Brace Yourselves: Domino’s Has Just Unveiled a Chocolate Pizza
Domino’s is no stranger to a good marketing ploy: The pizza chain did give us that pizza-shaped engagement ring, after all. But its latest innovation has completely blown our minds. Move over, burger pizza, because chocolate pizza has arrived. We repeat: CHOCOLATE pizza has arrived!
Dubbed the Lotta-Chocca Pizza, this sugar-packed dessert pie is basically any chocoholic’s dream come true. There’s so much melted milk chocolatey goodness on a six-inch dough base, it looks like heaven on a plate.
Introducing our NEW Lotta Chocca pizza! Delicious warm dough, with melted milk chocolate on top.
The perfect end to any Domino’s dinner! pic.twitter.com/FqiwIUsizf
— Domino's Cardiff (@CardiffDP) June 19, 2017
According to those who have already tried it, it tastes like it too: As one girl wrote on Twitter, she’s “never tasted anything like it!!!! BETTER than the cookies by far.” Just check out all these glowing reviews!
Omg we got the @dominos chocolate pizza last night 😍🤤 never tasted anything like it!!!! BETTER than the cookies by far
— M E G P E R R Y ♔ (@MegPerry93) June 29, 2017
Anyway, me and Laura got a chocolate pizza from Dominos and it was exquisite pic.twitter.com/LBAA8Vwz7T
— chaoife wiggum (@chief_kaoife) June 23, 2017
— Lauren (@shivermetumbers) June 30, 2017
Just had dominos chocolate pizza and I was not disappointed
— Demi Ewing 🦄 (@_demiewing) June 28, 2017
— nath (@NMJowett) June 30, 2017
Unfortunately, there is a pretty big geographical issue at hand, as it seems to only be found on UK menus: The limited-edition masterpiece is currently being served in branches across the country for £5 (or roughly $7) a pop.
For those lucky enough to find it, a spokesperson recommends acting fast, telling Digital Spy, “We’d suggest that people do try it quickly whilst stocks last, though we’d remind our Domino’s super fans that it is a sharing dessert for four, not all for one!”
That sounds like a wise choice, given that it clocks in at 204 calories… per slice. (We’d still do it.)
Would you still try the Lotta-Chocca Pizza? Tweet us @BritandCo.
(h/t Cosmopolitan; photo via Joe Raedle/Getty + @jadiepops29)