Kid-Friendly Lunch: Pesto Tuna Thin Crust Pizza

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Some people would think making a pizza in the morning before school to go in a school lunch is too much work. I am not one of those people. For one I am a pizza lover. I think I will always be an eight-year-old at heart and love pizza more than any other food. I’ve grown up and love a wider variety of toppings but just as when I was a third grader to me pizza will always be tops. This makes me especially popular Madeline because of course she loves pizza too. If you are envisioning me making dough from scratch in the wee hours of the morning you are overestimating my morning motivation. Homemade whole wheat pizza dough is a Friday night ritual in our house but making pizza for lunch is usually an easier more time, labor, and energy friendly prospect than the 100% homemade route.

 Pesto Tuna Pizza


Flatbread is one way to turn pizza into an easy thing to pack for lunch. When Flatout Flatbread contacted me and asked if I’d please hang out in my kitchen and play around with Flatout breads and Starkist tuna and make a delicious Bullseye meal creation to share with you the school lunch packing fun was totally obvious to me. Tuna is a great protein and Flatout flatbreads are a lovely alternative to sliced breads and pitas. We all know if your packing – and more importantly it you are eating – a packed lunch everyday it’s important to keep things fresh, and different and not fall into a big old rut. Using something like flatbread and turning it into a pesto tuna pizza is a very fast way to make lunch.

What’s in the {Laptop} Lunch Box:

~Flatout Thin Crust Pizza topped with pesto, Sunkist tuna, kalamata olives, diced tomatoes and shredded mozzarella
~Red seedless grapes
~Salad made with baby spinach and colorful carrots with Annie’s Homegrown Italian Dressing on the side


I have good news! Between now and October 14, 2013 when you buy Flatout Flatbread at Super Target you’ll get a free pouch of Starkist tuna. A good deal and a great way to stock up on great lunch foods for you or the kids.

I have even more good news! Flatout Flatbreads is graciously giving one Evolving Motherhood reader a $50.00 gift card to Target. This is almost too much awesomeness for one post.

To enter:  leave a comment sharing what toppings you would put on a Flatout Thin Crust Pizza.

One extra entry: pin this post to one of your fabulous Pinterest Boards and share the link to the pin in the comments.

One extra entry: Followers of Evolving Motherhood on Pinterest get an extra entry. Just comment with your Pinterest user name.

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That’s a total of four possible entries to win a $50.00 Target gift card.


I’m positive finding this pizza in her lunch box will thrill Madeline. She’s an olive lover. And a tuna lover. And a pizza lover. She has great taste. On second thought, maybe I’ll just keep this delicious lunch for myself.
Pesto Tuna Flatout Thin Crust Pizza for Lunch!

Giveaway ends October 11, 2013 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will be notified via email and will have 5 days to respond before an alternate winner is selected.

Disclosure: This post features sponsored content and compensation was given for it’s creation. All opinions are my own. 

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91 Responses to Kid-Friendly Lunch: Pesto Tuna Thin Crust Pizza

  1. Katie says:

    I would make a dessert pizza… perhaps a s’more one… chocolate chips, mini marshmallows, crumbled graham crackers!

  2. Katie says:

    I follow Evolving Motherhood on Pinterest – fashfrugality

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    I am a fan of Evolving Motherhood on Facebook – ktkatherine

  4. Gillian Bliss says:

    I love fish so I am going to go with some smoked mackerel with fresh tomato.

  5. Gillian Bliss says:

    I follow you on Pinterest- Blissmum

  6. Gillian Bliss says:

    I am a Fan of Evolving Motherhood on Facebook.

  7. Sandra says:

    I would add mushrooms, sausage, tomatoes, greenpepper and onions as toppings.

  8. Jennifer H says:

    olives mushrooms and chicken!! mmmm i love flatbread pizza!

  9. Jennifer H says:

    like on fb – Jenn-Paul Henderson

  10. Jennifer H says:

    follow on pinterest!

  11. Vanessa says:

    I’d put tomatoes, fresh garlic, and basil. Yummmm!

  12. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would put bruschetta and feta cheese

  13. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    following you on pinterest as

  14. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I like you on facebook as Amanda Sakovitz

  15. noelle cagle says:

    Fresh pineapple and olives.

  16. noelle cagle says:

    I am a FB fan. =)

  17. Kristen says:

    I’d put tomatoes, mushrooms, artichoke hearts and some delicious cheese.

  18. Laura S says:

    I am going to make one with white cheddar, broccoli and mushrooms! Mmmmm

  19. Marie says:

    Spinach, artichoke hearts, and sun dried tomatoes.

  20. Claudia says:

    I would put mushrooms,tomatoes,olives,green peppers ,and mozzarella cheese.

  21. Claudia says:

    I follow evolvingmommy on pinterest

  22. Kyle says:

    I would put zucchini for me, ham and pineapple for the kids, and sausage and banana peppers for the hubs. I’m a FB and Pinterest follower of Evolving Motherhood- such great stuff!

  23. Kyle says:

    Friend/follower of Evolving Motherhood- Kyle Anne Nelson on FB and Kyle Nelson on Pinterest :)

  24. Heidi says:

    Chicken and bacon. It’s my new favorite pizza topping every time! I’d probably add jalapenos too. Cause they go good o everything! I love Target, btw. I think I shop there nearly every day.

  25. Christen says:

    MMMMM…I would put ricotta and tomatoes, along with some spinach on my Flat Out Thin Crust pizza!

  26. OMG that pizza sounds good. I might also add artichoke hearts! Mmmm guess what we’re having for lunch/dinner.

  27. Michelle says:

    Target, yes please!

    My favorite pizza is caprese: olive oil, mozzarella, provolone, basil, and tomatoes.

  28. Michelle says:

    Pinterest follower: dishes_laundry

  29. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would put bacon and cheese on it.

  30. Thomas Murphy says:

    I follow Evolving Motherhood on Pinterest as rounder9834

  31. Thomas Murphy says:

    I like Evolving Motherhood on Facebook as Thomas Murphy

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