You know, I'm really thankful for people who take it to the next level. They're as fun as they are deadly. Take the research and development team for Pizza Huts in the Middle East. They saw that whole hot-dog in the crust thing happening in the U.K., and they were like, nah man, we can do better than those pansies in Europe. And they could. Introducing the Cheeseburger stuffed crust, as well as the Chicken Nugget stuffed crust. Why have just pizza when you can have pizza and a cheeseburger at the same time? It's a question that answers itself.
Burger, chicken nugget, and hot dog stuffed pizza isn't good for you, I think everyone can agree on that. There's nothing about it that's remotely nutricious and there's everything about it that's wrong with the way we eat. But! I know you're still curious. You want to know how many calories each slice packs, don't you?
Let's take a looksee.
The hot dog stuffed pizza is about 435 calories a slice.
The cheeseburger stuffed pizza is about 476 a slice.
And if we assume that a piece of pizza is 240 calories and that a giant chicken nugget is 250, then the chicken nugget stuffed crust pizza is about 490 a slice.
I don't know about you, but these estimates seem to be on the low-side. The calcuations are based on the fact that the pizza is just plain cheese, which it isn't. There's like barbeque sauce, meat, more meat, and more cheese on these slices than I've ever seen.
All you really need to know is that this is terrible for you and you should be glad it's not available in the U.S. Yes, it looks deliciously disgusting and yes, I want to try it too, but we shouldn't. I might kill us. If the ingredients don't, then the embarrassment sure will.
Interested in giving any a taste?
Chicken stuffed pizza commercial:
Burger stuffed pizza commerical:
Photo via PizzaHutMiddleEast/YouTube