Nov 17, 2010

Review: Little Caesars - Crazy Bread

For as long as I've been to Little Caesars, they've always had Crazy Bread available for dirt cheap to accompany their "Pizza! Pizza!" Crazy Bread comes in an order of eight breadsticks (made from pizza dough as far as I can tell) topped with butter and garlic (or some reasonable facsimile thereof) and a dusting of Parmesan cheese.

There's always a deal for them when you buy a pizza. This time around the deal was two orders (16 breadsticks!) for $2(!).

Crazy Bread comes warm and is on the soft and dense side. The flavoring is enough to keep it interesting but not excessive to the point where you wouldn't dip it in Crazy Sauce (i.e. marinara for usually 50 cents extra). I prefer them without the Sauce though. They don't taste amazing or anything (but they're amazingly cheap!) but they're still pretty good and a bit addicting.

My local Little Caesars usually keeps a couple orders at the ready in the warmer to pair up with their Hot N Ready Pizzas.
The only qualm I have with Crazy Bread is that they're pretty oily on the surface and your fingers will be covered in short order.

I really like Crazy Bread better than the breadstick offerings at the other major chains and the pricing just blows them all out of the water.

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Nutritional Info - Little Caesars Crazy Bread - per breadstick (38g)
Calories - 100 (from Fat - 25)
Fat - 3g (Saturated Fat - .5g)
Sodium - 150mg
Carbs - 15g (Sugar - 1g)
Protein - 3g

1 comment:

  1. Crack in dough form. Domino's has pretty good breadsticks as well, but they're double the price.


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