Costco Pizza Oggi Review

One of the worst things about being allergic to gluten has to be not being able to eat pizza! Luckily there are getting to be more gluten-free pizza options available like this one from Pizza Oggi. Will it fool you into thinking you’re eating a normal pizza?

Image of the Costco Pizza Oggi box unopened sitting on a top.
Costco Pizza Oggi.

Other pizzas from Costco I’ve reviewed are the Pizza Roncadin Chicken & Grilled Peppers Pizza, Motor City Pizza Co. Double Pepperoni Pizza, Kirkland Signature Deluxe Cauliflower Crust Pizza, Kirkland Signature Pepperoni Pizza, Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Four Cheese Pizza, Kirkland Signature Cheese Pizza, Keto Izza, Pizza Delight Garlic Cheese Fingers, Molinaro’s Gluten-Free Cauliflower Crust Pizza and the Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles.

Image of the back of the pizza box showing cooking instructions, nutrition facts and where it was made.
Peanut-free and gluten-free.

Location in Store

This is located in the freezer aisle at Costco, near the other frozen pizzas. The item number is 1126584.

Top down image of one cooked pizza on a cutting board.
Ready to slice!


This is pretty good frozen pizza! I don’t think I would have known it was gluten-free without looking at the package. The crust is solid for a frozen pizza. I baked my pizza for 20 minutes and found it just slightly soft/underbaked in parts, but still enjoyed it.

Top down image of two slices of pizza served on a white plate.
As you can see there aren’t a ton of toppings.

There aren’t a ton of toppings and the pizza is pretty plain for the most part. The toppings on the one I made looked uneven and it tasted that way too. The pieces that looked like they had more toppings had more flavors; I think I was noticing the bocconcini cheese and pesto. The plain-looking parts tasted like a basic cheese pizza.

Side view image of a hand holding one slice of pizza up close to the camera so you can see depth of the crust clearly.
I wouldn’t call it a thin crust pizza but it’s not thick either.

Overall this pizza is a solid choice, especially with it being gluten-free.

Closeup image of a hand holding one slice of pizza close to the camera with another slice in the background on a white plate.
I would add some mushrooms and pepperoni!


Although $14.99 Canadian for two small-ish frozen pizzas may seem expensive it’s not all that bad for gluten-free pizza! I’m not saying it’s cheap but people following a gluten-free diet who often buy products like this would probably say it’s not overpriced.

Top down image of two frozen pizzas individually wrapped in plastic sitting on a table.
There are two individually wrapped pizzas in the box.


Frozen pizza is probably one of the easiest things you can make for lunch or dinner. All that’s required to cook the pizza is popping it in the oven and setting a timer.

Image of the baking instructions for the pizza from the back of the box.
Baking instructions for the pizza.

The pizza needs to be kept frozen and the best-before date is 11 months from when I purchased it. I think the pizza is a bit lacking in toppings so I recommend if possible adding some additional favorite toppings.

Side view image of a frozen pizza baking in an oven directly on the middle rack with a cookie tray underneath on the bottom rack.
I baked the pizza directly on the rack.



A third of one pizza contains 400 calories, 15 grams of fat, 59 grams of carbohydrates, seven grams of fiber, six grams of sugar, 13 grams of protein and 780 milligrams of sodium. Although this is gluten-free that doesn’t make it healthy. It’s high in sodium and carbs like other pizza.

Image of the nutrition facts for the pizza from the box.
Nutrition facts.


I like that they use pesto, bocconcini, and extra virgin olive oil in the pizza. The pizza is gluten-free and vegetarian but not dairy-free. I don’t love that the pizza has sugar in the crust as I wouldn’t add sugar to a homemade crust.

Image of the ingredients list for the pizza from the back of the box.


Taste: 7/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 2/10


Give it a try!

Whether you’re on a gluten-free diet or not this is a pretty tasty pizza. I just wish it had more toppings but I also recognize that some people like a simple caprese pizza!

Have you tried the Pizza Oggi from Costco? What did you think of it? Let me know in the comments below!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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1 thought on “Costco Pizza Oggi Review”

  1. Where I start. I never send reviews, however, Ottawa population needs to know. The WORST PIZZA EVER. Zero taste, crust is like cement. Even broke my pizza slicer. In fact, this morning I brought back box to Costco with one pizza left. .first time ever that I returned an item to Costco. The Box was amazing, maybe even a form of fake marketing.


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