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June 28, 2020Reviewer: Marlene in New York* Noticed there was an after taste.....but it was great and served the purpose...
June 26, 2020Reviewer: Val in Maine* I have ordered the crusts a couple of times. I've tried to doctor them many different ways. I did find the review with the cooking directions very helpful, as there are none on the package. They are a bit dry, a bit crispy..so don't overcook. A half crust loaded with favorites is really quite filling...adding a salad and bam! Ez supper. Has no overtly odd taste, that I can see..but is not yr normal pizza crust either. A little thinner and not chewy. I put a little oil and garlic salt on for the first heating(10 min at 350) and then top and cook for another 10 or so. I will keep buying them. I also make something pizza-like with a large wrap. So, for approx 2$ per half crust, it's worth trying..not awful. :)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulFebruary 27, 2020Reviewer: Melvin in New York* The package does not provide instructions for preparation. I contacted Chompies and they provided the following: 1. Preheat the oven to 375. Cook the frozen crust for 5 minutes. Let the crust cool for 5 minutes and then cook with your toppings at 400 for 10-15 minutes.
I would suggest you start the final step at 10 minutes and then check before cooking any longer. I cooked the pizza for 12 minutes and found that it was overdone to my taste. That said, I will try these again cooking them less. While they don't taste exactly like pizza to me, they are a good substitute.