DiGiorno now offers Stuffed Pizza Bites

DiGiorno Stuffed Pizza Bites are here
DiGiorno Stuffed Pizza Bites are here /

Who else loves pizza? And who else loves DiGiorno pizza? When it comes to frozen pizza that we can make at home, this is definitely the brand we want on hand for late night snacking, easy weeknight dinners, and so much more.

So when we learned that they were going to be offering a new take on their classic pizza, we knew we needed to know more. In the press email we received on behalf of DiGiorno, we learned that they were going to be giving us their own take on classic pizza rolls. Introducing their new Stuffed Pizza Bites.

They are describing these stuffed pizza bites as, “satisfying snack-sized rolls of its fan-favorite pizza made with 100% real cheese.”

Introducing the new DiGiorno Stuffed Pizza Bites

Currently available in four, classic DiGiorno flavors, the current lineup of Stuffed Pizza Bites include:

  • Four Cheese – This one is described by Chew Boom as, “Pizza crust stuffed with premium reduced fat mozzarella, parmesan, asiago and romano cheeses, and zesty marinara sauce.”
  • Three Meat – The stuffing on this pizza bit features pepperoni, applewood-smoked bacon, and Italian sausage, with their marinara sauce and mozzarella.
  • Supreme – For their classic Supreme, this is stuffed with the marinara sauce and mozzarella, plus onions and peppers with Italian sausage and pepperoni.
  • Pepperoni – Finally, these pizza bites are stuffed with mozzarella, marinara sauce, and pepperoni slices.

If you want to give these savory treats a try for yourself, they are available nationwide at select retailers including Target and Kroger. And if you are wondering how much these will cost you, a standard bag (which is 14 ounces) will cost around $6.99 each.

We can’t wait to get a bag and snack on these as a late night snack.

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What do you say Guilty Eaters? Are you excited for a new treat from DiGiorno? What do you think of them offering their own take on pizza rolls?