Pizza Hut's s'mores cookie pizza might be the only thing better than pizza itself

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Jonesing for S'Mores But Don't Have a Campfire? Pizza Hut Has the Answer

It's nearly impossible to improve pizza, but Pizza Hut has seemingly found a way. The chain debuted its Hershey's Toasted S'mores Cookie on Monday.

The concoction swaps vegetables, cheese and sauce for chocolate, cookies and marshmallows.

Introducing Hershey's Toasted S'mores Cookie. Just in time for summer.

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Consumers might have to swap their pants for a bigger size too: The dessert cookie pizza features a large chocolate chip cookie base topped with chunks of Hershey's milk chocolate, graham cracker pieces and many mini marshmallows (no complaints here).

The whole situation costs $6.99 and is available for the summer — which is great news for taste buds and not-so-great news for anyone who's already purchased their swimsuit for the season.

The world is currently undergoing a widespread s'moresification. The popular campfire treat has debuted in everything from a Frappuccino flavor to a french fry topping to beer — and there are probably s'more products on the way.

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