I've actually only had one Weight Watchers Smart Ones pizza before, Weight Watchers Smart Ones Four Cheese Pizza, and it was just average. But I am a huge fan of single serving pizzas - you eat it, there's no left-overs and thus no temptation - so I decided to try another variety and opted for the Weight Watchers Smart Ones Artisan Creations Pepperoni Stone Fired Crust Pizza - yes, long name.
I have to say that after I microwaved this, the pizza looked absolutely delightful. Large pepperoni slices covered the entire pizza, and it looked sufficiently cheesy. I bit into it and discovered that it was very tasty as well. The pepperoni was slightly spicy and the tomato sauce was just enough - I do not like tomato sauce dripping off my pizza and overwhelming the entire thing. The crust was not exactly crispy, but it was good enough for me. I think if I had opted to put this in the toaster oven it would have improved that aspect.
The entire pizza is one serving (thank goodness), and provides 390 calories, 8 grams of total fat which includes 3 grams of saturated fat (13% and 15% of the daily value), 730 mg (a whopping 30% of the DV), 4 grams of fiber, 7 grams of sugars and 20 grams of protein.
The ingredients list is not surprisingly lengthy, but it actually has mostly what you expect to find. I paid $2.50 for this and it was excellent as a filling lunch. For dinner, I would probably add a side of my favorite veggies to make this more satisfying. Another plus is that Weight Watchers Smart Ones meals go on sale regularly, making it even more cost effective.