Family meal time is a the perfect opportunity to discuss what is happening with life and make memories with your family. I’m happy to be partnering with Ristorante Pizza to bring you some fun Free Printable Dinner Conversation Starter Cards to help with family meals or dinner parties!
Who doesn’t love an easy and delicious dinner plan? I’m happy that Ristorante’s pizza is available to make that happen! Their pizza tastes about as close as you can get to homemade (you’d never guess it was frozen), and it comes in nine different gourmet flavors, including Mozzarella, Pepperoni Pesto and Quattro Formaggi.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party with friends or finally sitting down to a family meal after a hectic summer, this yummy pizza and free printable conversations starters are perfect!
Dinner conversation starter cards are simple to print, cut and have handy for any meal! I’ve got 48 cards to keep you busy for many meals. It’s so much fun to draw a card and find out the answers from your family and guests! One of my favorite questions is, if you had to be trapped in a TV Show, which one would it be and why?
As a kid, I used to dream about being on Fantasy Island and having different fantasies come true each week. I’d have to say that is where I would want to be trapped! Plus, the 70’s style was pretty fun and I love to disco dance. ha! I bet my kids would answer Full House. I swear… that is on our TV all of the time around here.
Grab some Ristorante pizza, salad and conversation starter cards below to have a fun and simple night in!
Check out the Ristorante Store Locator to find this frozen pizza near you. If they don’t currently sell Ristorante at your local supermarket, you can put in a request with the store manager.
Download the Free Printable Dinner Conversation Cards
Click here to print —> Dinner Conversation Cards
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