Morrisons has launched a YORKSHIRE PUDDING pizza and we’re not sure how we feel about it

Morrisons Yorkshire pudding pizza

by Jane McGuire |
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Sure, you love Yorkshire puddings, and who would say no to a slice of pizza on a Friday night, but how do you feel about the two together?

Well Morrisons are here to find out, as the supermarket combines the two in celebration of Yorkshire Pudding Day on 3rd February (yes, that’s actually a thing). The pizza combines a Yorkshire pudding base, made in Doncaster in South Yorkshire, with a filling of tomato sauce and mozzarella.

Yes, we’re not sold either, but apparently the pizza is said to be delicious, and is available in two flavours: classic pepperoni or meat feast, made up of mini meatballs, pepperoni, spicy beef and jalapeno chillies.

Each Yorkshire Pizza costs £3 and has launched in 491 Morrisons stores to celebrate Yorkshire Pudding Day.

Jenny Dixon, Yorkshire Pudding Expert at Morrisons said: ‘Everyone loves Yorkshire pudding and everyone loves pizza, so we are combining the two to create the ultimate comfort food for Yorkshire Pudding Day.

‘The crust is made the same way as a typical Yorkshire pudding and is topped the same way as one of our pizzas. We’re looking forward to hearing what customers think, but we hope that they’ll love it!’

What do you think – will you be queuing up to taste this rather unusual combo?

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