How Big is a 7-Inch Pizza; Is it Enough for You?

Have you just heard about 7 inch pizza, and now you want to know whether it can be enough for you?

This read is for you. I’ll help you learn about the actual size of a 7 inch pizza, logically, and how satisfactory it can be for you.

Let’s get straight into it without any fuss.

How Big is a 7 Inch Pizza; How Many Calories Does It Have?

  • A 7-inch pizza has a diameter of 7 inches or 18 cm and a circumference of 22 inches.
  • It has an area of 38.46 square inches, which is ¼ the size of a 14-inch pizza.
  • A 7-inch pizza may have about 576 calories, but this can vary depending on the type of crust and toppings.
  • For a teenager or adult, a 7-inch pizza is a substantial portion for one meal.
  • If you are very hungry, you may want to consider adding more pizza or some sides.

So, is 7 Inch Pizza Enough For You?

Whether a single 7-inch suffices you or not depends on your energy needs at the dining time, what we call hunger.

An average adult or teenager requires 2,000-2,500 calories daily.

Splitting this calorie allowance into 3 meals and 2 snacks, you may need about 600-650 calories per meal.

A 7-inch pizza provides 576 to 650 calories.

Adding a drink helps fill you up.

So, a 7-inch pizza is a substantial portion for a teen or adult, but if you’re very hungry, consider adding more pizza, like an 8 or 10 inch pizza or some sides.

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Saba Akbar
Saba Akbar

Hello, I'm a culinary explorer and food writer with 25 years of home kitchen expertise. This blog is a treasure trove of my insights on global cuisine, cooking tips, and expert knowledge of kitchen tools.
Besides this, as a GERD survivor, I've transformed my passion for food into a quest for food's GERD-friendliness and healthiness. I believe what you eat shapes your internal environment—join me on this lifelong journey of taste and healthiness!

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