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The DIGIORNO Rising Crust Pepperoni pizza is made with only the very best: California vine-ripened tomatoes, real mozzarella cheese, a preservative-free crust, and is loaded with big, juicy slices of pepperoni. We made pizza history when we put this one on the menu! The DIGIORNO Original Rising Crust bakes up crispy on the outside and soft and tender on the inside. The self-rising crust has big, juicy toppings that are paired with our signature sauce for the fresh-baked taste of delivery pizza in your very own home. It's Not Delivery. It's DIGIORNO.
I am so disappointed! We have been buying DiGiorno Rising Crust Pizzas for years because my husband and I love them! We love the taste, the convenience, everything about them, but lately every pizza we have cooked has come out doughy. We didn’t do anything differently, but every time we baked them they were doughy. We hated them!! Talk about utterly and thoroughly let down! The DiGiorno pizzza was actually one of the highlights of our week! Now we can’t have it because there is no way to get it to come out right!
I eat a lot of frozen Pizzas cooked in my gas oven. Always like the DiGiorno pizza. Not anymore. No doubt the recipes have changed and shortcuts have been made this past year. Bring back your old version and I might try it again. I threw away my last DiGiorno in the trash tonight.
we've loved DiGiorno's forever -even after the scalding off of my cchin(it was 2 quarter size sections )hubby forgot to warn pulled out right as he walked to bed for movie ..many moons back ..but this weekend we were doing same and crust was rough /tough..need great softest one made ..need pizzas before having major dental work ..very soon .. it's going to be a bit before solid foods .. trying to schedule right after not before super bowl !!lol..go hawks ! hehehe ...but seriously need pizza fix asap.. thank you
DiGiorno ruined the BEST pizza at the supermarket, it had the perfect combination and balance of cheese and ingredients. More Cheese is not better...it is worse and the taste of the cheese is also bad now. Nice going...now I have to try other brands.
1 reply from DiGiorno® Brand Ambassador team - 2 months ago
We'll let our team know that you miss the older version of this pizza.
this pizza does not cook in the center no matter how hard i try to get it to cook. even after putting it into the overn for an extra 7 min. the outer crust started to burn but the center was still doughy and raw.
1 reply from DiGiorno Brand Ambassador team - 3 months ago
A raw center isn't what we expect. Be on the lookout for an email from us.
I've been buying and eating these pizzas for many years, and they are fantastic. Apparently something has changed as now the dough is not cooking properly and comes out very soft and messy. The cheese is cooked perfectly to where it's almost burned so the cook time is not the issue. I've tried regular bake and convection with no luck. Did something change with these?
1 reply from DiGiorno Brand Ambassador team - 5 months ago
This isn't what we expect as we haven't made any changes. Be on the look out for an email from us.
Writing this minutes after my latest attempt. I always have high hopes for DiGiorno but despite following directions carefully, they always turn out doughy in the center. Kept frozen and placed directly on the rack when the oven is preheated, and at the appointed time, the edge is actually looking a bit dark, like overcooked, but the center is still doughy. In fact it's a bit watery. Do I need to turn the oven down and cook longer? What's the secret? Because the directions on the box don't work. Have tried at altitude and sea level, various ovens. I've definitely had good results with DiGiorno some years ago. I don't know what's happened. Cooked a cheap competitor's pizza last night. Won't mention the name because I'd honestly rather DiGiorno win in the marketplace. But it was a better experience, came out just as it was supposed to, though the result is inferior to a DiGiorno that cooks up the way it is supposed to.
1 reply from DiGiorno® Brand Ambassador team - 6 months ago
We're sorry to hear that the center comes out doughy every time you bake it. Expect an email from us soon.