May 31, 2010

CBC'10 and Freschetta Flatbread Pizza

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Freschetta. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Of all the things I could have worried about during my CBC'10 escapade, dinner for my family back home topped the list.

You see, I'm the one that makes dinner.... and lunch... and snacks... and am pretty much the boss of the kitchen. And handing that over to DadGuy for a few days had me concerned. (Not that he isn't capable, I'm just saying, when you're not used to doing everything all the time, it's shocking to learn how much your spouse actually does for you, and vice versa.) (Can we say tangent?)

ANYWAYS.

Freschetta Flatbread Pizza saved my family.

(Or at least dinner time.)

Freschetta has introduced a new line of Flatbread Pizza that has two things going for it:

  1. Cook time is less than 12 minutes. 
  2. It tastes great. No seriously, it does. 
The pizza comes in four flavors: Zesty Italian, Roasted Garlic & Spinach, Pepperoni, and 5-Cheese.

My kids prefer the 5-Cheese and Pepperoni, while DadGuy like the meatier Zesty Italian. He said it was perfect because by the time he would remember to make dinner, it was too late to start most meals, so he could throw the pizza in the oven, grab some vegetables from the garden and toss a salad together, and by the time the table was set, the pizza was done and ready to serve.

To try the new Freschetta FlatBread Pizza for yourself, head over to their site and grab a coupon to receive $1 off your purchase. You (and your family) will be glad you did.

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4 comments:

  1. And that just might be dinner tonight...and maybe tomorrow.

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  2. The Raosted Garlic &
    Spinach sounds fantastic!

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  3. Great. It's 9:25 and now I want pizza.

    This worked...I am going to buy some.

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  4. The conference was amazing. Thank you for all over your hard work!!

    And you must be an amazing mom if you're thinking about what you're family will eat while you're gone.
    I sometimes don't even worry about that when I AM home.

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