Toppers Pizza is a restaurant chain that offers pizza, wings, subs and other fast food fare. According to the official website for Toppers Pizza, the chain opened its first location in Champaign, Ill., in 1991. As of 2008, Toppers Pizza had 20 locations in six states. If you are on a diet, you should carefully assess the nutrition facts of menu items before eating.
Pepperoni pizza is a standard variety at most pizzerias, including Toppers Pizza. According to the online nutrition information database Diet Facts, each slice of pepperoni pizza contains 271 calories. Each slice provides 11 g of fat, with 38 g of carbohydrates and 16 g of protein. If you base your diet on the suggested daily intake of 2,000, then each slice of Toppers pepperoni pizza provides 9.8 percent of your daily calories.
If you are looking for a lower calorie option, then you may want to try Toppers Pizza's cheese pizza. The nutrition information provided by Diet Facts explains that the cheese pizza at Toppers contains 236 calories per slice. Each slice contains 8 g of fat, with 31 g of carbohydrates and 11 g of protein.
Grilled Chicken Bruschetta
One of the non-pizza options at Toppers Pizza is the grilled chicken bruschetta. Although pizza is often considered to be a particularly unhealthy meal, the grilled chicken bruschetta is not much healthier. The online nutrition information at MyFitnessPal notes that the grilled chicken bruschetta contains 246 calories per serving, with 14 g of fat. The meal contains 28 g of carbohydrates and 11 g of protein.
Famous House Dip
Toppers Pizza also features a "famous" house dip as a garnish for your pizza or side dishes. According to MyFitnessPal, this dip contains 100 calories per tablespoon. This is not a very nutritious choice, as it features 11 g of fat, 1 g of carbohydrates and no protein per tablespoon.
Garlic Butter Dipping Sauce
Another popular dipping sauce at Toppers Pizza is the garlic butter dipping sauce. According to Diet Facts, just one ounce of this sauce contains 160 calories, with 18 g of fat. The sauce contains no carbohydrates and no protein. Although it is high in fat, most of the fat is unsaturated--Diet Facts points out only 3 g of fat are saturated.