NEW Krusteaz Flatbread Mix – Review and Giveaway
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Hubby is on his way back into town a day early. He just called and asked what’s to eat. No leftovers are in the refrigeration. The meat in the freezer is frozen solid. It’s a late Sunday night and everything is closed. My mother never got around to teaching me how to cook anything. Thank goodness for great cookbooks and great prepared foods like Krusteaz.
Ready. Set. Go. I can do this.
Time to prepare:
- One apron for the messy cook
- One timer set for the time the dough needs to rise
- One oven set to 475 degrees
- One pizza stone for a crispy crust
- One pizza pan for serving
- One pizza wheel to cut through the cheese
- Measuring cup, mixing bowl, wooden spatula
- One box of Krusteaz Flatbread Mix
- Water, vegetable oil, wet mozzarella, and fresh sliced veggies–peppers, onions, garlic, tomatoes, mushrooms
I read the instructions carefully and follow them modifying the recipe to make it an attractive healthy specialty flatbread pizza. Hubby walks in as it goes into the oven.
His stomach is grumbling as he attempts to open the oven. I remind him that a watched pot never boils. Finally the timer sounds the flatbread is ready. Hubby removes it and cuts both of us slices admonishing me that it really is hot. After it cools, he nibbles then speaks: This homemade flatbread pizza rivals ones served in our local pizzerias only better:
#1 It is fresh.
#2 It is hot.
#3 It is delicious.
#4 Prep is simple and easy.
#5 Cleanup is quick.
#6 It is is affordable with no delivery or tipping charges.
I thank him for the compliments as we finish the pie. A bit of leftover dough remains. Waste not; want not. I brush it with olive oil then bake it until brown. As flatbread it will be great for dipping as a midnight snack. Bet I’ll be keeping a supply of Krusteaz available in Whole Wheat, Garlic & Onion, and Italian Herb in my cupboard. Available at most grocery chains, its approximate retail price is $2.59 per box.
One (1) winner will receive a Krusteaz prize pack that includes the new Krusteaz Mixes (all three flavors), a Krusteaz Recipe Card, and some Krusteaz Kitchen Accessories (a branded apron, kitchen timer and pizza cutter).
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