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If you guys love pizza as much as we do, get exited because Little Caesar’s has make at home Pizza Kit fundraisers that are helping schools all across America raise money while giving families a fun way to make dinner together! That’s right…. you can make your own Little Caesar’s pizzas AT HOME and your kids can help! I don’t know about your kids, but I’ve found that when my kids help me make dinner, they also eat better. And of course…. pizza is always a fun idea for an easy family dinner!
How to Get Started:
Getting started is so easy….. just head over to www.pizzakit.com and register your school fundraiser! You can do this anytime and someone is also available by phone to assist you and get things set up for your school! You can choose the duration of the fundraiser and Little Caesar’s will coordinate a delivery date for your fundraiser to make everything as easy as possible for your school! They have a ton of different Pizza Kits available to choose from including different pizzas, breadsticks, desserts, pizza cutters and baking stones, and more! You can earn about $6 per Pizza Kit sold for your school! While there are a ton of school fundraising options available, this one is great because you can eat it, you can create fun memories with your kids, and it’s quick and easy!
What you Get:
As I said, they have a ton of options to choose from! We received a couple kids to try out and share with you guys: Pepperoni Pizza and Breadsticks. We got everything we needed to make both all individually packaged. (Pizza dough, sauce, cheese, and pepperoni and breadsticks, garlic butter sauce, and Parmesan cheese crumbles.)
How to Use Your Pizza Kit:
The kids are really fool-proof and so easy! We let each of the kids make a pizza. First, you add sauce. Then, you add cheese. Then you place your pepperoni–this was Avalynn’s FAVORITE part! She absolutely LOVED making her own pizza and she still talks about it! I’m so excited to learn how much she loves to cook and will definitely be incorporating her into more family meals! The way she ever so carefully placed each pepperoni made my heart smile! (You can watch the kids make our pizzas in the video below!) She was SO proud of her work! Both Avalynn and Aidan couldn’t even wait for the pizza to cook and snuck a couple pepperonis during the prep!
Alright moms, get excited about this….. the pizzas bake for ONLY 9 MINUTES! That’s so fast! Talk about an easy dinner for a school night! For the breadsticks, you bake the dough first and then brush on the garlic butter and cheese on top and let cool a bit before serving. The kids include marinara sauce for dipping so you get everything you need!
If you’ve stumbled upon this post and you don’t have kids, this is a great way for you to support a school in your local community, your grandchildren, neighborhood kids, etc. You literally get dinner out of it and the kids are really affordable!
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How did the Pizza Kits Work?
The Pizza Kits were a HUGE success! All of the kids (ages 2, 5, and 7) had SO much fun! They cooked super fast and turned out EXACTLY like the pizzas and breadsticks you get from Little Caesar’s locations. We received 3 pepperoni pizzas and 3 breadsticks kits and it was enough to feed 4 adults and 3 kids with an entire breadstick kit left over to enjoy another day. They weren’t too greasy and tasted amazing fresh out of the oven!
I’m SO excited about the Little Caesar’s Pizza Kits and can’t wait to share with my kids’ school as a fundraiser idea! If you like pizza and helping out your local school, be sure to share this exciting option with your PTSO group!
VISIT WWW.PIZZAKIT.COM TO GET STARTED!
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Love this post? Check out our Mommy & Me Homemade Pizzas when the boys were little!
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