• TAKE N BAKE INSTRUCTIONS

    WE MAKE YOU TAKE AND BAKE AT HOME

    1

    Preheat

    Preheat oven to 200 degrees (fan forced) or 220 degree (no fan)

    2

    Remove Wrapping

    Remove plastic wrap and instructions.

    3

    Tray Placement

    Place your BEST BITE PIZZA and supplied baking tray on the center rack of your oven. Make sure the center rack is placed 6 to 8 inches from the bottom of the oven.

    4

    Cooking Time

    Average baking time is 15 to 20 minutes. Please keep an eye as it may vary with different ovens.

    5

    Cooking

    Cook the pizza until the crust & bottom are a golden brown and the cheese is golden brown on top.

    6

    Ready

    Remove the pizza from the oven and let it stand for a few minutes before cutting it into slices, as it will be really hot!

  • Important

    • The baking tray provided with your pizza is to be used ONE TIME ONLY.
    • The baking tray may discolor during baking.  This is normal.
    • Discard the baking tray after one use.  
    • DO NOT use it to reheat or bake again.

    Tips for the Perfect BEST BEST’s pizza

    • Refrigerate your pizza as soon as possible if you are not immediately going to cook it. We recommend baking a refrigerated pizza within 24 hours.
    • Remember to preheat your oven before you start or the pizza won’t cook correctly.
    • Bake only one pizza at a time.
    • Make sure the baking tray does not touch the back or sides of the oven.
    • BEST BEST’s pizza cooked in your home oven tend to be ‘crisper’ than those cooked in the store. This is a result of the pizza being so incredibly fresh!
    • For an even crispier bottom crust, slide the pizza directly onto the oven rack for the last two minutes of baking time.
    • Not all ovens cook the same. Please watch your pizza carefully until you get a feel for the correct cooking time for your particular oven.
    • Make sure you have all the necessary equipment before you begin. We provide the baking tray.  You will need oven mitts/potholders, a spatula for checking the bottom of the pizza crust, and a pizza cutter or a large knife to slice the pizza after it’s cooked.