There is no denying that the current craze in the world of pizza is thin crust. However, there may be some still pondering if the thin crust thing is a fad, or a trend that is going to stay for the long haul.
While it is very much in right now, thin crust is enjoyed by a lot of Americans for many reasons. For starters, a crisp, thin crust adds to the flavour of your pizza all without taking away from, or even overpowering the flavour of the toppings. Some also suggest that a thin crust is less filling that thicker doughy crusts.
Since a lot of customers are looking for and loving thin crust pizza right now, having an option for it on the menu is a great way to please people, however, there are ways to take it a bit further to enhance your thin crust.
Give them options
When it comes to capitalizing on the thin crust cravings going around, the best way to do so is to offer more than one simple thin crust option. Pan-baked crusts deliver a flaky, crisp crust that give you multiple options
These thin crusts provide a real crisp crust that have a nice snap to them.
Traditional thin crust
These pan-baked thin crusts are perfect for a flatbread, or lighter pizza. They are crisp, but less filling than a traditional crust.
Capitalize on crusts
Thin crusts may be in right now, but that does not mean you should ignore the other options on your menu. Keeping a consistent, golden brown, crispy crust is the best way to keep customers coming back for more, whether it is for a slice of perfectly crisp, thin-crusted pizza, or another one of your delicious pies.
This post was written by Shan Bakrac, owner of Top Slice Pizzeria. Top Slice Pizzeria is the best slice of St Pete pizza with over 35 years of experience, and the best ingredients on the market to make the freshest pizza! If you’re in the Downtown St. Pete area come on in, place an order for pickup or find us on Uber EATS!