This post is sponsored by Panago Pizza as part of the #QualityWorthSharing campaign. My Kitchen Love did receive compensation, monetarily and product, although I only support brands I love and as always, all opinions expressed are my own.
I get really excited when I find a brand that I love to eat that works with my food ethics and how I want to feed my kids. And if it’s food that is delivered hot, right to my front door I am overjoyed. Panago is now serving pizzas with organic sauce, and pepperoni, ham, and Italian Sausage made from pork raised without the use of antibiotics. We’ve basically been eating pizza on repeat over here.
I grew up loving Panago Pizza (was anyone else obsessed with the Primo Pollo?!), but have been hesitant about a number of delivery options since my kids have started solids. Panago provides pizza with only fresh ingredients and no artificial colours or flavours, or added MSG. All great factors to feed a family … easier and better. I have seriously missed out on so much delicious pizza which pains me to no end.
The thing I possibly love best about Panago is that my kids will eat it. They love the pizza dough made in-store daily, but it is the fresh ingredients that get them every time. Even my cheese hating picky eater. She ate three slices as part of her dinner last week friends, three! It was like the pizza gods were finally paying attention and she dove into the Pepperoni shown above with glee.
Not only are Panago’s pizzas on the up and up with recent changes to organic ingredients and porkraised without the use of antibiotics, there are also endless options thanks to vegan cheese and gluten-smart crust. Panago also gives me and my lettuce-loving family something we look forward to with most dinners: fresh, crisp, and delicious salads. The Caesar Salad is not to be missed. The lettuce is always crunchy and fresh (I do have to cut it into smaller pieces for the little ones), the croutons are crunchy and perfectly seasoned, and let me tell you about the cheese – great big lovely pieces of real parmesan cheese. Needless to say Panago doesn’t last long around here.
Panago is proudly Canadian and as such will be celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday over the next few months. Be sure to follow along with Panago Pizza on Instagram to take part in their celebrations (and giveaways!) for Canada’s 150th Birthday. Hello True Canadian Pizza! who could resist this for a true Canadian celebration?
What is your favourite way to enjoy Panago?