Chicago Town asked me to test out some of their new flavours, so how better to do it than by throwing a pizza party!? I treated my Mum to a night of great pizza, pizza-themed photo booth fun and a movie marathon.
Chicago Town have just launched seven tasty new flavours to their frozen pizza line-up. Their popular Takeaway range has expanded with limited ddition The Takeaway Pulled Beef Brisket (for the Euro 2016 football tournament), The Takeaway American Hot,
The Takeaway Four Cheese and The Takeaway Cajun Chicken. There are also two new deep dish varieties – Meatball Melt and Mega Meaty – and the new Pizza Melt BBQ Chicken (which is basically a pizza topping filled bun roll – how exciting!).
There is, of course, a limit to how much two people can eat, so we went for a Large The Takeaway Four Cheese Melt, a Medium The Takeaway Cajun Chicken and The Deep Dish Mega Meaty. We loved all three of the pizzas, but I think we both agreed that the Four Cheese Melt was our favourite – it’s a blend of mozzarella, Monterey Jack, mature Cheddar and Emmental cheeses with a tomato pizza sauce stuffed crust. This blend of cheeses was so tasty and definitely packed an extra punch compared to the standard mozzarella ones.
The Takeaway Cajun Chicken has the Chicago Town classic crust. This spicy pizza has toppings of mozzarella cheese, cajun chicken and red and green peppers. I like the way that Chicago Town don’t scrimp on toppings – they cover the entire pizza and go right to the crust. The Takeaway range has an authentic fresh takeaway pizza taste too – for a fraction of the price. We also enjoyed The Deep Dish Mega Meaty – these are smaller individual pizzas as the base is a lot thicker and the crust taller – like traditional Chicago deep dish pizzas. These pizzas are packed full of meat and flavour, with pepperoni, crumbled sausage, ham and mozzarella cheese.
We still had some room left for some candy sweet pizza, and energy for more photo booth fun too. Have you tried Chicago Town before?
This is a sponsored post with Chicago Town, but all opinions are my own.
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