Freezer Pizza- A Freezer Meal The Whole Family Will Enjoy!

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Theres nothing quite like a fresh from the oven homemade pizza, am I right? That soft, chewy crust, warm sauce, and melty melty cheese gets me every time. When you don’t know what to have for dinner, pizza is a perfect solution!

Unfortunately, life can make homemade pizza hard to come by. After spending 8 hours at work, who wants to come home and roll out dough?

Delivery is always an option, but it never quite tastes the same as something you made with your own two hands. And the price of frozen grocery store pizza is just out of hand!

The obvious solution to the problem? Homemade freezer pizza!! Of course!

But how? What is the secret to keeping the freezer burn away??

Freezer Pizza

First, you wanna start with a great dough recipe. Pizza dough (and bread dough in general) is super easy and super cheap to make, and you likely already have most of what you need at home to make it. I like to use this recipe, but there are a number of them on the internet that you can use.

Freezer Meal Pizza |

So first, you mix up your dough and press it out, pizza-style. Rimless baking sheets and pizza pans are great for this task, but if you have a pizza stone, use it! They’re always wonderful.

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Don’t forget to poke it all over with the tines of a fork (or if you do a lot of pizza baking, use a dough docker!), leaving about 1/2 inch to 1 inch on the edges alone to form your crust. This will keep air bubbles from poofing up in the middle and making topping it harder.

(If some do poof up, just press them down while it’s still hot – be careful!)

Freezer Meal Pizza |

The next step is to bake it! But only a little bit – a 425 degree oven for 3-5 minutes should do, just enough to dry it out and puff it up a bit, so the sauce doesn’t sink in and make it all soggy.

Look at that pizza shape!

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Next is the fun part – toppings! Feel free to grab the kids to help with this, especially if you’re making a bunch.

Spread on your sauce (I have a great recipe for it right here)…

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Then your cheese…

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Then whatever meats and veggies you want! Meats should be already cooked, and go for veggies that freeze well, like tomatoes, peppers, and onions (you can always add mushrooms and those other water-absorbing things when you are ready to bake it.)

Freezer Meal Pizza |

When you’re all topped up, toss those babies, uncovered, in the freezer for 2-3 hours, and let them get nice and firmed up. This makes life a lot easier when you’re ready to move on to the ultimate secret…

Double wrapping! Wrap your pizzas in a few layers of plastic wrap first, making sure they’re completely covered tightly. Then, wrap a couple sheets of aluminum foil around them, creating a magical frost barrier!

Freezer Meal Pizza |

Label them with a permanent marker, so picking dinner is easy for whomever is tossing it in the oven, and toss them back in the freezer.

Freezer Meal Pizza |

When you’re ready to bake them, place them on your pizza stone or pan, and place them in a 425 oven for 13-20 minutes, depending on what’s on them and how thick your crust is.

Easy peasy, right?! You could have homemade pizza every night of the week this way! And it’s definitely cheaper than delivery!

I threw a recipe card in here for you, although everything with pizza is totally up to your discretion!

Freezer Meal Pizza |
Freezer Meal Pizza
Prep Time
1 hrs
Cook Time
2 hr 35 mins
Total Time
1 hrs 5 mins
Homemade freezer meal pizzas are a cinch with this quick and easy recipe!
Course: Dinner
Servings: 1 pizza
Calories: 2162 kcal
Author: Karrie
  • 1 pound pizza dough (white wheat, multigrain)
  • 1/4 cup pizza sauce (marinara alfredo, pesto)
  • 1-2 cups cheese shredded or sliced (mozzarella, Parmesan, cheddar, fontina, provolone)
  • 1/2-1 cup meats (pepperoni Italian sausage, bacon, ham, ground beef, salami, prosciutto)
  • 2-3 cups assorted vegetables (onions peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, pineapple)
  1. Allow dough to rest on the countertop until doubled in size (at least an hour if taking it from the fridge). Roll with a rolling pin and/or press with the palm of your hand, forming it into a 10-12 inch round disc.
  2. Place dough on pizza stone or pan, and poke all over with tines of a fork.
  3. Bake for 3-5 minutes in a preheated 425 degree oven.
  4. Remove from oven and allow to cool 10 minutes, then top with choice of sauce, cheeses, meats, and/or vegetables.
  5. Set each pizza on parchment rounds, stack gently, and place in freezer, uncovered, for at least 2 hours, or until frozen.
  6. Remove pizzas from freezer, and wrap each tightly with plastic wrap, then with aluminum foil.
  7. Label each pizza with flavor, oven temperature, and time. Pop them back in the freezer until ready to use!

—> See ALL of my Freezer Meals recipes here.

Oh and make sure and subscribe to my email e-newsletter so you can read when I post new recipes along with all kinds of great money saving deals each day.4 Comments

Freezer Pizza- A Freezer Meal The Whole Family Will Enjoy! was last modified: March 6th, 2017 by Karrie

Subscribe and never miss a thing

Receive free email updates!

PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. Your support keeps this blog running and is greatly appreciated. AMAZON DISCLOSURE: The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties including, but not limited to,,,,, or DISCLAIMER: The content on the blog Happy Money Saver is for educational and informational purposes only, and is not intended as medical advice. I am not a medical professional and the information contained on this blog should not be used to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease or health illness. Please consult with a qualified healthcare professional before acting on any information presented here.


  1. I am curious if you can use other sources like peanut, or caramelized onions? Would it freezer well?

  2. Did you ever do a cost break down of how much it was to make at home compared to store bought?

Speak Your Mind


Follow me over to the blog for more homemade goodness . . .