After a 24-year-hiatus, Pizza Hut is once again offering their popular Big New Yorker pizza for a limited time at participating locations.
The Big New Yorker is a 16″ pizza that has 6 XL foldable slices and is made with hand-tossed dough, sweet marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, classic and crispy cupped pepperoni, and Parmesan oregano seasoning.
A slice of the Big New Yorker pizza contains 470 calories, of which 41 percent are from fat, 40 percent from carbs, and 19 percent from protein.
You can check out the full nutritional breakdown of one slice of the Big New Yorker pizza from Pizza Hut in the table below:
|Serving Size||1 Slice|
|Calories From Fat||190|
For those looking to enjoy the whole pizza by themselves, here’s what you need to know:
Six XL slices of the Big New Yorker Pizza have 2820 calories, 1140 calories from fat, 126 g of fat, 60 g of saturated fat, 3 g of trans fat, 360 mg of cholesterol, 5760 mg of sodium, 282 g of carbohydrates, 24 g of fiber, 24 g of sugar, and 132 g of protein.
The Big New Yorker pizza from Pizza Hut contains the following three known allergens: