CHRISTMAS doesn’t necessarily have turkey and Brussel sprouts, some of the best festive treats come from the high street chain’s menus.
I tried Pizza Hut’s festive offerings, which are being served in restaurants until the end of December.
Had a pork roast pizza, pulled pork mac ‘n’ cheese, and a cream biscuit and cookie dough.
The menu is not traditional. No cranberry sauce – but it’s more of a winter theme.
It’s something you might want after an afternoon of last-minute Christmas gift shopping.
Some of the dishes are carnival favorites such as character and appearance, and of course, no crimbo dish is complete without cheese.
Each item on the new menu can also be purchased as part of a winter deal.
It costs £28.99 and means you can get two large, classic double-sided pizzas, cookie dough and a 1.5-litre drink – so it’s a festive twist won’t hurt your budget.
Here are my thoughts on Pizza Hut’s festive menu.
Hog Roast Pizza, from £14.99 – £19.49
The main event of the new Pizza Hut menu is the festival’s pulled pork, sage and onion rings, and of course the pizza topped with purple onions and mozzarella cheese.
A variety of toppings on classic ketchup, so if you prefer a classic pizza something a little more adventurous like a BBQ base or KFC is based on roasted gravy launched a few years ago, then you will be perfected accordingly.
But there is an optional apple sauce topping that I tried, and it gives the pizza a nice sweetness.
It depends on what size you go which will determine how much you are dividing.
There are three sizes, small, medium, and large, and you can customize which case you have as well as any additional coatings for an extra fee.
Of course, I’ve gone a fair amount, and there’s certainly a lot to do for the whole family, especially if you add factions as well.
- Value for money: 3
- Appearance: 5
- Taste: 5
- Festival: 4
- Total: 17/20
Pulled Pork Loaded ‘Mac n Cheese’, £6.69
Still feeling hungry?
Pizza Hut has come up with the perfect pairing to accompany your main course on its festive menu.
Mac and cheese is another dish the family may be scrambling for on the table on Christmas Day, so Pizza Hut has devised its own dish to try before then.
It’s a sweet and creamy cheese-and-cheese pasta dish that almost reminds me of the pudding after Christmas dinner, when the kitchen counter is lined with cheddars and camemberts to snack on over the Lady’s speech. King.
Mac and cheese are also topped with the festival’s tender pulled pork, sage, and onions.
You can also get a drizzle of apple sauce to top that I had to try.
For one side, that’s a big part.
So, if you’re feeling frugal but still enjoy the festive taste, you can order it separately to save money on one of the cheapest pizzas – about a 50% difference in price.
- Value for money: 4
- Appearance: 1
- Flavor: 4
- Festival: 5
- Total: 14/20
Cookies and cream cookie dough, £4.99
No meal is complete without dessert.
But this one that I decided was the least Christmassy taste of all – especially if you don’t even leave it to Santa.
But despite the lack of festive spirit, it was still really delicious.
If you need something sweet after pizza, macaroni and cheese, it’s the perfect addition to the menu.
The cookie dough is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, with bits of white chocolate strewn everywhere.
An ice cream on the side covered it, but it doesn’t match a good Christmas pudding fuzzy yule diary, if you ask me.
- Value for money: 2
- Appearance: 4
- Flavor: 4
- Festival: 2
- Total: 12/20
However, I’m not the only one who went to a big party, let’s see what happened when we tested Costa’s festive menu.
We will try everything on the menu at McDonald’s Plus, including two new burgers and guest toast.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/16955661/pizza-hut-christmas-menu-taste-test-verdict/ I tried Pizza Hut’s Christmas menu and there’s no turkey or Brussels sprouts