DOMINO’S has brought back a fan favorite for Christmas – but all foodies say it’s missing a key ingredient.
The chain reintroduced its Festive One pizza after its launch in 2021 and reintroduced it last year to public fanfare.
Foodies can pick up the pizza for a limited time only, until January 2nd next year.
It combines turkey breast, classic tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and sausage, crispy smoked bacon and onions, drizzled with cranberry sauce.
But while some fans are raving that the festive version is back, some customers have said one key ingredient is missing – the filling.
One said: “It’s missing the filling!” while another added: “Stuffing chunks and sprout shavings would make the whole thing huge.”
A third disgruntled foodie said: “Put some filling on it and you’ve got a winner!”
Meanwhile, a fourth person added: “It just needs sprouts and stuffing to be perfect.”
Prices for returned pizza vary depending on where you live and size.
We looked at the order to South East London and a small parcel was £15, while a medium parcel was £21 and a large parcel was £23.
The small size has 1167 calories, the medium 1732 and the large 2212.
At this time, Domino’s is introducing a new menu item this year: Cheese Stuffed Fries, a combination of chips with cheese sauce and melted mozzarella.
Again, prices vary depending on where you order from, but in south east London they cost £6. The fries have 561 calories.
Customers looking for a sweet treat can also buy the Chocolate Cinnamon Twisted Dough Balls from £6, which have 767 calories.
The dessert first hits the menu in September this year and is on offer until January 2nd, while the loaded fries are a permanent addition.
All three menu items are available nationwide.
Domino’s not only brought back its Festive One pizza last Christmas, but also its gooey chocolate orange cookies, which weren’t available again this year.
The sweet treat made its first appearance in 2020 and was received with great enthusiasm by the public.
Domino’s isn’t the only chain introducing a holiday menu this year.
Greggs unveiled its highly anticipated festive menu last Wednesday, with items available to purchase the next day.
Customers can purchase everything from a spicy vegetable curry casserole to a mint hot chocolate and salted caramel latte.
Meanwhile, the popular Festive Bake is back, combining streusel-covered dough, chicken pieces, sage-onion filling and sweet bacon, coated in a creamy sage-cranberry sauce.
A number of supermarkets have also already unveiled their Christmas menus, including M&S, Asda and Iceland.
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