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Home Run Inn Pizza

Classic 12" Pepperoni Pizza

Regular price $91.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $91.99 USD
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Description

Our classic buttery crust topped with freshly shredded mozzarella cheese and all natural pepperoni dating back to thefamily's original recipe in 1947. Each pizza is hand-made from scratch, baked and quickly frozen to preserve freshness.
Serves 3-4

Ingredients

All-natural, made from scratch, preservative-free, Og trans fat per serving.

  • Crust: Wheat flour, water, corn oil, yeast, salt
  • rbst Free Whole Milk Mozzarella Cheese*: Pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, (*Our cheese is made from milk that is rbst Free. No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbst treated and non-rbst treated cows)
  • Sauce: Tomatoes, salt, water, spices (oregano, salt, black pepper)
Fully Cooked All Natural* Uncured Pepperoni: No nitrates or nitrites added* except for naturally occurring in celery juice and cherry powder, pork, salt, contains 2% or less of turbinado sugar, spices, flavoring, celery juice powder, cherry powder, lactic acid starter culture, oleoresin of paprika, lime juice concentrate *Minimally processed, no artificial ingredients. Contains Wheat and Milk

Nutrition Facts

Baking Instructions

Classic & Signature Pizzas

1. Remove pizza from all packaging and shrink wrap.
2. Set oven rack to middle position and preheat oven to 450°F.
3. Place pizza on middle rack. Do not use a pan or cookie sheet to bake pizza.
4. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until pizza is golden brown.

All ovens cook differently, so be sure to keep an eye on your pizza as it cooks. Pizza is done when the cheese is melted and edges are golden brown. Oven time and temp may vary, adjust as necessary.

Try something different, use a charcoal grill or gas grill to prepare your pizza!

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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A.H.
Someone's smoking crack

I feel in love with these pizzas when I lived in Denver. We moved to Vermont and nobody seems to stock them. I was stoked to see online ordering was a possibility but my jaw dropped when I saw the price. A 350% markup per pie is outrageous. Guess I'm done with HRI.

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J.N.
pricing must be a mistake

pizza is great but at $91.99/3 pack, that's over $30/pizza! these are regularly sub $8/each at my local grocery and no way would i ever spend more than triple for a freezer pizza just for the convenience of delivery to my door. i think even the famous lou malnatis pizza ships to your door for less (you can order 4 for $109.99 currently)

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J.M.
TypO

Your pizzas are delicious I really love them but this cannot be the price , is this a typo? I just bought a couple and they were eight dollars and something at Tom Thumb. I don’t understand your pricing

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Rosie
OMG That Price !

That is insane to charge this much? Really?

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R.T.
Disappointed Relocated Chicagoan

Your pizza is delicious, really enjoy a few of them when I visit town, and usually ship some home as well. Usually I don't mind paying a little more to get products from back home shipped to me (ie. Portillo's, Vienna Beef, Tom Tom Tamales, etc..) but $20 per pie when they are $9 at the store ($7 now on sale).

You really need to evaluate your online pricing. Doing this really has me wanting to not buy your products based on principle alone. I hope to see a change soon.