The golden age of frozen pizzas is finally here. From upgraded ingredients (like feta cheese and roasted garlic) to diet-friendly recipes (cauliflower crust, anyone?), today’s ready-made pies are definitely not the cardboard-flavored varieties served up in your childhood. If you haven’t taken a look around, our freezer aisle is packed with the best frozen pizza for you and your family, which means dinner is a snap to pull together any night of the week.
What makes a frozen pizza healthier than the take-out from your local pizzeria? It starts with the recipe. With an eye towards nutrition, our favorite brands load up on quality ingredients without sacrificing flavor.
From bean and cheese burritos to hearty lentil soup, we can always rely on Amy’s Kitchen for quick, healthy, and preservative-free meals on days we need some extra help in the kitchen. Their pizza line is our newest obsession thanks to non-GMO veggies, dairy sourced from hormone-free cows, and enticing flavors that have something for everyone.
Neapolitan pizza is on the menu—no takeout required. Inspired by childhood trips to Italy, this pie features a thin and crisp crust that’s scattered with fresh toppings like organic tomatoes, basil, and two types of cheese: mozzarella and Parmesan.
“This pizza cooks up great! The ingredients are all pure organic, so I feel good feeding this quick food to myself and family.”
Keep it classic with a slice of Amy’s cheese pizza made with a wheat flour crust, organic tomato sauce, herbs, spices, and grated mozzarella cheese.
“This is by far the best cheese pizza you can make out of a box. It’s super tasty and has natural ingredients so you don’t have to feel bad about indulging every once in a while. My favorite!”
Bring on the veggies (and 12g of protein per serving) with Amy’s savory spinach pie topped with organic greens, salty feta, creamy mozzarella, and basil.
“Being a veggie lover my entire life, I am very grateful that Amy’s offers this organic spinach version. The crust is delicious, especially fresh out of the oven. 5 stars!”
Vegans don’t have to skip out on comfort food thanks to this dairy-free recipe. It starts with a hand-stretched crust that’s topped with diced tomatoes, Italian-style sauce, fragrant basil, and plant-based mozzarella cheese.
“This by far is my favorite vegan freezer pizza. Amy’s always knocks it out of the park!”
Thrive Market members have spoken, and their love for frozen pizza runs deep. Here’s a look at seven more picks from the best frozen pizza brands you can’t get enough of.
Their name says it all. Against the Grain is known for grain- and gluten-free eats like breads and pizzas. This brand combines artisan baking techniques with naturally GF ingredients to stabilize, bind, and leaven its breads.
In 2014, Banza started out as a gluten-free pasta alternative made from chickpeas, and we’re happy to report the line has expanded to include pizza. Just take it from Monique in North Carolina, who says, “this never fails to satisfy my pizza cravings. Super yummy with ingredients I can understand!”
Cappello’s has perfected almond flour everything. From pizza to pasta, their creations are nutritionally balanced, made with real food ingredients, and always mouthwatering.
Tattooed Chef is obsessed with plant-based eating, sustainably sourced ingredients, and bringing vibrant flavors to every home kitchen. The brand’s hands-on approach means farm-to-table recipes like family-friendly pizza are always ready in a snap.
It’s always best to follow any instructions on the box, but here are a few tips we keep up our sleeve to make the most of a frozen dinner.
For a complete meal, use the time you’re saving by warming up a frozen pizza to put together a quick and healthy side dish.
Serve this gluten-free and paleo-friendly hummus with all the fixings, like crunchy carrots, radishes, and cucumber.
Delicate Brussels sprouts leaves are extra craveable when tossed with salt and vinegar. Bonus: they only need to roast for 7 to 10 minutes.
Salad is extra exciting with the addition of smoky flavor from the grill. Prepare this side indoors or out—romaine is a sturdy green that can handle the heat, and a creamy avocado-lime dressing brings out extra flavor.
These cumin-spiced sweet potato chips make the perfect side. Just plan ahead: the chips need at least 20 minutes in the oven, and can cool down (and crisp up) while you bake the pizza.
For a green addition to your plate, this umami-inspired side is a winner. It’s made with coconut aminos, nori, and sesame, and you can sub in regular broccoli if you can’t find broccolini.
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