Want to remove the pineapple from Hawaiian pizzas or make a meat feast veggie friendly?
Domino’s actually allows you to do this by using its customise tool when making an order.
But just how far can you go when tweaking the recipes?
MyLondon reporter John James conducted an experiment to see how many meaty toppings he could get on top of his pizza.
He said: “We decided to approach pizza giant Domino's to see if they could arrange a special order for us.
“We had initially requested to have a pizza with every single topping on the chain's menu, a costly dish that would have bankrupted this reporter and soiled his insides.”
The Domino’s branch advised John that a maximum of nine toppings tended to be a rule.
This allows the fast food giant to still maintain the quality of its slices.
So with these guidelines in place, the journalist decided to pick nine different meat toppings instead.
His request was certainly an unusual one as a “meaty brute of a pizza” arrived at his door.
Although the slices look a little intimidating, John says he had a “religious experience” when he chowed down on them.
The Londoner said: “When I lifted up the lid the smell hit me immediately.
“The pizza, which I named the 'Farmyard Friends' smelt like all corners of the animal kingdom once cooked.
“The rich scent of beef, bacon and chorizo hung high in the air while beneath it all the cheesy undertones of the warm crust meandered at their own pace.
“I slid my hand into the box and teased out a slice, holding the parcel up to the light to study the reach meaty mountains.
“The taste of the pizza was like nothing I've ever experienced before.”
John added: “It was as if St Peter himself had escorted me to the heavenly gates of flavour himself, unlocked the gates and said: ‘It's yours for five minutes, I need to take a leak.’
“The different toppings perfectly complemented each other with the interplay between the chorizo and the tandoori chicken proving a real highlight.
“The fact that I was undoubtedly breaking fresh ground in the pizza world by consuming the dish greatly added to the experience.
“Whatever happens from here on in, my tombstone will cite me as the creator of the Farmhouse Friends.
“If you're at a loose end, I cannot recommend it enough, if you're not at a loose end order it anyway, you can probably make about three stir-frys from the leftover toppings.”
So has John convinced you to order a “Farmyard Friends” pizza? Let us know in the comments section below.