Papa Murphy’s HeartBaker Pizza Returns for Valentine's Day

    Industry News | February 1, 2021

    Papa Murphy’s Take ‘n’ Bake Pizza announced the return of its Valentine’s Day favorite—HeartBaker Pizza—a festive pizza shaped like a heart. The HeartBaker Pizza is available February 7-14, 2021 both online and in-store at participating locations nationwide and is priced at $9 or $11, depending on location.

    Guests may also choose to bring home a Sweetheart of a Deal, which includes a HeartBaker Pizza and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough for just $13 (prices vary in Hawaii and Alaska).

    “Papa Murphy’s understands Valentine's might look different this year, so we’re helping our guests celebrate at home and show their love with some cheesy goodness,” says Kim McBee, Senior Vice President of Guest Experience and Brand Marketing at Papa Murphy’s. “While love warms their hearts, they can warm their HeartBaker Pizzas for about 15 minutes at 425-degrees in their own ovens, and then enjoy! Baking a delicious scratch-made pizza at home is our favorite way of sharing the love.”

    The HeartBaker Pizza starts with Papa Murphy’s fresh dough, made-from-scratch daily, and then is topped with traditional red sauce, loads of our 100 percent whole-milk Mozzarella cheese that's grated fresh daily, and premium pepperoni. The fastest way to enjoy a HeartBaker Pizza is to order online or through the Papa Murphy’s app.

    Papa Murphy’s continues to focus on the highest level of service and personal safety for guests and communities. Stores have made it easier than ever for guests to bake their favorite pizza at home on their own schedule. Guests can order online or from Papa Murphy’s official app, or through their favorite delivery app where available. In the stores, “quick pick-up” racks are conveniently placed near the entrance, so guests can limit time inside. Where possible, curbside pick-up and drive-thru options are also offered to allow guests to stay in their vehicles.

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.