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Our latest road test? Finding the best frozen pizzas out there. These will make you think you’re at your local pizza joint.

Amy’s Margherita Pizza

The classic combination of slow- simmered tomato sauce, mozzarella, and basil on this crispy thinner-crust pie tastes incredibly fresh.

To buy: $10;

Freschetta Naturally Rising Crust Pepperoni

The pepperoni has a mildly spicy kick that melds deliciously with the mozzarella and provolone cheeses. The crust rises as it bakes for a fluffy yet crispy bite. Bonus: It’s preservative-free.

To buy: $7 for 27.35 oz.;

Newman’s Own Supreme Thin and Crispy Pizza

An earthy multigrain base stands up to a scrumptious combo of Italian sausage, uncured pepperoni, sliced onion, and bell peppers in every color.

To buy: $6.50 for 17 oz.;

Whole Foods Market Marinated Grilled Vegetables on Wheat Flour Crust

This wood-fired pizza is fully loaded with broccoli, asparagus, grilled eggplant, peppers, and zucchini. With a smoky touch 
 from the cheese, each bite 
 had us wanting more.

To buy: $6 for 13.4 oz.;

Daiya Pepperoni Style Pizza

The “pepperoni” (made of mushrooms and pea protein) and generous layer of melty nondairy cheese had meat-and-cheese lovers fooled.

To buy: $10 for 16.7 oz.;

California Pizza Kitchen Gluten-Free BBQ Chicken

It’s hard to tell the crispy crust is gluten-free—
which gives it an A+ in our book. The sweet sauce, smoked Gouda, and grilled chicken get high marks too.

To buy: $8 for 10.7 oz.;

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