In her latest Nerdy Nummies video, Rosanna Pansino shows us how to make an easy Deadpool-themed pizza just in time for the movie premiere. Hope you really like black olives.

Check out the video below.

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As anyone who’s ever owned an Easy Bake oven can attest, what can go wrong when you gave a kid a small electric appliance and a baking kit?

This Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven comes with a cheese pizza mix, spatula, baking pan, and a measuring tool that will give you the ability to make a totally rad cheese pizza in just 15 minutes.

You can even get a refill pack with 6 more mixes to share with your friends.


Product Page: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven ($54.99) / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven Cheese Pizza Refill ($6.99)


As part of a new Amazon/Domino’s PR campaign for the Super Bowl, the Amazon Echo home assistant will have the ability to order Domino’s pizza just in time for the big game this Sunday. Simply ask Alexa to order some Domino’s, and she’ll take care of the rest.

Of course, you’ll need to activate the Domino’s skill in your Alexa app (which links to your Domino’s account) first, and you’ll have to enter your phone number so Alexa can provide updates on your pizza delivery with Domino’s pizza tracker.

There’s no word on when the Domino’s add-on to Alexa will premiere (this Friday most likely), but it should be available before the Super Bowl.

We can only hope that this is the first of many such food ordering upgrades slated for the Echo because I can’t be bothered to spend even a few minutes ordering terrible, terrible food.

(PR Newswire via Gizmodo)

Pizza Hut Big Game Golden Knots Pizza

Pizza Hut has decided to offer a Super Bowl edition of their new Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza that is reportedly sprinkled with nearly $100 worth of edible gold.

Why the hell would they do something like this? Well according to the chain’s VP of marketing, it’s because the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game is being played in the Golden State, hence gold pizza. Can’t argue with that logic.

The most interesting part of all this is that customers can’t actually order the golden pie. Instead, it will be offered to 50 lucky customers who order a Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza on Feb. 7. It will also arrive in a custom gold-colored box along with a $100 Pizza Hut Gold Card.

Potential candidates must be 18-years old and live in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, or West Virginia. Strangely, the states that actually have any involvement in the big game have been left out of the offer.

I take back what I said about logic.

(PRN via Consumerist)

Pizza Hut Stuffed Garlic

Pizza Hut is continuing their tradition of experimental pizza crusts with a new offering that will prevent us from having to choose between pizza and garlic knots.

A whopping 16 knots are reportedly hand-rolled before being applied to the crust, and are accompanied by a generous amount of dipping sauce. If your appetite is up for it, you can get a one-topping garlic knot-crusted box of awesomeness for $12.99.

(via Pizza Hut)


If you have an endless love for pizza and a bank account with endless funds, GE’s new Monogram Pizza Oven is beckoning.

The appliance can reportedly fit into a standard wall oven cavity and cook “professional-style pizzas” in a mere two minutes. It also comes with a sophisticated ventilation system, a rarity for indoor consumer pizza ovens, and can be operated with a smartphone app.

On the downside, the two minute cook time comes after a “speedy” 30 minute preheat. And let’s not forget that this pizza oven won’t magically turn a DiGiorno into a “professional-style pizza”.

The company plans to release the oven in May for $10,000. So it’s absurdly expensive and impractical. You probably want one anyway. Still, it might be best to save around $9,940 and get something like this.

(BW via Giz)


A team of mathematicians from Liverpool University have set their minds to work defusing any potential conflicts over who can lay claim to the largest slice of a pizza.

Their effort builds on previous research in the field of exotic pizza slicing, which showed that a pizza could be sliced into six curved slices which could then be sliced in half to produce 12 identical slices, a seen in the first example below. The more recent approach is similar but involves producing an odd number of straight sides which could then be cut up into equal slices, as seen in the second example below.

This method could then be reproduced indefinitely, as seen in the final example below – increasing the number of sides and even adding notch embellishments in a process that will leave you with a cold pizza, pissed guests and a new war over who gets slices with crust.

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Carrie Dennis of Thrillist decided to break away from Christmas tradition this year by fashioning her gingerbread house from the world’s favorite food: pizza.

Since pizza alone wouldn’t provide the support needed for the greasy abode, she erected an internal structure from cardboard, toothpicks and empty beer cans.

Hmmm. Using empty cans seems like an oversight to me. Quenching your thirst with the beery occupants of the pizza house you just consumed seems fun in a twisted “Three Little Pigs” kind of way.

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PeepMySneaks was clearly dissatisfied with conventional pizza-flavored Goldfish crackers, and decided to create a giant version of his own using, among other things, shredded cheddar cheese, butter, flour, salt and cold water.

The result looks like it would be loaded with flavor and calories, and if you find it appealing, you can create you own. Hit the jump to check out a quick video of the process.

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Domino’s is making pizza ordering even simpler by launching one-click ordering in the UK. Basically, it’s an official version of that Amazon Dash button pizza hack we featured back in September.

“The Easy Order” is available as both a physical button (paired with an app over Bluetooth) and a virtual button. Customers can simply save their data on the Domino’s website and click the button like its a Life Alert for your appetite.

The physical buttons will debut in the UK in December by way of a “socially led” competition, followed by a second release in February. Meanwhile, the digital Easy Order button sits inside the official Domino’s app and is available for use immediately.

There’s no word on if or when the button might be available in the states.

(via Engadget)