Kids’ meal mayhem

Lunchables: Extra Cheesy Pizza

May 10, 2018


Sydney Wilfong

Endless lunch combinations! In 1985, Lunchables were designed by Bob Drane, Tom Bailey and Jeff James. Lunchables were created as a way for Oscar Mayer to sell more bologna and other lunch meat.

In this blog, I will review and discuss kids’ meals. I will review and discuss what is in the kids’ meal, the quality and quantity of the food and how kids’ meal have changed since I was a child.

For this blog, I’m doing something a little bit different than I normally do. Usually, I review fast food restaurant kids’ meals; however, I have been to every single local fast food restaurant and there’s no more left! So, this week, I will be reviewing store bought kids’ meals!

If you know any fast food restaurants that I haven’t gone to, please comment!

Lunchables: Extra Cheesy Pizza

In this kids’ meal you can make your pizza the way you want it. It comes with two types of Kraft cheese, pizza sauce and three pizza crusts. I remember when I was little, I used to beg my parents to get this for me every time we went to the grocery store. I loved this Lunchable back then, and I still do today. Now, it’s nothing I would call exquisite but something about these pizzas are just deliciously satisfying! As you can see by the images below, I enjoy a lot of cheese on my pizzas. Cold or microwaved, these pizzas are truly addicting with a great flavor and texture that always makes me wish I bought more.

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My pizza!
The final result of this kids’ meal Lunchable!
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Just one of the three pizzas made with this kids’ meal.

Capri Sun Pacific Cooler and Airhead
The Pacific Cooler flavor was great–it’s a mixed fruit combination (oranges, pineapples, apples, grapes, pears) that is always ranked high by Capri Sun lovers online. The Airhead was a blue raspberry and cherry, which is always delightfully sweet. Between the Capri Sun and the Airhead candy, the Lunchable gives a sugary balance that most kids’ meals don’t offer.

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Capri Sun.
Included in this Lunchable was a Capri Sun Pacific Cooler.
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Included in this Lunchable was a blue raspberry and cherry airhead.

Packaging and toy
This kids’ meal came in an ordinary Lunchable’s box; however, what I want to talk about is the inside of this Lunchable compared to the previous kids’ meal I reviewed which was Kid Cuisine. When I opened the Kid Cuisine kids’ meal it looked–in kind words–repulsive. The food was stuck to the plastic wrap, the pudding was in both the corn and macaroni cheese–in short, it was a complete mess. Yet when I opened this kids’ meal, no food was stuck to the plastic wrap, the two types of cheeses were not mixed together–everything was where it was supposed to be. Which is why personally, I love Lunchables because the food included is all very organized and, well, not messy. You don’t want to give a child a meal that’s going to cause mayhem (haha, kids’ meal mayhem), because you or the parent is going to be the one to clean it. That’s why this kids’ meal is perfect for children!

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Outside the Lunchable.
This kids’ meal comes in a regular Lunchable’s box with big red and white lettering.
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Inside the Lunchable.
As seen in the picture above, this kids’ meal came with two types kraft cheese, pizza sauce and three pizza crusts to make your own pizzas.

Final verdict
Overall, I would 100% recommend this kids’ meal to my little cousins and anyone who needs to feed their little brothers or sisters. The food is truly appetizing and enjoyable–a great kids’ meal.



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