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Order These Pizzas Inspired By Your Favorite Cartoons

Julia Payne

Even in an animated world, there's something that looks so good when seeing a fresh pizza. Not only can animated pizza make you hungry, but you can get inspired from some of your favorite cartoons the next time you order from a pizza restaurant. Restaurants in your local area can easily serve up the following five types of pizza based off current and classic cartoons. Just like your favorite cartoon character, these pizzas can become your signature order every time you visit a restaurant.

The Simpsons

In the 25-plus seasons of The Simpsons, Homer has mentioned pizza on dozens of occasions. While a lot of the pizzas are of a plain cheese variety, one of them stood out from the rest. Krusty the Clown loves to market products through his grocery store and food chain. One of his signature food items is the Krusty Pizza. This pizza includes sausage and cheese as a topping.

Other mentions of the pizza have included a variety of meat ingredients. To get inspired by this pizza, you can order a regular sausage pizza or mix it up with additional meat ingredients like bacon and ground beef.

SpongeBob Squarepants

From Krusty the Clown to the Krusty Krab, the next pizza comes from the infamous underwater fast food restaurant. In the "SpongeBob Squarepants" episode "Pizza Delivery," SpongeBob must deliver the first pizza from the Krusty Krab. Like many other menu items, the pizza is seafood inspired. When ordering at restaurants, you can find plenty of pizzas similar to this theme.

Toppings for this pizza include clams, shrimp, scallops, and salmon. If you're feeling extra ambitious, consider ordering a lobster pizza to enjoy some unique flavors.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

There is no denying the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's love for pizza. The turtles grew up on sewer algae until they tried pizza and nothing has been the same ever since. Their pizza flavor palette has included strange ingredients like peanut butter and jellybeans, but there is one go-to pizza that they all enjoy, especially Mikey.

A ninja turtles inspired pizza would have pepperoni and jalapenos topped all over it. Not only does this pizza have a nice kick, but the flavor mix is great and the pizza is even better when you have leftovers. The spices and juices from the pizza really soak into the cheese and crust.


Lasagna has always been considered Garfield's favorite food, but pizza comes in at a close second. With Italian inspirations, Garfield will love to devour almost any type of pizza. To eat like the lovable fat cat, consider a traditional Silician deep dish styled pizza. The thick slices of these pizzas are filled with cheese and toppings.

Popular Italian pizza toppings include mushrooms, extra cheese, and onions. A fresh tomato sauce and tomato slices can also infuse Italian flavors that Garfield would love. Garfield has been seen eating these types of pizzas in a variety of comic strips and cartoon episodes.


Whenever Scooby-Doo and the gang are solving a mystery, they always make time to stop at a local restaurant or diner for a fresh meal. Between sandwiches and Scooby Snacks, Scooby and Shaggy love to get their hands on fresh pizza slices. For Scooby, the more the merrier on his slices of pizza. This includes a lot of extra cheese. Scooby would also enjoy meats on the pizza like ham or Canadian bacon. When layered with the cheese, you can have a lot of flavor packed into each slice.

During some seasons of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy is portrayed as a vegetarian. To get inspired by this character, consider a vegetarian pizza topped with broccoli, peppers, and spinach. It is infused with flavors that would be approved by the Mystery Gang.

As you order these pizzas or visit restaurants in your area, it's also a good idea to use the cartoons as a way for your children to try out new pizza flavors and toppings.


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