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Little Caesars’ Launches 50/50 Cheesy Breadstick Pizza

One of the more recent trends in pizza is to make a pie that’s 50% ‘za, 50% something else. Pizza calzone hybrids, for example, have become popular on Instagram.

Little Caesars is capitalizing on this trend by making their own version of a half-and-half pizza, this time using their cheesy breadsticks to go alongside the slices.

Photo courtesy of Little Caesars

The new Slices-N-Stix Pizza features four slices of pepperoni baked on the same crust as eight pieces of Little Caesars’ cheesy breadsticks. It comes with a side of Crazy Sauce, which is the chain’s take on a marinara dipping sauce.

For those ordering individually from Little Caesars, this could be an interesting pizza used to get your full meal in one box. It reduces cardboard waste and leftovers all at the same time: If you usually go for half a pizza in an order, that is.

The Slices-N-Stix Pizza is a limited time offer that will be available starting August 31st. You can pick up one for $6.

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Little Caesars Adds New CHEESE-STUFFED Crazy Bread

It goes without saying that anytime I order from Little Caesars pizza, a bag or three of their famous Crazy Bread is a must. Hot and greasy, I almost always grab an extra order of pure delight as fuel on long drives. Now, decades later, Little Ceasars is finally adding a cheesy twist to their famous bread sticks.

The new Cheese-Stuffed Crazy Bread is baked with melted mozzarella cheese inside and dusted with garlic and grated parmesan cheese. Each bag comes with three sticks and is served with a side of the chain’s marinara-like dip called Crazy Sauce.

Famed fast food reviewer Daym Drops got his hands on a bag and here’s what he had to say as a first look:

As you can see, while he appears to have enjoyed the sticks, his biggest criticism was that it needed a more garlic butter. He then goes on a rant explaining how if he ran his own Little Caesars his breadsticks would constantly be dunked in hot garlic butter, to which I gave him a standing ovation from my bedroom.

May want to take a beat this week and sneak over to our local Little Caesars. This looks too good not to try. Hopefully Mr. Drops just got a solitary dry batch. You can find the new variation of Crazy Bread at participating locations of Little Caesars now.

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Apparently Pokémon Go Players Love Little Caesars And We’re Not Sure Why

In a recent study performed by the analytics firm, Placed, $5 pizza joint Little Caesars was ranked the #1 favorite restaurant among Pokémon Go users. No, I am not Ashton Kutcher and you’re not being punk’d. This is a true statement, and runner-ups included Buffalo Wild Wings and Jack in the Box.

If you’re a living organism with a heartbeat, chances are you play Pokémon Go, or have at least heard of it. The augmented reality app by Niantic was released in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand on July 7, and both gamers and businesses haven’t looked back.


Once restaurants started to realize they could capitalize on the Pokémon Go craze, the floodgates opened. Establishments started dropping lures (a.k.a. items for purchase that attract Pokémon, for you noobs out there), posting pics of Pokémon in their restaurant on social media, and selling Pokémon-related items, like Pokéball ice creams or pizzas.

This fact could explain Little Caesars’ popularity among the Pokémon crowd, although I have mixed feelings about it.

To me, it makes sense Buffalo Wild Wings and Jack in the Box are high up on the list. I will eat those lard-larden boneless wings from B Dubs until the day I die, and no one needs convincing that Jack in the Box is bomb.

But whenever I think of Little Caesars, I’m taken back to a few desperate moments of my youth when the cheap cost barely outweighed what I like to call the “Little Caesars Effect” – the all-too-familiar moment when their low-quality cheese and watery sauce rapidly coagulate into one, disturbing mess in the short amount of time it takes to get from the store to your house.

All rants aside, when you factor in that over half of Pokémon Go users are between the ages of 18 and 29 years old, it kind of make sense. In addition, Nation’s Restaurant News reported that 60% of app users are suckers for business discounts in general, but especially when applied to food.

This is not surprising, seeing as free food to millennials is almost always more exciting than the prospect of scoring weed or alcohol. I may or may not know from experience.

So while the quality of grub at Little Caesars is more than questionable, when you factor in the opportunity for free/cheaper food, and graduating a level by catching a rare Pokémon, it provides a bit more clarity to the situation.


Gratuitous Food Porn: Pizza Edition

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October is National Pizza Month which is basically an excuse for us all to eat more pizza. With football and baseball season in full swing it’s the perfect time to order up some pies for your next group gathering. If you have the patience and lust for some real pizza why not try one of these out for size? Warning: the following pizza images have been rated “M” for Motherfreakin’ Delicious. Scroll on for some hardcore pizza porn!


Spicy Sausage and Pepper Pizza

Spicy Sausage Sweet Pepper

Recipe: Joy the Baker


Arepa Pizza


Recipe: Spoon Fork Bacon


Lemon Pizza


Recipe: A Cozy Kitchen


Pizza Cupcakes


Recipe: Kirbie Cravings


Pepperoni Pizza Pull Apart Bread


Recipe: Just A Taste


Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas


Recipe: Averie Cooks


Breakfast Pizza

Breakfast Pizza

Recipe: Smitten Kitchen


Ramen Pizza


Recipe: Serious Eats


Indian Pizza


Recipe: Mike’s Table


Chinese Food Pizza


Recipe: Zeefer Madness


Pizza Cone

Pizza Cone

Pizzacraft Grilled Pizza Cones: Amazon


S’mores Dessert Pizza


Recipe: She Knows


Fruit Pizza


Recipe: Cheap Recipe Blog


“Pizza! Pizza!”



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Little Caesars’ New Wing Flavors!

Little Caesars Pizza has announced a new line of flavors for their chicken wing products.

Our new Caesar Wings add another great side item to our every day HOT-N-READY® menu,” said Linda “LJ” Jaworski, senior VP of Marketing & Corporate Communication.

Customers look for variety and value when making meal time decisions and our Caesar Wings provide both, along with some delicious new sauces.” Jaworski added.

Wings are available in sets of eight at just $5.

  • Oven Roasted – Traditional, lightly seasoned, oven roasted wings.
  • Buffalo – The traditional Buffalo sauce – hot, spicy and full of butter flavor. Want a stronger kick? Make it HOT!
  • Barbeque – The great taste of traditional BBQ sauce, blended with just the right amount of sweetness.
  • Spicy Barbeque – Little Caesars’ original BBQ with a zing! A unique blend of BBQ and Buffalo.
  • Teriyaki – Sweet soy sauce gives this variety a full-flavored teriyaki taste.
  • Lemon Pepper – Zesty lemon and pepper flavor with a smooth buttery taste.
  • Garlic Parmesan – A creamy and delicious blend of roasted garlic, black pepper and Parmesan.
  • Bacon Honey Mustard – A sweet honey mustard flavor with just the right amount of smoky bacon.

The problem with all these different flavors of wings is you can’t just choose one and walk away. Then there’s the choice of what sauce to get with it, and you might as well get a pizza and some breadsticks too since you’re already there. Decisions, decisions:


Craving: Polenta Pizza


Here we have a new look on a classic Italian dish. Polenta pizza covered in crisp bacon, chopped cremini mushrooms, baby spinach, sliced Roma tomatoes, and shredded fontina cheese. Sounds seriously so good, but since I’m not that fancy I’ll probably just go get a $5 pizza from Little Ceasar’s. (Thx Browneyedbaker)


Little Caesars Pizza

In Anaheim, when we’re thinking cheap, tasty and quick, you can rest assured we’re thinking of Little Caesars! Without calling in an order, we walk into our local Little Caesar’s on State College, slap down 5 dollars for pizza, and another dollar for a bag of breadsticks, and our lunch is set! Join us as we get our pizza glory on: