Krusteaz 10-Minute Flatbread House Party #KrusteazParty

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

DISCLOSURE:  I received free products from House Party in order to host Krusteaz 10-Minute Flatbread House Party.  All opinions are my own.

I'm not that great of a cook.  There are really only a handful of dishes I can make without a recipe.  My husband, on the other hand, can take whatever we have in the house and whip up a great meal.  So, I'm always on the look out for any products that can help me make a delicious meal for the family.

I recently had the chance to host a Krusteaz 10-Minute Flatbread House Party.  I was sent a really nice party kit that included:
  • 2 boxes of Krusteaz Flatbread Mix
  • 1 coupon for a free box of Krusteaz Flatbread Mix
  • A Krusteaz branded apron
  • A Krusteaz branded timer
  • A Krusteaz pizza cutter
  • 12 coupons for guests
  • 12 recipe cards

If you've been following the blog for awhile, then you know that I work pretty much every weekend.  This makes it hard, if not impossible, to plan anything with friends and family.  They're usually busy during the week, when I'm free. And I'm never free on the weekends unless I request it months ahead of time.

I ended up hosting my Krusteaz House Party on a Saturday night after work.  My parents were already watching the kids and one of my sisters and her husband were going to go over to my parents' house for dinner. So, I brought along the Krusteaz party kit and figured we'd all make pizza together.

Getting ready to make some pizza
On the way to my parents' house, we stopped at the grocery store for ingredients.  We planned on making a Margherita pizza and a Pepperoni pizza.  When we arrived, my parents, of course, already had a bunch of food made, so we ended up only making one kind of pizza.

We used the Italian Herb flavor flatbread to make a Margherita pizza.  The dough was fairly easy to make.  You stir together the dough packet with the yeast packet.  You then add very warm water and vegetable oil.  You stir it together to form the dough and then let it rise for 10 minutes.  My Mom helped me mix up the dough so I could take pictures.

After the dough finished rising, my husband worked on making the pizzas.  The directions had said to split the dough into four, but we ended up only making two flatbread pizzas, since my parents didn't have enough sheet pans!

The pizzas ended up being more doughy rather than like flatbread.  Plus, my parents didn't have non-stick foil or cooking spray to spray the foil that we put on the baking sheet.  So, the bottom of the pizzas ended up sticking to the foil.  But, they tasted good!

We all had a great time at our Krusteaz 10-Minute Flatbread House Party!  We've made the pizza a couple more times at home, each time using different toppings. The kids have fun adding the toppings to the pizzas.  Thanks Krusteaz and House Party!

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