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Nov 1, 2018

Review: Little Caesars - Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Little Caesars' Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza features a "crispy, flaky, thin crust" a blend of mozzarella and Muenster cheese, and the same amount of pepperoni as the ExtraMostBestest line placed to the very edge of the crust.

I went and bought one for $6.

For whatever reason, all the Big Four (Dominos, Papa John's, Pizza Hut, and Little Caesars) pizza chains' thin crust feels the same. The crust is slightly flaky and slightly crispy, which is to say it's unlike any thin crust pizza I've come across at any local pizzeria. That's not to say it's not enjoyable but the similarity is curious and the thin crust is definitely its own beast. I would liken it to slightly toasted lavash. It should be noted that the previous version of thin crust that some Little Caesars locations offered was more like a traditional pizza crust.

They're not kidding about putting pepperoni to the edge of the crust. There was even a few pieces that peeked over the edge. The pepperoni was just a little peppery with a fairly even placement that meant pepperoni in every bite.

The cheese didn't feel as plentiful as on the ExtraMostBestest which is understandable given the thinnest of the crust (too much cheese could make the crust soggy and soft) but there was a consistent layer of it from end to end.

Overall, Little Caesars' Thin Crust Pepperoni turned out pretty well with a little more pepperoni and cheese than comparable thin crust from competitors. Any of them will do in a pinch if you're wanting that somewhat cracker-like crust though.


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