PLANO, TX (WSPA) – Pizza Hut has taken two of the most popular foods, and you guessed it; they’ve combined them.
The well-known pizza joint is introducing a gooey twist to that traditional pie we all love.
That’s right! You can now get cheddar and mozzarella cheese stuffed in and baked onto the crust of your Pizza Hut favorite.
But that’s not all. The crust will be topped with melted butter and breadcrumbs to complete the grilled cheese goodness.
You can now order a large one-topping Grilled Cheese Stuffed Crust pizza for only $12.99.
The Grilled Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza can be topped with any one of the following fresh Pizza Hut ingredients: Fresh mushrooms, fresh spinach, fresh red onions, fresh green bell peppers, sliced banana peppers, sweet pineapple, sliced jalapeño peppers, Mediterranean black olives, Peruvian cherry peppers and diced Roma tomatoes as well as pepperoni, Italian sausage, premium salami, classic meatballs, slow-roasted ham, hardwood smoked bacon, grilled chicken, beef and seasoned pork.
Pizza lovers can customize their pizza with a choice of five sauces, including Classic Marinara, Premium Crushed Tomato, Creamy Garlic Parmesan, Barbeque and Buffalo. They can also top their pizza with a choice of sauce drizzles, including Balsamic, Barbeque and Buffalo.
“The Grilled Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza is the perfect combination of a classic grilled cheese and a traditional pizza,” said David Timm, chief marketing officer, Pizza Hut. “The result is a delicious, flavorful and indulgent pizza that packs the punch of a gooey, cheesy, crunchy grilled cheese.”
The Grilled Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza is available for dine-in, carryout or delivery at participating Pizza Hut locations nationwide.
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