Remove plastic wrap and baking instructions before baking. Bake the pizza within one hour of purchase or refrigerate. Refrigerate no more than 24 hours, or freeze for later use. Best results are achieved when the pizza is baked fresh. If the pizza is refrigerated, let stand at room temperature for at least 15 minutes before baking. If frozen, pizza should be completely defrosted before baking (approximately 60 minutes at room temperature). Bake only one pizza at a time. Make sure the baking tray does not touch the sides or back of the oven.
WARNING: The baking tray may discolor during baking. This is normal. Discard the baking tray after one use. Do not reuse to reheat or bake again.
Preheat conventional oven to 425 degrees
(400 for convection bake)
Bake on center rack
2. BAKE (Oven Times May Vary)
Bake 12-15 minutes
Check at 10 minutes
Using a spatula check the bottom of the pizza crust
If large bubbles appear, pop them with a fork
Pizza is perfectly baked when the bottom and top of pizza is golden brown and the cheese is completely melted. Remove the pizza from the oven and let stand for 5 minutes before cutting into slices. If desired, serve on the baking tray. ENJOY!