When it comes to gas station food, there are a few things that come to mind, like QuikTrip’s roller grill and, of course, Casey’s General Store pizza. This summer, they have unveiled something new to their selection of pies… thin crust pizza!
Casey’s new offering is a square-cut, thin crust pizza that can be ordered as a different crust option with their wide varieties of pizza. With smaller slices, that means you can eat as much as you want or as little as you like, perfect for people who are dieting!
The crust is sprinkled with a pinch of sea salt.
We stopped by and ordered two large pizzas which were cut into 16 slices, which is a skewed number because the corner pieces are tiny. We had a pepperoni pizza and a supreme.
As far as gas station pizzas go, this was phenomenal. Compared to some other thin crust options around town, Casey’s didn’t have that cracker style crunch to it, but it was still a good slice of pie that kept us going for more. The slices were cut small enough to graze on throughout the day. How’s it compare to Hunt Brothers? I’d say they are pretty comparable.
My personal favorite was the supreme. And I have to be honest, we’ve gone back twice since these came out. I prefer this to their other pizzas.
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