you know that the cheese on the outside resembles charred plastic and the middle is somehow colder coming out than it was going in. Don't be lazy...use your toaster oven.


Plus, the customization level is off the charts! Throw some mushrooms on. Mushroom pizza! Toss some pepperoni on that cheese. Pepperoni pizza! Grate some cheese on it. Cheesy cheese pizza. WOW!

They maybe cheap, but they sure do taste good. If they weren't so bad for me, I would probably eat one every day. I kind of think of them as a slightly more expensive, but significantly more tasty replacement for dried ramen.

I heard that if you stock up on this and ramen, the government puts you on a list.

I haven't tried this tasty delight but I Do lUV pizza!!

Jeno's Crisp 'n Tasty: ones with the crumbled sausage wheather supreme or sausage) is disgusting. Ones with sausage in any amount tast like I am eating rotten pigs under belly. Only ones you can eat and are good are the cheese and pepperoni. Only if the company themselves could try the ones with the sausage, they would know what I am talking about

Jeno's Crisp 'n Tasty: ones with the crumbled sausage wheather supreme or sausage) is disgusting. Ones with sausage in any amount tast like I am eating rotten pigs under belly. Only ones you can eat and are good are the cheese and pepperoni. Only if the company themselves could try the ones with the sausage, they would know what I am talking about

Jeno's is magical. Every flavor. Period.

OMG!! These are sooo good. I used to eat them almost daily when I was 10-11 yrs old. I completely forgot about these until I saw them while food shopping today. Ahh! Memories..love,love,love these. 3 stars??!! I give them A MILLION STARS! Lol you may think I'm exaggerating, but I am not - these are heavenly to me!! :)

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