Tools Required: Oven
600 calories per 1/2 pizza
I debated with myself as to whether to include store-brand products like this one, but I decided that Safeway is a national chain, after all, and I imagine there are people who would like to know if the store-branded products can compare with the more-expensive name brands. Now that that's settled, it's time for the Butterfly to review!
Out of the package, the pizza doesn't look too bad; there is a fairly generous sprinkling of bacon bits and cubes of white-meat chicken. It kind of looks like there isn't much sauce, but that could just be because it's a white sauce and blends in with the crust. I preheat the oven to 425°, fix the positioning of the chicken cubes a bit, and bake it for 13 minutes (the package says 12-14). Let it cool for a bit, and it's time to serve!
Overall, I think it did seem like a quality product and a decent value; it might not be quite as appealing as the name-brand Red Baron pizza I tried last time, but it wasn't bad by any means. I will be interested to try one with a normal pizza sauce for a better comparison. As for this particular flavor, my sweetie said she liked it, but I'm probably going to try something else next time. :|