So school has been back "in session" for almost a month now (at least here)... and while I don't have a kiddo in school per se... I just went back to work (for the first time since Clara's been born.. yikes!), and so Clara is now attending a Learning Center. She's loves it! With our lives being a little more chaotic now, we've had to get creative with dinners sometimes.
The other night I made Grands Mini Pizzas... idea taken from the Pillsbury website! You can totally top them with whatever you want, and completely make them your own. These are fast and easy to get on the table in less than 30 minutes... not to mention fun! Clara loved helping me put cheese on her pizza. :) It's a great way to get your kids involved with you in the kitchen!
All you have to do is preheat your oven to 375 F, flatten our your biscuits to about 6" around, top them with your choice of toppings, and put them in the oven for 10-15 minutes. I put my homemade pizza sauce (recipe coming soon!) on top of ours... Clara's pizza just had cheese.. mine and my husbands pizza had cheese, pepperoni, yellow bell pepper, and some hamburger (we had 1 leftover burger in the fridge from when we grilled out the other day - great way to use those leftovers;). Also, if you have an extras.. they freeze wonderfully!
Also, Pillsbury has a free recipe booklet you can download... check it out here. What recipe looks the best to you? I think the taco melts might be next on my list! :) I encourage you to get creative with your kids in the kitchen! Just because it's been a long, crazy day.. doesn't mean you can't have fun and get a good meal on the table quick.
Oh, and my husband was also a fan! ;)
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