Costco Margherita Pizza – Roma Vicolo

Costco Margherita Pizza - Is It Worth It? + Cook Directions

Roma Vicolo Margherita Pizza - Costco

Roma Vicolo Margherita Pizza at Costco

On my most recent Costco trip, I found a new Margherita pizza in Costco’s refrigerated deli area. Typically, most of the pizzas that Costco sells are frozen pizzas, so I just had to try the refrigerated Margherita pizza. I’m expecting it to be fresh and have a crispier crust than Costco’s frozen pizza options.

Roma Vicola

Costco sells the Roma Vicolo Margherita pizza in a 3-pack weighing a total of 28.8 ounces. Each pizza is individually wrapped and weighs approximately 9.5 ounces. The pizzas aren’t the largest by any means, but they are more than adequate as a personal-sized pizza. 

Thing To Note: These pizzas are made in Hayward, CA.


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What’s so special about the Margherita pizza?

This Margherita pizza includes typical ingredients such as marinara sauce, mozzarella, olive oil, and basil. Roma Vicolo also labels the crust as a roman style pizza crust, which is a thin crispy, airy crust. They make their roman crust with a cold fermentation process that improves flavor and crispiness.

Roma Vicolo Margherita Pizza

Costco Cost Comparison

Costco sells the three-pack of Margherita pizza for $14.99 or $5 per pizza. I think the price is more than fair for a fresh personal-sized pizza. Most of Costco’s frozen pizzas are priced in this range but are lacking in the freshness that this Margherita pizza provides.

Fresh Uncooked Margherita Pizza

For comparison, My local Sprouts sells the same Roma Vicolo pizza for $10.49 or nearly double Costco’s price. The only benefit to purchasing the pizza from Sprouts is that they have a larger selection of inventory. Sprouts has flavors such as Pepperoni and Bacon, Italian Sausage, and Roasted Mushroom. If you prefer Margherita pizza, then Costco has a nearly unbeatable price of $5 per pizza.

Margherita Pizza Taste Test

I had some high hopes for this pizza, and thankfully, I can say the pizza didn’t disappoint. The crust was crispy and crunchy as advertised, and the ingredients of mozzarella and basil tasted very fresh.

Margherita Pizza

The ingredients were flavorful and enjoyable. The mozzarella was creamy and melted nicely over the crust. The basil added an excellent aromatic component that complemented the cheese. 

If I had one complaint, it would be that the ingredients weren’t necessarily evenly spread over the pizza. This may have been caused in transportation, but half my pizza was covered in mozzarella cheese while the other half was somewhat bare.

Slice of Margherita Pizza

Overall, it is a very solid pizza that is easily superior to a frozen pizza. It is on the smaller end and meant for one meal or for two people to share, but I am satisfied with it. My wife and I both enjoyed it, and we would gladly buy it from Costco again.

How to Cook Costco’s Margherita Pizza

There are two ways to cook this Margherita pizza from Costco. The easiest option is to bake them in the oven, but you can also grill them if you are looking for a more smokey, authentic flavor in the crust. 

Costco Margherita PIzza Cooking Instructions


  • Preheat oven to 450°F
  • Remove pizza from plastic and cardboard packaging.
  • Place unwrapped pizza directly (or on a baking pan) on a middle oven rack.
  • Bake until the cheese is melted, about 8 minutes.
  • Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.


  • Pizza should be thawed before grilling.
  • Preheat the grill until hot. Place unwrapped pizza on the grill.
  • Cook over indirect heat, covered, until grill marks form on the bottom of crust and the cheese is melted, about 10-12 minutes.

    Check here for the cooking directions for the rest of Costco’s pizzas.

Roma Vicolo Margherita Pizza Calories and Nutritional Information

Each Pizza Has 650 Calories

One serving of Roma Vicolo’s Margherita Pizza is ½ pizza and contains 320 calories. The 320 calories come from 13 grams of fat, 36 grams of carbohydrates, and 16 grams of protein. If you eat the entire pizza in one sitting, as I did, Roma Vicolo also provides that nutritional information.

A whole Margherita pizza has 650 calories, 27 grams of fat, 71 grams of carbohydrates, and 30 grams of protein.

Costco Margherita Pizza Calories

The whole Margherita pizza is not a bad way to spend 650 calories. The pizza is quite filling and can easily be an entire lunch or even dinner. Just note: a half pizza does have 790 mg of sodium, or 34% of the daily recommended value.


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