Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Deep Dish Mini Pizzas Cheese
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  • These mini pizzas don't exactly make up in flavor what they lack in appearance, unfortunately
  • I did eat them, but I didn't really feel as if they were worth the amount of money it cost me to buy them
  • There's something that seems off about the mozzarella flavor that I don't like and bothers me
  • I ate the mini pizzas and they filled me up when I added a salad and some garlic bread, but I definitely don't have the urge to go out and buy another box


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen Deep Dish Mini Pizzas Cheese variety look better on the box than they do once they are on my plate and I’m looking down on them. The cheese doesn’t look as smooth and comparable to a pizzeria-style pizza and the crust doesn’t come quite as golden brown. How a food looks though is not as important as how it tastes. These mini pizzas don’t exactly make up in flavor what they lack in appearance, unfortunately. I did eat them, but I didn’t really feel as if they were worth the amount of

      money it cost me to buy them. For two dollars and thirty cents, eight mini pizzas came in a package. The price and value seemed to be right, but the quality of the mini pizzas wasn’t.

      These mini pizzas seemed to be a little on the tough side. The crust wasn’t especially flaky and it required more chewing than I expected. The flavor of the crust was a bit pleasant, but the toughness of it made it difficult for me to enjoy the flavor. As for the real mozzarella cheese topping, it was cheesy, and mildly tasty,


      • but it had that distinct frozen pizza flavor that a lot of the cheap frozen pizza brands have, like Tony’s Pizza, where the cheese just doesn’t taste quite fresh or “right”. There’s something that seems “off” about the mozzarella flavor that I don’t like and bothers me. The pizza sauce was tasteless for the most part and mainly served to help keep the pizza from being too dry. There was a little tomato flavor, but it was pretty insignificant and there didn’t seem to be any seasonings or herbs mixed in with the sauce to give
        it an extra flair that was very much needed.

        These deep dish mini pizzas could have been better if the crust wasn’t as tough and chewy and the sauce was richer and the mozzarella cheese better resembling the shredded mozzarella that can be bought in grocery stores. I ate the mini pizzas and they filled me up when I added a salad and some garlic bread, but I definitely don’t have the urge to go out and buy another box. They weren’t satisfying enough in flavor or texture for me and so, I’m rating these mini pizzas a “4″ rating.




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