Easy Party Idea: Make Your Own Pizza Night

Easy Party Idea: Make Your Own Pizza Night

We are huge fans of pizza - But then again, who isn’t?! Some of our best memories happen around the kitchen table, so this weekend, grab your friends, some beer and host a Make Your Own Pizza Night!

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First, on the kitchen island or table, cover with brown paper. You can find a roll of brown paper at the dollar store in the stationary aisle. This way, it helps with the cleanup process and you are able to write on the counter too!

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Start the pizza bar with pizza crust. We are always looking for quick and easy products, so rather than dealing with stretching dough, we bought premade pizza crust from Boboli. They offer a wide variety of crusts, we chose the personal thin crust, the perfect size for an individual pizza!

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Line your pizza bar full of toppings! We chose, tomato sauce, shredded and fresh mozzarella, peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, fresh garlic and basil!

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Go wild creating your own pizza creations! Bake each pizza at 400 degrees for about 12-15 minutes.

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We set the dining room table so we could enjoy our pizzas together. Sticking to a rustic theme, we filled mason jars with tea light candles, used a cork trivet as a centerpiece with a vase full of pasta.

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Enjoy!

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