Katherine he never cut his finger, not sure where you reached that verdict, please not so quick to judge.
. Catherine, looks yummy as usual! A blessing to find your site and book both. So many friends are obsessed with your granola bars and bananas granola cookies! I made cinnamon chip cranberry granola bars the other day, yum. Am enjoying any crockpot recipes you have too! Looking forward to more (wink wink;) thanks again girl!
My son starts school next year and I am actually looking forward to making him some creative lunches for his lunch box. When you pack these, do you heat them up and put them in a thermos? Or just leave them room temperature? Also, can you freeze extras?
I guess I’m the only one who had a son who does NOT like pizza!!! I don’t get it…he loves cheese and bread but doesn’t like cheese melted and doesn’t like tomato sauce. I may need to try these and see if he’ll eat them. I have to keep trying, right??!!!
hey, i was wondering if you could say where you got that sqaure dough from. the only refrigerated dough my store has is a ball of pizza dough which is so hard to work with. i would love to find something already in a square!!
Looks delicious. My kids love pizza and these should travel better in a lunchbox than regular pizza. Can you share the website where I can find that safe kids knife? Right now I only let my son use plastic and it doesn’t always work well. Thanks!
My son LOVED these, if his comment, “Look Mama! It’s yummy inside!” is any indication. One problem I did encounter, however. I must not have sealed the balls sufficently, because halfway through baking, I noticed some pizza sauce had leaked out. I just took a paper napkin, dabbed it dry and let it continue baking. Any tips on how to seal the dough so this doesn’t happen?
Fantastic timing! It was my Kindergartener’s last day of school. We were having a special lunch to celebrate. I made these, well a hybrid really. Delish! The only change I did was to bake them individually in muffin tins instead of in the pie plate (I actually don’t own a pie plate!). They were quick, easy, and a hit with the kiddos age 1 to 6 years old. Thank you so much for this idea. Best of all they will fit perfectly in our laptop lunch box come September!
My son used to be an excellent eater, but lately he seems to not want anything I make for him. But he never turns down pizza. I love the presentation it makes with it being in the pie plate, I was just imagining it with a yummy green salad on the side. About how long does it take to cool down enough so the kids can handle it? I am thinking of doing this for dinner tonight. I have all the stuff. I am always amazed with all the creative ideas you come up with.
oh, now I am thinking it must be one of those plastic knives for cutting lettuce… Your site makes it so clear that you are a great mom and always thinking of your kids and family first. I really just found myself holding my breath when I first watched!! Boys! I’m bracing myself as my little one gets older!
Many thanks again
Hi The recipe looks great but I haven’t been able to watch all the way through – I love the interaction between you and your son, but it makes me so nervous seeing him with that knife! Is it a ceramic knife? It looks like it is very sharp and I keep gasping for fear of his little hands!
I’ll definitely try this recipe though! Thanks!
It’s a knife used specifically for kids. His school even bought sets for the kids to use there after they saw it. I’m SUPER careful with kids and knives. WHen they know they can use their own knives and understand the difference between mommy’s knife and Kenya’s knife it helps a lot.
I love the knife Kenya was using. My son just this morning was wanting to use a more grown up knife. I am going to have to search for these. Any tips on where to find these? And any other kid friendly kitchen tools. My soon helps me cook all the time. I’ll have to have him watch you and Kenya in the kitchen maybe he’ll be inspired.