Categories: Frozen Food, Pizza.
Lena – September 29, 2015:
I have mixed feelings about this pizza. The meat came in a separate pouch to be added later. The pizza itself was pretty good, but it didn’t go so well with the meat, given that they were heated separately and placed together later. I don’t think I’d buy it again given that — if it came with the meat already on the pizza it would be better.
Anonymous – November 21, 2017:
My favorite of TJ’s frozen pizza’s. Love that the prosciutto is added at the end so this it is warm but not dried out.
ann – August 10, 2018:
I love this, but without the prosciutto. I save the meat for sandwiches or other use later on. The meat is separately and well packaged and keeps a long time in the fridge.
Niko – July 21, 2019:
I don’t really understand why you’re supposed to add the prosciutto separately. I’d put it on before putting it in the oven, but it’s a hassle to have to open the package ahead of time in order to defrost it. But that aside, I really like the flavors of this flatbread. It’s a nice option to have so that I don’t get burnt out on pizza. I really love the cheese on this flatbread in particular. It melts just beautifully in the oven.
Jack – October 29, 2019:
Despite quality ingredients, flatbread tastes pretty bland. Extremely savory with little acidity, sweetness, or freshness to balance.
Wonderful smell of baking bread when cooking. The crust is thicker than you would expect from a “flatbread,” but is pretty accurate to the box.
Burrata cheese is decent–very mild. Good quantity and melt.
Arugula flavor is faint.
Lack of sauce is glaring, but I knew that before buying.
Prosciutto portion is very generous. Didn’t mesh well with the other ingredients, though. Strong savory pork flavor with no sweet/fresh elements like tomato or bell peppers to balance it out.
Grab a good marinara sauce and dip away. Would be great if you add arugula and balsamic on top.
Not that bad