Domino's launches first ever festive-themed pizza and we can't wait to try it

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Pizza in the hands of Santa Claus at Christmas, happy new year close-up.
Pizza in the hands of Santa Claus at Christmas, happy new year close-up.

Pizza and Christmas fans rejoice as Domino's are combining two of your favourite things via an incredible sounding festive themed pizza. 

The pizza company is the latest to launch their Christmas offering which comes in the form of two new delicious-sounding limited edition additions.

The star of the show is undoubtedly The Festive One, a new pizza that basically puts all the best bits of a Christmas dinner onto a cheesy tomato base.

Christmas dinner on a pizza, what's not to love? (Domino's)
Christmas dinner on a pizza, what's not to love? (Domino's)

Combining classic festive flavours including succulent turkey breast marinated in aromatic sage and onion, traditional Cumberland sausage and crispy bacon, Domino's first ever Christmas-themed pizza aims to give you the very best of the Crimbo trimmings in one yummy slice. 

What's not to love? 

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The pizza chain are also introducing After Eight cookies to their festive offerings. (Domino's)
The pizza chain are also introducing After Eight cookies to their festive offerings. (Domino's)

The limited-edition pizza comes on Domino’s fresh, hand-stretched dough with signature vine-ripened tomato sauce and sprinkled with 100% mozzarella cheese.

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Commenting on the exciting new pizza-update merry menu maker at Domino’s, Melanie Howe, who we presume helps design Domino's festive menus said: “With less than 70 days until Christmas, we just know Brits are going to love these new festive flavours our chefs have come up with. 

"They’ve combined high quality ingredients and super-fan feedback to create something that’ll truly bring joy to people’s tastebuds this Christmas!”

The festive indulgences don’t end with a Christmas-themed pizza, however, as Domino’s has got pudding covered too with its Cookies with After Eight®. 

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Combing a post-dinner fave with the brand's delicious cookie dough, these deep-filled bites offer a dreamy After Eight® mint fondant centre, which offers a taste of retro Christmases past.

Each serving gets four cookies – perfect for group gatherings – all with a melt-in-the-middle peppermint flavoured centre offering the perfect way to round off your meal.

Domino's aren't the only brand introducing its Christmas offerings. M&S has recently launched its first ever light-up biscuit and chocolate boxes in time for the festive season

The Collection Magic & Sparkle Light-Up Chocolate Box and the Shortbread Light-Up Houses are the perfect way to light up your dinner table. 

The biscuit and chocolate boxes are part of M&S's new range of food and drinks for Christmas 2021. 

Also available are last year's sell-out the Light-Up Snow Globe Liqueurs and Clementine Gin Liqueurs.

This year, they're back with a brand new Spiced Sugar Plum Gin Liqueur with shimmery edible silver snowflakes and a Madagascan Vanilla Spiced Rum Liqueur.

Meanwhile, Greggs have announced that its festive bake is returning to the menu for Christmas, and this time there’s a vegan version too!

From 4 November, plant-based dieters will be able to get stuck into this festive treat with the vegan version of the bake, switching the turkey filling with Quorn mycoprotein pieces, along with sage and onion stuffing and a vegan bacon crumb.

The Festive One and Cookies with After Eight® are available now to order online, through the Domino’s app or via your nearest store. For more information and to find your nearest store visit:

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