This post was sponsored by Sprouts Farmer’s Market. All thoughts and ideas are my own.
These healthy DIY Pizza Lunchables are so easy to make, your kids will love this better-for-you version!
Whether you’ll be homeschooling or sending your kids to school, these healthy DIY Pizza Lunchables are sure to make everyone happy! By making them yourself at home, you can use things like uncured pepperoni and low sugar tomato sauce, and add in some veggies for a more balanced DIY Pizza Lunchable.
How do you make homemade lunchables?
With the rise of charcuterie boards, bento boxes, and snack meals, homemade lunchables have become very popular in recent years! Simply grab your favorite whole grain or grain free crackers, cheese, and uncured lunch meat and you’re good to go!
Sprouts Farmers Market has a huge selection of high quality meats and cheeses to choose from!
How do you make pizza lunchables?
DIY Pizza lunchables are so easy and require just a few small tweaks to the homemade lunchables I referenced above.
Here’s what you need:
- Uncured pepperoni: I like the freshly sliced kind in the Sprouts deli
- Sprouts brand tomato sauce: it has less sugar than other options
- Shredded mozarella cheese
- Simple Mills almond flour crackers: These go on sale quite often at Sprouts!
- Fruits and/or veggies to serve on the side or to dip in the extra tomato sauce
What to serve with a pizza punchable
Not sure if your kid will fill up on just the DIY Pizza Lunchable you made? There’s lots of other yummy low sugar options at Sprouts. They’ve got everything you need for back to school snacks and lunch time. I wrote this article on my favorite low sugar school lunch options that they carry!
Want more ideas for lunchtime? Make sure to check out this post on snack meals as well!
Healthy DIY Pizza Lunchables for back to school
- 10-12 Simple Mills almond flour crackers
- ¼ cup Sprouts brand marinara sauce
- ⅓ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 4-5 large uncured pepperonis I found some at the Sprouts deli counter
- Veggie sticks carrots, celery, etc.
- Fruit blueberries, apples, etc.
- Low Sugar treat see examples above
- Simply arrange the ingredients as shown in the photos above and you’re good to go! Make sure you have your containers fully sealed to prevent leaks if needed and your kids will be thrilled with their delicious DIY Pizza Lunchables!