DiGiorno Gets Festive With A Thanksgiving Pizza
We all look forward to Thanksgiving dinner with friends and family. Everyone feasts on their favorite dishes, including the staples like turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and more! Then we all pack up the leftovers and feast on them for the next few days. We get creative with it and we make Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches.
But what if you crave it way after Thanksgiving? You have a couple options, freeze the leftovers and reheat them, go to a local Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop year round to get their Bobbi, or make the meal all over again. But what if there’s another option?
Thanksgiving Cravings? How About A Thanksgiving Pizza!
Frozen pizza brand DiGiorno has been in the game for years! They came out with a frozen pizza that is close to ordering a takeout or delivery pizza. Over the years, they’ve released all different styles of pizza with all types of toppings. Well now, they’ve broken into the Thanksgiving leftovers game! That’s right, they’ve created a frozen Thanksgiving pizza!
Just like everyone questioning if Pineapple belongs on pizza, does Thanksgiving leftovers belong on pizza? If you were to ask me, the answer is no to both. But have I have tried pineapple on pizzas and don’t hate it. Just like pineapple on pizza, do you think turkey, sweet potatoes, gravy, green beans, and cranberry belong on a pizza? Most of the world would probably say no, but there’s a lot of people with curiosity who would try it. That’s who DiGiorno seems to be targeting.
Here’s What To Expect And How To Try The Holiday Pizza
To imagine all of that on pizza dough is a lot. And the dough needs to be pretty sturdy to hold all those toppings. According to Dleish, DiGiorno takes their Detroit style pizza and tosses on gravy, sweet potatoes, turkey, and green beans. To even get past putting more carbs on top of carbs is either a health freaks dream or nightmare. Then to throw on green beans on top of it. probably would scare most away. But it doesn’t stop there. It wouldn’t be a pizza without cheese, right? The pizza is then topped with mozzarella, cheddar, and crispy onions. The crispy onions I feel is to round out that green bean casserole. It’s then covered in a cranberry sauce drizzle.
Is this something you would try? Would you cancel your traditional Thanksgiving dinner and serve this instead? My guess is probably not, but would you try it just for the nostalgia? ABSOLUTELY! Or I would at least. If you want to get your hands on this frozen holiday delight, it’s available starting today at DiGiornio’s website! But just like any weird food trend, it will probably sell out.
We have more on this in today’s edition of a Few Things You Should Know!