Dairy-Free Pizza Lunchables ~ Freezer Lunch

We are participating in Money Saving Mom's Freezer Lunchbox Series, and she recently did Freezer Pizza Lunchables

I admit, part of me wasn't too enthusiastic about trying this.  My boys have never had Lunchables.  They don't know what they're missing.  Or ARE they missing anything?  Cold pizza?

But why not?  Let's see if these Lunchables are all they're cracked up to be.  Would my boys really like cold pizza for lunch?!

Well, if the excitement of helping me put together the freezer bags was any indication of how much they would enjoy EATING these, there was hope.  

Pizza Sauce 
1 small can tomato sauce
1/2 tsp. dried oregano
1/2 tsp. dried basil
1/2 tsp. dried garlic

I put the sauce into little individual containers.  

Then we added to quart-size freezer bags:
individual container of pizza sauce
Tofutti soy cheese square
dairy-free pita 
Applegate pepperoni

Makes six.  Bag individually, remove as much air from the bags as possible, and freeze.

Dairy-Free Lunchables were definitely a hit with my boys, both making AND eating them. I still don't get cold pizza, but I'm happy to have a new lunch idea that the boys enjoy.

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Dawn said...

Your boys are so cute! This is so funny..there is just something about lunchables that make kids happy! We use pillsbury cresent rolls or the pizza dough for our pizzas. I usually cook 2 cresent rolls together (makes a square shape) with pizza sauce and sometimes daiya cheese and freeze them.
I send them for lunch on a weekly basis. It saves ALOT of time.

Jamie Kaufmann said...

Thanks, Dawn. Crescent rolls, I forgot about those! We never used them b/c I think they contain egg. Thanks for the reminder!

Theresa said...

I am not a cold pizza girl but I bet this are a hit with kids! I wish Daiya would make slices like Tofutti. Back before soy was out, I used a lot of Tofutti stuff.