Brace your arteries; stock up on antacids, Pizza Hut has created a concoction that is so outrageous, you're going to be blown away ... or become ravenously hungry for one. It's a matter of taste, I suppose.
The name says it all: Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza.
I'll give you a minute to, um, digest that.
While Pizza Hut is the pioneer of packing extra fat and calories inside innocent crusts with their cheese-stuffed versions, this pie packs actual hot dogs (or "hot dog sausages" as their website says -- whatever that means?) inside there. Bonus: You get a free mustard drizzle. Hot dog!
Pizza is one of those foods that contains more calories, fat, and empty white-flour carbs than I usually like to ingest, but I do so on occasion (i.e., most every Friday night) because it's delicious and there's some good nutrition in most pies too. For this new pizza, however, there's just no justification ... especially if you have any intention of putting on a bikini this summer. Fortunately, it's only available in the U.K., Thailand, and Japan for now, but you know it's only a matter of time before we Americans can get our chubby hands on one.
In the meantime, here are a few other new extreme foods you may want to avoid as well lest you bust out of your bikini:
Yep, bacon plus ice cream, all in one dish -- a wish come true for a brave few. Right now it's just being tested in Tennessee, but very soon, you could get one at a drive-thru near you.
From McDonald's, of course, this is a breaded, deep-fried version of the original McRib, with the addition of bacon, pepper-Jack cheese, crunchy iceberg lettuce, red onion, delicious honey-mustard sauce, and spicy sweet chili sauce. Once again this concoction has yet to make it to America and is available only in Austria. What's up America? Are we losing of fast food reign? (Oh lord, please!)
Oh yes, you can have your taco dished up in one big chip. Recently the chain announced it will soon come in Cool Ranch flavor too. The temptation!
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and this hot dog certainly is. Plus, it comes with chili, cheese, jalapenos, and sauteed onions, oh my. Available at Rangers Ballpark, its only saving grace is that fact that it costs $26. At least most of us can't afford them.
Which of these foods would you be most likely to try? If no one was looking?
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