The DIY Chick-Fil-A Pizza That's Giving Reddit Serious FOMO

As you might already know, pizza isn't on the menu at Chick-fil-A. It is, however, on other menus you probably wouldn't expect. Though mostly a thing of the past, McDonald's used to serve up a McPizza (via Wide Open Eats). New ovens were installed in restaurants that served the special pizza, and by the early 1990s, 40% of United States McDonald's locations had it readily available. Unfortunately, some logistical concerns, such as cook time and drive-thru difficulties, eliminated the McPizza from all but three locations by 2015. Today, the famed food is available at one location in the world — Epic McD in Orlando, Florida.

Almost just as strange, Burger King once served a New York pizza burger at its Times Square Whopper Bar location, per Convenience Store News. It was made with four quarter-pound Whopper patties, Tuscan herb mayo, marinara sauce, and mozzarella cheese. Although you still won't find something like this at Chick-fil-A, the internet is a crafty place, and recently, the dream of a Chick-fil-A pizza became a reality.

A cluckin' good creation

If you're craving a different type of chicken pizza, one that can't be ordered, you might have found your solution. A Reddit user posted a video recipe for a D.I.Y. Chick-fil-A pizza. In the 17-second clip, you see user u/C_montana open three boxes of breaded Chick-fil-A nuggets and an order of waffle fries. He spreads Sweet and Spicy Sriracha over the pizza crust before adding the fries, chicken nuggets, fresh mozzarella cheese, and shredded cheese. After letting it cook, he performs a taste test, declaring "that boy good!"

The comments were full of hungry Redditors expressing their love for the creation. "Chick-fil-A nuggets on a pizza... yeah. I'd absolutely eat that," one person admitted. Another user concurred, saying, "I would absolutely demolish this." Interestingly, the video was posted on a subreddit called r/StupidFood, and many Reddit users disagreed with its placement. "Upvoting not because stupid, but because it looks good. Stupid good. Still good," the commenter wrote.

However, the original poster wasn't the first person who had this idea. In 2020, TikTok user @laurenandlander created a Chick-fil-A pizza with similar ingredients, per In The Know. It still had fries, cheese, and chicken nuggets, but its base was covered in Chick-fil-A sauce rather than Sweet and Spicy Sriracha. Think you might create a similar pizza at home? If so, which sauce would you choose?