Easy Summer Fun with Tombstone & Nestlé #grabsummerfun

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Every year, we host a School’s Out summer party for my daughter and her cousins. It’s a great way to not only get ready for summer fun, but celebrate all of the kid’s hard work in doing well through the school year!

In Florida, we have state testing that plays a big role in being promoted to the next grade. The kids work really hard all year long on preparing for it and we usually receive their test scores right before the end of the school year…

This year, not only did all of the kids in the family do well during the school year, but they passed their FCATs with flying colors!

To celebrate the end of the school year and get the summer fun started, we threw a Grab Summer Fun party!

After checking out the Walmart brand site for information about the Grab Summer Fun demonstrations, I headed down to my local Walmart and started looking for the demo!

I found the Grab Summer Fun with no problem and listened as the demonstrator explained how easy it would be to throw a summer party by serving Tombstone frozen pizzas and Nestlé Drumstick novelty ice cream products. I already knew that the kids in our family love Tombstone frozen pizzas – especially pepperoni – and we are all big fans of Nestlé Drumsticks, so I set out to look for them in the frozen food section.

There were so many different varieties of Nestlé Drumsticks that I had a hard time deciding which ones to buy! You can read all about my shopping trip in this Google + story.

While at Walmart, I also picked up some camera supplies for myself for my upcoming trip to Colorado and bought water guns for the kids to play with a our School’s Out party. It really can’t get any easier to #GrabSummerFun than to have a backyard water gun fight and then eat Tombstone pizzas and Nestlé Drumsticks!

The kids had so much fun playing with the water guns – they even got the dogs to participate! Bailey and Toby chased the little kids and chomped at the water!

After the kids played outside, I served Tombstone frozen pizzas – well, of course I cooked them first! I love how easy they are to prepare; you just unwrap and throw in an oven (preheated at 400 degrees) for 15 minutes…and that’s it!

The little ones love regular cheese pizza, and the bigger kids always like pepperoni. I am a big fan of Tombstone’s pepperoni pizza too!

I love how easy it is to bring my family together – or even just a quick get together for my daughter’s friends – by serving easy peasy meals like Tombstone frozen pizzas. They taste great, everyone loves them, they are inexpensive and they are so easy to prepare.

This past weekend, I took my daughter and her cousin to Orlando and Kissimmee for the weekend and I didn’t even mind having everyone over after we got home for this summer party because it was so easy to put together!

After playing with the water guns outside, eating Tombstone pizzas, it was time for dessert! I had bought two different varieties of Nestle Drumsticks – minis and regular sized. They were the perfect options for the grown ups and the little kids!

You can find out more about by visiting the Drumstick Facebook and Tombstone Pizza Facebook pages – there are lots of ways to incorporate pizza and ice cream into your summer fun!

I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™  and Nestle but all opinions are my own – as are these photos, so please don’t steal!  #CBias #SocialFabric

 

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