Are you looking for a pizza size chart to help you figure out your pizza size?

I've created one for you below.

When it comes to pizza, size matters. Sure, you could buy two small pizzas, but you'd end up paying more per square inch and would likely be hungry afterwards.

On the other hand, buying a large pizza might seem like you're eating too much, but you're actually saving money and having it left over for lunch the next day.

So why not make it big?

Find out exactly how much each option costs using our pizza size chart.

So the next time you decide to order a large pizza or two small ones, remember: bigger is always better.

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- pizza size chart
- Why is pizza size important?
- Calculating the size of a pizza
- How do we measure pizza sizes
- How many slices in each pizza size?
- personal pizza
- Mini pizzas
- pizza media
- large pizza
- extra large pizza

- Pizza size for the number of people
- Tips for choosing the right pizza size
- the occasion
- Know your guests' appetites
- Group Tasting - We all like different toppings
- The price

- Why it's a good idea to make your own pizza
- Common questions
- What is the most popular pizza size?
- How big is a 12 inch pizza?
- Is a 12 inch pizza enough for 2?
- How many slices are in a 16 inch pizza?
- How do you calculate the pizza for a party?

- Final thoughts on pizza size

**pizza size chart**

**Why is pizza size important?**

Pizza size is very important when preparing or ordering pizza. You want to make sure everyone has enough, whether it's for you, your family, or a party.

Let's face it, no one has just one piece and you don't want too many people to only eat the last piece.

It is always better to have too much than too little.*(**I love cold pizza for breakfast**)*

Understanding pizza size can help ensure you have the right amount. A large one will serve 3-4 people, but it might be too much for you alone.

Knowing how many inches each pizza size is, you can calculate the amount of pizza needed so that no one wants more.

**Calculating the size of a pizza**

If you want to calculate the size of the pizza, you need to find the diameter.

This can be done by measuring the distance between one side of the pizza base and the other side.

This will give you the diameter in inches.

**How do we measure pizza sizes**

As mentioned earlier, we calculate the size of a pizza based on its diameter. There are usually 5 pizzas of different sizes.

- Staff is 10 inches in diameter
- Small is 12 inches in diameter
- Medium is 14 inches in diameter
- Large is 16 inches in diameter
- Extra large pizzas are 18 inches in diameter

**How many slices in each pizza size?**

Do you know exactly how many slices of each pizza you get?

*To be honest, I KNOW that the slices on my homemade pizzas are not the same size as the delivery pizzas.*

It's good to know approximately how many slices you will have, depending on the diameter size of the pizza.

That should help you figure out how many pizzas to make or buy based on the number of people.

**personal pizza**

A personal pizza is approximately 10 inches tall and has 4 slices. This is usually enough for 1 person with a poor appetite or a child.

It can serve a very hungry adult, as long as there are side dishes.

**Mini pizzas**

A small pizza is 30 cm and has 6 slices. This is usually enough for 2 people with average appetites, but it can do 3-4 to some extent.

**pizza media**

A medium-sized pizza is typically 14 inches tall and has 8 slices. This is a good size for 3 people with medium appetites or 4 people with smaller appetites.

**large pizza**

A large pizza is 16 inches and can have 10 slices, but it's not uncommon to get 8 large slices. This is a good size for up to 5 people with an average appetite.

**extra large pizza**

An extra large pizza is 18 inches and can have 12 slices, but again, getting 10 large slices is not uncommon. This is a good size for 5-6 people with medium appetites, or more if you also have side dishes.

**Pizza size for the number of people**

Now you know the sizes of the pizzas, how many slices they have and how many servings.*How can we calculate exactly how many pizzas we need?*

There is a very good calculation to help us decide how many pizzas to make or order.*It depends on how hungry people are.*

To the media;

- 1 adult eats 3-4 slices
- 1 child eats 2-3 slices.

The first thing you want to do is multiply the number of people by the number of slices.

So let's say there are 4 adults and 2 children. This would represent between 16 and 22 slices, depending on how hungry people are.

Next you want to find the size of pizzas you want to make or order and divide by the number of slices.

So let's say we want medium-sized pizzas that, from the top, we know have eight slices.

- 8 divided by 22 is 2.75 so we round up and we get 3 medium pizzas.
- 8 divided by 16 would be two medium pizzas.

I always recommend getting the larger amount, it's better to have too much than too little.

*Don't forget, you'll want some of these delicious side dishes too!*

Trust me, when you make your own pizza in a pizza oven, you'll want to increase the number of slices. Simply because they taste 100 times better than any pizza delivery company.

**Tips for choosing the right pizza size**

We hope the calculations above will help you determine the number of pizzas you need. I've also put together some tips below to help you choose the right pizza sizes.

**the occasion**

There are many reasons why you might want to order or bake pizza. Whether it's just a beautiful summer day and you want to dine al fresco, or whether it's a birthday party and you're welcome.

If you know the occasion, you can decide how many pizzas you need. For example;

**Pizza party**

You will want to order more pizzas as this will be the main menu item.

**birthday party**

Most of the time, pizzas are just part of the meal. They have other foods so they don't need as much pizza.

**sports night/game night**

You might have a few snacks, but the main thing you'll be eating is pizza, so you'll probably order more.

**Moving to a new house**

If you want to cook when you've just moved home, it's so much easier to grab some pizza. In that situation, you'll probably ask for more than if you did a few pages.

As you can see, you have to think about what else will be available to eat. If there are other dishes or snacks, you may not need to order pizza anymore.

**Know your guests' appetites**

Before thinking about making or buying pizza, find out how hungry people are. The problem with pre-ordering is that you can end up ordering too much or too little.

In my experience, if you're having a party, some people will, despite being told not to eat before you arrive.

Use the calculation above (adults 3 slices each, children 2 slices each) and order that amount of pizza.

I always think it's better to have too much than too little, you can always take some home for your guest or have it for breakfast. 🇧🇷*nothing beats cold pizza in the morning!)*

**Group Tasting - We all like different toppings**

Everyone has their favorite pizza, it's worth finding out first as this can affect the size of pizza you get.

Some people may not eat meat, so instead of a large pizza, consider ordering a medium sized meat pizza and a medium sized veggie pizza.

The same applies to pineapple. Not everyone likes pizza. 🇧🇷*I personally love it!*;) If less people like it, then it's not a good idea to order a big Hawaiian pizza.

**The price**

It's important to think about the price, larger pizzas tend to be more expensive. So you don't want to waste.

However, based on slices, it may be cheaper to get one larger pizza than several smaller ones.

You can save money by buying frozen pizza, let's face it, they don't taste as good as the fresh ones.

If you're on a budget, I recommend checking out their homemade pizza. It's incredibly easy and if you follow a decent pizza dough recipe, pizza can taste better than any takeout or pizzeria.

**Why it's a good idea to make your own pizza**

I love taking a pizza to go, but if you're hosting a pizza party or planning to make some pizzas, why not try making your own?

As a pizza fan, homemade pizza takes it to another level!

There are some real reasons why you should try making your own.

- They taste 10x better
- to make it cheaper
- Can make any size pizza you want
- Not limited to what coverages you can have
- Often healthier than pizza to go
- Getting guests to make their own can be a fun experience.

It's not that difficult, there are great pizza recipes out there. Even same-day pizza dough recipes can help you get the tastiest pizza in just a few hours.

You can make pizza in your home oven just like in any pizzeria, I just recommend getting a pizza stone.

If you love pizza, you might want to take it to a whole different level and buy a pizza oven.*Trust me, takeout pizza just doesn't taste that good.*

**Common questions**

**What is the most popular pizza size?**

The most common pizza size is a medium-sized pizza. That's about 14 inches, which is about 8 slices. To be honest I would always buy or try a medium sized pizza. It seems to be just the "right" size.

**How big is a 12 inch pizza?**

When we talk about pizza to go, a 12-inch pizza is usually classified as small. The pizza I bake in the pizza oven is typically 12 inches long and is considered a medium sized pizza. While Neapolitans typically have a fairly thin crust, it's not as filling.

**Is a 12 inch pizza enough for 2?**

Since it has 8 slices, it would normally fit 3-4 people if it had sides. It depends on how hungry you are. 2 people could happily share a 12 inch pizza.*However, I personally usually have one for myself.*

**How many slices are in a 16 inch pizza?**

Typically you would get 10 slices on a 16 inch pizza. Which would normally be enough for 3-4 adults if you had 2-3 slices each.

**How do you calculate the pizza for a party?**

You have to calculate how many slices of pizza each person can make. On average, adults have 3 disks and children 2.

So basically you can color this in with the number of guests and that should give you a rough idea of how many slices you need. So you can train the required pizza sizes and quantity.

For example, 6 adults and 4 children would make a total of 26 slices. So you can get 2 large and 1 medium pizzas or 4 medium pizzas.

**Final thoughts on pizza size**

There are a few things to consider when it comes to pizza size. The most important factor is how many people you feed. You don't want too much or too little pizza!

Another thing to consider is the price. Larger pizzas tend to be more expensive, so if you're on a budget, you might want to stick with a smaller size.

Making your own pizza is a great way around this, as you can make any size you like and it's usually cheaper than buying it to go.

If you like pizza, I recommend you try it! You'll be amazed at how easy it is to make really tasty pizza at home. Trust me, it's worth it!

I hope you enjoyed this article and that the pizza size chart was helpful.

## FAQs

### How many slices of pizza per person? ›

**Three slices per adult and two slices per child** offer a good base to start from when you're estimating how many pizzas to order. If you know in advance that you have guests with major pizza appetites, allow for one or two more slices per person, just to be safe.

**How many slices of pizza do I need for 6 adults? ›**

There are **eight slices** in a pizza pie.

The standard round pizza has eight slices, allowing for a reasonable distribution of two slices per person in a group of four.

**How much pizza do I need for 25 people? ›**

If you're ordering for a large group, you can do the math quickly by multiplying the total number of guests by 3/8. That's because each slice of pizza takes up 1/8 of the pie, and adults tend to eat 3 slices per meal.

**How many slices of pizza do I need for 10 adults? ›**

10 people: Order four pizzas, as guests will likely eat a total of **30 slices**.

**How many pizzas do I need to feed 10 people? ›**

10 People = **4 Pizzas**.

**How many pizzas do I need for 20 adults? ›**

For 20 adults you should order 8 large pizzas. This may seem like an arbitrary number, but there's actually a pizza ordering formula that can help you figure out the proper amount to order for any size group. When serving adults at a regular mealtime, go by what is known as the 3/8 pizza rule.

**How many pizzas do I need to feed 18 adults? ›**

Number of Guests multiplied by 3 ( avg. slices a person eats) then divide that by 8 (avg slices on a large pizza) = how many pizzas you should order. Example: 20 guests X 3 slices each = 60 slices of pizza. Divide 60 slices into 18 and you get 7.5, so you should order **8 pizzas**.

**How many people does 1 large pizza feed? ›**

Most large pizzeria pizzas, measuring 14 to 16 inches in diameter, feed approximately four to eight people, depending on how many slices each person eats. Large pizzas typically contain eight to 12 triangular slices or 10 to 12 square slices.

**How many people will 16 inch pizza feed? ›**

A 16-inch pizza can typically feed **up to 8 people if it's cut into 8 slices**. However, the number of people it will actually feed depends on how hungry they are and what other food is being served. If you're serving a meal with sides and appetizers, then a 16-inch pizza might be enough for 10-12 people.

**What size pizza for one person? ›**

A personal pizza has a diameter of **7 inches**.

### Is regular pizza enough for 2 people? ›

**Regular size with its 4 slices serves a single person**, medium size with 6 slices serves two buddies or a couple.

**Is 2 slices of pizza a lot? ›**

Consider this: The average slice of cheese pizza packs about 285 calories, according to the USDA. If you're trying to lose weight and your goal is to consume around 1,500 calories a day, **eating two slices is over a third of your daily caloric intake**.