I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop about #DesignAPizza from #Digiorno has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. My husband has a video of our extended family ordering pizza and it literally is a 20 minute reel where no one can agree on what type of Pizza to purchase. You end up spending more money adding ingredients to just 1/4 of a pizza to please all the picky pizza eaters in your family. DiGiorno has solved this problem with the Design-A-Pizza kits.
Spending family time together should not be stressful trying to appease everyone’s taste preferences. Look what I found at Walmart that will solve the picky pizza eater dilemma, the new Design-a-Pizza Kits from DiGiorno. They come in combinations such as Pepperoni & Sausage with Peppers; Chicken, Green Peppers and Red Onion; Spinach, Tomato and Red Onion with Pepperoni.
Summertime means family time on the deck and limited cooking for this mom. I have grilled pizzas before but I have never grilled a frozen pizza. Why would it be so different? First things first, gather the family together to design their slices. The DiGiorno Design-a-Pizzas come with a plain cheese pizza and different toppings conveniently packaged separately so no one has to worry about ingredients mixing. (My suggestion is to take out the ingredients a few minutes to defrost, this will make it easier to separate the pepperoni)
I suggest plating all the ingredients to make designing your pizza much easier.
Then gather your guests together and have them design their ideal slices or pizza to meet their tastes. This is the fun part of this pizza kit, everyone will be happy to have their individual say on what they will be eating on their pizza.
Heat the Grill to about 350 degrees, I made the mistake of not doing this with indirect heat but I would definitely recommend this technique after doing this trial run. Place the pizzas on the grill.
Check them after 15 minutes to be sure they are not burning on the bottom.
We used this handy Pizza tool to help get the hot pizzas off the grill. The cheese melted so nicely.
Then place on a large cutting board in the middle of your table for centerpiece and everyone can discuss why their piece is the best. Not only is this an easy way to entertain kids and friends, but you don’t have to worry about fussy Pizza Eaters again.
Which DiGiorno Design-A-Pizza would you first try?