It's normally $7.65, but I received this one courtesy of Blaze Pizza.
Blaze Pizza is one of those fast casual pizza chains where they assemble the pizza right in front of you, the way you want it as you move down the line similar to how they do at Chipotle and Subway. The thin pizzas are then very quickly baked in a very hot oven (in 180 seconds according to their site).
The crust turns out very crispy but with a nice bit of chewiness to the crumb, unlike the more cracker-like, but still enjoyable, thin crust at one of the big chains.
There was just enough meat in every bite. You can ask for more but if you overburden one of these pies, it's going to turn out soggy--less is more here. The pepperoni was nice--I would prefer just a bit of crisping--but I really enjoyed the meatballs, which had just the right amount of tender, spongy texture and herby, seasoned flavor. The onions added a little bit of sweetness to go with the slightly sweet sauce.
The pizza is just a little smaller than a "small" at a big pizza chain (11" versus 12"), so the price is pretty reasonable.
Nutritional Info - Blaze Pizza Meat Eater Pizza
Serving Size - 1 slice
Calories - 165 (from Fat - 71)
Fat - 7.9g (Saturated Fat - 3.3g)
Sodium - 412mg
Carbs - 16g (Sugar - 1.4g)
Protein - 6.8g