Bon Appétit Artisan Pizza

August 4, 2015
*Disclosure - I was provided this product from BzzAgent to facilitate this review. All opinions are mine.*

It's Tuesday again, the day I feature something that is food related and is not a recipe. My first Tuesday post I highlighted the up and coming Khiah of Gotta Have Khiah, today I am featuring a new addition to my kitchen Bon Appétit Artisan Frozen Pizza.

Let's be honest sometimes the time to fix a meal is short or non-existent. Sometimes you are just too tired to stand in the kitchen for a long period but you would still like a meal that is tasty and satisfying. On a few occasions, I have tried having some frozen pizzas on hand so that I can grab and go or relax then eat.. but they haven't always worked out that well.

The option to try Bon Appétit's pizza was welcoming, but I was cautious. Fresh pizza taste? Thin crust? Frozen pizza? Not sure how this was going to be any different from the others I ended up not eating all of it, but I was ready to give this mozzarella & pesto pizza a chance.

This artisan pizza has a thin crust so you are able to get the full taste of the ingredients, which I like. Since it's thin crust I always feel like wine is much better for this type of pizza versus a deep dish that needs more like a beer.

I greatly appreciated that the ingredients were evenly spread on the pizza so every bite was equally tasty.

This pizza was really good. If I didn't know better I would easily think I made this fresh at home with pesto and tomatoes I made and sliced myself. 

I know sometimes we pair pizza with salads. I never really ever do that. What kind of salad goes well with pizza? Let me know if the comments so that I can try. I feel like pizza doesn't need anything else other than a drink and a napkin. Ha!!

The next time you are looking for things to store for quick meals, I do suggest grabbing a Bon Appetit Thin Crust Artisan Pizza. You won't regret it. And it warms up good the next day in case you have leftovers.

Renz HomeMadeZagat
Renz HomeMadeZagat

Hi guys, I’m Renz. I am the chief cook and bottle washer here at HomeMadeZagat. I am here sharing Caribbean recipes that I grew up eating and new ones I’ve fallen in love with over the years. I just want to showcase the amazing diversity of Caribbean food and that everyone can recreate these dishes.


  1. I've never tried their pizza before. Looks yummy! I'm going to have to pick some up. :)

  2. Looks pretty good - I'll have to try them sometime.