Pizza Hut is selling giant cheese-stuffed Cheez-Its with marinara dipping sauce

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Have you ever dreamed of having Cheez-Its stuffed with actual cheese? Well, today is your lucky day.

The almighty fast-food giant that is Pizza Hut has just made it a reality. However, like so many glorious fast food items (I’m looking at you Daredevil Bites!), they were not made to last and will be on the menu for a limited time only.

Stuffed Cheeze-It wedges. Credit: Pizza Hut

Dubbed the Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza, it’s not a pizza per se, but four large squares which, at first, look like ordinary Cheez-It crackers. It’s only when you bite into them that you’ll discover the gooey, mouthwatering cheesy deliciousness within.

The new offering was sampled by Delish editors, who were impressed. They wrote on their website that the Cheez-It Pizza squares lived up to expectations, and consisted of pizza dough sprinkled with the same cheesy dust used in Cheez-Its.

Stuffed Cheez-It pizza. Credit: Pizza Hut

As if that wasn’t mouthwatering enough, there are two options available, and they can be ordered plain or with the addition of pepperoni.

According to those who’ve tried the Cheez-It slices at Delish, to eat them, you have to rip them open, but don’t worry about the amount of cheese inside. There’s going to be more than enough to keep your cheese-hungry tastebuds satisfied.

Taking all of this into account, with the addition of the marinara sauce, if you didn’t know better and were blindfolded, you could easily assume you were eating a pizza!

Orginal Cheeze-Its. Credit: Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut explained that they came up with the Cheez-Its Pizza while thinking of the staples of college kids’ kitchens and voilà! They combined two of the best.

The Cheez-It Pizza is available at stores throughout the US for $6.49.

However, from September 24, things will get even better with the addition of the bites to Pizza Hut’s $5 N’ Up Lineup. With the purchase of two items from this menu, the Cheez-Its Pizza will cost just $6. Bargain.

This article originally appeared on vt.co