Heart Shaped Pizza for Homemade Lunchables

I’ve been talking a lot about lunches this school year and how to make them exciting for our kids. I have bought Lunchables on occasion and thought I could probably make a homemade lunchable just as easy.  I received Stonfire pizza crust for an earlier post and had some leftover, so I tried making a pizza lunchable for my daughter.

I used a heart shaped cookie cutter and cut two from the Italian Thin Pizza Crust. I baked them for 6 minutes in the oven.

I placed toppings of cheese and bacon along with the cooled pizza crusts in a lunch container. I added a small dish of pizza sauce to her lunch and it was that easy! She loved the heart shaped pizza crust!


Sometimes, it is the simple things like heart shaped pizza crusts that put the biggest smiles on our kids’ faces.  The above isn’t anything fancy, nothing like my bento boxes I posted about or the bento boxes I made with EasyLunchBoxes. However, sometimes kids want what other kids have, like lunchables.

When I can make them at home, they are healthier and cheaper too. I like making the homemade version because I know everything is fresh because I made it myself.  It is also much healthier.  I pack a piece of fruit with this sort of lunch since my daughter doesn’t care for veggies on her pizza. She loves the pizza crust though!

You can read all about Stonefire Pizza Crust with my review.

This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Stonefire who provided the products for review.

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