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6 recipes to help you celebrate National Pizza Day all week


February 9 is National Pizza Day – a day dedicated to honoring many people’s favorite dish. There’s just something about pizza that brings everyone together. The crust, the sauce, the cheese, the toppings! However you slice it, we love it.

Thai Chicken Pizza


In honor of the special day, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite pizza recipes.

  • Thai Chicken Pizza – This offers a unique twist on pizza. With a creamy, Asian-inspired sauce and crunchy toppings, this 20-minute meal will quickly become a staple in your household.
  • Smoked Salmon and Cucumber Flatbread – Craving something super fresh? Chewy naan bread is used instead of a traditional pizza crust. Salmon, cucumber, cream cheese, and dill come together to create a refreshing snack or meal.
  • Fruit Pizza – We can’t forget dessert! Greek yogurt acts as a healthy, nutrient-packed base for juicy, succulent fruit toppings.
  • Mini Deep Dish Pizzas – Everything is more fun in miniature size! These tiny pizzas can get the whole family in the kitchen for an interactive cooking experience. Your kids will love munching on their own creations!
  • Farmers Market Pizza with Roasted Garlic Chicken Sausage – Load up your pizza with mushrooms, eggplant, red onion, spinach and more to create a wholesome, nourishing meal! Make this healthy meal even easier with a pre-made, pre-cooked pizza crust.
  • Reuben Pizza – Transform an all-time-favorite sandwich to your new favorite pizza. The usual suspects are all here: sauerkraut, corned beef, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing, all atop the bakery’s wheat pizza dough

Farmers Market Pizza

Now for the age old question: thick or thin crust? Good news: you don’t have to choose with our vast variety of crust options at Festival Foods. To see what’s available at your preferred store, click here and search “pizza crust”!


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