A Holiday Party for Kids from 1 to 92 with @FlatoutBread


The holidays are upon us and they are a time to get together with friends and family. But sometimes we get so busy with planning and shopping that we don’t really enjoy the time.

So when I had the chance to try Flatout Flatbread Thin Crust Artisan Pizza I was excited to see if they could help cut down on holiday prep work. I had heard of the Flatout Flatbread Pizza before but despite searching my local store for them I had yet to get them a try.

bag-pizza-spicy-italianThen these little beauties showed up. The Flatout Flatbread come in these flavors: Rustic White, Spicy Italian, Heritage Wheat, Rosemary & Olive Oil
– 7 g protein
– Good source of fiber
– 140 calories
– 6 crusts per bag
– 6-minute recipe

They are – Easy and fast for the holidays
– 6 breads, 6 pizzas in 6 minutes
– Perfect holiday rush meal solution
– Can make pizzas in the oven or on a grill
– Fun to make, cool to serve

My mission was to hold a holiday party for kids of all ages and serve Flatout Flatbread Pizza’s. So I invited a friend over and her 6 children.

I laid out a buffet so to speak of all different types of pizza toppings. We had chicken, pepperoni, sausage, black and green olives, onions, mushrooms, green pepper, tomatoes, and lots and lots of cheese. Then we set to work making a huge selection of pizzas. Everything from BBQ chicken to veggie.


Then we ate.

And watched Toy Story 2.

And ate some more.

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If you are a fan of thin crust pizza than you have to try the Flatout Flatbread. It was amazing. It cooked up so crispy and didn’t get the least bit soggy no matter how many toppings we piled on.

Even the Spicy Italian was a big hit with everyone but the littlest guy.

I’ve been following the Walmart Holiday Entertaining Pinterest Board for some different ideas for the holidays. I am going to try the Thin Crust Chocolate Raspberry Pizza made with Flatout Flatbread.

But our holiday fun did not end there.

We also made salt dough ornaments with Christmas themed cookie cutters and then got out the paint.

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8 kids, paint, ornaments, pizza, and lots and lots of fun

I loved that not only were the pizzas easily customizable for each taste but also that they were so easy to make. I was able to really enjoy the guests and not feel like I spent the entire time cooking.

Because what fun is missing your own party because you are cooking?


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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world! Comments or questions? Talk to me on Facebook or Twitter or sign up for our RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.