Little Caesars Is Launching a New First-Of-Its-Kind Menu Item

Move over personal pizza.



Everyone who loves pizza knows there’s one flaw with the ooey-gooey, cheesy, saucy dish. It’s too ooey-gooey, cheesy, and saucy to eat on the go. Don’t worry, pizza, everyone has their flaws—and we still forgive you.

Unlike a fast food burger, chicken nugget, or even milkshake, it’s nearly impossible to eat pizza on the run. Unless, maybe, you make a Hot Pocket or Totino’s Pizza Rolls at home and bring them with you. But, what if you’re on a long road trip or want something you can easily eat at a tailgate with your beer in the other hand? Then you’re probably not stopping for pizza.

Or, at least, you weren’t before—now, you might want to reconsider because Little Caesars is launching a new first-of-its-kind product that solves that annoying problem.

Little Caesars knows its customers can lead busy lives, which is why it’s home to the Hot-N-Ready pizza. Even though that "pizza, pizza" is always ready for carryout, it’s not hot and ready to eat in your car—unless you don’t mind a mess.

That’s why Little Caesars created its first-ever portable snack pizza with its new Crazy Puffs.

Little Caesars Introduces Crazy Puffs

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Crazy Puffs are bite-sized pizza pockets filled with mozzarella, pepperoni, and sauce inside a flaky crust coated with garlic butter, Parmesan, and Italian herbs and spices. They’re everything you know and love about Little Caesars’ cheese or pepperoni pizzas, just in a smaller, almost muffin-sized form.

"We know our customers live busy lives," said Greg Hamilton, Chief Marketing Officer of Little Caesars. "That's why we created Crazy Puffs—to deliver the iconic Little Caesars experience in a handheld format perfect for anyone on the go. Whether you're conquering errands, cheering on your team, or need a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, Crazy Puffs are your delicious answer."

Little Caesars Crazy Puffs are available in pepperoni or cheese flavors and are sold in a four-pack for $3.99. The portable snack pizza will hit menus nationwide on March 11—just in time for March Madness or, honestly, a typical Friday night.

Look out fast food restaurants, the pizza chains might be coming for your schtick.

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