Pizza Hut’s The Natural Pizza Review & Pictures
Pizza Hut recently came out with what they call “The Natural” Pizza. They also call it the MultiGrain Pizza. An all natural pizza? Sounds pretty healthy, but is it any good? The marketing convinced me to give it a try. Here is our review:
Box Art: First, they did pretty well with the box art, which features a barn, windmill, and tractor on the cover. Everything to help convey to you that the 12” pizza you just paid $11 dollars for is direct from the farm and earth, aka “all natural”.
To further hammer home that this is an all natural pizza, the marketing message on the box cover states: ” A stone-ground multigrain crust made with the goodness of five different whole grains, a rich, flavorful sauce made from fresh, vine ripened tomatoes and topped with fine, all-natural, mozzarella cheese”.
Looks: The pizza looks like a normal pizza, but they seem to have been pretty skimpy on the cheese. Also, The mult-grain wheat crust looks very flat. You don’t see any of those cool air puffs of risen dough like you see on some pizzas.
Smell: The multigrain pizza smells like a normal pizza, but the crust is different, it has a sweetness to it due to the touch of honey that is added.
Taste: The cheese and sauce tasted perfect but there wasn’t enough of it. The multigrain crust is just way too dense and mealy, and overwhelmed the rest of the flavors on the pizza. The dough is the foundation of a good pizza, and if you wouldn’t enjoy the crust by itself without toppings, then it probably won’t make a tasty pizza and that is the case with this pizza. Taste comparison: Imagine taking 2 slices of multigrain bread, throwing on a bit of cheese and sauce, and eating it. I’m sure that doesn’t sound very enjoyable.
Verdict: The crust ruined it. If you want a healthier pizza just grab a Lean Cuisine frozen pizza, it’s more enjoyable. If your craving an unfrozen pizza, skip the “all natural” multigrain and just order a regular pizza and eat less or just make your own at home.
Nutrition Information / Facts for “the natural”, only cheese topping: 1 slice - 220 calories, 8 grams of fat, 4 grams of saturated fat, 25 milligrams of cholesterol, 460 milligrams of sodium, 26 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of sugar, 2 grams of dietary fiber, 10 grams of protein
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