WalMart Flatbread Review

Walmart Flatbread ReviewUp in the front of WalMart, near the deli counter is a supply of ‘fresh’ (not frozen) take and bake pizzas.  WalMart has been expanding the choices in these pies, and all of them are a great value compared to most frozen pies and nearly any pizzeria. They now have a “flatbread” with pepperoni slices and chunks, as well as mini-balls of real mozzarella.  As it’s not frozen, it doesn’t take long in the oven, 10-12 minutes.

Instructions call for putting it on a baking sheet, which works to the detriment of creating a crisp crust, but it’s an awkward size and shape, so I understand why they suggest this method.

I liked it, except for a not crisp crust which could be rectified. The “fresh” mozzarella is great and I think the manufacturer (Chicago area “Great Kitchens“) (subsidiary of a Swiss company) uses a different grade and type of pepperoni, it’s extremely flavorful.

It’s less than $4.

Also, up near the take and bakes, you’ll find these packs of pizza dough (below) for a buck, if you want to make one at home.  Or you can throw the ball into a bread pan, let it rise a couple hours, bake 35 minutes at 350 and voila, fresh loaf. Easy. Nice.  If you want to have a fun kids party, get several of the balls, divide into thirds each, let the kids pound out their own crusts and have bowls of healthy toppings for them to slap on their own pies!

Walmart Flatbread Review

Walmart Flatbread Review










WalMart Flatbread Review

Please follow and like us:


  1. If you ever want to get around the issue where using a pan makes the crust less crispy, just leave the pan in the oven as you preheat, then put the pizza right onto the hot pan and back into the oven. I do that all the time — crispy crust, less mess!

    • Great suggestion, thanks! Sometimes I start them on parchment paper too, then yank out the paper after a bit! Thanks for reading!

Comments are closed.