How to Reheat Frozen Pizza in Oven?

Everyone loves a soft and gooey pizza with a crispy crust, oozing with the juiciness of the pepperoni. But how can you achieve the perfect pizza without getting it directly from a restaurant? Yup! We’re talking about frozen pizzas.

There are many ways to serve them, you can broil them, reheat them in an oven, etc. We’ll be guiding you through the perfect steps on how to reheat a frozen pizza in oven.

 frozen pizza in a plastic bag

Steps on how to reheat frozen pizza in oven

The idea behind this is pretty simple. You just need a simple oven to get the most mouth-watering pizza ever! Following are the things you’ll need to accomplish this:

  • an oven (well… duh!)
  • foil or a sheet pan
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Take out the frozen pizza from the freezer.
  3. Make sure to remove any plastic or cardboard on the frozen pizza. Not doing so will release chemicals and change the taste of the pizza.
  4. Now, cut up the pizza into slices. Slices cook way quicker and better in the oven. Plus you can always reassemble them later to get the perfect shape!
  5. Take foil or a sheet pan and place each slice onto it.
  6. Place the slices into the oven and cook for 10 to 15 minutes. You can always determine when to stop by observing the cheese. If the cheese has perfectly melted then you’re good to go!
  7. If you want a crispy crusted pizza, then put your sheet pan into the oven while it is preheating. Place the slices onto this preheated pan and then cook in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes.

And there you have it! A delicious gooey and beautifully crusted pizza is ready. It will go best with a warm, crispy piece of garlic bread, even our mouths are watering! Enjoy it with a movie or eat it at a gathering, it’ll taste yummy any time! If you’re left with a few slices then don’t fret for we’ve got the perfect method to refreeze the slices for later!

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How to freeze your pizza for later?

The method’s pretty simple! All you need is some foil and that’s pretty much it. The following are the steps to perfectly freezing your pizza.

  1. Get some foil.
  2. Divide your pizza into slices.
  3. Cover each slice completely with foil. This will prevent any crystallization of the pizza itself.
  4. Put each slice into the freezer.
a slice of pizza on foil

And that’s it! Though do remember that store-bought pizzas have specific preservation chemicals. Your self-frozen pizzas wouldn’t last as long as the store-bought ones in the freezer. So, be sure to eat them after a few days! And if you don’t want to freeze them, you could always just refrigerate and reheat them later.

Here’s a video with tips on baking a frozen pizza!

Also check our guide on how to reheat a sandwich in a microwave oven without ruining its taste in this guide!


We hope you liked our easy method on how to reheat frozen pizza in oven. It literally takes 15 minutes to give you delicious pizza, just as awesome as the freshly cooked one! Be sure to check out more of our articles to learn cool tips and hacks regarding microwaves!

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Amna Muqeem
Hi! I'm Amna and I love cooking and eating different cuisines. My fiance, Immad, and I started this website to share our knowledge of food and kitchen appliances, and to learn more along the way! Here, we try different foods, learn about them through extensive research, and share our experiences with you. Same goes for kitchen appliances and the reviews we craft for you. I hope you enjoy our articles and get to learn from them. Do share your thoughts in the comments, we always read them! You can contact me through

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