**This post has been sponsored by Papa Murphy’s to bring you this experience. All opinions are 100% our own!**
I don’t know about you, but dinner time is often incredibly chaotic at our house. Trying to get dinner on the table during the children’s “witching hour” alone is difficult. But getting something on the table that the whole family enjoys is near impossible. That’s why we are huge fans of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza.
There are several convenient Papa Murphy’s locations in the DFW area, so dropping by to pick up pizzas on the way home from afternoon activities is super simple! I like to place my order online to make pick up even faster.
Papa Murphy’s offers a wide selection of menu options to please everyone in the family. There are several different pizza crust options, including gluten free, as well as salads, cheese breads and desserts.
Our favorite menu item by far is the Mini Murph pizza. Mini Murph Pizzas are the perfect solution for getting the kids involved in helping with preparing a dinner that they will actually enjoy!
The Mini Murph pizzas are small personal pizzas which include: Sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and a fun temporary tattoo all enclosed in a mini little pizza box just for your child! My daughter loves how fun Papa Murphy’s makes the experience and I love the fresh ingredients! I also love that the Mini Murph makes it easy to put my daughter in charge of creating her own pizza. Everything comes in neat little containers so there is little to no mess! My daughter can spread the sauce and add the toppings all by herself. That’s a parenting win in my book!
Papa Murphy’s also has several special offers available to make family pizza night much more cost effective. Be sure to check your local store for the latest offers! For example, on Tuesdays get any large pizza just for $10 or get 25% off a $20 order. You can’t beat the quality for the price.
For a convenient and time saving meal on your next busy weeknight or even a fun treat on the weekend be sure to check out your local Papa Murphy’s!