Stonebaked Margherita Pizzas (3 x 300g + 1 x 300g extra free) ONLY £2.59 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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Stonebaked Margherita Pizzas (3 x 300g + 1 x 300g extra free) ONLY £2.59 @ Lidl

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#1
got these the other day. you get what you pay for. virtually no cheese on them
#2
Lovely cardboard with a squirt of tom sauce and a few tasteless bits of peppers. ;)
#3
hooray henry
Lovely cardboard with a squirt of tom sauce and a few tasteless bits of peppers. ;)
That Good eh!
1 Like #4
Why would there be peppers on a margherita? Alfredo pizzas are actually pretty good - never tried the margherita though.
#5
annhuge
Why would there be peppers on a margherita? Alfredo pizzas are actually pretty good - never tried the margherita though.
I guess your diet is bread with water.
I agree with hooray henry.
1 Like #6
Bought these the other day, agree they have very little cheese but quite generous with a very garlicky tomato sauce They are actually better microwaved for three minutes then folded over into a calzone as then the cheese becomes all stringy and the base soft. I found both the base and the cheese too try when oven baked.

The Sainsbury's frozen basics ones are the same price and IMHO better as more cheese and better base, although the tomato sauce on the Lidl version is better.
1 Like #7
They are ok as a base to add your own stuff. E.g. add some pepper, onion, extra cheese and they taste good.
I can't remember if I even tried them without any extras, but I think I was rather disappointed.
#8
Iceland’s £1 pizza is much better than this one. I used to buy the alfredo spinach pizza which is so lovely, but they are not selling it anymore :(
#9
Rubbish like most stuff in Lidl. Can get branded pizza for less in Asda
4 Likes #10
codge
Rubbish like most stuff in Lidl. Can get branded pizza for less in Asda

Spoken like someone whos never shoped in lidi recently

Can't speak for the pizzas as its really not my thing but the quality in lidi is very very good from my experience
1 Like #11
The 89p Aldi ones are great - I take it these aren't quite as good? Though I'm not quite sure what people expect for < £1.
1 Like #12
Gotta love HUKD, no matter what product you'll put, you can bet that there will be at least 5 different people who will tell you: 'I saw a similar product cheaper at Iceland/Tesco/Sainsburys/Asda/PoundLand etc...' :)

Like I put the other day a deal on Activia in Waitrose costing 92p for 4, then came a bloke posting in my thread about Morrisons doing it for 99p...
#13
codge
Rubbish like most stuff in Lidl. Can get branded pizza for less in Asda

We know that you only shop in Waitrose, Dave
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/david-cameron-says-waitrose-shoppers-3362724
#14
herrbz
The 89p Aldi ones are great - I take it these aren't quite as good? Though I'm not quite sure what people expect for < £1.

Totally agree. I love these Aldi pizzas. They are very generous on the cheese. :3
#15
Rudess
Gotta love HUKD, no matter what product you'll put, you can bet that there will be at least 5 different people who will tell you: 'I saw a similar product cheaper at Iceland/Tesco/Sainsburys/Asda/PoundLand etc...' :)

Like I put the other day a deal on Activia in Waitrose costing 92p for 4, then came a bloke posting in my thread about Morrisons doing it for 99p...

Perhaps he was just trying to let people with no access to Waitrose know that it is a similar price elsewhere. (_;)
#16
Bought these today and had one for dinner, there is almost no topping on it at all!
#17
I love these. Add a can of tuna, a drizzle of oil, and pop in the oven. Mmmm.
#18
We love the herby sauce, it is fine with the amount of cheese, though I add my own smoked or unsmoked homemade mozzerella if I cannot be bothered to scratch make pizza from dough.
good value for what they are.
#19
dunno
Rudess
Gotta love HUKD, no matter what product you'll put, you can bet that there will be at least 5 different people who will tell you: 'I saw a similar product cheaper at Iceland/Tesco/Sainsburys/Asda/PoundLand etc...' :)

Like I put the other day a deal on Activia in Waitrose costing 92p for 4, then came a bloke posting in my thread about Morrisons doing it for 99p...

Perhaps he was just trying to let people with no access to Waitrose know that it is a similar price elsewhere. (_;)

perhaps he should open his own thread? :)
#20
mrdanward
Bought these today and had one for dinner, there is almost no topping on it at all!

Exactly. Best to compare this to the Tesco Value range (60p each)
#21
Rudess
dunno
Rudess
Gotta love HUKD, no matter what product you'll put, you can bet that there will be at least 5 different people who will tell you: 'I saw a similar product cheaper at Iceland/Tesco/Sainsburys/Asda/PoundLand etc...' :)

Like I put the other day a deal on Activia in Waitrose costing 92p for 4, then came a bloke posting in my thread about Morrisons doing it for 99p...

Perhaps he was just trying to let people with no access to Waitrose know that it is a similar price elsewhere. (_;)

perhaps he should open his own thread? :)

But would you then enter the thread, vote cold & tell him it's cheaper in Waitrose? oO:p
#22
back to basics and typically English do your own cheese on toast with some tomatoes, and add what ever is added to pizzas to cheese on toast.
#23
Pizza by Alfredo is like eating a hot circle of garbage.
#24
The Aldi equivalents (Carlos Stonebaked)?) are much better imo.
The triple packs were £2.39 for 3 when I bought some last year.

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jan 11, 2015 18:58
#25
Yeah these are spot on. Often this price for 4 though.

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