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1.27.2015

Surprise Your Game Day Party Guests with Something Different: Alexia Pizza Fries!

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As we all know some days are busier than others and lately every single day has been packed full of activities in our home. With a steady stream of work coming in, planning a party for this weekend, a million Valentine's Day post ideas floating around in my noggin, statistics and macroeconmoics homework needing to be done, a husband who works full time, a kayak that is longing for the water, two dogs that love long walks, paintings to be painted, and about a thousand other items on my to-do list you could say I'm a busy little bee in 2015. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining - I love every second of this crazy (busy) life.

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But when we actually have the chance to unwind, I like to take it easy! Time spent cuddling on the couch with my sweetheart is probably my favorite activity, in the world (I think that means I'm officially "old" but I'm totally okay with this fact). I also like spending as little time in the kitchen as possible on days when I take it easy, so when we decided to throw a Game Day Party on Sunday I wanted all of my recipes to be easy.


Then I realized I had a couple bags of Alexia Smart Classics Crinkle Cut Fries and Alexia Sweet Potato Fries in the freezer and instead of giving my guests just regular ol' fries, which are already delicious - I decided to add a twist with a football fan's favorite food, pizza!

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Coming up with a creative way to make pizza was incredibly easy! This delicious recipe is a new favorite - one pan prep, personalized combinations for every picky eater on the planet, in whatever portion size you may please, and beyond heavenly flavors made with barely any effort; this may become a daily meal in our home!

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I whipped up several different versions of pizza fries. Some with onions, spinach, and less cheese and some stacked to the brim with extra cheese. I decorated a few with pineapple, a couple with mushroom, and even made a handful of batches of Alexia Sweet Potato Pizza Fries for those that aren't fans of normal french fries!

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I can't wait to make all kinds of new combinations for The Big Game on Sunday, because the possibilities for these little fries are endless!

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Now that I've bragged about my inventive new recipe, let me go ahead and share how simple these Pizza Fries are to prepare:

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Pizza Toppings - Pepperoni, Sausage, Onions, Peppers, Spinach, Mushroom, etc.
Italian Cheese


1. Bake Alexia Smart Classics Crinkle Cut Fries or Alexia Sweet Potato Fries as instructed on bag, remove with 5 minutes left on the timer.

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2. Section the fries into separate portions. Add pizza sauce (I use homemade but you can always buy store bought), any toppings your heart desires, and cheese.


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3. Bake for 5-7 more minutes or until cheese is melted to your liking.

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Enjoy!


I hope your game day is full of fun and yummy food... If you aren't sure what you'll be eating this Sunday, grab a couple bags of  Alexia Fries from Walmart and let your guests delight in the perfect crinkle cut and delicious flavors!

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If you decide to whip up a batch or two of Pizza Fries for your guests, I'd love to hear what combinations you enjoyed the most so I can try them as well!

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Happy Football Game watchin', everybody -
may the best team win!



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