When I introduce a "whole wheat" substitution to my family, I have to kind of sneak it in because they just have some kind of weird bias - I don't let them know about it until after they have eaten it. Sometimes they can tell the difference, most times they can't, as was the case with the Boboli 100% Whole Wheat Pizza Crust.
All I can say is, I made some good pizza. There is very little difference between the taste of this pizza and that of 'regular' pizza crust - maybe just a tad bit of a more 'wheaty' taste, and I didn't notice much difference in how the crust comes out (I had made a thin crust pizza the day before).
The difference that's important to me is that it's 60 calories less than the Boboli Orginial Pizza Crust (20 calories less than Boboli's Thin Crust), and 3 grams more fiber. The ingredients list starts with whole wheat flour and it's not too long (although it's not all natural).
I received 2 coupons for $5.00 each from Boboli, which is what I used to purchase the Boboli Whole Wheat Pizza Crust - regular price of $4.69. Doing the math with the cost of the ingredients to make a pizza, it can work out cheaper to buy a frozen variety. But the fun that the 2 kids had making their own pizza was priceless. So I would definitely buy Boboli 100% Whole Wheat Pizza Crust again.
Below is a picture of the products I randomly picked up to make the pizza - Bridgeford Turkey Pepperoni, which has 70% less fat than regular pepperoni, Cabot Part Skim Shredded Mozzarella Cheese and Contadina Pizza Sauce - I don't make pizza often so I wasn't sure what to get for the sauce, but this was 30 calories per 1/4 cup. Next time I might try regular tomato sauce and just adding my own seasonings. I will also not be making plain pepperoni pizza - sorry kids - but I have to throw some bell peppers on it - my favorite pizza topping. What's yours?!