I would say that not many places have them, but flatbread pizzas are incredible. Rocky's at Slippery Rock University has them and they are fabulous. We have all the ingredients at Sheetz to make these and I strongly feel that this would be a great addition. Details: Flatbread 6". Toasted in oven first. Place Sauce on bottom (Marinara or Ranch) leaving just enough space on the outside for crust to form. Place vegetable ...more »
Cheese, pepperoni, or 5-meat personal pizzas with a pretzel crust.
We could offer a build your own pretzel pizza with the options to add sauce or no sauce, cheese, and 2 toppings as well as extra stuff. If we extended this to the Dessert Pizza Idea I submitted earlier then we could offer the option to make a brown sugar cinnamon pretzel pizza. We could toss the pizza crust in the cinnamon sugar mix we use for cinnapoppers as well as allow adding chocolate, caramel ECT. So, in my ideal ...more »
With Pizza Hut not offering dessert pizza anymore ( atleast in my area) this option would likely be popular among Sheetz customers. We could offer a brown sugar streustle like pizza with the option to put cream cheese icing, dried fruits, apples, nuts ( all 3 we already have for salads), or any of the drizzle/ add in options ( like Oreo crumbs, brownie bites, barista chips). We could also offer a baked apple cinnamon ...more »
I loved the pizza Sheetz had in the mid to late 1990s. I was disappointed when it was discontinued but glad to see pizza being reintroduced, but it was NOT the same. I would love to have the original pizza back. They were personal sized ones and at lunch time they would have some basic onea premade and under heat lights like they currently have for breakfast sandwiches in the morning.
Please add a Hawaiian Pizza to your specialty pizza's!
I don't know about everyone else, but when I found out that sheetz was adding pizza to their menu I got super excited, and directly went out and bought one. Now I am know to have delicate taste buds, and sheetz came to disappoint me as began to dig into my first "Sheetza Pizza." I believe that Sheetz seriously needs to reconsider their Pizza recipe, and until then I will have to go elsewhere to get my highly discounted ...more »