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Freschetta Simply Inspired Pizzas & Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of FRESCHETTA®. All opinions are 100% mine.

Have you tried the New Freschetta Simply Inspired Pizza's yet? I have tried the Classic Bruchetta and was pleasantly surprised.
It is packaged in a Fresch-Taste Seal that holds the flavor and keeps the pizza fresh.  The Freschetta comes in Eight distinctive flavors. Thin and Crisp with a nice light flavoring and super easy to prepare. I would be a perfect as a light dinner or an appetizer during the summer. I also love that it has 30% less packaging but still holds in the fresh taste of the Tomatoes. I liked it so much that I will be giving away a coupon for a Free Simply Inspired Pizza so you can enjoy it. Along with a Square Bamboo cutting board. All you need to do is leave a comment on quick pizza you would try and I will pick one reader at random on May 24th. You can alos follow Freschetta on facebook at  where you can be enter giveaways and download coupons for $2.00 a pizza. You can also visit their website at You can also visit their website at FRESCHETTA® Simply…Inspired™

Freschetta, Simpy Inspired and Simply good! Try one today!

** I was contacted by Freschetta to review this product, but the opinions expressed above are stricktly my own.
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  1. Ooh, that classic bruschetta pizza looks delicious, but I'm also tempted by their new Hawaiian pizza.

  2. I'd love to try the Harvest Supreme. Sounds good!

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