Pizza is always a beggars night tradition at our house! It’s always a hectic night when my son goes out trick or treating, by the time we get home it’s almost time for bed, and before we leave the time is short, so pizza is a quick and easy supper fix! Sometimes I even get a little creative, like this jack o’ lantern pizza.
Here’s what the pizza looked like before I put it in the oven.
I just took a pepperoni Tombstone pizza and re-arranged the pepperoni. I used some kitchen scissors to cut the pepperoni into triangles for the eyes and nose, a rectangle for a stem, and some funky squares for the mouth. This would work great for a Halloween party, just get several cheese pizzas and one or two pepperoni pizzas, then use some of the pepperonis to decorate the cheese pizzas.
Tombstone Pizza is the real deal when it comes to Halloween. The pizza was first created at a bar called the Tombstone Tap that was located across from a graveyard, that’s how it got it’s name! That would make a great “ghost” story.
Are you planning to throw your own Halloween bash? This year Tombstone has some wonderful Halloween party planning resources on their Facebook page with the Tombstone Halloween Party Kit, including recipes like Spiderweb Munch, Bone Chillin’ Brew, and Haunted Cookie Cups. They look delicious! I might have to give one or two of these a try!
There are also Ghoulish Games like Pumpkin Bowling, Mummy Wrap, and Monster Mash Ups to keep your party hopping and fun. There’s a spooky soundtrack, and other downloads you can use to decorate. You can even spookify your own photos to print out for your party.
I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Tombstone Pizza and received coupons and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.