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Got PIzza? You will!

Raise your hand if you have heard of Dr. Oetker's Ristorante Pizza?
Raise your other hand if you want to try it because you've never had it or you've had it & you liked it?

Let me tell you all, I had this pizza last year and I really liked it.
Recently I was fortunate enough to get to try it again, the plain & the vegetable.

It was tres yummy.

Sadly, the pizza's arrived broken.
They were packed in a cooler, in a box, with dry ice.
Working for a company that ships all. day. long. I know that good packing material is a must.
So let's chalk that little breakage up to a new guy in their shipping department.

The breakage did not effect the taste at all.

I baked the plain in the over.
425 degrees.
12 minutes.
While it's suggested you just place on the rack, I used a pizza screen.

The crust was crisp.
Mozarella just gooey enough.
As for the sauce....ah, muah, deliciouso!

Tonight I broke out the veggie pizza.
My little guy even asked for a piece & declared "This is good!"
He's 4 and not known for his terrific palate.

So while the pizza arrived broken, I give it 2 thumbs up in taste, cookability (totally a word...I just invented it) and size.  They are big enough for one person to eat or share.  I won't tell you what that I ate both of them.  Alright, fine, I did...I was really hungry!

Also Dr. Oetker's Pizza is easy on the food budget.
Matter of fact, I currently have a coupon for $1.00 off of one in my coupon clutch that I cut out of the paper last month.
It goes on sale in my area for $1.99 often.

So who'd like to try some?

Thanks to our friends at The Motherhood I have been given a gift bag to give to one of my fabulous readers.


It consists of:
A pizza cutter
Cooler bag
Some coupons!

As of right now the giveaway is only open to those in the US & specifically in the NorthEast where Dr. Oetker's is large & in charge.

So how do you enter?

Mandatory Entry:

Leave a comment telling me your favorite kind of pizza, ya know, plain, hawaiian, veggie by 8pm est April 18th.

That's it.

For an extra entry here's what to do:
Follow this blog via GFC.

So get to getting & if you wanna share the giveaway, post away & for everywhere you post about it, send me the link & I will give an entry for each one you do.


*I was asked to do the review and giveaway by The Motherhood.  While I was compensated for my time and review, all opinions are 100% mine*


~Rachée said…
My favorite pizza is pepperoni with extra cheese. Dangit! Now I'm hungry!
Erin said…
My fav pizza is pepperoni. growing up thinking I was allergic meant I never ate it!
Susanmeep said…
we love extra cheese! suelee1998 @
Jessi said…
I love pepperoni pizza! My needs are simple. If I don't have to share, I like to add green peppers and onions, too. Delish!
Jessi said…
I'm following on GFC!
Mychal B. said…
I like mega meat...YUMMY!
Nichole said…
I'm a plain jane kinda gal! Cheese is just fine :)

nichole {a t} justchildrensbooks dot com
Kimberly said…
my favorite is plain
Monique said…
My favorite is white with tomatoes
Mychal B. said…
I'm following your blog too.
Darcy said…
I love veggie pizza!
Darcy said…
I follow your blog!
Julie said…
My favorite is pepperoni pizza
Julie said…
follow blog jelaws5
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Erin said…
Oh yeah. I follow your blog too!
Kerrie said…
My favorite pizza is pepperoni with black olives and mushrooms!!
Kerrie said…
I follow you through Goggle Friend Connect!

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