How to Cook Two DiGiorno Pizzas at Once

by Beth Rifkin

Pizza is a quick family dinner.

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Pizza is a treat for both kids and adults, and the numerous frozen brands at your grocery store can provide a quick, satisfying meal for your family. DiGiorno Pizza, owned by Nestle, claims to offer delivery-pizza taste and style in a frozen variety that can go from the freezer to your table in under half an hour. Cook two pizzas at once if you're feeding a crowd.

Arrange your oven racks so that the first is on the second level from the top and the other is on the second level from the bottom.

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.

Remove both pizzas from the plastic and cardboard packaging.

Place each pizza on a separate baking sheet.

Put one baking sheet on the first oven rack and the other baking sheet on the second oven rack, as arranged before you preheated your oven.

Allow the pizzas to cook for 23 to 27 minutes; ovens vary in temperature.

Switch the rack position of the baking sheets halfway through cooking so that both pizzas will be cooked evenly.

Remove the pizza from the oven when the cheese is melted and the edges are a golden brown color.

Allow the pizza to cool for five minutes before serving.

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About the Author

Based on the west coast, Beth Rifkin specializes in business, food, cooking, family, lifestyle and health issues. Her work has appeared in numerous on and offline publications. Beth earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University.