Pizza Hut launch ‘Nothing But Stuffed Crust’ dough ring with no pizza in the middle

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Fast food fans are in for a treat, as Pizza Hut is launching a brand new stuffed crust pizza – and it's made without pizza in the middle.

The original Stuffed Crust pizza was originally released in 1995, but has been given a new twist to honour its 25th anniversary.

Aptly named, the delicious creation is a stuffed crust dough ring without the actual pizza in the centre.

George Felix, chief marketing officer at Pizza Hut, said: "The Original Stuffed Crust pizza was a game changer 25 years ago, and while there have been many imitators, nothing beats Original Stuffed Crust from Pizza Hut.

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"In fact, over the years, we’ve had fans ask us if they could order just the stuffed crust by itself because it’s that good."

Sadly, it’s currently only available in two locations in Los Angeles and Dallas/Fort Worth.

The news was recently announced on social media and has left pizza lovers divided.

Commenting on a post shared by the Pizza Hut Twitter account, one person said; "'I would honestly order this. Sometimes I just want the stuffed crust lmao."

While a disappointed user added: "Why not roll out that "Nothing But Stuffed Crust" pizza to the entire US!? Why you tease Pizza Hut?"

And another wrote: "Without going down the topological rabbit hole that proves all hotdogs are tacos… isn’t “nothing but stuffed crust” just a calzone?"

In other food news, PizzaExpress has just launched at home pizza DIY kits – and they start from just £14.

The kits give customers the chance to create one of two of the pizzeria’s best-selling recipes at home.

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