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Family Saturday Night at Home + Totino’s Giveaway!

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Quarantine schmorantine! Spending time with the entire family sure is a lot more fun when you choose to plan an evening together. Now that you’ve had a year’s worth of forced bonding time at home, why not get together with some intention? Grab some cards, fire up the video games, and pop in a movie for the little ones. This way, you can spend time under the same roof, doing exactly what you each want, and join up later for some family fun together.  And, don’t forget the snacks – everyone’s favorite sodas,  Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls, and some homemade Chocolate Malt Cupcakes!

I prefer my Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls in the oven – they get super crispy on the outside, and gooey on the inside. That’s serious perfection! I’m a big fan of the Totino’s™ Pepperoni Pizza Rolls because they have just the right amount of salty pepperoni in each little bite-sized treat.  However, they offer an amazing variety of flavors, so that everyone in the family can grab a plate of their favorite.

For me, Totino’s Pizza Rolls is the O.G. pizza roll, and that’s why the entire family can appreciate them. Even the pickiest teenager can agree that Totino’s Pizza Rolls is the satisfying go-to snack for gaming, scrolling social media, creating video content, and streaming movies!  They are easy-to-eat and delicious, especially because  Totino’s Pizza Rolls are poppable and easy-to-eat bites of your favorite comfort food…PIZZA! These are what the Gen X crowd (that’s my people!) would call, “cool!” and the Gen Z kids would call, “fire!” No matter how you describe them – they are DELICIOUS!

The adults might prefer my personal go-to, or my second choice – Totino’s™ Supreme Pizza Rolls. For the preteens, tweens, and teens, grab a bag of the Bacon & Pepperoni, and the Cheeseburger Pizza flavors.  And the little ones might go for Cheese or even Triple Cheese flavored Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls. It’s always a good idea to have a few different flavors on hand to please everyone in the family.

While the adults are playing rounds of poker and gin rummy around the kitchen table, the little ones might be laying around in the family room, watching a movie. And, of course, the teens and tweens will probably be holed up in their own room playing video games or making videos for social media. No matter what everyone is doing, they can enjoy some yummy snacks and some alone time, together. You may even decide to pull out your classic video game systems (I’m talking to you, fellow Gen Xers) and introduce them to your teens!

You might also decide that a family game night is in order! It’s tough to pick out games that an entire family can enjoy, especially because teens are so hard to engage and entertain now with technology ruling their lives.  Here are some of my favorite suggestions for family fun together:

  • Charades
  • 20 questions
  • Paper airplane contest
  • Go Fish, Crazy 8s, Kings in the Corner card games
  • Twister
  • UNO
  • Kids Against Maturity Card Game
  • Create an obstacle course in your living room
  • Battleship

One of the best things about Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls is that they are bite-sized finger foods. Even better, they are poppable pizza bites! That means you don’t need to worry about a clumsy pizza box, crumbs from chips, or doing the dishes when you’re done with the evening. That sounds pretty awesome to me! Plus, they are stuffed with tons of yummy ingredients and loaded with flavor, so they are pretty filling. You could use them as an appetizer OR a meal!

Are you ready for a Saturday night at home with the family? Whether you plan to do your own things, or join up for some inter-family bonding, you’ll be glad you chose to spend the evening at home. I hope my favorite game night ideas and the mouth-watering temptation of Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls has you inspired and ready to plan your next Saturday night!  This rockin’ giveaway should totally help get you excited, too!

Giveaway Dates: March 24th – April 12th

THREE winners will receive a prize package with a $50 value that includes: (6) Bags of Totino’s Pizza Rolls, (1) Totino’s Takis Kookie, (1) Totino’s Deck Of Cards, (1) Totino’s Tie-Dyed T-Shirt and (1) Totino’s Hoodie

GOOD LUCK!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Giveaway open to legal residents of the US and DC, 18 years and older. Giveaway starts on March 24,2021 and ends on April 12, 2021. Three (3) Prizes valued at approximately $50 each will be awarded.  Total ARV of all Prizes: $150.00 Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Subject to Giveaway Terms & Conditions.  Void where prohibited. Sponsor: That’s Just Jeni.

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134 Comments

    • Judy Rittenhouse Reply

      My favorite game night activities are Pictionary, Charades, and Scrabble.

  1. Rachel Debise Reply

    Favorite game night games are dominoes, scrabble, uno, go fish, spades, monopoly, pictionary and more. Thank you

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      OHHHHHHH, I wanna come to game night at your house! I Love ALL of those games!!

  2. We love playing board games and sometimes we use our giant JENGA! game outside!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      OHHHHH now that’s unique AND fun for the whole family!

  3. Penny Branson LeBaron Reply

    We like the classics like Yahtzee, Scrabble and Monopoly

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      You can’t go wrong with the classics, that’s for sure!

  4. We love playing Super Scrabble! It’s not only fun, but educational. The younger family members play Scrabble Junior. Sometimes we switch to playing Clue. We enjoy the Triple Cheese Pizza Rolls. Mmm – Mmm GOOD!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      LOVE IT! Scrabble is GREAT – and you’re so right about it being educational.
      Triple Cheese Totino’s Pizza Rolls…. *drools*

  5. My favorite family game night activities are playing one of the many versions of Monopoly we have or the new Rick and Morty we game. We also play some Switch games and this really cool Harry Potter Funko Pop game. We love pizza rolls, my kids have them a few times a week. Good stuff.

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      Ohhhhh man, your household sounds like a BLAST! You know how to really jazz up family time!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      Ohhhhh, I’ve never played those, but I do know what they are!

  6. I love making great food and drinks and playing a classic board game like Monopoly, especially all of the special edition and themed versions!

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    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      Ohhh, I’ve never played that! But I DO love card games!

  8. athena graeme Reply

    Our favorite family game night game right now is Yahtzee! My daughter gets the biggest kick out of rolling dice!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      That’s so cool! Helps with learning math, as well!

  9. One of our favorite game night activities is setting up a nacho or popcorn bar to enjoy whilst playing!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      Love that idea! Add in some pizza rolls, and I’ll definitely show up! 😉

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      Trivial Pursuit – now THAT is a game I can get into!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      I was never a fan, although my family of 7 always played!

  10. We like playing Pictionary because my daughter loves to draw and shout out answers.

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      That’s such a fun game for the ENTIRE family, too!

  11. We love playing board games like Monopoly and Clue together on family game night.

  12. We don’t don’t have a play list. We live with our grandchildren and one week the youngest picks the games and the older one the food. The the next week they switch. And we have to write that down so no one can argue about it.

  13. Stephanie Sullivan Reply

    We love to play uno as a family. We get competitive and the kids get to practice math (we count the cards at the end)

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      AMAZING idea to incorporate learning into the game!

  14. Brenda Haines Reply

    We just had game night yesterday and played my son’s favorite, Life. I like to play Monopoly.

  15. We like to play Scrabble or watch movies with a big bowl of popcorn

  16. I remember coming home from school and my mom making me these and Kool-Aid. Those were the days!

  17. Stephanie H Reply

    Our favorites are movie night with air popped popcorn and different flavor popcorn seasonings!

  18. We enjoy a pizza/game night. Our favorite games are Uno and Battleship.

  19. We love to play our favorite games make a homemade pizza or pizza rolls and watch a good movie

  20. Cindy Bowling Reply

    We love playing Yahtzee, UNO, Battleship and Clue. Totinos Pizza Rolls are a staple in our house. There is always a big bag in the freezer.

  21. Tracy Suzanne DeLoach Reply

    Uno & Spoons are two of our favorite game night activities, along with eating! lol

  22. We play cards at my mother in law’s house once a week. Thank you

  23. Elizabeth TierceMiller Reply

    We love family game night with the kids. We love pictionary, jenga, clue, and guess who.

  24. Christy Leonard Reply

    My favorite family game night activity is playing monopoly.

  25. Janet Boyanton Reply

    We enjoy word games. Right now they are very basic games because we ae playing them with a four year old!

  26. Jill hanson Reply

    Our favorite family game is Boggle. Thank you for this opportunity to win.

  27. Ellie Wright Reply

    Sequence is our favorite. But if playing with the younger family Uno is our go to game, and sometimes Skipbo.

  28. My favorite family game night activities is playing the games Sequence and Scrabble

  29. Terri Schneider Reply

    We love to play Cards Against Humanity! Kids are all grown so it’s all good!

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