Papa John’s Christmas Dinner Pizza Will Have You Feeling Festive In No Time

Anna Lewis
Photo credit: Papa John's

From Delish

What’s better – a Christmas dinner or a pizza? Well, that question is now a moot point (or a moo point, if you’re Joey Tribbiani), because you no longer have to choose between the two.

Allow me to explain… Papa John’s has released a Christmas dinner pizza. The Festive Feast features a red wine gravy base, turkey meatballs, mozzarella, seasonal veg and a drizzle of cranberry sauce.

And yes - that is a side of pigs in blankets you see in the picture above.

There’s also a vegan version with a red wine gravy base, roasted vegetables - including a sprinkle of the seasonal staple sprouts - and the whole lot is smothered in vegan ‘Sheese’ and finished off with a rich cranberry drizzle.

But wait… there’s more: the fast food company has also created something festive for us to have for afters.

Mince Pie Scrolls are made from fresh dough, rolled with spiced fruit mince and topped off with a generous drizzle of icing. Dreamy.

Photo credit: Papa John's

And the best part is, that if you order a Festive Meal Deal for £19.99 (any large pizza, including the Festive Pizza, and two classic sides), Papa John’s will donate 50p to the homelessness charity Crisis.

Papa John’s Marketing Director, Giles Codd, said: “We’re really proud to be working with Crisis this Christmas, a charity that aims to eradicate homelessness and provides vital services to people in the UK at one of the hardest times of the year.

“Our Christmas is Better Shared campaign highlights the fact that this should be a time for being with people and looking after each other, and what better way to do it than over a pizza with friends and loved ones. With several ways to donate to charity including the newly created festive merchandise store, we are hoping to smash our fundraising targets in order to help Crisis continue the fantastic work they do not just at Christmas, but throughout the whole year”

Jon Sparkes, chief executive of Crisis, added: “Our society is stronger when we work together, and by working with partners, such as Papa John’s, we are able to raise awareness of homelessness and vital funds so that we can deliver our services ranging from education to housing and employment support.”

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