This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Home Run Inn pizza.

Home Run Inn Pizza Sticks are a fun take on the classic pizza slices.

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Here is the plan. You and I. We are for reals. You and I share things. Things like Nutella Brownies, Spinach Piesor a shopping spree at Target. We can do this because you and I are cool like that.

I also get to tell you about my favorite things, my lazy days, and my family life. How awesome is that!? I get to tell you everything about me and you get to listen!

Speaking of listening…  you know how I’m also a Mommy to two beauties, right? Yeah, those two…

Well.

Can you believe that one of them does not care for pizza?! Think about it… no pizza… Can you imagine what this little problem did to our family pizza night?!? The nerve of her!

Ok. NO big deal. It happens. I guess…

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Then, one night, I was all like, HEY, how about some PIZZA STICKS for din din?! I started waving around said pizza sticks and the little one, the one that’s anti-pizza, ran straight for it!

I’m telling you, sometimes mommy-brain is the most intelligent thing on Earth.

Earlier that day I went to the store and bought what we consider to be one of the best frozen pizzas, Home Run Inn Pizza. We like it this much more because it is made with all natural ingredients, REAL CHEESE, and no preservatives! AND they are now selling it at a nearby Meier, cutting my commute time in half. SCORE! They also have them at Kroger and at Marsh stores.

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The entire drive home I was trying to figure out how to get our family pizza-night back. It’s just so convenient sometimes, and because their pizza is made with all natural ingredients, I feel that it’s a very good choice for us when we want to just unwind and tackle the rest of the night with pizza and a game of Monopoly. It’s just how we like to roll, you know?

Besides, according to Consumer Reports, Home Run Inn is #1, and it is Chicago’s number one selling frozen pizza brand.
Told you! Their pizza is SO GOOD, I just had to find a way to work it back into our menu.

So that very day, when I got home, I popped the pizza in the oven and after cooling it for a bit, I cut it up into sticks. As soon as I started to plate the pizza sticks, my little one reached over and she had not one, but TWO pizza sticks!
That’s all it took…
Another day, another 1-0 for Mom!

Let’s see how long it is going to take me to figure out how to feed them “green trees” and “brain trees”. AKA, broccoli and cauliflower.

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So! Have you ever had Home Run Inn Pizza? Do you have a favorite? Cut it up into sticks, you might love it just a tad bit more!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Home Run Inn pizza.

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Home Run Inn Pizza Sticks are a fun take on the classic pizza slices.
Serves: Makes 12 to 14 Pizza Sticks
Ingredients
  • 1 Home Run Inn Pizza, any flavor
Instructions
  1. Bake pizza according to directions on the box.
  2. Remove from oven and let cool 5 minutes.
  3. Cut baked pizza down the middle.
  4. Cut both halves of pizza into sticks.
  5. Serve.

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  1. Christiane - Taking On Magazines January 31, 2014 at 11:10 AM - Reply

    Great job, Mom! I think you’re right. As soon as we become mommies, our brains expand 300%. It’s not the kind of know-how that’ll solve the world’s problems but it does give us the ability to raise awesome children.

  2. Ramona January 30, 2014 at 6:26 PM - Reply

    What a fun way to serve it for the kids. Looks great. :)

  3. Deanna January 30, 2014 at 8:50 AM - Reply

    My little one has been trying pizza lately but will only eat the crust-so random! My neighborhood Aldi sells a lot of Chicago products and Home Run Inn pizza is one of them! Guess it comes with the territory!

    Pizza sticks sounds brilliant! I will try that and see if she will consume pizza this way!

  4. Angie@Angie's Recipes January 30, 2014 at 8:44 AM - Reply

    They look so GOOD!

  5. steph@stephsbitebybite January 30, 2014 at 7:41 AM - Reply

    What a great twist on a pre-made pizza!

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