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Little Caesars Has A Pizza With 4 Different Kinds of Crusts In The Works

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Little Caesars is revolutionizing the way you eat pizza.

We like to argue that the crust is the best part of the pizza (especially if you make it from scratch), but we understand that’s not the most popular opinion. Little Caesars seems to agree, because it’s putting a stop to those picky eaters who always throw the pizza crust away.

The pizza chain recently revealed its latest creation, and we don’t know why no one’s thought of this before. We already can’t get enough of Little Caesars’ four-crust pizza.

See how Little Caesars held up in our pizza chain taste test.

4 Flavors, 1 Cheesy Pie

This all-new flavorful beauty is called the Quattro Pizza. It’s a large pepperoni pizza that boasts four delectable crust flavors—in the same pie!—and we seriously need a bite. The Quattro Pizza crust includes:

  • Cheddar and jalapeno
  • Cheddar and bacon
  • Asiago and Parmesan
  • Asiago and Parmesan breadcrumbs

Since the crusts are interwoven, it only makes sense that the flavors shift gradually and contain similar ingredients. Spicy pizza lovers can get the kick they crave with cheddar and jalapeno, and cheese lovers don’t have to sacrifice their tender taste buds with the cheddar and bacon crust. The pizza also comes with two dipping sauces: Butter Garlic and Buffalo Ranch.

The Quattro Pizza Is Still Being Tested

You’ll have to be patient if you want to get your hands on this pie. Little Caesars is still testing out the Quattro Pizza, and it’s currently available only at participating locations in Kentucky and Virginia. (Find out what was recently on their menu in Georgia.)

The Quattro Pizza is said to cost only $8, but its calorie content will definitely put a dent in your diet. One slice racks up 373 calories, meaning the whole pizza contains 2,984 calories. Mama mia! But we’re thinking all those flavors are definitely worth it. (Don’t worry, you can always sub in one of these guilt-free pizzas.)

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Article by Laurie Dixon for Taste of Home. View the original here.