REVIEW: Chuck E. Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza

Chuck E Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza Box

What is Chuck E. Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza?

While restaurant-branded foods sold in grocery stores aren’t a new thing, Chuck E. Cheese has decided to enter the market with a frozen pizza line. Currently offered in cheese or pepperoni, these pizzas are currently exclusive to Kroger.

How is it?

Chuck E Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza Baked

As I was sitting down to try the pizza, I realized I needed to recreate the feeling of being in a Chuck E. Cheese to really bring you all a well-rounded review. I spilled some soda on the floor, blasted some Rock-afire Explosion on my TV, and had my husband run up and down the hallway screaming about a broken game machine.

While I don’t think that added much to eating the pizza, I was pleasantly surprised by the item’s quality.

Chuck E Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza Crust

The crust was thin, but not so thin that it crumbled when cut. The sauce was a little on the sweet side, but a fairly standard pizza sauce. It could have used a little more cheese, but most frozen pizzas tend to be lighter on cheese. The pepperoni was a pleasant surprise in both quality AND quantity.

Chuck E Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza Slices

I couldn’t tell you how it compares to what’s served at Chuck E. Cheese locations, but I’d hope the in-store product is a higher quality than grocery store frozen pizza.

Anything else you need to know?

Chuck E Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza Tickets

There’s a coupon on the back of the box for 250 e-tickets. I have no idea what that means in real people’s money, but I think it equals around 100 Shrute bucks.


While I doubt you’ll find yourself reaching for this unless it’s on sale or you have kids who want those sweet e-tickets, it’s a perfectly serviceable frozen pizza. It sits firmly ahead of Totino’s Party Pizzas, but under DiGiorno in terms of quality.

Purchased Price: $6.99
Size: 18.55 oz
Purchased at: Kroger
Rating: 6 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1/4 pizza) 310 calories, 14 grams of fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 20 milligrams of cholesterol, 760 milligrams of sodium, 32 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 15 grams of protein.

14 thoughts to “REVIEW: Chuck E. Cheese Pepperoni Frozen Pizza”

  1. Great review, Holly! It is just shocking that Chuck E. Cheese is actually punching above their weight in the frozen pizza department. It makes us question our whole concept of reality, you know? What’s next, Burger King putting out frozen fries that AREN’T soul-crushing?

  2. “and had my husband run up and down the hallway screaming about a broken game machine.” LOL!

    1. I thought that all rats loved pizza, no matter how much it costs. Or are you just freaked out by the price because you’d be buying it for your four teenage turtle sons? 🙂

  3. This pizza tasted absolutely nothing like Chuck E Cheese, it was more like a low quality frozen pizza. My kids wouldn’t even eat it. At least we got our tickets for next time we go.

  4. I can’t believe the cost of this place. I spent $104.00 on 2 pizzas 4 small drinks and 1 hour game play for 2 kids ages 7 & 8! That was with coupons. I literally could have gone to a nice steak restaurant for less money. Shame on Chuck E Cheese! I have heard you are going out of business. Maybe stop overcharging people and you would have more customers and keep your doors open. I will not be back.

  5. Bought this on a whim and I absolutely love it. The taste is the closest thing to restaurant style that I’ve tasted in a frozen pizza. Will definitely keep this on the shopping list. Absolutely love it!!! Can’t wait to see what flavor is next.

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