10 Days of Kid Friendly Meals/Pizza


 A Copy Cat Recipe:Lunchables Pizza
Have you ever bought the Lunchables pizza at your grocery store for your kiddos? Well, I remember buying this on my grocery day for my babes for lunch to eat when we got home. They loved it! The list of foreign ingredients I didn't love. My children actually re-created this and make it all the time and tastes even better than Lunchables by a landslide! 

Made simply with a tortilla, shaped with a cookie cutter, a little dollop of your left over pizza sauce (that you should always have on hand) and some nice mozzarella, pop in your freezer to get nice and cold... 

Easy, fun, your kids can assemble; lunch is served.


Click here for this printable recipe

The 10 Days Series is organized by iHomeschool Network, a collaboration of outstanding homeschool bloggers who connect with each other and with family-friendly companies in mutually beneficial projects. Visit us on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. And of course, click the image below to visit all the 10 Days posts from these homeschool moms of the iHomeschool Network. You'll be blessed with tips on how to handle bad days, cultivating curiosity, teaching with Legos, and much much more! 

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Friday, April 27, 2012

10 Days of Kid Friendly Meals/Pizza


 A Copy Cat Recipe:Lunchables Pizza
Have you ever bought the Lunchables pizza at your grocery store for your kiddos? Well, I remember buying this on my grocery day for my babes for lunch to eat when we got home. They loved it! The list of foreign ingredients I didn't love. My children actually re-created this and make it all the time and tastes even better than Lunchables by a landslide! 

Made simply with a tortilla, shaped with a cookie cutter, a little dollop of your left over pizza sauce (that you should always have on hand) and some nice mozzarella, pop in your freezer to get nice and cold... 

Easy, fun, your kids can assemble; lunch is served.


Click here for this printable recipe

The 10 Days Series is organized by iHomeschool Network, a collaboration of outstanding homeschool bloggers who connect with each other and with family-friendly companies in mutually beneficial projects. Visit us on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. And of course, click the image below to visit all the 10 Days posts from these homeschool moms of the iHomeschool Network. You'll be blessed with tips on how to handle bad days, cultivating curiosity, teaching with Legos, and much much more! 

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