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Pizza Roll-Up Bento Lunch

March/April 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (124 votes)

This easy pizza-inspired roll-up is a kid-pleaser. Make crunchy vegetables more appealing by selecting colorful varieties like orange and purple cauliflower—and don't forget the dip! Keep 'em smiling with watermelon cut into fun shapes with cookie cutters.



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Pizza Roll-Up Bento Lunch

13 Reviews for Pizza Roll-Up Bento Lunch

09/22/2013
Anonymous
Like the basic concept but SIX cookies?? Did Nabisco make this recipe?

Why would any child get SIX Oreos? That's four times the calories of the lunch itself.

How many would you give your child? I do two or three max.

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02/26/2013
Anonymous
Microwave??

I have not tried the recipe for the tortilla wrap yet, but I will definitely find a way to NOT USE A MICROWAVE for it!!! I dumped my microwave a long time ago as it causes disease and is bad for you in so many ways. I don't miss is a bit, I use a toaster oven and my stove. Also, don't like the cookie idea in the lunch.

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01/11/2013
Anonymous
Five Oreos Are You Serious?

Main dish looks good but I would taste test it with kids.

The fruit and veggies are great
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07/11/2012
Anonymous

im a baby sitter and i do it every friday and i tried it and they loved it. i personally would just skip the compartments for the food, but if your kids are picky i would order one on amazon for a cheeper price. i really hoped this helped perswade you to do this recipe!!!! :)

this is my favorite animal
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05/22/2012
Anonymous

Great colors and shapes. Laptop lunches box is kids favorite. I would skip the cookies. Sweet watermelon is enough. Adding more vegetables can add color and nutrition value without adding sugar.

Fruit and vegetables are included
In a lunchbox
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