Ally's Sweet and Savory Eats: Mama Bosso Pizza

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Mama Bosso Pizza


I have found, hands down, the best frozen pizza...EVER. And better yet, it is from a local company, made with fresh ingredients.

If you live in eastern Iowa or western Illinois, you need to check your grocery store for Mama Bosso pizza. I got ours at Hy-Vee, if you click here you'll find other store locations.

I'm not kidding, when I took it out of it's wrapper last night to stick in the oven, the crust was so doughy and fresh, nothing like the hard, cardboard crust you find on other frozen pizzas. I won't name names...

Now, don't get me wrong, the best pizza is homemade or from local restaurants who make it all fresh on the spot...but, if you are in a jam, don't feel like cooking, or are just craving pizza without the fuss of making it, try Mama Busso's!

And no, I'm not getting paid to talk about them, I just really like their pizza.

Do you have a favorite frozen pizza brand?

7 comments:

  1. I love Dr. Oetker's Ristorante Pizza - the spinach one is best, but I also love the veggie one :-)

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  2. Mama bosos looks nothing like that. they are thin and some have tiny amount of toppings and too much sauce.

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  3. we tried mama bosso's calzones from a school fundraiser and they was great, but we have looked in several grocery stores and cannot find any. we even asked if they carried them and they said we must not.where can we get them at?

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  4. Please let us know where to get calzones, they are great'

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  5. Go to any local retailer with in 180 miles of the Quad Cities and ask the store manager to carry Mama Bosso Calzones. They can special order any of our products.

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  6. I have to very much disagree with you. That is EXACTLY how it looks and tastes amazing.

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  7. I enjoyed Mama Bosso's pizza back in the 60's and the 70's. You know when they had that oh so funky place down by the railroad in Moline. That was the best pizza IN THIS WORLD!! After the military, I moved to California where I remain. In the late 80's, i visited Moline and found Momma's up on 16th st(?). I took a chance and went in...instantly I knew I was in the right place. It was just a take out...the kids working there had NO IDEA what I was talking about when I described the wonderful pies from my youth. I picked up a pepperoni sausage and mushroom...who all remembers how they were cut in strips, not wedge? These kids thought I was from another planet....no just another time...but I will tell you that is the best pizza anywhere...California has nothing to compare.
    Richard, So Cal

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