Is it Possible to Order Healthy at Pizza Hut? Let's Find Out
Look. You're at Pizza Hut, or you're about to order Pizza Hut, and you've decided to try to eat "healthy." Or you're stuck on a road trip and for reasons that are beyond your understanding, there's only Pizza Hut available. Whatever the details, you're in a predicament: trying to eat clean at a hut full of pizza.
You're at a food service establishment whose beverages consist of Mountain Dew and Pepsi, where the only items on the menu are carbs, cheese, and fried meats — the place that used kale to decorate a salad bar, before axing said salad bar. But it's going to be OK. They've got some lighter options.
A few general notes before we pinpoint specific orders to opt for: "Skinny Slice," "Fast Bake Thin 'N Crispy," and Udi's gluten-free crust. Skinny Slice is Pizza Hut's way of cutting calories by way of thin-crust pizza. They use less dough, and voilá, fewer calories and carbs. The "Fast Bake Thin 'N Crispy"-style of ordering also cuts down on calories and seems to be the lightest option on the menu. Lastly, you can get some pizza options gluten-free with an Udi's crust. Use any of these tactics to order the pie of your choice.