For a limited time, Little Caesars is offering a crazier version of their popular Crazy Bread. The pizza chain’s new Loaded Crazy Bread Bites are topped with warm cheddar cheese sauce, shredded Muenster and Mozzarella cheeses, grated parmesan cheese, and chopped Applewood-smoked bacon.
Also, instead of the Crazy Sauce that comes with regular Crazy Bread, these bites come with something crazier — a side of jalapeño slices.
Loaded Crazy Bread Bites are available for $4 at participating locations. The menu item is available HOT-N-READY from 4-8 p.m. or all day, every day by request at all participating U.S. Little Caesars restaurants
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
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6 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Little Caesars Loaded Crazy Bread Bites”
Had these last night. This may be the first LC’s special product that I didn’t care for. The bread pieces were hard and flavorless, and the rest just tasted like fake movie popcorn butter flavoring.
I tried these this past weekend – and neither my husband nor I even made a dent in the pile of ‘bites’ before the package went into the garbage. The only good thing I can say about them is that they were generous with the cheese. The bread pieces weren’t hard but there was no flavor. The bacon had the texture of ham but tasted more like someone had soaked bac-o bits in water overnight – no flavor to the bacon, no flavor to the bread, no real garlic flavor or even butter flavor – it was just a mess of melted cheese on top of chunks of squares that looked like food but didn’t taste like it.
These were god awful. I picked some up because a friend of mine wanted to try them, and between the two of us we couldn’t even make a dent in one order. The bread may as well have not even been there– every piece was like biting into a pillow full of air. One might argue that this should be expected from “bites” made of crazy bread, but this was actually the bright spot of the “dish”. The “bites” were smothered in toppings, and not in a good way. A majority of the cheese was basically a nacho cheese sauce that left me feeling like I just overpaid for nachos at some stadium, and was extremely underwhelmed with the product I paid for. Thank god I only paid $4 for these because the “Applewood bacon” which was just another fancy way to say bacon bits, and the side of jalapenos (that anyone could get from a can) were definitely not enough to save this monstrosity from going right in the trash.
I do not know where the other people who left comments live but in Columbus, Georgis on Macon Road, we tried them last night & they were the best things I have had from a pizza place in a long time, we bought 2 boxes & both of them were delicious, we had an equal serving of everything that came on them, so this is a very good thing for the price, hope they keep them.
I do not know where the other people who left comments live but in Columbus, Georgia on Macon Road, we tried them last night & they were the best things I have had from a pizza place in a long time, we bought 2 boxes & both of them were delicious, we had an equal serving of everything that came on them, so this is a very good thing for the price, hope they keep them.
I just tried these today. They were disgusting. They use that article nacho cheese product on them. Don’t get me wrong, I love nachos, but that cheese only belongs on nachos. Even then, I would much rather have the real stuff. The few pieces of bread that were not drenched in that stuff were great! It tasted like little pieces of crazy bread. They were also topped with real cheese and bacon pieces which also tasted good. I ate about three and tossed the rest in the trash. I wish I decided to get pizza instead of those things!
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