Little Caesar’s Crazy Bread Copycat Recipe

3.5 / 5 (2 reviews)

This Little Caesar’s Crazy Bread Copycat Recipe is delicious!  I’m not to big of a fan of their pizza but I could eat their breadsticks all day long if I let myself! This is a quick and easy recipe… watch this video to see how easy it is to make Little Caesars Crazy Bread!

Little Ceasar's Crazy Bread Recipe

Make a few less runs to Little Caesars and enjoy this super easy to make recipe.  If you are not a fan of using refrigerated pizza dough, you can always substitute your favorite pizza crust recipe.  Just cut strips of the pizza dough with a pizza cutter place on a greased cookie sheet and bake.  Then lather on the garlic butter and sprinkle generously with parmesan cheese!  It is just that easy!

These breadsticks are not only great with pizza but are a fantastic addition to any meal!  I like them with pasta, soup, stir fry, or just as a snack by themselves.  They are quick to make and making them yourself will save you money.  Just serve with your favorite marinara sauce!   This Home Made Crazy Bread is an easy way to keep my teenagers fed!

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Little Caesars Crazy Bread

Little Caesar’s Crazy Bread Copycat Recipe

3.5 / 5 (2 reviews)
Prep Time: 10mins | Cook Time: 10mins
Yield: 8 breadsticks | Serves: 8


  • 1 (10 ounce) can pizza dough
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 1/8 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese


  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Unroll dough on a clean surface. Cut dough in half lengthwise, and then cut 8 strips vertically with a pizza cutter (making 16 small bread sticks). Place each strip onto a lightly greased baking sheet.
  3. Bake 6-8 minutes or until golden brown.
  4. While bread sticks are baking, melt the butter and stir in garlic salt.
  5. Remove bread sticks from the oven and brush on garlic butter mixture. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
  6. Serve with marinara sauce for dipping.

Comments & Reviews

  • Gina

    What brand pizza dough did you use?

  • Michael Fritz

    I work there and we don’t use garlic salt. its pizza dough, lots of butter spread on top, (probably more than that) it’s real butter not margarine and Parmesan cheese. can’t help you on the dough. looks really basic. anyways goodluck on making good breadsticks

    other notes: even though breadsticks don’t have garlic salt it would probably be better that way anyways.

    • Jacqui

      It’s actually made with butter mixed with crushed garlic and Parmesan mixed with Kosher salt. (Though some stores started using a liquid garlic butter the original way was as I mentioned).
      The dough is cut into bread sticks baked and then brushed with the garlic butter and then cheese.

  • Hey! Made these the other night and posted to my blog. I linked it back to your website for the recipe.

  • Amy

    Thank You for posting this recipe, I made these the other night & they turned out amazing. I’ve recently had a craving for garlic and so, I love the garlic & parm combination. Very good, thank you.

  • Emily

    I worked at a Little Caesars for 5 years, and although we technically don’t put garlic salt on Crazy Bread, we do spread garlic butter on top before putting parmesan on them, so adding garlic salt to melted butter is a decent substitute. I just made these yesterday and thought they were pretty good, and probably as close as you can get to making crazy bread at home.

    • Tricia

      I worked there for a couple years as a teenager quite some time ago. Can’t remember the garlic butter recipe, but I do remember that salt was mixed in with the parmesan cheese.

  • Elena

    I made this and it was great. I would add more butter next time.

  • Aimee

    These are Awesome! I like them more than LC breadstix because you can put extra butter & parmasagn on them!


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