Costco Keto Izza 3 Meat Keto Pizza Review

Frozen keto pizza has hit the shelves at Costco!

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza box sitting on a brown table.
Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza

Today I’m reviewing Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza! This is made by the brand Molinaro’s, which sells pizza crust as well as frozen pizza at Costco! As soon as I saw this frozen keto pizza at Costco, I had to grab it to pick up for any readers who follow a low-carb or keto diet!

Other keto products Costco carries include Enlightened Keto Ice Cream Bars, Keto 1.0 All-In Bagels, innofoods Keto Crackers, Carbonaut Low Carb keto Bread and the CHOCXO Keto Snaps.

Location in Store

You can find this pizza in the freezer section at Costco near all the other frozen pizzas. The item number is 1582573.

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza whole folly cooked pizza on a plate, top down image.
Fully cooked and ready to slice!

Taste

This is a three-meat pizza with pepperoni, bacon and beef crumble. The cheese is mozzarella cheese and tastes good but it didn’t get as melty as I like my cheese to be, even after baking it for extra time.

A slice of the Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza. Closeup image.
The pizza has a ton of meat, not as much cheese or sauce.

Overall, the pizza is pretty good! You mostly taste the meat and cheese and don’t really notice the crust. The crust texture is quite soft under the topping. The edge of the crust is quite crispy, but not as dry and crispy as it looks.

The crust has very little flavor. It kind of just tastes like nothing and is fairly light. It doesn’t have the noticeable aftertaste that some keto products have, so that’s nice.

Side view of a slice of Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza, closeup image.
The crust is very thin and quite flavorless.

It’s hard to really see the sauce just looking at the pizza, but there’s an okay amount of sauce on it. I like how flavorful the beef crumble and pepperoni are and really love the bacon! Probably because it’s full of salt!

Cost

The price is $16.99 Canadian for a box of two individually-wrapped 550 gram frozen pizzas.

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza cooking in the oven directly on the rack.
In the oven to bake.

Convenience

The keto pizza needs to be kept frozen and the best before date is almost six months from the date we purchased it.

To cook the pizza, preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, remove the packaging, place the pizza directly on the middle rack of the oven and bake for 12 to 15 minutes.

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza oven cooking instructions from box.
Cooking instructions.

We cooked the pizza for longer than 15 minutes and the cheese still didn’t become really melted. If you really like super melted cheese, you might want to broil it for a few seconds or cook it a little longer than 15 minutes until it’s to your desired meltiness. Be careful though, because it seemed like the cheese on my pizza was starting to brown a bit rather than melting toward the end of the cooking time.

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza Nutrition Facts from box.
Nutrition facts.

Nutrition

Calories

One-third of the pizza contains 470 calories, 30 grams of fat, 22 grams of fat, 16 grams of fibre (which is a ton), two grams of sugar, 29 grams of protein and 950 milligrams of sodium. Keto foods are generally high in protein and fat, which this certainly is!

Costco Keto Izza Keto Pizza ingredients from box.
Ingredients.

Ingredients

The pizza isn’t gluten-free, but it is keto certified (obviously). It contains wheat, barley, oats, milk and mustard and may contain soy and egg.

Scoring

Taste: 8/10 (Relative to other keto products and frozen pizzas I’ve tasted.)

Cost: 6.5/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 1/10 (I’m scoring this as someone who isn’t on a keto diet, but people who are will probably look at it differently.)

Overall

Give it a try!

Overall, the Keto Izza tastes like a very meaty, average to above-average frozen pizza. I wouldn’t buy it again unless I was on a keto diet, but I could see people who are absolutely loving this keto-friendly pizza from Costco.

Would you try this? If you have tried it, what did you think of it?


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18 thoughts on “Costco Keto Izza 3 Meat Keto Pizza Review”

  1. As someone who is on keto, and my low-carb bf, we will definitely be buying this again. I was looking for the keto crust they used to carry (make your own pizza) but that was gone and I found this instead. I still made some adjustments to tailor to my personal pizza expectations, but way better than no pizza. Half pizza each with some veggies added, I stay in ketosis.

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  2. My opinion Costco should pull this product off their shelves! I have been on Keto for a couple of months now and would have loved to found a keto friendly pizza and this is not it! It’s just horrible. I even added extra mozzarella cheese and used my favourite Italian hot sauce and it didn’t help 🙁

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  3. This was ok. I put some chorizo on it so it made it taste better. The crust was crunchy on the edges which was great but yes, it really didn’t have any flavour. Would I buy again, probably not.

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  4. While the topping was OK the crust on this pizza it’s was the worst crust I’ve ever tasted on any pizza. The texture, the look, and the cardboard taste. I enjoy almost all foods from Costco and find it hard to believe they sell this.

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  5. This is the best keto find ever. I have been on low-carb/keto diets for 30 years and I’ve tried the recipes online for pizza which are disgusting. No this pizza is not as good as the best delivery pizza you can get if you’re not dieting but it is by far the best diet pizza you will ever find if you were on low carb or keto

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  6. I’m on Keto and really enjoyed this pizza. If I wasn’t on Keto I’d give it a failing grade but considering my other food options this one hit the mark while on Keto. It tastes fine for a Keto pizza. Don’t expect to have a mouth watering experience since, besides the meat, there is no other taste to savor. Definitely will buy again while actively practicing Keto. Definitely will not pick up when NOT on Keto. I’m so glad this is an option, I was getting sick of steak, eggs, and bacon.

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    • My thoughts exactly. Just tried it for the first time. It’s not a gourmet pizza. But if you’re looking for a Keto pizza, it’s great. Until now, I’ve been making my own Keto pizzas at home. Frozen Keto crust, apply the sauce, shred the cheese, add the toppings. Quite labour-intensive. And in the end, the home-made version doesn’t taste any better than this one.

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  7. My wife saw this pizza cooking in the oven and thought I left the cardboard packaging on; judging by the taste you’d think I did. I cannot believe Costco ditched the stuffed-crust pizza for this. This pizza makes me sad.

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