girl to feed after school, as my eldest son Liam had two of his pals back for a
playdate. I try to keep afternoon snacks
more on the healthy side during the week, so we are then free over the weekend
to indulge in a few sweet treats without feeling too guilty. One of our favourite after school snacks to
make is my “Pitta Pizzas”. I’ve been making these for a number of years now and
nearly all of the kids I’ve fed them to have loved them. They are very
versatile as well, as you can add any number of toppings to them to suit your
own children’s taste or to suit what you have in the cupboard at the time.
Yesterday we just kept it very simple, as I wasn’t sure on Liam’s friends taste
preferences. If we’d had a little more time yesterday, I would have let them
choose and add their own toppings. But we were a bit pushed for time, so I
rustled a plate of them up whilst they all ran around playing “Ningas!”
How to make Pitta Pizzas
pitta bread and spread it out with a spoon.
cheese is bubbling.
and piling them up on a plate.
Other toppings we have used include:
Smiles” and glass of orange squash, I hardly had time to clean up the kitchen
before all food had disappeared from the table the kids were off playing “Ninga’s”
again this time with full tummies.
them to cool completely before adding them into their lunch boxes.