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Posted August 22: Get New Tim Hortons Flatbread Pizza in Toronto

Move over McPizza, because Tim Hortons is getting into the pizza business and you can try their new Flatbread Pizza at select locations in Toronto.

Flatbread Pizza is a limited-time menu item currently being tested at 20 Tim Hortons locations in the Greater Toronto Area – there are four varieties on the menu and availability will vary by location.

  • Cheese Flatbread Pizza - $6.99
  • Chicken Parmesan Flatbread Pizza - $7.99
  • Pepperoni Flatbread Pizza - $7.99
  • Sausage and Jalapeño Flatbread Pizza - $7.99

Unfortunately, a list of available locations has not been revealed by Tim Hortons, but three confirmed locations from viral TikTok posts include the Tim Hortons at 780 Bancroft Drive, 450 Derry Road West and 1327 Dundas Street East, all in Mississauga. If you spot the pizzas at another Tim Hortons location, let us know and we'll add them to our crowd-sourced list.

Tim Hortons' new Flatbread Pizzas are available at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in the Greater Toronto Area for a limited time – click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • Had the chance to try the Tim Horton’s pizza last week and kept my expectations really low. I got the cheese one and it reminded me of a cheesey bread with built-in tomato sauce. The crust was more like a flatbread and was soft with a decent chew. It was completely unoffensive.

      Would I get it again? Probably not. But it definitely wasn’t bad or inedible.
      I have not had a chance to go to a location that has this.
      I thought it was already named "flatbread pizza" on ther menu.

      Tim Hortons testing flatbread pizza at Toronto stores
      https://www.bakingbusiness.com/articles ... nto-stores

      Panera also has a lineup of "flatbread pizza"
      https://www.bakingbusiness.com/articles ... ding-pizza
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    • Had the chance to try the Tim Horton’s pizza last week and kept my expectations really low. I got the cheese one and it reminded me of a cheesey bread with built-in tomato sauce. The crust was more like a flatbread and was soft with a decent chew. It was completely unoffensive.

      Would I get it again? Probably not. But it definitely wasn’t bad or inedible.
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    • Hate to say it, but I could see a lot of kids who prefer "simple" pizza liking these.
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    • Why hasn't Tim Hortons disclosed the locations where they are selling these? Is there a list of locations anywhere?
      I think because its just a test pilot. But that viral video trashing it went… viral.
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    • I will try it just to say I've tried it, but nothing beats the value of Costco frozen pizza or even the Walmart brand for $3
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    • I imagine they kinda do taste like lunchables pizza.
      Theres only so much you can do without using raw dough as a base & a high heat oven.
      You have no idea until you actually try one.
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    • Maybe it’s just me but they don’t look that unappealing. Do they really taste like a Lunchables pizza?
      I imagine they kinda do taste like lunchables pizza.
      Theres only so much you can do without using raw dough as a base & a high heat oven.
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    • 780 Bancroft Drive and 1327 Dundas Street East stores, which are both based in Mississauga.

      This was mentioned in another online thread.

      The locations are being rotated out every so often
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    • Why hasn't Tim Hortons disclosed the locations where they are selling these? Is there a list of locations anywhere?
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    • We were given an opportunity to try these for free and we ended up getting the chicken parm and pepperoni ones. Lots of cheese but it can’t save the awful pizzas. Reminds me of those lunchable pizzas but in a bigger size minus the caprisun.

      Probably targeted for those looking to share food outside of the usual donuts with the office. Given the atrocity of these however, you’ll probably receive some silent criticism and judgement for bringing these in.
      Maybe it’s just me but they don’t look that unappealing. Do they really taste like a Lunchables pizza?
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    • Not sure if you’re trolling here or if you don’t know that they put their bagels through a conveyor belt toaster. Let’s give the benefit of the doubt and assume the latter - you should expect your “pizza” looking like it was dropped face first from the floor.
      I’m well familiar with the equipment Tom Hortons uses to blacken the outer edge of their bagels while leaving the inside at room temperature.

      My apologies for not tagging the sarcasm to identify it for everyone.
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    • Not sure if you’re trolling here or if you don’t know that they put their bagels through a conveyor belt toaster. Let’s give the benefit of the doubt and assume the latter - you should expect your “pizza” looking like it was dropped face first from the floor.
      Yah. Its more like melty cheese bread.
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    • Would it help if they put them through their bagel “toaster?” Crisp up the edges and give a real wood fired vibe?
      Not sure if you’re trolling here or if you don’t know that they put their bagels through a conveyor belt toaster. Let’s give the benefit of the doubt and assume the latter - you should expect your “pizza” looking like it was dropped face first from the floor.
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    • We were given an opportunity to try these for free and we ended up getting the chicken parm and pepperoni ones. Lots of cheese but it can’t save the awful pizzas. Reminds me of those lunchable pizzas but in a bigger size minus the caprisun.

      Probably targeted for those looking to share food outside of the usual donuts with the office. Given the atrocity of these however, you’ll probably receive some silent criticism and judgement for bringing these in.
      Would it help if they put them through their bagel “toaster?” Crisp up the edges and give a real wood fired vibe?
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    • We were given an opportunity to try these for free and we ended up getting the chicken parm and pepperoni ones. Lots of cheese but it can’t save the awful pizzas. Reminds me of those lunchable pizzas but in a bigger size minus the caprisun.

      Probably targeted for those looking to share food outside of the usual donuts with the office. Given the atrocity of these however, you’ll probably receive some silent criticism and judgement for bringing these in.
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    • Good pizza vs typical TH quality though. I mean, how hard is it to walk into a store? You can immediately walk back into your car if you're cold
      I was kinda joking......
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    • No drive threw though.
      Good pizza vs typical TH quality though. I mean, how hard is it to walk into a store? You can immediately walk back into your car if you're cold
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    • A med pepperoni pizza from Pizza Nova is $2 more than this but about twice the size (based on calorie count). Pizza Nova is also actually good pizza for a big chain, whereas TH is usually bad quality for most stuff
      No drive threw though.
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    • A med pepperoni pizza from Pizza Nova is $2 more than this but about twice the size (based on calorie count). Pizza Nova is also actually good pizza for a big chain, whereas TH is usually bad quality for most stuff
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    • Once again another stupid experiment. Who is the executive coming up with this stuff? Absolutely nothing "creative" ever comes from Tims. Just copy what everyone else does and do it poorly.
      It's not like there aren't hundreds of pizza joints already. Everything is made while you wait so this is going to be premade "flatbread" with some toppings and cheese thrown in while they
      "microwave" in one of those combi ovens or it goes thrown on a conveyor belt toaster machine.
      You can make that argument for just about all fast food chains in Canada.
      Add a slice of bacon and a different slice of cheese, it's an entirely new burger in the eyes of fast food execs.
      The lack of incompetence in this country is unreal. Take a look at Asia and see what new fast food actually looks like.
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    • Interested in trying this for fun. All locations I have seen to date are near Mississauga. Any in York Region or even North York?
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    • The problem with McDonald's Pizza wasn't the product, which was fine. It was the fact that pizza was completely out of whack with the rest of their menu. It takes a lot longer to prepare and cook a pizza than it does to serve a burger and fries, so customers who ordered pizza would still be waiting while their companions who ordered other items already had their food and were almost done eating. Needless to say, this played havoc with the drive-thru, since every pizza customer had to be parked as a special order.

      The only way I could see pizza working again at McD's is if they took the Little Caesar's Hot N Ready approach: premade pizzas in a warmer, ready to go. No special orders, no substitutions, and only three or four popular varieties: pepperoni, cheese, Hawaiian and, say, meat lover's. I was at Little Caesar's the other day--I got a Hot N Ready and was out in as much time as it took to pay. The customer before me ordered special pizzas and was told to come back in 10 to 15 minutes. No way that works in a drive-thru.
      Yeah, I was hoping modern technology would have changed things, plus also, when they launched the McCafe locations, everything was a start from scratch deal. There would have been room there to have exclusive locations for McPizza.
      I do indeed believe you to be correct though, in thinking that a cookie cutter approach would perhaps remain the only way to go.
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    • a friend of mine sent me this post and i don't even know what to think. it looks decent so hopefully better than their impossible burgers were! :lol:

      https://www.instagram.com/p/Chier3GDHMR/
      I'm a big believer in dealing with specialists. If I want a decent steak, I go to The Sawmill, not some joint that also does pizza and burgers. If I want cheesecake, it's The Cheesecake Cafe, not some steakhouse or coffee shop. Tim Horton's does decent baked goods and coffee. I'm certainly not going to trust them with pizza.

      Stick with what you know. Would you ask Connor McDavid to play football?
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    • If it (heavily) motivates McDonald's to bring back THEIR pizza, all the better!!
      The problem with McDonald's Pizza wasn't the product, which was fine. It was the fact that pizza was completely out of whack with the rest of their menu. It takes a lot longer to prepare and cook a pizza than it does to serve a burger and fries, so customers who ordered pizza would still be waiting while their companions who ordered other items already had their food and were almost done eating. Needless to say, this played havoc with the drive-thru, since every pizza customer had to be parked as a special order.

      The only way I could see pizza working again at McD's is if they took the Little Caesar's Hot N Ready approach: premade pizzas in a warmer, ready to go. No special orders, no substitutions, and only three or four popular varieties: pepperoni, cheese, Hawaiian and, say, meat lover's. I was at Little Caesar's the other day--I got a Hot N Ready and was out in as much time as it took to pay. The customer before me ordered special pizzas and was told to come back in 10 to 15 minutes. No way that works in a drive-thru.
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    • Surprised they didn’t coin it “artisan pizza” everything else is apprentily artisan there lol
      Haha they wouldn’t dare… you can eff around with a chicken sandwhich no one cares about.

      But a pizza!?! They’ll get laughed @ so hard.
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    • Surprised they didn’t coin it “artisan pizza” everything else is apprentily artisan there lol
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    • Desperate measures indeed trying to be too much of everything… yet can’t even keep an ample supply of donuts in stock at any time
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    • I don't know if its nostalgia but I was a kid & I really liked McDonalds pizza, thought it was better than the other chains. It was a different time back then, even though we had some independents back then, Toronto's pizza scene today is better than ever
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    • Another vote for the McDonald’s pizza which was really good . I’m pretty sure they had a cornmeal crust.
      Based on TH’s horrid food record, I give their pizza a 99% chance of being crappy like most other things on their menu. Even giving them a 1% chance of getting it right might be generous.
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    • Those Pizzas look just like Dr Oekter.
      They look worse. Pita bread pizza.
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    • I remember liking it quite a bit. There was something almost magical about getting a personal pizza, fries and soda combo. I remember a friend of mine saying the full size family pizza they made was great too, but I only had the personal size.
      The day they launched pizza my dad and I went and we had to wait in a huge line to get our family size pizza. Took forever but damn was that the best pizza I had ever had. A core memory was made that day.
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    • McDonalds pizza was good. Or maybe its just the nostalgia. I was still a small child when mcd’s has pizza

      Anyone older have a better memory of it? Were the pizza’s good or just nostalgia making me remember them as good?
      I remember liking it quite a bit. There was something almost magical about getting a personal pizza, fries and soda combo. I remember a friend of mine saying the full size family pizza they made was great too, but I only had the personal size.
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    • Those Pizzas look just like Dr Oekter.
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    • agreed on the not toasting the bagels correctly, toaster you have one job..jalopeno cheese is my favorite...i really like what they did to the old apple fritter, new one tastes way better....i dont think i will try their pizza though
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    • I think the Ohio and WV locations were forced to stop selling pizza shortly after those articles came out. From the photos though it doesn't look like the McDonald's pizza that I remember (Maybe the US version was different than ours though?) I've actually had the one from the McDonald's in Orlando and that one definitely isn't the same as what we had up here.
      I remember the crust being kind of puffy and thick. But it wasn't heavy. There was a lot of cheese.
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    • WOW! So its just like how I remembered!

      WHAT THE! Its still alive sort of? But suuuper obscure?
      https://www.businessinsider.com/mcdonal ... virginia-8

      Found another report... Corporate banned them from selling pizza.
      I think the Ohio and WV locations were forced to stop selling pizza shortly after those articles came out. From the photos though it doesn't look like the McDonald's pizza that I remember (Maybe the US version was different than ours though?) I've actually had the one from the McDonald's in Orlando and that one definitely isn't the same as what we had up here.
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    • I ate McDonald's pizza throughout my high school days and I always thought it was great! Part of me died when they took it off the menu. :lol:
      WOW! So its just like how I remembered!

      WHAT THE! Its still alive sort of? But suuuper obscure?
      https://www.businessinsider.com/mcdonal ... virginia-8

      Found another report... Corporate banned them from selling pizza.
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    • McDonalds pizza was good. Or maybe its just the nostalgia. I was still a small child when mcd’s has pizza

      Anyone older have a better memory of it? Were the pizza’s good or just nostalgia making me remember them as good?
      I ate McDonald's pizza throughout my high school days and I always thought it was great! Part of me died when they took it off the menu. :lol:
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