Most frozen pizzas kinda taste like frozen pizza, if that makes sense. Aldi's frozen pizzas - whilst they don't taste like a freshly made pizza - at least seem to have some effort put into them. They remind me of the fancy frozen pizzas that usually cost around double the price, such as Dr Oetker's.I actually had one of their frozen pizzas for the first time the other night, and was quite happily surprised, for a three-fiddy pizza. I've paid a lot more for a lot worse frozen pizza. The pepperoni had a nice flavor to it, the cheese was salty and stretchy, and the sauce was not overly sweet or metalic tasting.
If you feel a bit more adventurous, their cheese pizzas make a pretty good basis for some food hacking. IDK if they're available in other parts of the world, but down here they're sold in a 3 pack for 6 dollarydoos. They go alright even if you don't feel like throwing random meats, vegetables and/or sauces on top ... although you can turn one into a killer breakfast pizza by cracking an egg in the middle and putting a couple of rashers of bacon on it.