Lotzza Motzza Micro Brew Sausage Pizza Review

Lotzza Motzza Micro Brew Sausage Pizza

Yeah yeah, we know we already reviewed the 12″ version of Lotzza Motzza’s Sausage Pizza. But we never reviewed the 9″ version! Sure, there’s not a lot of difference besides size, but our readers deserve the Micro Brew version of this review! We wouldn’t dare hold out on them!

Okay, so let’s cut the act. Really, we love the Lotzza Motzza Sausage Pizza so much that we wanted to review it again, and the Micro Brew version gave us an excuse to do that. We probably didn’t actually need to do this, but oh boy did we want to.

If you need a quick primer to cooking these, it’s really simple. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit, put the pizza on a baking sheet, then stick it in the oven for about 21 minutes. The instructions on the packaging (which you can read at the bottom of this article) say to place the pizza directly on the center oven rack, but we use a baking sheet and our pizzas always come out looking wonderful.

Lotzza Motzza Micro Brew Sausage Pizza

Let’s be real. We knew exactly what to expect going into this. The ooey-gooey cheese, which is a hallmark of Lotzza Motzza pizzas, is present and accounted for. There’s a boatload of cheese on this pizza, so fans of stretchy, melty mozzarella will absolutely love this.

Sausage is possibly Lotzza Motzza’s best topping. They use pretty decent-sized balls of rich, delicious sausage. The flavor is wonderful, and the texture is perfect. This is top-notch sausage.

And, of course, all this amazing cheese and beautiful sausage rests on a thin, pub-style crust slathered in a delicious red sauce. The sauce here, in true Lotzza Motzza fashion, has just a bit of spiciness to it, which is lovely for any pizza, but it’s especially lovely when that pizza is topped with sausage. It’s a perfect combo.

Lotzza Motzza Micro Brew Sausage Pizza

The bad news is that this pizza is a calorie beast. If you eat just 1/3 of this pizza, which the package claims is a serving (even though this is also advertised as a personal pizza), you’re still looking at 300 calories (130 from fat). We think it’s more realistic that you’ll eat 2/3 of the pizza in a sitting, then put the rest in the fridge for later. That means you’ll be eating 600 calories now and 300 more later. That’s a lot. And don’t get us started on the 670 mg per serving of sodium, which comes in at just over 2,000 mg for a full pizza (2,010 mg to be exact).

The Lotzza Motzza Sausage Pizza is perfection, and the Micro Brew version of it is just as amazing (only smaller). If you’re trying to cut calories, this pizza will only serve as a terrible temptation, but if you just want to indulge in an incredible sausage pizza, this is your ticket to Flavortown.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for this Lotzza Motzza pizza, check out our package scan below.

Lotzza Motzza Micro Brew Sausage Pizza