5 Fun Twists using DiGiorno Pizza
Looking for some new toppings for your DiGiorno pizza? Here’s 5 Fun Twists using DiGiorno Pizza that’ll make you mix things up a bit!
For this year’s big game, I teamed up with Collective Bias® for a sponsored post featuring five fun pizza ideas using DiGiorno Pizza.
As you all know, I love pizza. In fact, my wife and I probably eat pizza at least once a week. Usually we’ll make a pizza and curl up on the couch for a good Saturday night movie or tv show. We typically make our own pizza dough, but that takes advance planning. So when we want a delicious pizza without much work, we just pop a DiGiorno into the oven. I’m sure everyone is familiar with the “It’s Not Delivery, It’s Digiorno” commercials. And you know what? It’s true. I prefer DiGiorno over delivery any night of the week.
In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, there’s some really great sporting events coming up in the next several weeks. There’s a big football game next week and then tons of events in Sochi just a couple of days after that. You can count on me being on the couch catching as much of the action as I can! And when I watch sports, I crave pizza. (hah…as if there’s a time when I’m not craving pizza!) But game day food needs to be easy. I don’t have time to pull together a crazy 5-course meal that is ready right at kickoff! Nope, that’s when I pull a DiGiorno out of the freezer. I can count on the timing and know that I won’t miss any of the game. With all of the fun sporting events coming up, I’ve included 5 fun (and easy!) ways you can use DiGiorno’s classic Four Cheese pizza to create some awesome party food.
Not only are DiGiorno pizzas easy and delicious, they’re also on a special Rollback price at Walmart right now. That means it’s time to stock up on pizza for the big game!
5 Fun Twists using DiGiorno Pizza
► Hawaiian Pizza
Using DiGiorno’s Four Cheese pizza, add chopped pineapple and cooked ham to the top before baking. I also add sliced red onions…because, well, I love onions on pizza! (See recipe below.)
► Artichoke, Roasted Red Peppers & Pancetta Pizza
Start with a DiGiorno Four Cheese pizza, and before baking add chopped artichokes, roasted red peppers, and cooked pancetta (or bacon). If you want to get really crazy, add some sun-dried tomatoes and fresh garlic, too!
► Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza
Grab a DiGiorno Four Cheese pizza, and top with cooked chicken and bacon. Bake according to the package directions and then use a squirt bottle or spoon to drizzle your favorite bottled ranch dressing on top of the pizza before serving.
► Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
Using a DiGiorno Four Cheese pizza, add cooked ground beef and bacon to the top. Before putting it in the oven, add a handful of shredded sharp cheddar cheese.
► Bruschetta Pizza
Bake a DiGiorno Four Cheese pizza according to package directions. Once it’s baked, top with arugula, chopped tomatoes, and a bit of fresh basil.
Easy Hawaiian Pizza with DiGiorno
- 4 oz. fully cooked boneless ham steak
- ½ cup pineapple chopped
- ¼ cup red onion sliced
- 1 DiGiorno Original Rising Crust Four Cheese pizza
- Cut the ham steak into 1/2" cubes. Place the cubes in a skillet over medium-high heat. Cook until edges of the cubes begin to turn dark brown (about 4-5 min). (Note: Make sure to use a precooked ham steak; then all you need to do is simply sear the edges of the cubes.)
- Bake pizza at the temperature listed on the package for 10 minutes. Remove pizza from oven and top with pineapple, ham, and sliced red onions. Return pizza to the oven and bake until edges are golden brown (~13-15 minutes).
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Loving the idea of dressing up these pizzas! We actually live to far out for anyone to deliver… I usually stock up on frozen pizza when its on sale… and its the go to food. When its Friday and you dont want to cook.. or I spent way to long coming up with a dessert for the blog to think about dinner 🙂
Wow…too far out for delivery! You must live in the sticks. 🙂 And I can totally identify with spending way too long on the blog and then forgetting what to actually make for dinner…haha! Thanks for stopping by!
It’s almost lunch time and now I am craving pizza! #client
I’m pretty sure I could pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Oh wait, I think that’s called college. haha! Thanks for stopping by, Tonia!
That is some of my favorite kind of pizza. I am and have always been a lover of Hawaiian pizza 🙂
Heh…me too, Jennifer! I find it oddly relaxing to play with pizza toppings. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!