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Did you know that October is National Pizza Month? If I could eat pizza every day I would. Ellio’s Pizza is a favorite in our home and has been since I was a kid. I am sure we are not the only pizza lovers out there! Last month I was lucky enough to have a film crew, compliments of Ellio’s Pizza, come to our home and film me making a fun snack for the kids. Yep, we loaded up our Ellio’s with hot dogs and chicken pieces as well as green peppers. Yummy! There are so many creations you can do with pizza. As some of you know, we have partnered with Ellio’s Pizza to bring you pizza snack, meal and other entertaining ideas over the last few months. We are wrapping up this series this month and what more appropriate than pizza appetizer ideas!
Simply cook your Ellio’s Pizza in your toaster oven and once cooled, cut thin strips and roll into a ball. Use a toothpick to keep the pizza in a roll.
Another fun idea, cut your pizza into squares and create a pizza stick filled with pineapple and chicken. Simply layer the ingredients on the stick. Have you ever had Hawaiian chicken pizza? This is a clever way to serve Hawaiian pizza as an appetizer.
In case you missed our video last month, click below to watch.
Once you have created your fun pizza appetizers, arrange them on a platter and serve. That’s it! Super cute and most importantly, delicious. If you have been following along, you know Ellio’s Pizza has been around in our family since I was a kid when my grandmother would make it for me. I love that it’s quick and easy to make but also made with 100% real cheese and no artificial flavors. Be sure to check out the Ellio’s Products as well as their Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook pages. Looking for a store near you that sells Ellio’s? Use the Ellio’s Pizza Store Locator.
Happy National Pizza Month!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ellio’s Pizza. All opinions are 100% mine.
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