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Diabetics at Pizza Hut

Pizza is neither a great meal nor the worst for diabetes. All you need is some fact check and monitoring while ordering your pizza. Diabetics can opt for thin crust or skinny pizza at Pizza Hut and avoid the cheese topping to cut down on the excess fat and sodium. If you have diabetes, then ensure to check your portion size when you order a pizza. One or max. two slices are enough. You can also avoid meat if possible and go for wings as a meat option.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for Diabetics:

You must avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust as it contains over 1000mg sodium and will add 470 calories in your meal. You should also skip Super Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice which is too high in sodium and fat. Chicken wings are often tempting but you must control and restrict yourself from ordering Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings as it can add up to your sugar levels if you eat too many. On average, a person orders or consumes six chicken wings pieces in a day.

Sides must be avoided at all costs especially if it's Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup for its high sodium content. You must also avoid New York Style Cheesecake with Applesauce as dessert as one slice of this dessert item contains 86g sugar. Pizza Hut also offers other Italian dishes such as Pasta. However, you must skip Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Meatballs and Garlic Bread as it is too high in sodium and sugar.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Personal Pan Pizza Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 290mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Bone Out Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0.5g), 160mg sodium, 6g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 5g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Fast-food restaurants like Pizza Hut are not recommended to dine-in if you are diagnosed with high blood pressure. Most pizzas at Pizza Hut are high in sodium and hence you must stick to one or max. two slices of any regular size pizza to limit your sodium intake. Try out the salads as they are not only healthy but also keeps you full for a longer period. However, you must ensure that you don't order the salads without any extra dressing.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Blood Pressure

Avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust and Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice at all costs when you order at Pizza Hut. Both these pizzas contain a high amount of sodium which can spike your blood pressure levels. Also, skip Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup and Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings to restrict your sodium intake.

Food Suggestions for High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken Small Thin 'N Crispy Slices

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 280mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Traditional Bone-In Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 160mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

High Cholesterol at Pizza Hut

Whether large, medium or small, a pizza can boost your cholesterol levels instantly. You shouldn't eat more than one slice of any pizza your order at Pizza Hut. If you're concerned with your high cholesterol, then it is wise to take your friends to Pizza Hut and share pizza among them slice by slice. You can also try pasta at Pizza Hut but ensure that you are not adding any dressing or extra cheese as you order pasta.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Cholesterol

Keep your pizza intake to one slice to avoid high cholesterol intake while you dine at Pizza Hut. Skip Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice as it contains a high amount of fat and the sodium levels are also very high. Avoid the desserts section completely to limit the fat and sugar intake. You can also limit yourself from ordering non-veg pizza and skip adding sides or dressing on your orders to ensure that your cholesterol is in check while dining at Pizza Hut.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Buffalo Chicken - Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 420mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cavatini Veggie Lover's with Garlic Bread

Nutritional Facts: 630 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 730mg sodium, 113g carbs, 14g sugar, 7g fiber, 21g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Breadsticks

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 260mg sodium, 19g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 4g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

  • Karla B.

    Interesting place.. Busy today. All u can eat. Pizza, pasta and salad.. Plenty of varieties of pizza and pastas. Even a good variety of dessert pizzas. Noisy tho.. Lots of kids.. If you leave hungry.. It's your own fault.. Lol

    (4)
  • Logan H.

    Everytime we order over the phone my wife gets somebody who misunderstands her. We have to order Gluten Free and this last time they thought we wanted Peas instead of cheese and pepperoni. First, who the freak orders peas on a pizza and why do they even have them? Secondly, we now have to wait another 15 minutes while they correct the perfectly uttered order. Their pizza is good, but I'm truly wondering if i will continue to waste an extra 15 minutes while i wait for what i ordered.

    (2)
  • Brian S.

    As far as pizza buffet joints go this is much better than the others. Besides the decent pizza selection they have a salad bar and a real good pasta selection with several pasta sauces to choose from. The pizza here actually has a good amount of cheese and what appears to be good quality meats and veggies. The buffalo wing pizza is unique and pretty dang good. It usually gets snapped up pretty quick when it gets out of the pizza oven.

    (4)
  • Heidi T.

    Positively terrible. The pizza dough is chewy and leaves a pasty flour taste in your mouth and EVERYTHING is made from that dough, so there is no escape. Even the salad bar which I had hoped would have some redeeming quality was wilted and nasty. There is nothing that would make me return here. Seriously, just buy a frozen pizza, eat it raw and stay home, it would be better than coming here.

    (1)
  • Kelie H.

    Not gourmet by any means, but we can't seem to get enough of this place. The process is simple- you pay when you arrive (paying $2 extra for gluten free crust, if you so desire) and then help yourself to one of three buffet areas. Pizza, salad, and pasta. The pizza buffet usually has a bunch of options, from garlic knots to regular and gourmet pizzas, to dessert pizza. The cookie dough and raspberry dessert pizzas are so good. The staff is kind and will accept all sorts of special requests. When I've asked for a cheeseless pizza they have delivered it right to our table. Salad bar is small and very basic. They need mushrooms and onions added to make it better IMO, but I do like the craisins. The pasta bar is nifty. There's like 10 different noodles to choose from. A staff member will load them into a container, and lower them into a vat of super boiling water to heat them up. Then you choose your sauce, and there are multiple. Meat marinara, Alfredo, carbonara, just to name a couple. This place gets packed on weekends. During the week, there is a discounted "happy hour" in the hour before closing. Enjoy!

    (4)
  • Matthew T.

    The toppings were good and varied. There were quite a few options and several dessert pizzas. It had potential but was ruined by terrible crust. The crust was super chewy and left a bad taste in your mouth. Think eating playdough. We will not be back.

    (1)
  • Pata L.

    Great employees....good attitude along with the food! Manager came around the tables following up on service and food. Like I said both were great! Price was very affordable...family friendly!

    (5)
  • Christine P.

    I would have to say I was pretty disappointed with this place. It was very unorganized. We sat at a table and some guy came back and started yelling at us for being in his spot after the waitress came and told us it was available and cleaned all of the plates off. Then we finally got a spot and we went for the salad bar. They were out of knives and Ranch dressing, I couldn't get a hold of anyone to tell them. I also waited for the Buffalo Chicken pizza to come out and it never did. My family was done with eating and I had to settle with the other flavors because they never got it out. They were slow and I was very disappointed. I gave it a two because despite being slow and unorganized, the pizza was pretty good. The Oreo dessert pizza was delicious. I had such a horrible experience that it was enough for me not to go back.

    (2)
  • Mary B.

    Good gluten free pizza and pasta. You do have to pay $2 more for gluten free, but you get a full pizza for that. The best gluten free pizza crust I have found, outside my own. Salad bar is very small. If it had more options, I would have scored it a 5. I would and have recommended them to anyone who is gluten free, and misses pizza.

    (4)
  • Keala L.

    Very inexpensive $1 for small drink you can refill at will, $8 for dinner, but only $6 if you go at 8 pm they call it happy hour. Great selection of pastas and sauces, pizza selection is great; a lot of chicken choices, great selection of dessert pizzas as well and salad bar is good too. Try mixing salad bar items with pasta and sauce for gourmet pasta. I would recommend for anyone to try and I will go back for sure.

    (5)
  • Autumn M.

    What I love is this place is very very clean and the staff is awesome!!!! Best pizza buffet around! Pizza, salad and pasta is ok not gourmet but the best buffet around town!

    (5)
  • Bruce W.

    We have recently fallen in love with Pizza Pie Cafe. For the same price a most other fast casual restaurants you get good pizza, great pasta, and possible salad. My sons love the pasta bar since they can choose so many pastas. The pizza selection satisfies my wife since she prefers chicken pizzas and they usually have three to choose from. Finally, their desserts are awesome.

    (4)
  • Karla B.

    Interesting place.. Busy today. All u can eat. Pizza, pasta and salad.. Plenty of varieties of pizza and pastas. Even a good variety of dessert pizzas. Noisy tho.. Lots of kids.. If you leave hungry.. It's your own fault.. Lol

    (4)
  • Logan H.

    Everytime we order over the phone my wife gets somebody who misunderstands her. We have to order Gluten Free and this last time they thought we wanted Peas instead of cheese and pepperoni. First, who the freak orders peas on a pizza and why do they even have them? Secondly, we now have to wait another 15 minutes while they correct the perfectly uttered order. Their pizza is good, but I'm truly wondering if i will continue to waste an extra 15 minutes while i wait for what i ordered.

    (2)
  • Brian S.

    As far as pizza buffet joints go this is much better than the others. Besides the decent pizza selection they have a salad bar and a real good pasta selection with several pasta sauces to choose from. The pizza here actually has a good amount of cheese and what appears to be good quality meats and veggies. The buffalo wing pizza is unique and pretty dang good. It usually gets snapped up pretty quick when it gets out of the pizza oven.

    (4)
  • Heidi T.

    Positively terrible. The pizza dough is chewy and leaves a pasty flour taste in your mouth and EVERYTHING is made from that dough, so there is no escape. Even the salad bar which I had hoped would have some redeeming quality was wilted and nasty. There is nothing that would make me return here. Seriously, just buy a frozen pizza, eat it raw and stay home, it would be better than coming here.

    (1)
  • Kelie H.

    Not gourmet by any means, but we can't seem to get enough of this place. The process is simple- you pay when you arrive (paying $2 extra for gluten free crust, if you so desire) and then help yourself to one of three buffet areas. Pizza, salad, and pasta. The pizza buffet usually has a bunch of options, from garlic knots to regular and gourmet pizzas, to dessert pizza. The cookie dough and raspberry dessert pizzas are so good. The staff is kind and will accept all sorts of special requests. When I've asked for a cheeseless pizza they have delivered it right to our table. Salad bar is small and very basic. They need mushrooms and onions added to make it better IMO, but I do like the craisins. The pasta bar is nifty. There's like 10 different noodles to choose from. A staff member will load them into a container, and lower them into a vat of super boiling water to heat them up. Then you choose your sauce, and there are multiple. Meat marinara, Alfredo, carbonara, just to name a couple. This place gets packed on weekends. During the week, there is a discounted "happy hour" in the hour before closing. Enjoy!

    (4)
  • Matthew T.

    The toppings were good and varied. There were quite a few options and several dessert pizzas. It had potential but was ruined by terrible crust. The crust was super chewy and left a bad taste in your mouth. Think eating playdough. We will not be back.

    (1)
  • Pata L.

    Great employees....good attitude along with the food! Manager came around the tables following up on service and food. Like I said both were great! Price was very affordable...family friendly!

    (5)
  • Christine P.

    I would have to say I was pretty disappointed with this place. It was very unorganized. We sat at a table and some guy came back and started yelling at us for being in his spot after the waitress came and told us it was available and cleaned all of the plates off. Then we finally got a spot and we went for the salad bar. They were out of knives and Ranch dressing, I couldn't get a hold of anyone to tell them. I also waited for the Buffalo Chicken pizza to come out and it never did. My family was done with eating and I had to settle with the other flavors because they never got it out. They were slow and I was very disappointed. I gave it a two because despite being slow and unorganized, the pizza was pretty good. The Oreo dessert pizza was delicious. I had such a horrible experience that it was enough for me not to go back.

    (2)
  • Mary B.

    Good gluten free pizza and pasta. You do have to pay $2 more for gluten free, but you get a full pizza for that. The best gluten free pizza crust I have found, outside my own. Salad bar is very small. If it had more options, I would have scored it a 5. I would and have recommended them to anyone who is gluten free, and misses pizza.

    (4)
  • Keala L.

    Very inexpensive $1 for small drink you can refill at will, $8 for dinner, but only $6 if you go at 8 pm they call it happy hour. Great selection of pastas and sauces, pizza selection is great; a lot of chicken choices, great selection of dessert pizzas as well and salad bar is good too. Try mixing salad bar items with pasta and sauce for gourmet pasta. I would recommend for anyone to try and I will go back for sure.

    (5)
  • Autumn M.

    What I love is this place is very very clean and the staff is awesome!!!! Best pizza buffet around! Pizza, salad and pasta is ok not gourmet but the best buffet around town!

    (5)
  • Bruce W.

    We have recently fallen in love with Pizza Pie Cafe. For the same price a most other fast casual restaurants you get good pizza, great pasta, and possible salad. My sons love the pasta bar since they can choose so many pastas. The pizza selection satisfies my wife since she prefers chicken pizzas and they usually have three to choose from. Finally, their desserts are awesome.

    (4)

Q & A on

How did Pizza Hut start?

Pizza Hut began its operations on 15th June 1958 at Wichita, Kansas, United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Easter?

Yes, Pizza Hut stays open on Easter until 10 PM on Thursday and Sunday. Whereas, Pizza Hut operates at normal hours on Good Friday, Saturday, and Easter Monday.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Thanksgiving?

Most Pizza Huts stay open on Thanksgiving Day but may have reduced hours since it's a big holiday in the United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open Christmas day?

No. Pizza Hut remains closed on Christmas.

Which Pizza Hut bases are vegan?

Pizza Hut has a rapidly improving and impressive choice of vegan options. Simply opt for vegan cheese on any vegetarian order of pizza at Pizza Hut and you can enjoy your favorite vegan pizza. If you're concerned with vegan options at Pizza Hut, then inquire whether they have Violife vegan cheese in stock before ordering anything.

Which Pizza Hut sides are vegan?

Oven cooked Chips and Onion Rings available at Pizza Hut are vegan.

Which Pizza Hut is closest to me?

There are over 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants globally. You can find the closest Pizza Hut restaurant using our Restaurant Listings directory.

When Pizza Hut opens and closes?

Pizza Hut opens at 11 AM daily and closes at 11 PM on weekdays and Sundays. The restaurants stay open till 12 midnight.

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About Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a renowned pizzeria globally known for its fusion of Italian and American cuisines. The restaurant serves Italian style Pizzas and Pasta as well as sides and desserts influenced by American cuisine. Pizza Hut began its operations in June 1958 when two brothers Dan and Frank Carney, who were also Wichita University students, opened the first Pizza Hut store in Wichita, Kansas. With 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants around the globe, Pizza Hut franchise is the largest Pizza chain in terms of locations.

Pizza Hut is currently owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. which is the restaurant division of PepsiCo. You can find a lot of traditional dine-in Pizza Hut locations across the United States. However, Pizza Hut restaurants also operate in storefront delivery and carry-out formats. There are also hybrid versions which offer dine-in options as well as carry-out facility.

Healthy Food Options at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a one-stop destination for pizza lovers, but it can also raise some concerns for people with high blood pressure, cholesterol intake, and diabetes. Generally, pizzas contain a high amount of sodium and it is in your best health interest that you consume one or max. two slices of any pizza you order from Pizza Hut. If you're diabetic or concerned with high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, you must stick to one pizza slice at Pizza Hut.

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Accepts Bitcoin : No
    Good For : Dessert
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes

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Pizza

Pizza is a famous Italian dish savored around the world. The entire credit for the popularity of Pizza in the United States goes to the chain of pizzerias all over the country. While the base and the texture of Pizza remains same across the globe, it's the toppings that differs from country to country. In the United States, you will find the top pizzerias serving pizzas with the toppings of mainly beef, bacon, chicken, ham, and sausage for the non-vegetarians. Other than these famous meat options, Pizzas with veg toppings such as mushrooms, pepperonis, garlic, tomatoes, spinach, etc. are also famous in most restaurants in the United States.

Irrespective of your locality, you will find a variety of different restaurants in your cities offering pizzas of all different types. Pizza is hot favorite among people of all ages in the United States. A large size pizza is enough to feed a family of 3 or 4 at large. Pizza is also the most preferred food whenever a group of friends is hanging out together. Pizza gained popularity in the United States after the American soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II.

Over the years, different pizzerias in the United States have developed their own respective regional variations. Pizza gained popularity as the iconic dish in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Whether you prefer thin or thick crust pizza, you can find a pizza of your preference at the best pizza restaurants in your city.

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