Pizza Hut Unveils a New Pizza with Cheese-Stuffed Garlic Knots for Crust

01/25/2016 at 05:12 PM ET

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This is “knot” your average pizza.

Pizza Hut‘s latest crazy creation is the combination of two Italian staples destined for each other: pizza and garlic knots.

The limited-time pie features 16 hand-rolled, cheese-stuffed balls of garlicky dough around the crust of a large pizza. For $12.99, carbo-loading fanatics will also get their choice of one topping and two cups of marinara sauce, perfect for knot-dunking.

RELATED: It’s About Time: Pizza Hut Unveils New Pizza with Breadsticks for Crust

“We always want every pizza night to feel like a special occasion.” VP of marketing Jared Drinkwater said in a statement. “Now, with an appetizer and pizza all in one, our customers have the unique ability to make a night in feel like a night out.”

The restaurant chain is even giving fans a chance to see the new pizza in action before buying by live streaming the preparation at their headquarters in Plano, Texas on Periscope.

RELATED: Pizza Hut Just Stuffed 8 Meat Pies Into Its Crust

Though it’s no hot dog-crusted pizza, the pie has the potential to be a great Super Bowl dish. Tell us, would you serve it during the big game?

—Ana Calderone, @anacalderone

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Sharon on

Sounds yummy! I will definately buy…🍕

jmo on

Ewwwwww, not a fan of Pizza Hut their pizza’s are always toooo greasy. I only eat pizza’s from real Italian restaurants, their pizza’s are the best.

Mrs. B on

Yuck! This is just too much. Whatever happened to a simple pizza? Give me a Papa John’s plain cheese pizza please.

Susan on

I prefer making a pizza at home but I do lov Pizza Hut cheese sticks.

Mama Poon on

I just farted violently and had multiple orgasms after reading this article. Runny Poo Poo and Sugar Britches howled in delight as well. Thanks Greaser Hut for another gastro blowout.

Lizard Breath on

This is not “new” cheesy bites get re-introduced every 3 years they first came out in 2006.

Pat on

ive never tried a worse pizza in my life. I’m not a fan of Pizza Hut in the first place but I can eat it if im really hungry. Not the garlic knot pizza. I would die of starvation before I tried it again.

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I have to agree with the other customers. Not a good pizza. Adults and kids agree my homemade pizza is the best with them. We gave it a try…won’t get another!

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