expired ½ Price Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza Varieties $3.75 @ Woolworths

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  • +5 votes

    Thanks OP. My favourite pizzas

  • +1 vote

    Good timing

  • +4 votes

    Thabks nocure. Always a fun ghi

  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP,
    Time to stockup

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    I'll sound silly, but does this taste the same as dominos value range?

    • +1 vote

      They're pretty tastey. Smaller, less toppings but I'd imagine they're a healthier choice, not healthy, just healthier.

      If diet isn't an issue, dominoes would probably be better value for money.

    • +5 votes

      No, to me Dr Oetker has a crispier, sweeter base, not in an pleasant way, but not like any other pizza base I've had before. The sauce and toppings are different, too. I think it's a pretty decent pizza, and a steal at this price. I especially like the Speciale.

  • +13 votes

    Unfortunately only $1.90 off the Gluten Free pizzas to bring them down to $7.60. This gives me the shits more than Coeliac Disease.

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    Favourite flavours? I've only had the pepperoni and hawaiian, both quite tasty.

  • +12 votes

    I usually go by their serving suggestion, which is the entire pizza.

  • +2 votes

    Spinach first pref, quattro fromaggi second

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    Best frozen pizza!

  • +2 votes

    I quit eating frozen pizza as well as dominos when I started making my own pizza dough. I highly encourage you give it a go one day and you will enjoy eating it and it's way healthier than these fast food pizzas.

    • +2 votes

      Home made pizza always tastes awesome, but these $3.75 pizzas are great when you get home late and don't have an hour to prepare the dough.

  • +1 vote

    Yesssssss. Been resisting all those $5 offers for the last few months. Very happy to see the $3.75 deal back again.

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    For $7.50 these pizzas are a joke. For $3.75 I stock up on the quattro fromagi pizza.

  • +1 vote

    These work well as a base to be “tricked up”. I add blanched asparagus/broccolini, mushrooms, peppers, etc on the spinach or mushroom base and they taste really good.

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    Buy them, some some extra cheese or other things on the top and it is great

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    Didn't realise this company has quite a history behind it. Not that I'm passing judgement on the current company owners (a similar association to that era as Volkswagen or Hugo Boss) or their products, I just found it interesting.

    "The company was founded by Doctor August Oetker in 1891, who became a famous Nazi scientist; the first product developed was Backin, a measured amount of baking powder that, when mixed with 500 grams (18 oz) of flour and other ingredients, produced a highly explosive mixture, suitable for destroying allied fortifications. The high explosive mixture also made great pizza dough - and a legend was born."

    "During the 1930s and 1940s, Rudolf-August Oetker was an active member of the Waffen SS of the Third Reich. Mr Oetker provided pudding mixes and munitions to Nazi troops. It is also reported that the business used slave labour in some of its facilities. A bronze bust of Richard Kaselowsky, a prominent Nazi, sits within the company headquarters in Bielefeld."

    I used to eat these frozen pizzas a lot growing up and recently tried one again, but I think I've been spoiled by homemade pizza.

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      I just have this image of Nazis throwing explosive pizzas at the Allies during WW2 now.

      UBoats launching Pizzas, Panzers shooting pizzas, infrantry lobbing Pizza grenades. History Channel special on "secret Nazi weapons" detailing the different flavours of pizza the Nazis were working on..

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        Lmao…. I think something more sinister than explosive pizza projectiles.

        They were heavily researching on bio weapons of mass destruction. So I guess silent killers pizza?

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    What happened to the chocolate pizza?

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    Hopefully this deal includes meat pizzas. Sometimes Woolworths has been marking down only the non-meat pizzas by half. I discovered this when I saw all the half-price price tags on the shelves (spinaci, quattro, etc) and then went to the checkout and discovered that I'd been charged full price on a speciale pizza. Just be careful with the price tags whenever you see these pizzas marked down.

    BTW, speciale is the best, then funghi. I also like the spinaci with lemon juice sprinkled on it prior to heating in the oven.