From original to stuffed crust, these take-home pizzas are oven ready for a quick make-at-home meal.. In Short In 1995, two small franchises--Papa Aldo's Pizza and Murphy's Pizza--merged, forming a nationwide take-and-bake chain. The dough is prepared in-house daily, and topped with fresh cheese and basic (pepperoni, mushroom, olives) or gourmet (chicken, artichoke, spinach, herbs) combinations. Order the thin-crust deLITE pizza for a low-cal, low-carb option, or get a family-style stuffed pizza, loaded with toppings inside and on top of a thick crust. Dessert pizzas, salads and calzones are also available.
Good Value Specials.
Speaking strictly for pizza, they're mediocre at best, compared to dine-in pizzarias. But they are a good value if you've got the time to bake them at home, which is pretty easy task. I think their ingredients are ok, but for some reason (I think it's the dough), the pizza that comes out of my oven just doesn't taste as good as...say the Round Table or Papa Johns. But if you want to save about 30% off other pizza places, you might want to give it a shot. They usually have daily/weekly specials and coupons which you can use to save additional couple of dollars off.