Little Caesars Deep Dish large pizza typically costs less the Pizza Hut pan pizza, but how does it compare in terms of taste?
For my Little Caesars Deep Dish review, I wondered is it worth it to save a couple bucks if your family is not going to be satisfied?
I decided to put the Little Caesars Deep Dish pizza to the test with the best pizza connoisseurs I know: my teenage sons. I ordered a Little Caesars Deep dish with half pepperoni, for the son who likes things plain and half with pineapple, ham and black olives for the more adventuresome son.
I like to have a few stevia sweetened sodas, such as Zevia and Hansen’s Free, around whenever I order pizza. If you are on a gluten free diet, simply bake up an Amy’s gluten-free, dairy free pizza while you wait for the pizza delivery.
Or, if you are on a diet, and don’t want to share your family’s pizza, try eating Mary’s Gone Crackers with a high quality hummus. It really does the trick!
Here are things to know if you aren’t sure whether to order Little Caesars Deep Dish or Pizza Hut’s pan pizza:
No. 1: Pizza Hut versus Little Caesars review of the toppings: Little Caesars offers pepperoni, green pepper, onion, Italian sausage, ham, Canadian bacon, beef topping, black olives, green olives, banana pepper rings, jalapeno peppers, bacon, mushrooms and pineapple. Pizza Hut toppings include beef, pork sausage, green peppers, red onions, mushrooms, black olives, tomatoes, bacon and barbeque pork topping and more.
No. 2: Pizza Hut versus Little Caesars review of the topping portions: I felt as though Little Caesars provided a better portion of toppings as opposed to Pizza Hut, which can sometimes be skimpy on the cheese.
No. 3: Pizza Hut versus Little Caesars review of the pizza sauce: The Pizza Hut sauce tastes a little sweeter to me, and the Little Caesars is slightly thicker.
No. 4: Pizza Hut versus Little Caesars review of the deep dish crust: The Pizza Hut pan pizza is extremely high in fat, but the Little Caesars is not a diet dream either. Pizza Hut’s has 19 grams compared to Little Caesars 16 grams in a large pepperoni deep dish style pizza.
No. 5: Pizza Hut pan pizza versus Little Caesars deep dish nutritional information: The Little Caesars deep dish pepperoni has 360 calories and 16 grams of fat in 1/8 of the pizza. Pizza Hut’s pepperoni pan pizza slice has 380 calories and 19 grams of fat.
I asked my son how he thought the Little Caesars deep dish compared to Pizza Hut’s pan pizza. He said, “There’s not much of a difference except Little Caesars does not have as many commercials.”
I noticed there was not the grease on the bottom of the crust with the Little Caesars, yet it still had a crispy, butter edge. Pizza Hut’s pan pizza crust is always a hit because it’s rich and buttery and delicious.
For my Little Caesars Deep Dish review, I can say Pizza Hut’s pan pizza tastes better than Little Caesars deep dish. But if your children are like mine and just love pizza, it’s probably better to save a few bucks and a few grams of fat and buy Little Caesars.
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