Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles Review

Individual-sized frozen pizzas from Costco that might appeal to kids but not so much to adults!

Image of the Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles box
Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles

The Sabastasssos Pizza Singles have been at my Costco for years but I’ve never picked them up to review them until now. I think my parents would buy Sabastasso’s for us when I was a kid to have after school but it’s been years since I’ve had them.

Image of the Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles box open showing the individually wrapped pizzas inside
12 individual pizzas per box! Six of the four cheese, six pepperoni

Other frozen pizzas from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Pepperoni Pizza, Pizza Delight Garlic Cheese Fingers, Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Four Cheese Pizza and the Kirkland Signature Cheese Pizza.

Image of the Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles, on a plate, four cheese and pepperoni unwrapped and prior to baking them
Before baking the pizzas!

Location in Store

You can find these in the freezer aisle at Costco near the other pizza. The item number is 392786.


The box comes with two flavors, pepperoni and four cheese. The crusts are almost like a shell with the sauce and filling inside; kind of like a deep dish pizza, but very small/shallow.

Image of a baked Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Single Pepperoni Pizza after baking it
Pepperoni pizza after baking!

The crust gets very crisp around the edge while the bottom is chewier, but not soggy.
I feel the cheese pizza could use a little more sauce. The sauce is decently tangy and tasty. There’s not really a not a cheese on the pizza either, considering it’s a cheese pizza.

Image of a baked Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Single Cheese Pizza after baking it
Four cheese after baking!

The pepperoni has a bit of spiciness and is pretty tasty; otherwise pretty similar to the cheese. I feel it could also use a bit more sauce! Overall, the pizzas are a little artificial and cheap tasting. They would probably appeal more to kids than adults. I could see kids liking them for lunch or a snack.

Side closeup image of the Sabatasso's Pepperoni Pizza cooked and with a bite taken out of it
Thin and not a ton of toppings


I paid $12.99 Canadian for the box of 12 individual pizzas. Considering the quality of the individual pizzas, that’s not really that cheap.

Side closeup image of the Sabatasso's Four cheese pizza cooked and with a bite taken out of it
Not a lot of sauce!


There’s microwave and conventional oven method cooking instructions on the box. I baked mine in the oven and they turned out crispy. I think if they were done in the microwave they may be a bit soggy.

The individual pizzas from Costco need to be kept frozen and the best before date is about eight months from the date I purchased the pizza.

Image of Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles Cooking Instructions
Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles Cooking Instructions



The nutrition facts depends on which flavor of pizza you’re having. The four cheese pizza is 290 calories, 15 grams of fat, 25 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, six grams of sugar, 12 grams of protein and 620 mg of sodium per pizza.

The pepperoni pizza has more calories. Per pizza it is 310 calories, 18 grams of fat, 25 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, six grams of sugar, 13 grams of protein and 730 mg of sodium.

Image of Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles Nutrition Facts
Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles Nutrition Facts


There’s a ton of preservative sounding ingredients in these pizzas. They aren’t gluten-free or dairy free and contain ingredients like palm oil shortening, sugar and soy which often people try to avoid.

Image of Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles Pepperoni Pizza Ingredients
Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Pepperoni Pizza Ingredients
Image of Costco Sabatasso's Pizza Singles Four Cheese Pizza Ingredients
Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles Four Cheese Pizza Ingredients


Taste: 5.5/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 9.5/10

Nutrition: 1/10


Walk on by!

Costco carries much better frozen pizza options that I think kids would like just as much as the Sabatasso’s. I do enjoy the Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Pizza more than I did these.

Have you tried these? What did you think of them?

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40 thoughts on “Costco Sabatasso’s Pizza Singles Review”

  1. My husband and I have recently come across these pizzas and we love them. Great for a quick snack.
    Crispy and just enough cheese and pepperoni.

  2. No Ryan, I don’t plan on crying the rest of my life about this pizza. However, I am a member at Costco and I will try to get this item dropped because it’s crap.

    • Feature, no doubt you nagged your husband into agreeing with you, Claire! Like I said, WHINE, WHINE, WHINE, ABOUT EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE, NO DOUBT! some people in life, sadly, aren’t happy, unless they’re going around complaining about every little thing that doesn’t even matter to anyone else but them! A full grown whining adult is equivalent to a small, crying child, who never learned to stop, crying! Everyone else should suffer, and never be able to buy these pizzas again, just because you say so? who are you to decide what everybody else can eat and can’t eat or can buy at Costco and can’t buy at Costco? If you don’t like to eat something, simply don’t purchase it, don’t go around it preaching to everyone that they should never be allowed to eat these again or try to make Costco buy something else simply because you think you’re the queen of the world! As, an over 14 year member with Costco’s, I don’t want bitches and complainers like yourself, to be able to decide what it is, that I can buy at Costco! Like I said, no one forced you to buy and eat it, if you don’t like it, as Natalie, here would say, “Walk on by!” One last thing, WWAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!

  3. Hello!

    Four cheese pizza’s taste is good,
    however it would be better with less salt. Perhaps you could consider another choice just a bit of olive oil on the crust.
    Another option just mushrooms light sauce or no sauce.

    Thank You Kindly

  4. These pizzas are not too bad. Did “doctor” them up a bit by adding mushrooms & olives on one and ham and pineapple on the other and then added extra cheese on both (used Texmex blend). It did add more flavor. Not too bad for a quick dinner but I don’t eat them often. Just nice to have them as a quick option. The salt content is very high but so are the pizzas you get from ordering takeout and you don’t have leftovers. You just need to use common sense when dealing with your diet.

  5. These pizzas are the WORST frozen anything I have EVER eaten, and I have been around for several decades having tried many frozen pizzas. All I could taste is overwhelming salt mixed with artificial whatever. That’s it! The WORST of the WORST.
    About an hour after eating, I suddenly had a raging headache and mild gut ache for the rest of the evening after one pepperoni and one cheese mini pizza. My husband also agrees with this review. First time buying them, they were on sale so picked up two boxes. I called Costco to make sure I could return a frozen product and let them know this product is WAY below Costco’s standards. They were gracious and said I could return them and I will! I couldn’t even load them off to my neighbors or a homeless shelter – that would be terribly cruel. It is my mission in life to get this product removed from Costco shelves.

    • Lighten up, it’s just a couple of mini pizzas. What are you gonna cry for the rest of your life because you bought some of them, and didn’t like them and therefore you wasted your money! You bought them out of your own choice no one forced you to purchase and eat them! Dear God, why are there so many whiners in this world? Complain, complain, complain, whine about everything. Myself, I thought they were all right for a quick, inexpensive snack! And like other people in here stated, you can add extra toppings and cheese. If you want to make them much tastier! Sure beats cooking up a whole large pizza, not wanting to eat the whole thing, And paying $10 for one of those or more! They have now risen in price and I got them on sale for $13.99 in Canada! That works out to $1.17 per pizza!


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