Try these delicious Lunch Box with Mini Pizzas, Veggie Snacks and Mashed Peas. Pizza is always a winner with kids! Why not try this fun heart-shaped pizza to spice up the lunchbox? Get cooking now! Click here for full recipe.

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Lunch Box with Mini Pizzas, Veggie Snacks and Mashed Peas

Pizza is always a winner with kids! Why not try this fun heart-shaped pizza to spice up the lunchbox? Get cooking now!

40 mins

2 persons

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Mini Pizzas

  • Preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius to ensure a crusty and delicious pizza.

  • Roll out your pizza dough and use a heart shaped cookie cutter, or cut the dough in circles, to give the pizza a fun shape.

  • Spread the tomato sauce on the dough and decorate with toppings: Emborg Shredded Mozzarella, black olives, corn, red bell pepper, and fresh basil. (tip: use your favourite toppings to make your own personal pizzas)

  • Bake the pizzas in the oven for 8-13 minutes until the cheese is melted and golden, and the dough nice and crusty.

  • Arrange the cooled down pizzas in a lunchbox and remember to also include a fork and a napkin for the fingers.

Mashed Peas

  • Mashed peas is a colourful and healthy dish to spice up the lunchbox. Try this easy recipe now!

  • Bring a pot with salted water to a boil and add the frozen Emborg Sweet Garden Peas. Cook them for 3 minutes until they are tender.

  • Drain the peas and mash them by using a blender or fork. Add Emborg Natural Cooking Cream, butter, salt and pepper to ensure a smooth texture and delicious taste.

  • Arrange the Mashed Peas in a separate container so it does not mix with the pizza.

Snacks

  • Always remember to fill the lunchbox with your child's favourite snacks to keep their energy levels up during the day. Fun vegetables and fruits are high on vitamins and always a winner in the lunchbox.

  • Slice the carrots and cucumber into smaller sticks. (tip: make a quick dip for the vegetables sticks with Emborg Rich Sour Cream and a pinch of paprika and ketchup)

  • Take your grapes and berries and slide them onto a wooden barbecue skewer to make a fun snack.

  • Place all the snacks in a separate container to keep them fresh.

  • Enjoy!

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40 mins
2 persons

Lunch Box with Mini Pizzas, Veggie Snacks and Mashed Peas

Pizza is always a winner with kids! Why not try this fun heart-shaped pizza to spice up the lunchbox? Get cooking now!



2 persons

Ingredients

Add to shopping list

Instructions

Mini Pizzas

  • 1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius to ensure a crusty and delicious pizza.

  • 2. Roll out your pizza dough and use a heart shaped cookie cutter, or cut the dough in circles, to give the pizza a fun shape.

  • 3. Spread the tomato sauce on the dough and decorate with toppings: Emborg Shredded Mozzarella, black olives, corn, red bell pepper, and fresh basil. (tip: use your favourite toppings to make your own personal pizzas)

  • 4. Bake the pizzas in the oven for 8-13 minutes until the cheese is melted and golden, and the dough nice and crusty.

  • 5. Arrange the cooled down pizzas in a lunchbox and remember to also include a fork and a napkin for the fingers.

Mashed Peas

  • 1. Mashed peas is a colourful and healthy dish to spice up the lunchbox. Try this easy recipe now!

  • 2. Bring a pot with salted water to a boil and add the frozen Emborg Sweet Garden Peas. Cook them for 3 minutes until they are tender.

  • 3. Drain the peas and mash them by using a blender or fork. Add Emborg Natural Cooking Cream, butter, salt and pepper to ensure a smooth texture and delicious taste.

  • 4. Arrange the Mashed Peas in a separate container so it does not mix with the pizza.

Snacks

  • 1. Always remember to fill the lunchbox with your child's favourite snacks to keep their energy levels up during the day. Fun vegetables and fruits are high on vitamins and always a winner in the lunchbox.

  • 2. Slice the carrots and cucumber into smaller sticks. (tip: make a quick dip for the vegetables sticks with Emborg Rich Sour Cream and a pinch of paprika and ketchup)

  • 3. Take your grapes and berries and slide them onto a wooden barbecue skewer to make a fun snack.

  • 4. Place all the snacks in a separate container to keep them fresh.

  • 5. Enjoy!