Pizza is love. We’ve seen that cheesy, carb-loaded dish transform into everything from a weight-loss supplement to a 100-pound behemoth to an actual bowl and even a wedding bouquet.
Whatever you need pizza to become — even a dessert — it’s right there for you, happy to oblige your every whim.
It can even be a colorful reminder that magic really may exist.
You can now get a pizza that features the colors of the rainbow — yet still tastes like a classic.
Dagwoods Pizza in Santa Monica, California, is selling what it calls the Magical AF pizza and one look is all it takes to see that the name fits.
Even though it looks like the craziest thing you could ever eat, the Magical AF is simply a more colorful (and sparkly) version of a regular pizza.
It gets its enchanting colors from edible glitter that is poured in circles around the pie.
Mark Peters, the general manager of Dagwoods Pizza, told TimeOut Los Angeles that the pizza is “outrageously popular, especially with kids. You should see how happy some of these kids are.”
The limited-time item was a sensation for the small restaurant when introduced in the past.
Dagwoods once even got a shout-out from Jimmy Kimmel, who apparently bashed the flamboyant food item (which is rich coming from a guy who makes artistic pancakes)!
Dagwoods brought the Magical AF back in April and still has it on the menu, according to the restaurant’s website.
In case you were wondering, picking up a large Magical AF pizza with regular crust will set you back $25 and an extra large is $41.
Hey, nobody ever said magic comes cheap.
Would you give this rainbow-hued Italian entrée a try, or do foods with wacky coloring freak you out? Personally, I prefer a good, old-fashioned vodka pizza.
Rainbow Grilled Cheese
If you’re not a fan of pizza (who are you?!) you might be more inclined to try this gorgeous rainbow grilled cheese.
In a post, Hong Kong-based food blogger @hkfoodiexblogger explained that the grilled cheese contains four different cheeses and each color consists of a different flavor:
“The toast costs $42 HKD [$6 USD] and those coloured cheese are lavender (blue), basil (green), tomato (red) and the yellow one is actually the combination of 4 kinds of cheese (mozzarella, cheddar, emmental, and gruyere). The toast was crispy but I reckon both the flavour of the lavender and tomato were subtle. The basil flavour was the most outstanding one comparatively but the cheese flavour was still not as strong as my expectation. It was also a bit oily in general. I would say the quality was rather average but we all cannot deny that it is photogenic.”
Who wants to take a trip to Hong Kong just for this magical sandwich?