Splicing together foods is an art form. Some are done by the greatest culinary minds, while others are done by the bravest of souls. Some are very gross but every person has different taste. I will still always cringe when I see people mix mustard and mayonaisse. Ugh, gross.
Sometimes, these combinations are pretty heavenly. I mean, let me meet the first person who dropped some jelly in their peanut butter sandwich. If there are two foods that even the pickiest eaters will absolutely love, no matter their age, it's macaroni and cheese and pizza. These two are pretty much staples for every kid growing up. Not many kids dislike either, let alone both. So why not put them together?
I knew kids in elementary school who would almost exclusively eat one or the other, and how can you blame them? They're friggin' delicious.
And although your neighborhood pizzeria has probably featured penne vodka and baked ziti slices, most mainstream pizza chains haven't gotten too crazy with their 'za offerings when it comes to combining slices with noodles. That is, until now.
That's because Pizza Hut UK has debuted a Mac 'N' Cheese stuffed crust pizza and it looks decadent as hell. Seriously, this thing isn't even offered in a non-stuffed crust version, otherwise its structural integrity would probably be compromised. Check out their press release for the masterpiece below:
We start with a Sharing Stuffed Crust - a very good place to start any pizza. It's sharing, coz you know... that's what we're all about... and it has to be Stuffed Crust - because it acts as a wall to keep in all of the Mac 'N' Cheese… Mouth watering yet?
The pie comes in two flavors: one plain macaroni and cheese pizza with a béchamel base, macaroni, cheese sauce, three cheese blend, and crispy onions. There's also a BBQ one that's almost the same but with a BBQ sauce base instead of béchamel and a BBQ drizzle. You know, just in case there weren't enough calories packed into the thing.
Pizza Hut's head of communications, Gareth Hopley, is calling the pizza a "match made in heaven." Twitter seems to agree.
Even if some people didn't seem like they're that excited for it.
For now it seems like the pizza's only available in the UK. Would you want this bad boy to come stateside?