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Cold Pizza Lunchable

Pizza Lunchable Dairy Free


As part of Money Saving Mom’s Freezer Lunchbox Series,

we enthusiastically tackled a dairy-free version of freezer pizza lunchables.

My boys had never had a Lunchable before,

and I had to wonder…would they really like cold pizza?

How in the world do kids eat these things cold, anyways?

Then I decided…why not.

Let’s see if these Lunchables are all they’re cracked up to be!

Turns out,

my kids not only loved assembling their own pizza lunchable,

but they also loved eating cold pizza. 

Plus, they keep asking to make more!

Cold pizza and easy, fun lunch for the win!

So here’s how we make our dairy-free version of pizza Lunchables.



1 small can tomato sauce
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried minced garlic


individual container of pizza sauce
Tofutti soy cheese square
dairy-free pita
Applegate pepperoni 

Combine the pizza sauce ingredients together, and store individual servings in small containers.

Next, add all the pizza ingredients and sauce container into quart-size freezer bags for each lunchable.

Remove as much air from the bags as possible.

Put the lunchable bags into the refrigerator for up to a week. 

Pull out a lunchable bag for your kids as needed.


Hope your kiddos enjoy dairy-free lunchable pizzas as much as mine do!

See Money Saving Mom’s pizza lunchable post here


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Friday 28th of September 2012

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.

Jamie Kaufmann

Wednesday 26th of September 2012

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


Tuesday 25th of September 2012

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.

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