Copycat Pizza Sauce Recipe

Copycat Pizza Sauce Recipe

Let's face it; this is why you're on this site, right? You want copycat recipes to make at home.

As much as we want you to try our homemade pizza sauce recipe , you'll want to make your favourite restaurant-style pizza's at home for a fraction of the cost and with all the flavour you know.

This guide will give you all the information you need to create a Copycat Pizza Sauce Recipe for all fo the top Pizza restaurants around the world. If you have any more suggestions or want us to research a Pizza Sauce Recipe for any other chain or restaurant, let us know!

Dominos Pizza Sauce Recipe

Dominos has been at the top of their game since the 1960s with their trademark pizza sauce. As you might imagine, Creating that sort of flavour requires a few more ingredients than just quality tomatoes although Dominos are very specific on their tomato type.

Dominos Copycat Pizza Sauce Ingredients

Pulling this copycat recipe together is nice and easy and should give you enough sauce for about Ten 10-inch pizzas or less. It depends on how much sauce you prefer on your pizza.

How to Make Dominos Pizza sauce

Papa Johns Pizza Sauce Recipe

Papa Johns is another huge pizza chain that keeps its official recipe secretly guarded. But the food folks over at seem to have got pretty close with this recipe if the reviews over there are anything to go by.

Let's take a look at the ingredients

Papa Johns Pizza Sauce Ingredients

This recipe makes just over 1 cup and should be enough for three 10-inch pizza.

How to Make Papa Johns Pizza Sauce

Pizza Hut Pizza Sauce Recipe

1958 was when Pizza Hut came to town, and in late 1980, I had my first ever pizza from. I'd be lying if I told you I remembered every bit of it, but there is one thing for sure. That pizza started the obsession for me.

Let's take a look at the oldest Pizza chains relatively simple ingredients list and even more straightforward instructions.

Pizza Hut Pizza Sauce Ingredients

These ingredients should generously cover three ten-inch pizzas.

How to Make Pizza Hut Pizza Sauce

Probably the easiest recipe to prepare and it requires zero cooking.

Pizza Express Pizza Sauce Recipe

Pizza Express is a large Pizza chain over in the UK which has been around since 1965. In 2020 it saw a large number of their 450+ branches close meaning a lot of people will likely miss the uniquely simple flavour of their pizza sauce.

Fear not, the ingredients below are all you need to create their sauce, which will also go down well with some of those addictive Pizza Express dough balls.

Pizza Express Pizza Sauce Ingredients

How to Make Pizza Express Pizza Sauce

Pizza Express Passata

If you're not in the mood to make this sauce and you happen to be in the UK, you can just go to the supermarket as Pizza Express sell their sauce ready-made in jars. Brilliant idea from them! Pizza Express also have recipes for the most popular pizzas on their site using the store-bought sauce.

Pizza express passata

Pizza Express Passata Recipe

Their famous Italian tomato sauce has been used restaurants since 1965 and it is proof that simple always wins as the recipe only has 4 ingredients. From the tin these are Tomato (99%), Salt, Basil (0.06%), Pepper.

Little Caesars Pizza Sauce

Little only in name, Little Caesars is the third-largest pizza chain in the US and has been around since 1959 and are well known for their 'Pizza Pizza' catchphrase and their very affordable dishes.

Let's check out their ingredient list.

Little Caesars Pizza Sauce Ingredients

How to Make Little Caesers Pizza Sauce

This is another no-cook sauce that is super easy to make ahead of time.

Storing your Copycat Pizza Sauce

With all of these recipes, it may be easier to create these in a larger batch for use at other times. When it comes to storage, you can keep them in a large glass jar in the fridge for up to a week.

If you need to store the sauce for longer, you can put it into a freezer-safe container for longer periods of time. I would say you want to try and through any frozen in around a month so be sure to datemark your sauce.

We'll be adding to this list as we discover more of your favourite pizza sauce recipes.


Shane Jones

Hey there! I'm Shane, the face and hands behind BakeSomeBread. My journey into the world of bread and pastries started over 10 years ago, and what began as a simple hobby quickly turned into an all-consuming passion. While I might not have formal qualifications or fancy titles, I've spent countless hours perfecting my recipes, experimenting with flavors, and, yes, learning from a few (or maybe more than a few) baking blunders along the way.

I've never been featured in glossy magazines, and I don't have any teaching stints to boast about, but what I do have is genuine love for baking and a drive to share that with all of you. Every recipe you find here is a result of my personal adventures in the kitchen—tried, tested, and baked with love.

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