FAST FOOD NEWS: Little Caesars Impossible Supreme Pizza

Little Caesars Impossible Supreme Pizza

Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat are the new Coke and Pepsi. Like the soft drink makers, they’re both trying to get their plant-based meat substitutes into as many fast food chains as possible.

There’s White Castle’s Impossible Slider, Del Taco’s Beyond Tacos, Burger King’s Impossible Whopper, Carl’s Jr.’s Beyond Famous Star, and now there’s Little Caesars’ Impossible Supreme Pizza.

The Impossible Supreme is a large pizza topped with sauce made from fresh-packed, vine-ripened California crushed tomatoes, mozzarella and Muenster cheeses, caramelized onions, mushrooms, green peppers, and the Impossible Sausage, which is made from plants.

According to Little Caesars, a 1/4-pound serving of the Impossible Sausage has 270 calories, 17 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol and 17 grams of protein. To give you a little perspective, 1/4-pound of regular beef sausage has 340 calories, 29 grams of fat, 12 grams of saturated fat, 70 milligrams of cholesterol, and 14 grams of protein.

Unfortunately, the pizza is being tested at participating Little Caesars locations in Yakima, Wash.; Ft. Meyers, Fla.; and Albuquerque, N.M. for a limited time for $12 plus tax.

If you happen to live near a test location and tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.

(Image via Little Caesars.)

4 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Little Caesars Impossible Supreme Pizza”

  1. I actually live one city over from one of their test markets, but my local Little Caesar’s still had it. The pizza is amazing. I got it without cheese to make it vegan, and it honestly didn’t even need it. It’s that good. The impossible sausage tastes EXACTLY like real sausage. You will think they got your order wrong. It’s definitely the most authentic meat-less sausage on the market right now (I’ve tried almost all of them), sorry beyond meat! My non-vegan cousin tried a piece of the impossible sausage and she couldn’t tell the difference either. The only difference is that I recall that the flavor of real sausage would linger in the mouth for longer after consuming it, maybe because of the extra fat content. Other than that, the flavor and texture are on point. Definitely try it out if you can! I’m confident that the test will go well and it will be available nation wide soon.

    1. Thanks, @Jarred, for the review. I want it, NOW! 😉 (And amazing to me that it’s taken this long to get the fast-food restaurants in the U.S. to offer vegetarian/vegan alternatives–the UK was doing it 20+ years ago. McDonald’s really blew its opportunity (and still is doing so, as its competitors reach out to non-meat eaters). )

  2. I recently tried the impossible pizza at the Richland, WA location and was quite impressed, my 17 year old son didnt even realize it was a plant based sausage. We will be back for more.

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