11 Healthiest And Unhealthiest Frozen Pizzas

No matter how astute you are in the kitchen, admit it, at some point or another you've popped a frozen pizza in the oven. You can't help it. They are quick, they are easy, and (sometimes) just downright tasty. Frozen pizzas save us time when we are running late, fill us up when we are too tired to cook, or are our favorite nostalgic comfort foods.

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While there are seemingly hundreds of brands piled in the freezer aisle at the grocery store, you know you have a favorite go-to frozen slice. While this should definitely not be a regular part of your diet, if you are going to indulge, you probably want to eat the one that is at least a little less sinful.

Never fear, we have a list for this too! We took a look at some of the most popular frozen cheese pizza and pit their nutrition labels against each other in the ultimate fight for title of the healthiest frozen pizza. We took into consideration their serving size and total package caloric value as well as its total fat. Household names like DiGiorno's and classics like Tomstone werre put to the test against compamies perceived as "healthier" like Whole Foods and Trader Joe's. We then put them in order from unhealthiest to healthiest for your decision making convenience. And you may just be shocked to learn where brands like Amy's and Ellio's landed on our list!

So before you settle for a less than nutritious meal, consider all of the frozen options out there. You may be surprised to learn what actually isn't all that bad for you. So go ahead, revert to your college years — only this time make your frozen pizza choice based on its nutritional value, and not the amount of change you found in your couch.