New Slider Pizza From Your Pie Explores Meat-Free Possibilities

New signature item features meat-free Impossible Burger from Impossible Foods.




The Impossible Slider Pie from Your Pie features plant-based Impossible Burger.

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Your Pie, the original fast-casual pizza brand, has teamed up with Impossible Foods for its latest Craft Series pizza, the meat-free Impossible Slider Pie.

Your Pie will be one of the first pizza brands to feature Impossible Foods’ flagship product, the plant-based Impossible Burger, as part of its limited-time Craft Series menu. The Impossible Slider Pie will be available in participating stores from Jan. 2 through Feb. 27.

This latest Craft Series pizza channels the delicious flavors of a slider burger with a sustainable twist. Starting with an olive oil base, the pie is topped with mozzarella, thinly sliced red onions, pickles and Impossible Burger, then baked and finished with a drizzle of yellow mustard.

The award-winning Impossible Burger is a plant-based meat created as an environmentally sustainable option for beef lovers. Available in around 5,000 restaurants across the U.S., the Impossible Burger features a combination of ingredients to match the levels of protein and iron found in beef, plus a molecule called heme, which allows it to deliver the flavor and depth of beef while using far fewer resources. With the Impossible Burger, Impossible Foods aims to satisfy the global demand for meat at a fraction of the environmental impact.

“The Impossible Burger has been quickly gaining traction over the past year, and we were eager to feature it on our menu after learning about its mission,” said Your Pie Founder and President Drew French. “With New Year’s resolutions in full force, the Impossible Slider Pie gives our guests another healthy option to choose from, in addition to our vegan cheese, gluten-free crust, and more than 40 other freshly prepared ingredients. We’re excited to lock arms with Impossible Foods to bring to life a pizza featuring all of the classic flavors of a slider burger with a healthy and sustainable ethos. We can’t wait for our customers to experience it. I think they’ll be blown away!”

Your Pie’s rotating Craft Series menu has been a brand staple since 2008 and currently features five innovative pizzas per year. The Craft Series has introduced unique culinary combinations like the award-winning Peach Prosciutto Pie, featuring fresh peaches, prosciutto and a honey balsamic glaze; the Pitmaster Pizza, featuring smoky barbeque flavors; and most recently, the Voodoo Pie, a Cajun-inspired pie topped with Zapp’s Voodoo Chips.

 

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