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20 Best DiGiorno Pizza Flavors to Try

DiGiorno is a frozen pizza brand just as well known for its pizzas as its iconic tagline, “It’s not delivery, it’s DiGiorno.”

This phrase implies that their pizza is just as good, if not better, than a fresh slice at your local pizzeria. Pretty bold, right?

DiGiorno offers many pizzas with plenty of different crust types, sizes, and toppings to choose from.

As a bit of a frozen pizza aficionado myself (not a flex, I promise), I am fairly well-versed in the world of DiGiorno pizzas.

Today, I’ll share with you my favorite DiGiorno pizza flavors.

So let’s get into it!

20. Supreme Stuffed Pizza Bites

I’m kicking off my list with the Supreme Stuffed Pizza Bites. These little guys are a hybrid between a Hot Pocket and a Totino’s pizza roll.

Each pocket is filled with melty mozzarella cheese, red and green bell peppers, onions, zesty marinara, Italian sausage crumbles, and pepperoni.

The crust is brushed with a garlic, butter, and herb blend.

Once cooked, the filling becomes soft and gooey while the outside is crispy and golden brown.

The serving size is three pieces, and each serving contains 210 calories.

19. Gluten-Free Pepperoni Pizza

Gluten-free pizza doesn’t have the best reputation. It can be flavorless and dense and sometimes taste more like cardboard.

However, DiGiorno’s Gluten-Free Pepperoni Pizza has been a game-changer for many gluten-free pizza lovers.

The crust on this pizza is thick and bready, almost focaccia-like.

It is topped with DiGiorno’s signature tangy marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni.

DiGiorno somehow manages to make its gluten-free crust’s texture similar to its regular crust.

It’s crispy on the outside and soft and bready on the inside.

A serving size is 1/5 of the pizza, and each serving contains 320 calories.

18. Four Meat Pizza With Thin Crust

I’m not the biggest fan of thin-crust pizza. I don’t hate it, but I’ll choose a medium or thicker crust over a thin crust every time.

That being said, DiGiorno’s Four Meat Thin Crust Pizza is delightful.

For anyone who likes thin crust, this will probably become one of your go-to frozen pizzas.

The pizza is topped with mozzarella cheese, sausage, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, and regular bacon.

They don’t skimp on the toppings here – you’ll get a good amount of each type of meat on your pie.

The crust is crispy and holds up well to all the toppings.

In fact, the whole pie is pretty crispy, from the toppings to the bottom of the crust, making it a texture lover’s dream.

There are about five servings per pizza, and each serving contains 310 calories.

17. Chicken Alfredo Pizza With Hand-Tossed Style Crust

We’ve made it to the first (but not the last) personal pizza on our list of the best DiGiorno pizza flavors.

The Chicken Alfredo Pizza is the perfect size for one person and can be easily popped into the oven, microwave, or even the air fryer.

This is a white pizza, so instead of red sauce, it features creamy alfredo sauce and is topped with mozzarella, parmesan, grilled white meat chicken, and parsley.

It has a lot of creamy, heavy ingredients, but they’re in such small portions that you won’t feel nauseated after eating.

I’ve seen some versions come with diced tomatoes on top and some without, so keep that in mind if it’s a dealbreaker for you.

The crust is a mini version of their hand-tossed crust, which has a medium thickness and great chew to it.

Each personal pizza contains 640 calories and 24g of protein.

16. Bacon Me Crazy Stuffed Crust Pizza

If you love bacon (like, love bacon), then I’ve got quite the pizza for you.

DiGiorno’s aptly named Bacon Me Crazy is made with a pizza crust stuffed with two and a half feet (yes, feet) of cheese!

In said crust cheese are little bacon bits.

On top of that crust are tomato sauce, mozzarella, applewood smoked bacon, and salami.

As you can tell, there’s pork all throughout this pizza.

If you love smokey, salty food, this pizza will be right up your alley.

The Bacon Me Crazy is one of the most flavorful pies on this list, and the little bits of bacon inside the stuffed crust add some texture and even more smokiness.

I honestly have no idea how to verify that their stuffed crust has 2.5 feet of cheese in it, but I’ll take DiGiorno’s word for it.

There are four servings in one pizza, and each serving contains 410 calories.

15. Ultimate Three Meat Fully Stuffed Crust Pizza

I actually prefer veggie pizza toppings to meat, but this is another meaty pizza that I couldn’t keep off our list.

What makes this pie so special is the full layer of melted cheese between the two layers of crust.

So, instead of the very outer edges of the pizza being stuffed with cheese, there are two separate layers with a sheet of cheese in the middle.

Yes, it’s a lot of cheese and bread, but DiGiorno is definitely onto something here!

The crust itself is flaky and light, so having two layers isn’t too crazy of an idea.

On top of the pizza is an assortment of meats: Genoa salami, pepperoni, and sausage.

The only caveat with this pizza is that you need to follow the instructions on the box carefully.

Thanks to all the layers, cheese, and toppings, it’s not hard to end up with a soggy pizza if you don’t follow the oven temperature and cooking times closely.

Each pizza contains six servings, and each serving contains 370 calories.

14. Double Pepperoni Fully Stuffed Crust Pizza

The Double Pepperoni Fully Stuffed Crust Pizza is like the pizza I described above, but this one is topped with double pepperoni.

It’s made with your classic circular pepperoni and a smaller diced version.

The use of crispy diced pepperoni adds a fun textural element you probably won’t be expecting.

If your favorite part of a pizza is the cheese and pepperoni, then it’s not going to get any better than this.

This pizza has a lot of cheese and pepperoni – the equivalent of two regular pepperoni pizza slices stacked on each other.

Like with the aforementioned Fully Stuffed Crust Pizza, be sure to follow the baking instructions carefully to ensure you don’t wind up with a soggy pie.

Each pizza contains about six servings, and each serving contains 370 calories.

13. Personal Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza

As you can tell by now, pepperoni is the most popular DiGiorno flavor by far.

This time, it comes on top of a personal stuffed crust pizza.

The crust is small in diameter but super thick and puffy.

The cheese stuffed inside the crust’s edges is super melty and gets stretchy when baked.

Like the other personal pizzas on this list, you can microwave it if you’re in a pinch for time, but I recommend using the oven if you want the pepperoni to stay crispy and the cheese to get golden and gooey.

One personal pepperoni pizza is 660 calories and contains 30g of protein.

12. Supreme Pizza With Hand-Tossed Style Crust

DiGiorno’s hand-tossed crust is one of its most popular crust types.

While there’s another crust I prefer (we’ll get to that soon), this style is a close runner-up.

The Supreme Pizza is topped with Italian sausage crumbles, pepperoni, red and green peppers, and caramelized onions.

The crust is chewy in some spots and crispy in others, which keeps things interesting with each bite.

I love the addition of caramelized onions on this pizza, which adds some sweetness to the pie that isn’t found on their other pizzas.

Plus, there’s a generous amount of each topping, so you’ll get at least one topping in each bite.

One pizza contains four servings, and each serving has 340 calories.

11. Four Cheese Pizza With Hand-Tossed Style Crust

Next up is another hand-tossed style DiGiorno pizza. This one is topped with a simple blend of four cheeses: mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, and romano.

Despite the description saying this is a thinner-crust pizza, I find it fairly thick and bready, but in the best way possible.

The cheese-to-crust ratio is on point here.

The addition of asiago and romano provides some sharp, nutty notes that aren’t found in your typical store-bought pizzas.

These two kinds of cheese elevate the pie and give it a deeper flavor depth, which I appreciate.

Each pizza has four servings, and one serving contains 300 calories.

10. BBQ Chicken Pizza With Hand-Tossed Style Crust

This personal-sized DiGiorno pizza replaces the signature tomato sauce with a tangy BBQ sauce.

Piled onto the crust are grilled white meat chicken, chopped red onions, parsley, and mozzarella cheese.

I love a BBQ chicken pizza occasionally, and this frozen version is surprisingly good.

Since the crust is hand-tossed, you’ll find it to be somewhere between thin and thick.

The toppings taste fresh (even though I know they’re frozen), and the BBQ sauce has the perfect balance between tangy and smokey.

The chicken chunks on top are pretty small, but then again, so is the pizza.

This isn’t quite like a CPK BBQ chicken pizza, but it’s close enough.

One personal BBQ chicken pizza contains 640 calories and 25g of protein.

9. Supreme Pizza Personal Size

This is a little pizza with a BIG flavor. It starts with a zesty marinara and creamy mozzarella.

It’s topped with mozzarella, sausage, pepperoni, green and red peppers, and onions.

The toppings all taste surprisingly fresh on this pizza, especially considering they’ve been frozen for at the very least a week or two.

The crust is hand-tossed style, so it’s somewhere between thin and thick and has a satisfying chew.

One serving is 380 calories, and there are two servings per pizza.

8. Supreme Pizza With Stuffed Crust

That’s right; another Supreme Pizza is making the list. This time, it’s on a stuffed crust.

The toppings on the Supreme Pizza with Stuffed Crust are slightly different from their other Supreme pizzas.

This one’s topped with sausage, pepperoni, red and green peppers, onions, and black olives.

I love black olives on my pizza, which is one of the main reasons this pizza ranked higher than the other Supreme pizza options.

Another reason is that stuffed crust. The cheese inside is melty and super stretchy.

Even though the crust is stuffed, only the outer edges have cheese in them, which makes it feel somehow light.

Each pizza contains five servings, and one serving contains 360 calories.

7. Three Meat Pizza With Stuffed Crust

DiGiorno’s Three Meat Pizza with Stuffed Crust is made with their signature tomato sauce, mozzarella, and a generous trifecta of meats: pepperoni, sausage, and beef.

If that doesn’t sound like enough meat and cheese for you, I have good news – the crust is stuffed with cheese and sausage crumbles.

The crust is fluffy and soft, while the meats are super crispy once baked in the oven.

The areas that aren’t covered in toppings are stuffed with cheese and sausage, so no real estate is left alone on this pie.

One serving is 1/5 of the pizza, and each serving contains 350 calories.

6. Three Meat Pizza With Croissant Crust

Alright, we’ve reached my favorite DiGiorno crust of all time – the croissant crust.

I could easily eat this crust with nothing on top of it, so the cheese, sauce, and meat are all just a bonus.

The crust is made of buttery, flakey, croissant-like layers.

It’s delicate and light while remaining sturdy enough to carry all that meat and cheese.

The meat on top of this pie is a mix of pepperoni, sausage, and ground beef.

One pizza contains about five servings, and each serving contains 410 calories.

5. Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza With Rising Crust

I like DiGiorno’s Sausage & Pepperoni Pizza with Rising Crust, not because it’s the most inventive pie they offer, but because it’s a pizza that will appeal to almost everyone.

The crust is a thick, bready base that rises as it bakes, hence the name.

The pizza is almost fully covered with cheese from side to side, and it bubbles up nicely as the crust rises in the oven.

The meats here have some smokey, salty goodness, and the pepperoni crisps up nicely as it’s baked.

One pizza contains six servings, and each serving contains 340 calories.

4. Four Cheese Pizza With Rising Crust

This is another one that many will love because it’s DiGiorno’s most simple, basic pizza.

When you picture a good frozen pizza in your mind, this is probably what you’re picturing.

The rising crust puffs up as it bakes, so you’ll get a thicker crust than your classic hand-tossed pizza.

Like the other four cheese pizzas on this list, this one is topped with mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, and romano.

When you eat a simple cheese pizza with a simple crust, I’ve found that you can taste and appreciate each ingredient, especially the sauce.

DiGiorno uses its signature sauce here (and on most of its pizzas), and it’s got the perfect balance of tang, zest, and sweetness.

Each pizza contains six servings, and there are 300 calories per serving.

3. Hawaiian Pizza With Rising Crust

Putting a Hawaiian pizza this high up on the list will seem blasphemous to some people, but I have to speak my truth.

DiGiorno’s Hawaiian Pizza is sweet, salty, and downright delicious.

This pizza has a rising crust, so it has a fluffy, bread-like texture.

It’s topped with their signature tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, pineapple, and Canadian bacon.

The pineapple here isn’t overly sweet or fake-tasting – it’s juicy and tastes fresh.

The Canadian bacon is smokey, and there’s just enough of it to balance out the pineapple’s sweetness.

I understand that some people are strictly against pineapple on pizza, but if you like it or are at least neutral about it, this DiGiorno pizza flavor will be a hit.

There are six servings per pizza, and each serving contains 280 calories.

2. Pepperoni Pizza With Croissant Crust

The Pepperoni Pizza with Croissant Crust is a classic frozen pizza on top and a completely different creation on the bottom.

On top of this pizza are DiGiorno’s signature sauce, mozzarella cheese, and slices of pepperoni.

The bottom is their signature Croissant Crust, which is super thick, fluffy, and buttery.

The layers of croissant extend throughout the entire pizza.

The outside that’s not covered in sauce and cheese becomes super crispy and golden brown when cooked, just like a regular croissant.

The chewy pepperoni compliments the delicate, light croissant crust here.

If you love pepperoni, this may just become your #1 frozen pizza of all time.

There are five servings per pizza, and each serving contains 380 calories.

1. Four Cheese Pizza With Croissant Crust

We’ve reached the best DiGiorno pizza flavor of all time!

The Four Cheese Pizza with Croissant Crust is the perfect mix of a classic pizza and a fun crust.

I know cheese pizza gets a bad rap for being boring, but this pie is anything but.

The four cheeses on this pizza are mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, and romano.

Most of the cheese is mozzarella, which gives the pizza that classic creaminess.

The parmesan, asiago, and romano add extra salt and umami flavor to keep things more interesting than your basic cheese pizza.

Once again, I can’t stress enough how fine I would be to eat the crust by itself!

It has tons of buttery, flaky layers, just like a real croissant, but it has more of a bready, savory feel.

I know this may sound controversial, but I prefer this frozen pizza to some fresh pies simply because of the croissant crust.

There are five servings per pizza, and each serving contains 370 calories.


There are dozens of frozen pizza brands available at your local grocery store, and DiGiorno is one of the most well-known brands.

Despite being frozen, most DiGiorno pizzas do a great job of tasting fresh once thrown in the oven.

Anything with a croissant crust will automatically have the edge as far as I’m concerned, but there’s something for everyone in DiGiorno’s lineup.

You can even get some pizzas from DiGiorno’s that you wouldn’t be able to get from your local pizzeria, like a crust stuffed with 2.5 feet of cheese or a pizza that’s essentially two pizzas stacked on top of each other.  

After all, it’s not delivery, right?

About the Author

Samantha Jenkins is a food writer and digital marketing manager with a passion for storytelling, perusing grocery store aisles, reading menus, and eating really good food.

In her free time, she enjoys baking, performing in musicals, and cohosting the East Coast Haunts podcast.

July 13, 2023