Lunch Box Pizzas

Lunch Box Pizzas

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"'It's a challenge finding lunch fare that both our children enjoy,' confides Rhonda Cliett of Belton, Texas. 'These mini pizzas are fun to make. They pack nicely in plastic sandwich bags and travel well, so there's no mess.'"
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20 m servings
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  1. Flatten each biscuit into a 3-in. circle and press into a greased muffin cup. Combine the tomato sauce and Italian seasoning; spoon 1 teaspoonful into each cup. Top each with a slice of pepperoni and about 1 tablespoon of cheese. Bake at 425 degrees F for 10-15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator.

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I made these because my 5-year-old was bored with school lunch choices. These were SO easy and both my kids love them. I had to try one and the taste was very, very good. I was pleasantly surpri...

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I give it 3 stars for it's simplicity, but all I could taste was the biscuits...they really overpowered this dish.

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I made these because my 5-year-old was bored with school lunch choices. These were SO easy and both my kids love them. I had to try one and the taste was very, very good. I was pleasantly surpri...

These are great to make the night before, when i've got nothing else to take for lunch. Coworkers are so jealous when they see my little pizzas! To avoid the overpowing biscuit taste, i split th...

Tried this for my 21 month old granddaughter. She only got 1 because they were eaten 1st by all the adults! Used very little cheese and meat on each and they were still good. Will try to find ...

I make these for our Movie Night and the kids love them! They're easy to reheat IF there happens to be left overs but that doesn't usually happen! LOL They're great cause you can alter the "topp...

Thank you for a recipe that is easy to make and actually had my kids asking for seconds! I also made mine with mozzarella and used all kinds of other pizza toppings - cheese and hamburger for ki...

Huge hit with the kiddos. I made my own pizza sauce, used turkey pepperoni and lowfat mozzerella cheese. My littlest ate two and would have eaten three had I not put the breaks on that idea. I a...

These take about 20 minutes to make, and half that time for 3 hungry kids to devour. My kids loved these and said they would eat these cold in their lunch box. Made just as written and plan on...

I give it 3 stars for it's simplicity, but all I could taste was the biscuits...they really overpowered this dish.

My son helped me make this and we had a great time. It's delicious, fast, and easy. We pre-cooked our pepperoni so that it wouldn't be so greasy and used 3 pieces of pepperoni instead of one. ...

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