Domino's Chocolate Pizza Sounds Like A Dessert Lover's Dream Come True

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We all need some comfort food from time to time; my two go-to favorites are chocolate and pizza. Well, it's about time someone decided to combine these two things, and this new Domino's chocolate pizza sounds like a dessert lovers dream come true, but you can only get it if you live in the U.K. The Lotta-Chocca Pizza is basically pizza crust topped with oodles of melted chocolate, and unfortunately this dream-come-true dessert pizza is not available in the United States.

"We're delighted to add the new Lotta-Chocca pizza to our [U.K.] menus, as it makes the perfect after-dinner treat for chocolate lovers nationwide," a spokesperson for Domino's told Digital Spy. "It's already proving very popular so we'd suggest that people do try it quickly whilst stocks last, though we'd remind our Domino's super fans that it is a sharing dessert for four, not all for one!"

I'm sorry if I got your hopes up, but you can live vicariously through your friends across the pond on Twitter where people are tweeting about their new favorite pizza flavor — decadent milk chocolate. Some people are asking for toppings like marshmallows and bananas, but you could totally add these extras yourself if chocolate pizza is too boring for you on its own.

This Lotta-Chocca pizza is getting a whole lotta love, because chocolate, and pizza, together!

During one of my stints waiting tables after college I worked at a restaurant that sold chocolate calzones for dessert, and I can tell you that putting bread and chocolate together is pretty much the best thing you'll ever taste.

If you're having major FOMO you can probably make this at home. Just get a ready-made pizza crust, pour in the chocolate chips, and pop it in the oven until it melts into a gooey, chocolate treat. You can even eat it while drinking your favorite wine, or smelling this new rosé deodorant.

If all that sounds like too much work, Dominos sells other chocolate desserts. These Chocolate Peanut Butter Twinkies are a good substitute, too, and you can get them in the U.S. right now so at least some of your chocolate dreams can come true.