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Do any of you do family pizza night? We do, every week! It is a great way to spend time as a family and reconnect after a long week. Even now that most of us have moved out of the house, we still do our best to get together at my mom's house every week. Sometimes we order delivery, and sometimes we pop something in the oven. Pizza is a great way to feed a large group, but it can get expensive! I'm so glad that there are yummy choices like #DiGiorno in the freezer section!
Who here has a "cheese only" kid? Everyone, right? Aren't we always hearing that getting kids involved in making their food will help with picky eating? Well, DiGiorno nailed it! These #designapizza kits will get your kids excited to put all sorts of things on their pizza. Pepperoni? Yep. Chicken? Yep. Veggies? Bring 'em on!
So, we headed off to Walmart and grabbed a couple pizzas from the freezer section.
I think she's a little excited, what do you think? Excited about peppers? That's a start!
Here's what we ended up with. Two pizza kits, and a plain cheese (just in case!)
All of the toppings come in these little trays. No dishes! Woot!
Then you get to decorate. Is there anything a newly 5 year old girl likes to do better than decorate things? She started out wanting to make flowers...
Then Noni jumped in to help make a smiley face, complete with hair and cheeks!
Now, pop that artwork into the oven. While you wait, cut up some fruit and veggies. Pizza night should be easy! We love having fresh choices to pair with our pizza.
Ding! Pizza's done!
Now, the moment of truth...
She looks happy with her pizza, but this wouldn't be the first time that she changes her mind at the last minute...
Side note: Do you see Owen eyeballing that pizza? This kid.
Success!! She ate the entire piece, complete with pepperoni, sausage and peppers! I call it a win!
Thanks, DiGiorno and #collectivebias!
How do you encourage your kids to try new foods?