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Toronto's Best DIY Pizza Kits

Toronto's Best DIY Pizza Kits

Toronto's Best DIY Pizza Kits

What is better than a fresh pizza pulled straight out of a wood-burning oven, sliced, sprinkled with Italian herbs, chilli flakes or drizzled with olive oil or hot honey? Absolutely, nothing.

Torontonians are lucky to have an abundance of pizza delivery options in the city but nothing compares to a fresh pie, so thankfully, restaurants have devised a way to involve customers in the pizza making process with DIY pizza kits than can be purchased for takeout or delivery.

Now you can buy fresh dough, tomato sauce, cheese and toppings from restaurants and local Italian grocery stores to make your own pizza at home!

All the places on this list sell dough and sauces to make your pizza, but some spots also sell partially cooked and vacuum sealed pizzas that only need to be finished off in the oven.

If you are in the mood for pizza but want to enjoy the process of stretching out your own dough and adding a personal touch, check out this list! You can make a perfect "homemade" pie that will rival Toronto's restaurant quality pizzas -- even without that fancy wood-burning oven!

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The order of the results in our guides are solely determined by our users.

2

604 King St W

Buca - King

Buca - King

You have definitely come across a mouthwatering Buca post on social media. If it's not their beautiful blueberry pancakes, then it is their delicious Pugliese-style pizzas! Make their famed burrata pizza at home or buy one of their frozen pizzas to keep your freezer stocked.

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7

972 College St

Giulietta

Giulietta

This trendy and contemporary Italian restaurant in Little Italy recently launched their takeout menu on Tock To Go. Find Pizza Kits on offer for $20 and make a margherita or grilled rapini pie.

9

1096 Queen St W

The Good Son - Queen

The Good Son - Queen

This family-style restaurant serves up some of the best pizza in Toronto. With locations on Queen West, Shops at Don Mills and Assembly Chef's Hall, people from all over the city can have a chance to grab pizza dough from here and recreate one of their pies at home.

12

364 Adelaide St W

Tutti Matti

Tutti Matti

This Tuscan Italian restaurant is keeping Toronto's west enders happy with a constant supply of delicious Italian food throughout the quarantine period. They update their menu on their Instagram page regularly and often offer pizza doughs to bake at home. 

14

331 Adelaide St W

General Assembly

General Assembly

Torontonians cannot get enough of General Assembly, especially since the pizza joint has brought DIY pizza to their customers. You can buy dough from the pizza joint as part of a DIY kit or you can buy a partially cooked, frozen and vacuum sealed pizza to finish at home.

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15

22 Sackville St

Spaccio

Spaccio

This Terroni production kitchen is every food lovers dream! There is a wide variety of pre-packed food options for stocking up your kitchen, including pizza and pasta kits.

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Toronto's Best DIY Pizza Kits

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about 2 months ago

Toronto's Best DIY Pizza Kits

Nadia Boachie

Nadia Boachie

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What is better than a fresh pizza pulled straight out of a wood-burning oven, sliced, sprinkled with Italian herbs, chilli flakes or drizzled with olive oil or hot honey? Absolutely, nothing.

Torontonians are lucky to have an abundance of pizza delivery options in the city but nothing compares to a fresh pie, so thankfully, restaurants have devised a way to involve customers in the pizza making process with DIY pizza kits than can be purchased for takeout or delivery.

Now you can buy fresh dough, tomato sauce, cheese and toppings from restaurants and local Italian grocery stores to make your own pizza at home!

All the places on this list sell dough and sauces to make your pizza, but some spots also sell partially cooked and vacuum sealed pizzas that only need to be finished off in the oven.

If you are in the mood for pizza but want to enjoy the process of stretching out your own dough and adding a personal touch, check out this list! You can make a perfect "homemade" pie that will rival Toronto's restaurant quality pizzas -- even without that fancy wood-burning oven!