Red Baron Pizza vs. Delivery Challenge
We have been eating Red Baron Pizza for years. I think compared to other frozen pizzas; Red Baron is most like delivery pizza. Red Baron was one of the first on the market to have a thick rising crust, which I love. Recently Red Baron asked me to take part in the Red Baron Pizza vs. Delivery Challenge to see which I like best. The results are exactly what I thought they would be. Red Baron could not be beat for price and speed, and as for taste, well let’s just say that we weren’t disappointed with Red Baron Pizza.
I live in Chicago, so any frozen pizza is going to have a hard time beating out the taste of what I can get in my home town. Chicago is known worldwide for having the best pie on earth, and that reputation is very well deserved. I decided when I took the Red Baron Pizza Challenge it would be unfair to base my review on a home town delivery place where taste was concerned. So I chose a chain that I know is national to be as fair as possible. However, Red Baron won hands down every time price and time where concerned. A good delivery home town pizza place in Chicago is going to charge anywhere from $25.00 to $65.00 for a large pizza depending on what you have on it. Red Baron’s equivalent to a large delivery pizza will cost roughly $18.00 at my local grocery store. Plus I had it hot and ready to eat in 12 minutes (I have a convection oven). Delivery can’t touch that.
When we tasted the National Chain delivery pizza and compared it to the Red Baron pizza we really could not find anything about the delivery pizza that made it so special we needed to spend the extra time and money to have it. Compared to Red Baron, the national chain was comparatively the same as far as taste goes. We really enjoyed the Red Baron Pizza and my son said he’d take that for his lunch any day of the week over the other. This combined with the cost savings and the time makes Red Baron Pizza the challenge winner in our family’s opinion.
*I received media sample. All opinions are my own.