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California Pizza Stones Review

California Pizza Stones is a second generation small family owned company.  They emphasize great customer satisfaction.  They have a 100% guarantee against cracking and thermal shock, and will replace it for free if for some reason it does.  

Their pizza stones are rough and rugged.  They are made of a non-toxic mullite mixture with a high quantity of grog – which makes their stones virtually indestructible!  They offer pizza stones in various shapes and sizes, as well as pizza peels and pickling crocks.

California Pizza Stones Review & Giveaway

I have never baked with a pizza stone before and wasn’t sure what kind of difference it would make.  Only as of the past couple months have I been making my own, homemade dough for our homemade pizza nights.

I was amazed at the difference this California Pizza Stone made!  Our crust was baked just right!  And I loved having the pizza peel for ease of getting the pizza in and out of the oven.

We started out with something a little more basic to test it out – baking a Take ‘N’ Bake pizza.  On the California Pizza Stones website they even have a page with instructions on how to bake a perfect Papa Murphy’s Pizza on a stone.  Success!

I can’t believe how high quality this stone is – it definitely does seem indestructible (and that’s coming from a mom with a toddler!).  It really does bake the perfect pizza and I would recommend them to anyone!  They would make a perfect Christmas gift, too.

You can buy your California Pizza Stones off their website.  The round stones average anywhere from $16-55 depending on size.

California Pizza Stones Review & Giveaway

Disclosure: I received a California Pizza Stone & Pizza Peel in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

Elaine Heaney

Friday 14th of December 2012

I'd like to try the 13x5/8 round pizza stone!


Friday 14th of December 2012

I'd like to try the pickling crock :)

Cassandra McCann

Friday 14th of December 2012

19 x 5/8 Round Pizza Stone


Friday 14th of December 2012

8 x 9 Over All Length 14 Pizza Peel


Friday 14th of December 2012

I would like to try the Metal Pizza Peels to see how they differ from the wood one I've got.

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