Special thanks to the sponsor of this recipe, www.After-School-Math-Help.com, providers of online interactive learning and math tutoring.
You folks trying to manage a low carb lifestyle with little ones about have my total respect. I’ve been there, man.
In my early twenties, I had THREE littles under the age of five! What’s more, my husband and I both worked full time.
I’ll never forget dragging home after work, running on nothing but steam to collapse onto the couch. After a quick breather, my husband and I would scan one another’s faces, trying to decide who was the least exhausted. Whomever had the most energy was elected to find something–anything–to feed the kids. So yeah, I know how hard it can be.
If you’ve got littles about, maybe this drop-dead simple, kid-friendly recipe idea can help make a tired weeknight easier.
But if the kids are big enough to need help with math homework, I’m not your gal! You’d be far better off reaching out to today’s sponsor.
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Pro tip: You can always make the chaffles ahead of time, and either toss them in the fridge for a few days or just freeze them to make this quick recipe even quicker. I won’t mind if you don’t thank me for this idea, though. You’re probably too tired!
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Spread out your chaffles in a casserole dish or on a cookie sheet and scrunch them together.
- Add about a tablespoon and a half or so sauce on top of each chaffle.
- Add your favorite pizza toppings. This is a great opportunity to include the munchkins in the process.
- Cover it all in cheese! Because, cheese.
- Cook about 20 minutes, until the cheese is golden brown. You know, like perfect pizza cheese!
- It's easiest to use a single chaffle's worth as a serving here. Cutting these would be messy!
What would you put on your Lazy Chaffle Pizza Casserole?
Thanks again to the (kid-friendly) sponsor of this kid-friendly recipe, www.After-School-Math-Help.com.
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