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Healthy Kids Lunch Pizza featuring Hillshire Farm

Every time we go to the grocery store my girls ask for a premade lunch kit. You know the ones I am talking about. It is rare that I buy them, I don't like not being able to control the ingredients plus, they are really expensive! Did you know it only takes a few minutes to put something just like the premade kits together?
I headed to Target to get all the ingredients I needed! We love Hillshire Farm Lunch Meat so, I picked up two varieties. Once home, I got everything together to get started!
All you need to make a yummy and healthy Pizza lunch kit is:
Grated Cheese
Pizza Sauce
Pita Bread
Cookie Cutters

Lay your Pita Bread on a cutting board and press the Cookie Cutter through the bread. I was able to get 2 cuts out of one piece of Pita Bread. Since Pita Bread opens, you are left with 4 pieces of "pizza dough".
Next, take 3-4 pieces of lunch meat and place on a cutting board. Using a small cookie cutter, cut out a few pieces of meat.
Place all ingredients in a lunch container. The container I have has a little cup with a lid so the pizza sauce does not end up over everything. If you do not have this, you can put the sauce on the pita bread and then stack two pieces together so the sauce is sandwiched in the middle.

To assemble, spread sauce on Pita Bread, top with a few pieces of meat and sprinkle some cheese on top. That's it! Super easy! I did heat mine up in the microwave for a few seconds but I know not all schools allow kids to use the microwave.
I served the little pizzas with a few carrots and cookies. The kids LOVED this FUN and healthy lunch! I loved that it only took a few minutes to prepare!

How could you use Hillshire Farm Lunch Meat to kick up your kids lunch?

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