Game Day Pizza #GameTimeGoodies

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Tomorrow night is game time! Which team are you routing for? We are cheering for San Francisco tomorrow night. While watching the football game you have to snack on something, in which, I created game day pizza with these slices from a DiGiorno’s pizza. We used the Rising Crust Pepperoni so we could add some of our favorite toppings that they do not currently sell. We added peperoncini’s and red onions for a bit of zing. I picked up the pizza’s at Walmart due to the rollback on them for $4.50 which is two for $9. Can’t beat that! 

Game Day Pizza #GameTimeGoodies

Who will you be routing for this Sunday; West Coast? San Francisco has always been my team. Chancelor would be all for New Orleans but they are not in this one. He might pick the opposing team just for fun. Does that happen in your house? We are preparing for the big game coming soon. Probably save the sausage DiGiorno pizza we bought for the big game to pair with other appetizers. Maybe some fried pickles and hot wings. Pizza and hot wings are the ultimate football food. What is your ultimate football food? Do you have plans for the big game?

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The problem with eating pizza during the game comes when a touchdown happens. Magically the pepperoni and toppings go flying in the air. This also happens during a race. Especially when someone takes out my driver. It must be the Italian in me that the hands go flying and plenty of words escape my mouth in utter gibberish.  Do you encounter sports incidents like that?

Game Day Pizza #GameTimeGoodies

 I cannot wait until February when the racing season is back. I am pretty sure the daughter and I will take off to the race here in April. In the meantime, we will look forward to the big game, the commercials, and the food.  I will look forward to teasing Chancelor about the opposing team unless by some awkward moment he decides to route for the same team. Mmmm… I smell pizza; time for another slice. Don’t forget to follow along for more recipes at #GameTimeGoodies.

Game Day Pizza
Serves 3
DiGiornio pizza topped with peperoncini's and red onions.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
25 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 DiGiornio Pizza
  2. 10 peperoncini's; diced
  3. 1/4 cup sliced red onions
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven as directed on box. Top pizza with peperoncini's and red onions. Bake as directed on box. Serve fresh out of the oven.
Adapted from DiGiornio Pizza
Adapted from DiGiornio Pizza
Mooshu Jenne http://mooshujenne.com/

Comments

  1. says

    We had pizzas last night while the game was on, too! We used some premade pizza crust and everyone brought their favorite toppings. It was really yummy! As far what team I’d be rooting for. I don’t care about the games. At all. I really just go to the parties for the food;)
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    • Jenne says

      I am still undecided who to cheer on now. I was going to go Seahawks but then Sherman opened his mouth and I am not so sure I could even support that kind of nonsense.

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