Anyone else feel like a sports widow at this time of year? DH is a HUGE college football and basketball fan, and of course the Big Game is right around the corner. I swear, if I didn’t hang out on the couch next to my husband while playing on my tablet, I would never see him. Don’t get me wrong, I like watching sports too, it just depends on the game. We’ll usually watch as a family when DH’s favorite team is on and the kids can’t help joining Daddy in the cheering and clapping. When we are all enjoying a game, I prefer not to miss a minute of the action so I make sure to Maximize Game Time with a DiGiorno Pizza Defense!
I recently hit up Walmart to stock up on snacks and a few varieties of DiGiorno Pizza. I can’t beat the current rollback price of $4.50 for a pizza that can easily feed my family of four. DH makes a great homemade pizza, but sometimes we want to take it easy. DiGiorno pizza is the perfect game time food. It’s easy to cook (and serve) so that neither of us miss a minute of game time.
We usually end up making simple cheese pizza due to the kids preferences, but the rising crust version is a must. My son used to only eat the crust of a slice of pizza, so he is definitely a mini crust connoisseur. Check out the before and after baking of our pizza. I especially like how there is plenty of cheese so it sprinkles over the crust a bit to get all toasty and crunchy in the oven. YUM!
DH and I occasionally branch out to other toppings, and if I’m eating in a pizza restaurant, I’m usually ordering white pizza. I was so excited to find out DiGiorno offers a version of white pizza too. I had to buy one to give it a try. I’m a sucker for all things flavored with garlic! Speaking of garlic, I was even tempted to buy a version on garlic bread! Check it out in the picture below! I am definitely buying that one next time.
I know there will be happy smiles at the table when I serve DiGiorno pizza for dinner. Even from my picky five year old! He’s a fan of the dipping strips style pizza. This mom’s just happy when he leaves the table with a full belly.
What do you serve during game time so you don’t miss a minute of the action?