Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Pizza Hut's Stuffed Garlic Knots - A Review


Subject: Pizza Hut's Stuffed Knots | Date: 04-04-2016 |
Photographers: James Kiester & Dani Cogswell | This picture was taken by the author of this blog. |

Last night I ordered a pizza for dinner, and included Pizza Hut's $5 Stuffed Garlic Knots, which Pizza Hut describes as, "10 large Garlic Knots stuffed with melted cheese and finished with a garlic buttery blend, grated Parmesan and Italian herbs. Served with a  cup of Marinara dipping sauce."

First of all, garlic bread knots are, by definition, pieces of garlic bread dough which have been tied into "knots," then baked.  What I got were 10 pieces of chewy hollow, slightly burned, bread sprinkled with Parmesan & herbs.

There was no garlic flavor to the pieces of tough over cooked bread, and the sprinkle added nothing to the bread.  There WAS cheese inside, but for every 3 bites of bread, I got 1 bite of cheese.  The minimal amount of cheese didn't bother me though, since the cheese which was present delivered no flavor of any kind.

I hoped dipping the snacks would help.  Seriously, this was the first time I've had completely bland Marinara sauce.  Tomato soup has more seasoning.

All things considered, give Pizza Hut's Stuffed Garlic Knots 3 out of 10 stars.  They're 1970s school lunch quality bad.


  1. Yikes! I have never ordered these garlic knots from Pizza Hut, so thank you for the review! It is quite helpful :)

  2. You do realize, it all depends on who is in the kitchen. You can easily ask for replacement if food isn't made right. It's fast food so there is always going to be mess ups especially when someone is rushing in the kitchen because retail store are understaffed. I would suggest, to get some courage and ask for a replacement instead of complaining online.