What does $12, a ruined shirt, a little clean up and 20 minutes get you? Memories, and in our case some good pizza. I’ve been on a little cooking with the girls kick lately and decided we were going to make pizza together. I kind of decided last minute to do this whole pizza thing so everything was basically pre-packaged. I’m sure I’ll work on a homemade version shortly but for now here’s a few pictures of the fun.
Kendall enjoyed spreading the sauce on the crust and of course Natalie loved eating the sauce from the jar.
The following day we used the left over ingredients to make pepperoni omelettes for breakfast.
Classic post! My kids love making pizzas but don’t want to eat them! 🙂
I got really lucky with my girls, they are not picky eaters. Some times my oldest is with veggies but it last a day or two then that’s all she will eat.
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Looks like the girls really enjoyed making the pizza. How fun it is to spend some quality time with them. And thank you for following my blog. Hope your day is a happy one! 🙂
They loved it. My oldest asks every time we go to the store “can we make a pizza?”. They also loved the pepperoni omelette the next day. Its her happy egg as she calls it. Thanks again and have an amazing day #1shot
Great memories you are creating!
Love this….the best part? This looks like my kitchen, cooking and 12″ away is the Lysol lemon cleaner. Thanks for checking out my blog. I”ll be following your adventures. Sincerely, diaryofastepmonster (as you can see, i’m not really a step monster, but the step kids are the real monsters) lol
Thanks for the follow. The Lysol I’m convinced is what’s kept my family alive. Easily 2 a month we go through and not because I’m a germ freak the kids are just MESSY.