This post is sponsored by Armour. All comments and opinions are my own.
Nothing gets thrown away here at my house! If we have any food leftover from our meals, I will find a way to put it to use. The funny thing is, sometimes the leftover meal is even better! As an example, my Meatball Flatbread Pizza started out as a way to use up leftover meatballs from a spaghetti dinner. Now, it’s one of the most frequently made meals at my house.
Just spread a little pizza or pasta sauce on a piece of flatbread and top with the meatballs, some bell pepper and a handful of mozzarella cheese. Toss it in the oven for 8 – 10 minutes and you have one of the easiest and tastiest meals ever!
I make a point to keep a couple of bags of Armour Meatballs on hand just so my guys can make a pizza whenever they’d like. They get the taste they love and I get a break from the kitchen… win/win!
Now that they are home on summer break, I expect them to make the pizzas even more often. Luckily I was able to grab another bag of those tasty meatballs and save some moolah. Look for a digital coupon that you can clip to save $1 on your next purchase. Try them on a pizza or in any of your favorite meals and recipes.
Armour has been serving generations upon generations of American families, so they know what they’re doing when it comes to that classic comfort food. Their famous Original flavor is always a tasty option, but they also offer Beef, Turkey, and Italian-style varieties as well.
Besides being delicious, each flavor is also a good source of protein with no preservatives or artificial flavors to be found. Of course you just can’t beat the convenience. Just toss into a pot with your favorite red sauce and you’ve got delicious, savory meatballs by the dozens in no time flat. Or try them in place of sausage for a fresh take on ziti and other pasta bakes.
Or, if you’re ready to try something different, check out Armourmeats.com/recipes for all sorts of other unique uses. Be sure to clip your coupon and grab a discount the next time you shop at Publix.