Tombstone pizza has been satisfying frozen pizza eaters for years. Read about our Tombstone frozen pizza reviews.
This pizza has been a crowd favorite since it was founded in the 1970's. Known for its slogan "What do you want on your Tombstone", this frozen pizza has a reputation of being a decent pie.
We like the wide variety of pizzas in our house. Kraft, owner of Tombstone, has done a good job of keeping up with the changing tastes of pizza lovers by adding a nice variety of flavors, crust options and even some lighter, healthier options including wheat crust.
The pizza toppings are all the basic crowd-pleasers, so you won't find chicken, spinach, white sauce or anything out of the ordinary. For those, you might try California Pizza Kitchen's frozen pizza.
Priced at around $5, Tombstone is middle of the road in terms of price for frozen pizza. So, let's take a look at the selection...
addition to the variety of pizzas, Tombstone also offers a couple
different sizes which is a plus. Their pizza flavors include:
We thought it might be fun to compare Tombstone's Original Supreme pizza to DiGiorno's Supreme pizza in terms of fat and calories.
Serving Size: DiGiorno 155g / Tombstone 130g (so keep in mind our Tombstone pizza serving size is slightly smaller than DiGiorno
making for a slightly unbalanced comparison, but we're doing it
Since our DiGiorno serving size is slightly bigger, the comparison between the two brands is pretty comparable except for that pesky sodium number. We already know that frozen pizza and just about all frozen meals are high in sodium, but DiGiorno is really high. You might want to stick to the Tombstone pizza if you're watching your salt intake!
Bake on a cookie sheet.
it good pizza? Well, again...that's a matter of opinion. We'd love to
like that Tombstone offers a lower fat wheat crust option!