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This is going to be a really quick review on one of my childhood favs, Little Caesars Pizza.  Key words here are "childhood favs".  So this particular weekend I was feeling a little nostalgic and since Little Caesars was in the area, I decided to give them a try.  I had a coupon for a "Hot N Ready Pizza" and free crazy bread for $5.00 so I figured "Why Not!".  


Well, it tasted like I remembered but now the pizza is cut into slices.  When I was a kid the pizza was cut in squares.  While it was nice and hot, oooey and gooey, it was good.  Later on when I heated up a slice, I had to throw it away because it tasted like what I imagine cardboard would taste like.  

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At the end of the day, I guess I wasn't really expecting much and for five bucks, I wasn't a bad deal! Now, would I go back?  Probably not.  
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Have a good day!
~Trice

21 comments

  1. I remember that Little Caesar's used to actually make the pizza back in the day (and the Crazy Bread too). Now they come premade, and they just heat them up. I tried one a few years ago (after not having one in about 10 years) and it was just awful (but very cheap).

    *Erin

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  2. I feel the same way it's great hot but not for reheating!! lolllll

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  3. Yea, I agree. It's good hot & fresh but reheating is terrible. And since you can only get one topping for the price I usually add my own extra toppings.

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  4. I thought I was the only one who felt that way, It's good hot & fresh but horrible after reheating.

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  5. LOL! Spot on analysis of Little Caesars Pizza. I can't stand it as it really does taste like cardboard. Although, on nights of having people over to drink, you really can't get a better deal. :)

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  6. Lol we call it Hot n Nasty here in Detroit!

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  7. My girls love it and I buy it for them because it's $5 and ready at drive through!

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  8. I have NEVER tried Little Caesars Pizza and we have one right around the corner from where I live! lol

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  9. Reheating the pizza is another issue really. Batter not! lol.:)

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  10. Girl I had that same experience with them when I stopped there for lunch one day. Cardboard was exactly what it tasted like. They have truly gone down. SMH.

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  11. Give Pizza Hut anyday over Little Caesars, they are cool for $5 but other than that, nope!!


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  12. I still love Little Caeser's! And their $5 pizza is not bad at all and the crazy bread is still my favorite.

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  13. Me and my daughters love little ceaser's. There were two, now one, in the city that actually "makes" their pizza's daily. You can eat'em hot or warm it up and it's still good. There are more independent sites now, that don't make the pizza as well. One actually tried to charge me more to give me a pizza with "light" sauce! What the ??!!

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  14. Youre right, reheating Lil Caesars never works lol. But when its fresh its soooo yummy :)

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  15. Is it weird that I don't think I've ever had a Little Caesar's pizza before? However, I do have nostalgia bouts for the cheeseburger pizza at Cici's - all-you-can-eat pizza buffet!!!!

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  16. Domino's has the greatest pizza now!!! And its only $5.99 in my area (cali) when you pick it up. I choose it over pizza hut all the time now! They used to be gross..lol

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