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This Little Caesars Employee Is Showing How Crazy Bread Is Made And It Has People Losing Their Minds

Little Caesars Crazy Bread has been around since the early 80s, and I really can’t imagine life without those tasty sticks made from fresh dough and dipped in delicious pizza sauce.

Just thinking about that fresh-made dough, brushed with butter and sprinkled with garlic and Parmesan cheese makes my stomach growl in major ways.

Seriously, I’ve made a Little Caesars run once or twice — or 54 times — just to satisfy a Crazy Bread craving, and I’m not sorry.

I may eat my weight in Crazy Bread, but I’ve never actually seen how it’s made — until now.

There is a video going viral on TikTok — Where else, right?!? — and it takes us inside the Crazy Kitchen to see how that delicious dough is transformed into the bread we love so much.

Basically, they flatten the dough out into a pizza shape using a dough press.

They cover the flattened dough with plastic (I can’t figure out why), and cut it into strips using a pizza cutter.

Then, they butter up a cookie tray, and lay the strips down in the butter to cook.

Most of the comments on the video are by employees who either confirm or deny that this is how you, in fact, make crazy bread.

It’s kinda crazy (see what I did there) that some Little Caesars pizza joints seem to make their Crazy Bread this way, while others actually do not.

Other people are more concerned about the fact that they are putting plastic on top of the dough before they cut it.

I’ll admit, I wondered about that one myself!

There are some people — many, in fact — that are more concerned about the fact that the Little Caesars employee is cutting the Crazy Bread without wearing gloves.

I mean, that is a little bit concerning — especially when they straight up use their hand to lay the dough onto the cookie sheet. *Ew*

What do you think? Is this how you imagined they made those crazy sticks of garlic-y goodness?

You can see the entire video of the Little Caesars employee making Crazy Bread HERE.