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Skip long wait for pizza delivery on Super Bowl Sunday; We ate 130 frozen pizzas to determine the best

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — What is on your Super Bowl menu?

If a pizza is on your list, you are not alone. Last year, 12.5 million of this crowd-pleasing food were sold on Super Bowl Sunday.

Since the coronavirus has many of us choosing to stay home to watch the big game this year, that delivery time could be stretched even longer. The option is simple — head to a grocery store and stock up on frozen pizzas you can bake and enjoy fresh and piping hot from your oven, or your Presto Pizzazz Pizza Rotating Pizza Oven.

Since 1952, when frozen pizzas first began appearing in Ohio supermarkets, more and more freezer case space is being dedicated to the popular food — especially after the pandemic caused demand for this comfort food to skyrocket.

But with the plethora of frozen pizza options — meats, veggie, thin or rising crust, cauliflower crust or boutique brands — how do your choose which ones to buy?

No worries, we have already done all the heavy lifting for you — by eating, and ranking, 130 frozen pizzas we bought at Northeast Ohio grocery chains and big box stores. Check out our rankings to see how your favorite brand ranked, or which frozen pizza could be the new favorite in your household.

Related: We ate 95 frozen appetizers and ranked them all before Super Bowl Sunday

After all, pizza and football go hand-in-hand. Pizza became popular in the United States in the 19th century, about the same time as the first football game was played in Pittsburgh when the Allegheny Athletic Association football team defeated the Pittsburgh Athletic Club on Nov. 12, 1892.

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