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Little Caesars Pizza

Rated with 1 star
Seth E of Huntsville, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 24, 2021

Poor Customer Service, Blatantly Rude Staff. Went in to order a pizza this evening first time going to this location. [HUNTSVILLE, TX] Looked on the menu and asked if they had any pizzas ready not knowing how they operated. Girl at the counter goes “DOES IT LOOK LIKE I HAVE ANYTHING IN MY BOX?” I said "What?" She goes again “DOES IT LOOK LIKE I HAVE ANY PIZZAS MY BOX, MY BOX EMPTY!” I explained I hadn’t been there and don’t know how anything works and she could’ve just said we don’t have any pizzas ready right now.

How hard is it to just give good customer service to people who treat you with respect and come into the place you work to eat? If you don’t like your job don’t work there but don’t be blatantly rude to me for trying to get a pizza from a pizza shop. First and last time I make this mistake. Trash. **To the girl, Don’t be surprised when you work jobs like this your whole life talking to people that way and expecting to make it in life. You’re a detriment to any company you work for. You earn your place everyday.

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Angela of Lancaster, NY Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 7, 2021

Stephen who answered the phone claimed he was a manager was the rudest gentleman I've ever met. 1st he told me could offer me a refund. I explained him that be fine but he's like all it'll take 10 business days. "That's fine. Can I just get a replacement for the breadsticks that were complete dough next time I come in," then he starts going on about how I need to dig through my trash and drive 20 minutes to bring it back to him or we don't get anything. I told him I took pictures but I wasn't going to dig through my trash and waste 20 mins driving back in. I'm arguing with him about this.

Of course he's telling me that all I do was go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and I never once said that I'd be fine with getting a different replacement next time I came in. Which was the very 2nd thing I said to him after I told him I didn't need a refund. He was the most insulting, rude horrible person I have ever had the displeasure of speaking with at that store. I will be attempting to contact not only corporate but also the owners that I know on the chain in this particular area. That behavior has never been displayed by any other of their employees while I was there, nor when I worked there years ago. I'm guessing because of the pandemic they're desperate for employees and they've decided that customer service no longer matters as long his grammators as long as they have an employee even if he is rude, obnoxious and beyond insulting to people.

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Stephanie of Des Moines, IA Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 20, 2021

I ordered Little Caesars delivery for the first time, the email says you can track your order but doesn’t state you have to. We were streaming a movie on the phone and it was about 29 minutes past when we were suppose to receive our pizza. Called the 800 number and talked to the manager, the door dash driver just placed our food on the porch and left. We didn’t know so the neighbor cat was in our food when we opened the door. The manager said, "Well common sense you should of clicked on the link and you would of known when the food was there." I stated most people and delivery places will ring the doorbell or knock when they leave, we didn’t know. The manager states, "Not our problem, you got your food, we will not replace or give your money back!" Just kept stating, "It’s your responsibility not our, you should of tracked your food." The email didn’t say we had to track it, they could of knocked or rang the doorbell! Will never go through them again!!!

Rated with 1 star
Margaret of Salinas, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 18, 2021

We were more than halfway through eating the pizza, when my 8yr old asked for a slice. So I grab one and see something black that I thought could of been burnt cheese or burnt pepper. But with a closer look I saw the fly. Half its body cooked inside the cheese topping...I almost gave that slice to my son. Next time I'll check the pizza before I take it...but how come nobody saw it from the moment it came out the oven and then boxed...it HAD to be obvious! KING CITY, CA is disgusting...dirty and skinless, and racist.

Rated with 1 star
Lindsey of Birmingham, AL Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: June 30, 2021

I read reviews when choosing what to buy, although I’ve never written one myself until now. I ordered a pizza from the store on Valley Ave in Homewood before 7pm to be ready around 7:10. My four year old son who was extremely excited about eating pizza from a place he’s never tried before rode with me to pick it up. A poorly written note on the door said they decided to close at 7:00. The meal was paid for and no one bothered to call me about the closing. It was a childhood favorite of mine but won’t be for my son. Who was working at the time and left? I couldn’t even get an answer from customer service to get my refund.

Rated with 1 star
Tom of Oakdale, PA Verified Reviewer
Original review: June 12, 2021

The hot and ready is yesterday's old pizza. It's never fresh. I want mine out of the oven and they don't wanna cook a new one for you. THEY WANT YOU TO BUY THE OLD ONE FROM WHEN THEY OPENED IT AND ITS NOW DINNER. Yucky.

Rated with 1 star
Ashley of Cocoa, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: April 25, 2021

I have been going to Little Caesars for years now and the last few times I've ordered from there my pizzas are never fully cooked and the breadsticks are the same way. I'm extremely disappointed with their products here lately. I have to put everything in the oven and finish cooking it every time I go there now. That can make someone sick.

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Jessica of Canyon Lake, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: March 28, 2021

I ordered a supreme pizza from Little Caesars and it's 11 bucks and the mushrooms tasted canned and the bell pepper was in huge chunks just thrown on not even really cooked! It was just a horrible pizza! Not worth the money spent on it and it didn't even taste good! That hands down is the worst supreme pizza I ever had and I'm really disappointed about it.

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Kenneth of Boynton Beach, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 8, 2021

First time I went to Little Caesars very impressed. Pizza was terrific and I love the way they operate. They have a great website and the service was a plus. Really terrific and I did online ordering which turned out to be great.

Rated with 1 star
Rotarsha of Austell, GA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 15, 2020

I have Never had to wait 30 minutes while one cashier counts the register or takes online orders. Another customer comes in and simply asked how long and was yelled at so badly and the cashier rolled her eyes at her. Like really?? It was 5 of us just standing there until she got good and ready to serve us. This happens every time. I visit this location at least once a week but no more!!! This is the Little Caesars pizza place on Floyd rd in Mableton Georgia.

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Little Caesars Pepperoni  Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza Whole

According to a 2015 University of Michigan study, pizza is the most addictive food in the United States. Sitting proudly atop of chocolate, potato chips, cookies, ice cream, and cheeseburgers, the study of more than 500 people’s eating habits officially handed the craving crown to pizza’s undeniable combination of sweet sauce, fatty cheese, and fluffy (or crispy) crust.

And you know what?

I can’t argue that point. I’m not sure there’s been a single time in my life when I thought to myself, “Yeah… I’ve had enough pizza,” unless my stomach was on the verge of bursting. I have never grown tired of pizza’s immaculate flavor trifecta, and if it wouldn’t kill me, I’d eat it every day.

So, in 2021, how can it be made even more addictive? Stuff that crust. And not just with cheese, that’s so Pizza Hut circa 1995. Stuff it with more salty, fatty, and crave-able stuff, like pepperoni. Cue the applause for Little Caesars, who has graced us with its latest innovation, a large ExtraMostBestest pepperoni pizza with pepperoni and cheese stuffed in a parmesan and butter-flavored crust.

For those unfamiliar with LC’s lingo, an ExtraMostBestest takes its standard $5.99 pepperoni pizza and adds extra cheese and “the most” pepperoni for only $1 more. The new limited-time double stuffed offering ups the price to $10 but promises nine feet of pepperoni and three feet of cheese in the bread. Spoiler alert: it’s worth every extra (most bestest) penny.

Little Caesars Pepperoni  Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza Closeup

The pizza is adorned with a noticeably admirable amount of pepperoni, and when taking my first bite, I’m immediately reminded of why pizza is the #1 most addictive food; I never want to stop. The topping has a slight curl and nice crunch that erupts with salty bliss made much more intense by the generous sprinkling of green seasoning on the top that amplifies every bite to 11. The seasoning is a combination of oregano, basil, and salt, and I’m sure it’s the same spice blend that comes with its Italian Cheese Bread; it’s delicious.

The cheese is also as advertised: lots of melty mozzarella sitting atop an acidic and slightly sweet layer of sauce that plays third fiddle to the two prominent salty, fatty toppings.

Little Caesars Pepperoni  Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza Stuffed

So how’s that groundbreaking new crust? It’s wonderful, with pretty flawless ratios of bread to cheese and little rolled pepperoni slices in every bite. It’s an impressive technique, but for how delicious it is, it’s hard to really taste the pepperoni with the amount of cheese and parmesan butter flavoring added to the crust.

I love every bite but not really getting any meaty or spicy notes because the salt is overwhelming my tongue. I wish I had a little marinara dip cup for the crust because at this point, with pepp and cheese inside, it’s the only thing missing, and I could use some sweet relief from the oncoming sodium overdose.

Little Caesars Pepperoni  Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza Slice

The pepperoni in the crust may not have popped as hard as I would like, but that was really only because the flavor throughout the whole pie was so strong that it never took its foot off of the salty flavor accelerator. For ten bucks, you can’t go wrong. Just consider adding a side of their Crazy Sauce to inject some extra life into the crust.

Purchased Price: $10.00
Size: Large Pizza (14 inch)
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 slice) 417 calories, 23 grams of fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, less than 1 gram of trans fat, 55 milligrams of cholesterol, 1,093 milligrams of sodium, 33 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, 19 grams of protein.

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Little Caesars Pizza has affordable pizzas

When I get asked for affordable pizza recommendations, I’m always quick to say, “Little Caesars”. As the third-largest pizza chain in the US, Little Caesars Pizza is famous for their ultra-wallet-friendly pizza options, and they have since brought the same delicious 12-inch pies to Singapore, available in-store for as low as $7.99 in-stores.

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For those in the know, Little Caesars Pizza has been around in Singapore since 2018, having opened their flagship in Funan Mall. Since then, they’ve expanded to five outlets locally, including two brand-new ones in Junction Nine and Singpost Centre.

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Step into the outlet and you’ll be greeted with a simple menu of seven pizzas, as well as three sides. The pizzas are available in seven flavours, two Classic, and five Specialty. You can choose from two types of crust: the OG Pan Pizza, or the cheesy Stuffed Crust. The latter is available with an add-on of $4.50.

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Their dough is made fresh daily too, unlike other chains that tend to rely on pre-made or frozen dough.

little caesar pepperoni pizza

The Classic pizzas are priced from $7.99, and are large enough to feed two per pie as there are eight slices—a great option for students or those on a budget, as you can share the cost with a friend. 

The Pepperoni is as straightforward as it gets, with a peppering of the salty Italian sausage across a bed of mozzarella and muenster cheese, as well as tomato sauce. 

cheese pizza little caesars

If you prefer your pizza unadorned, then get the Cheese pizza, generously covered with a blend of the same two kinds of cheese.

3 meat treat pizza

I personally prefer their Specialty selection. While slightly pricier, you still get a value-for-money that is hard to beat. A favourite is their 3 Meat Treat ($13.49), a combination of pepperoni, minced pork sausage, and bacon. Fatty, meaty, and salty in the best way possible, I highly encourage adding a Stuffed Crust to this so you get an extra cheesy slice.

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As a team pineapple on pizza person, their Hula Hawaiian ($13.49) is great as their pizza is loaded with bits of the tropical fruit. The ham slices could be a touch thicker for more textural and smokiness to cut the combination of cheese and pineapple, though.

crazy combo

Accompany your pizza with some sides off the menu for a more filling meal. The Crazy Combo ($2.99) is a signature, featuring thick breadsticks dusted in garlic parmesan cheese, served with a marinara dip. 

If garlic isn’t your jam, then save space for their Cheesy Bread ($4.99), fresh-baked and smothered with piping hot cheese.

cinnamon bites

Finally, there’s on dessert option on the menu: Cinnamon Bites ($4.99), where cinnamon sugar meets pizza dough and a sweet chocolate dip.

Another noteworthy feature at Little Caesars Pizza’s eateries is their Hot-N-Ready feature, where guests get served hot pizzas within 30 seconds upon order. This is because the brand makes signature flavours prior to peak hour rushes, keeping them heated and ready for service. This ensures you don’t have to wait too long to get a warm meal.

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Little Caesars Pizza also does islandwide delivery, great if you’re choosing to host guests at home. For this, there are combos starting from $15 for their Treat For Two, which has a pizza and two 500ml  bottled beverages, to their 4-For-$49 Deal, where you get two Classic and two Specialty pizzas for $49, which feeds up to 8 people. Do note that prices for their delivery menu differ from in-stores.

There’s a minimum order of $20. Deliveries above $65 are free. Eatbook readers can get $5 off your first purchase with the code ‘EATBOOK’ when you order on the Little Caesars Pizza website by 31 January 2021.

The next time you are craving a pizza fix that is fast, convenient, and won’t break the bank, look to Little Caesars Pizza’s outlets in Holland Village, Singpost Centre, Junction Nine, Funan Mall, and Thomson Plaza.

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Little Caesar's Pizza Review
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Little Caesars Menu

“Pizza! Pizza!” It’s probably the best-known fast-food pizza slogan ever – simple, to the point, and catchy – just like Little Caesar’s Pizza. The phrase refers to two pizzas being offered for the price of a single pizza from competitors.

And if there’s one thing Little Caesar’s does right, it’s offering fast, ready-made pizzas at a super low price. 

History and Inspiration

Little Caesars was founded by Mike “Little Caesar” Ilitch and his wife Marian in 1959 in Garden City, Detroit, where this first location is still in business today. In the beginning, the couple served pizzas, hot dogs, shrimp, chicken, and fish. But soon, they decided to focus on pizza, and by 1962, they had sold their first franchise. By 1987, Little Caesars had locations in all 50 US states, and in 1989, they bought out the Mother Pizza chain in Canada and the UK, giving them a stronger foothold in those areas. You might remember seeing Little Caesars inside of K-Mart stores in the 1990s and early 2000s, and today, they are the fastest-growing pizza chain in the world, with more than 4,000 locations in the U.S. and 17 international locations.

Types of Little Caesar¿s Pizza

Little Caesar’s offers over 30 types of pizzas. Their Classic pizzas like pepperoni, Hawaiian, veggie, and other main menu items are part of the “Hot-N-Ready” menu, created to make the more popular meals available immediately.

The franchise also offers several specialty or custom pizzas so customers can order exactly what they’re craving. In 1996, Little Caesars introduced a 3-foot-long rectangular pizza called Pizza by the Foot that has since been discontinued; however, its equivalent called “Pizza by the Meter” is a popular item in Saudi Arabia. The Deep!Deep! Dish Pizza is a Detroit-style pizza, and occasionally, the franchise releases limited-time offers like the Soft Pretzel Crust Pizza and the Bacon Wrapped Deep! Deep! Dish Pizza.

All this pizza talk had us internet spiraling a bit. And wondering… what kind of pizza would I be if I was a pizza? I mean, of course we did this Google spiral off the clock. Totally not while writing this and eating pizza. That would be too far – right?

 

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Little Caesar’s has gone through many fun pizza ideas, but today, they’re mostly known for the “Hot-N-Ready” pizzas, Crazy Bread (garlic-parmesan breadsticks), Detroit-style DEEP! DEEP! Dish Pizza, and occasional limited-time offers. Interestingly, Little Caesar’s is the only national pizza chain that makes its dough fresh daily in each location. This is quite a feat considering the restaurants make a total of around three million pizzas a day.

1.      Taste and Texture [3.5/5]

The Hot-N-Ready pizzas area great in theory, but if they’ve been sitting around for any length of time, the freshness factor plummets. Remember the slices of pizzas under the warmer at Little Caesar’s inside of K-mart stores? They were made fresh that day but sat around too long? But you’re willing to eat it so you could fill your tummy and catch all of those K-Mart Blue Light Specials? It’s like that. I’d recommend picking up a Hot-N-Ready pizza only during the busy hours, so you know the turnover is fast, and the pizza is fresh. As for the toppings, I’ve never met a pizza topping I didn’t like. The pepperonis aren’t as crisp as Dominoes, but they still have a nice flavor. The veggies are fresh, the marinara sauce has a good tangy, spicy flavor, and the crust is doughy but tasty. If you aren’t a fan of doughy thick crust, choose a thin crust pizza. The cheese also had a good flavor, but it doesn’t taste the same once it’s re-heated. This is probably because Little Caesar’s uses a pre-shredded, low-water-content cheese to keep the cost low, but it’s still tasty and stringy when you take a bite. 

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2.Are they healthy? [2.5/5]

By nature, pizza isn’t one of the healthiest items you can order if you’re on a diet. Almost all of Little Caesars’ menu items are high in calories, saturated fat, and sodium. But the least unhealthy slice of pizza is from the chain is the Hot-N-Ready classic cheese pizza, which contains 280 calories, 11 grams of fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 25 milligrams of cholesterol, and 560 milligrams of sodium per slice. If that sounds too high, compare it to the restaurant’s least healthy item: the Stuffed Crust Deep! Deep! Pepperoni pizza, which contains 420 calories, 20 grams of fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, 45 milligrams of cholesterol, and 840 milligrams of sodium.

However, the good news is, there’s a vegan option. That’s right- no meat, no cheese, no dairy, and no eggs. It takes just a bit of modification, but not much. The regular crust and the regular marinara sauce are vegan already, so when ordering your pizza, just ask for the Classic pizza without the cheese; then load up on veggies. 

3.Are they Worth it? [3.5/5]

I’ve enjoyed Little Caesar’s pizza since I was a kid, and my parents always liked it because it was so inexpensive. It was always the pizza that parents would buy for birthday parties, and everyone was always happy. Now my kids enjoy it, and maybe now I like it for the same reason my parents did- it’s inexpensive, made fast, and can feed a lot of kids on a budget. It’s available across all US states, and you can even find locations internationally, so it’s readily available all over the globe. It tastes pretty good for a fast-food pizza, and there are lots of options to fulfill any taste preference.

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Final Verdict

 I’ve also eaten the vegan version with friends of mine who are vegan. For extra taste, we brought our own avocado and Himalayan sea salt. (My vegan friends always seem to have an avocado with them!) Little Caesar’s pizza doesn’t particularly stand out in flavor, but it’s a solid choice for the price and its wide availability.

Little Caesar’s Pizza Nutrition Facts

The nutritional facts vary depending on each pizza, but making it simple, here is the nutritional info on a Large Hot-N-Ready Classic Pepperoni Pizza.

  • Calories 280
  • Total Fat 11 g
  • Saturated Fat5 g
  • Trans Fat 0 g
  • Cholesterol 25 mg
  • Sodium 560 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 32 g
  • Dietary Fiber 2 g
  • Sugars3 g
  • Protein14 g
  • Calcium 200 mg

Little Caesar’s Pizza Pricing

Little Caesar’s is known for its $5 hot and ready pizzas, but this deal only applies to the cheese and pepperoni pies. Any other pizza will cost you a little more and will need some time for preparation. How is it possible to make a profit on such a cheap pizza? The chain has fine-tuned its ingredient list and taken a short-cut with its cheese. It’s pre-shredded and made with low water content, which allows it to be stored for much longer. Besides the $5 Hot-N-Ready pies, Little Caesars also offers a $6 “ExtraMostBestest” Pepperoni and occasional promotional deals, which you can find out more about on their website. Prices vary by location, but some deals include a 3-piece Stuffed Crazy Bread for $3.49 from 4-8 PM daily. 

What do you think?

Are you a fan of Little Caesar’s pizzas? What are your favorite toppings? What has your experience been when ordering a Hot-N-Ready? Was it, in fact, hot and ready, or did it miss the mark? We want to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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This week, Little Caesars unveiled their latest culinary invention, the Crazy Calzony. Instantly, the internet was left scratching its collective head — with opinions split between disgust and hunger-induced curiosity. At first glance, I wasn’t on board. I hate meme foods that look like they were made solely to create conversation. Call me crazy but I really want chains to do one thing and one thing only: make good food at an affordable (yet sustainable) price.

Was I being unfair to the Crazy Calzony? Maybe. Just because something looks like it was made to be memed doesn’t make it automatically bad. On paper, the thing sounds solid. So solid that I knew I had to try it ASAP.

The Crazy Calzony claims to be part pepperoni pizza, part calzone. Inside the crust, you’ll find a garlic white sauce, mozzarella cheese, and julienned pepperonis, with some parmesan sprinkled over the whole pie for good measure. To us, it looks less like a calzone and more like a Sicilian quadri pizza, where the crust is folded over, essentially creating a stuffed crust pizza. So it’s not like there isn’t precedent for this — though we doubt that’s what Little Caesars was going for.

The Crazy Calzony is available at participating Little Caesars nationwide for delivery or pickup at a price of $8.49. Beginning August 23rd it’ll be available as a Hot N’ Ready item. We tried two Crazy Calzonys this week to see if this thing is worth the buy — so that you don’t have to take the chance next time you end up at a Little Caesars choosing between this or a sensibly priced $5 regular pizza.

Let’s dive in!

Little Caesar’s Crazy Calzony Pepperoni Pizza/ Cheese Pizza

Crazy Calzony? More like f*cked up calzone. Seriously, let’s get this right out of the way, if your interest in this pizza revolves around the idea that you get the best of both worlds with the Crazy Calzony you’re going to be disappointed — this is nothing like eating a calzone. What makes a Calzone great is how many ingredients the form factor allows you to stuff inside of it (and the puff of an air-sealed crust). A calzone, unlike a pizza, isn’t about toppings, it’s about fillings, which are two very different things. Unfortunately, as far as fillings go the Crazy Calzony is lacking. You get little chunks of julienned pepperoni, but that’s it, it’s mostly a crust stuffed with cheese. Even the garlic white sauce gets consumed by that cheese, giving it a different consistency than the cheese on top of the pie, but aside from the mouthfeel being different, it’s very easy to mistake this sauce for more cheese, with some subtle notes of garlic thrown in there.

That’s not a problem for me, I love stuffed crust pizza. But I’m just warning the calzone-heads out there, this thing is going to keep you wanting if what you want is a calzone. This isn’t even a bad calzone, it’s just not a calzone at all.

Another thing that makes calzones great is how easily dippable they are, Little Caesars gets this which is why they supply their famous Crazy Sauce with this pie. But considering Little Caesars’ regular pizza is constructed in a way that the toppings magically hold up against gravity, you can also do that with a regular slice of Little Caesars’ pizza, so you don’t need this form factor for that experience.

At first bite, you’ll be greeted with an overwhelming amount of salt that settles into notes of butter and garlic, and then, unfortunately, the flavor ride is over. This isn’t the most complex of culinary experiences, but it is in no way bad, aside from the greasy fingers it’ll leave you. It’s great stoner food, so if you’re indulging the munchies, definitely get it. As we alluded to before, this is less like a calzone and more like a stuffed crust pizza, but I like it better than a normal stuffed crust pizza. The way the cheese spills over from the crust into the pie is a beautiful thing. If you’ve ever eaten a stuffed crust pizza and wanted even more cheese, this provides that.

Plus you get more crispiness.

I had both the all-cheese and pepperoni versions and for the most part, the experiences were the same. Both feature the julienne pepperonis in the crust, so vegetarians beware, this pizza is not friendly to you. As you can tell from the picture, the pepperoni pizza was assembled haphazardly, so overall it felt really lacking in the toppings department. Overall, the flavors here are good, and if you love Little Caesars it’s safe to assume you’re going to like the taste of this, but please, Little Caesars, if you’re listening, we have a very easy fix for the overall lackluster experience of eating this pizza — offer some fillings choices. Give us the chance to stick anything you’ve got into that crust.

The Bottom Line

If you’re looking for a calzone look elsewhere. If you’re looking for the evolution of the stuffed crust pizza, this is it! There is more cheese than your regular stuffed crust, and with the inclusion of the garlic white sauce, you get an extra flavor in there to keep things interesting.

For the best results don’t pick this one up Hot-N-Ready, instead order it online or in-store and go crazy with those toppings. Pepperoni, bacon, and green peppers seem like a winner paired with that garlic white sauce in the crust. Don’t stop at the Crazy Sauce either, if you have your own favorite dipping sauces at home, definitely utilize them — this pizza needs a little extra help in order to realize its full potential.

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