New 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza from Pizza Hut Coming October 20th

If you’re a fan of stuffed crust pizza, mark your calendars because Pizza Hut’s new 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza is coming October 20th. The cat’s out of the bag via Pizza Hut Social . White cheddar, mozzarella, and provolone cheese make up the 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza according to the published information on the website. Here’s a first look:

3 cheese stuffed crust pizza hut

11 comments on “New 3-Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza from Pizza Hut Coming October 20th

  1. JF says:

    I wish these chains would actually put a focus on quality and stop with the gimmicks. I was born and raised in NY, where great pizza can be had on any street corner. But I liked Pizza Hut back then as well. Like most chains, you try to cut costs, increase profits (sure, I understand that, it’s a business and you’re in it to make money). But why not go back to making fresh dough in house, increase the quality of your product? I can’t help but imagine these companies would make more money doing that, than another gimmick. Yes, I liked their stuffed crust pizza, back in the day. But this really is not original, new or inspiring.

    • M86 says:

      Very well said, and kudos to you for not being a snob, like some of the commenters on here.

      I grew up on Pizza Hut (the only pizza places we had were Pizza Hut, Domino’s, and Little Caesars, and all 3 were 25 miles away). I loved it as a kid, but I can definitely tell that it’s slowly gone down hill. Little Caesars is the same… But maybe it was just my kid tastebuds.

      They need to refocus on quality, as you said. At least Domino’s had the guts to change and take the criticism, not to mention offering some great deals.

      • TJ says:

        I 2nd the thoughtfulness of your critique without being a snob. That’s legitimate criticism that makes sense. The people on here who say things like “Pizza Hut/Subway/Burger King etc. tastes like fried rat turds” are so redundant. They should form their own club and eat at Panera all day. Anyway, I’ll admit I’m still a sucker for Pizza Hut’s stuffed crust once in a great while, so I’ll probably try this at least once. Is it good quality pizza? Not at all. But it’s awesome greasy food when you’re intoxicated on a late night.

    • MP says:

      I think you know the answers to this.
      Frozen dough is much easier & cheaper. The economy is tough & a good quality pizza runs from $14 to $20+ to feed a group. Gimmicks = advertising & staying relevant. How is that quality pizza thing working out for Domino’s (whom actually improved theirs) or Papa John’s? You & I are both pizza snobs but most people are not; nor do most have access to great pizza in every street corner / strip mall.

    • Paulie says:

      NYC has good pizza on every other street corner and an admirable number of great places. I’m also from NYC, and I think we’re blessed with amazing food, but let’s just be honest here and stop perpetuating this pompous stereotype. I’ve had a lot of awful pizza in my life on many NYC street corners. Also, for Pizza Hut to suddenly switch back to making the dough in-house, wouldn’t that also be a gimmick? Albeit a gimmick that you agree with. I don’t know the exact process that Pizza Hut uses to freeze their dough or for how long it’s been frozen, but when done properly, the effects on the dough are minimal.

      The problem is with the ingredients they use, but then again, all of this is only if you compare Pizza Hut to actual pizzerias, which is unfair and nonsensical. Apples, oranges. God, don’t you hate it that McDonald’s doesn’t serve Wagyu burgers?

  2. BigBelly says:

    oh yay, another chain on the white cheddar gimmick
    sounds totally lame, I still won’t be going there!!!

  3. alan rodriguez says:

    thats a mile long trip to the seat.. not amused

  4. Rusty Shackleford says:

    If Pizza Hut wants to come out with something new that’s actually worthwhile, they should just integrate making their own fresh dough daily. They’re the only major chain that still uses frozen circles of dough. Little Caesars, Domino’s, and Papa John’s all make theirs fresh daily nowadays. C’mon PH, work on quality and stop these weird cheesy-bite crust pizzas you keep trying to push every few months.

  5. rob says:

    I make my pizza crust with 11 cheeses, why can’t Pizza Hut put more than 3 cheeses in their crust?

    Because they are weak and unwilling to lay it all on the line, that’s why. When push comes to shove, it takes some intestinal fortitude to stuff a pizza crust with 11 different cheeses.

  6. Jonathan Wayne says:

    Good Lord, these chains just keep getting worse and worse. More and more gimmicks to try to survive all the while the better new generation of franchises keep on coming for them. The only think keeping the old guard alive is their real estate and their cash reserves, we will see how long that will last them.

    • TJ says:

      Interesting you bring up real estate.. this chain called McDonald’s comes to mind..
      It’s also what having cash gives you the ability to do, and that’s buy advertising. Some of the chains do a pretty good job at marketing, and that will continue to help them survive too.

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