We all have those days where you’re running short on time and you need something quick to fill hungry bellies. Or those moments when your family decides that you’re a short order cook, and wants different meals.
Well these Tortilla Pizza Rollups are a whole family pleasing meal.! They’re fun, simple, and can be packed full of whatever your family is craving. I find they’re a super easy way to add veggies to your kid’s food without it being fussy for you or them.
We can’t forget the obvious as well, they are essentially tacos dressed like a pizza, rolled up, and baked until crispy, who’s going to say no? No one, which is why these are almost the perfect food!
Tortilla Pizza Rollups
In our house, pizza is always on the menu. We strive for once a week, but there have been times that pizza was featured more than twice! That’s why I try to get as creative with my pizza making as possible. Between changing out the crusts, mixing up the toppings, and playing with new flavors of cheese to use, the possibilities are always endless. One of my absolute favorite ways to make a quick and healthy pizza for my family is by using tortillas. What’s so great about them is there are so many varieties, like gluten-free, sprouted grain, or even grain free. Plus, you can choose from small, medium, or large just like at a pizza parlor!
Related: Broccoli Cheese Breakfast Quesadilla
Another reason I love pizza is because the toppings are endless. You can use cheese, dairy or not, as many veggies as you can find at the store, and the different sauces that can be used in place of marinara are amazing, like using ranch or even hummus! Which is why rolling up your tortilla pizza makes it even better, they are fabulous for dipping into soups or even quick snacks. Try a grilled cheese and tomato next time you have a bowl of Broccoli Soup, or maybe instead you could make a hot and gooey right out of the oven PB and Jelly for a fast snack to hold the family over until the next meal! Add in a banana and nuts/seeds to create an easy lunch box replacement for the standard sandwich.
Do you remember how I said they were great for getting veggies into your little one’s bellies? Well, it’s absolutely true! Not only can you add veggies as a topping, but they can also be placed into the sauce. One of my favorite ways to sneak in some extra veggies for my daughter is by blending our marinara with whatever veggies I have on hand, this time it was spinach and mushrooms. Once the veggies are blended thoroughly, even the pickiest of children will never know what’s inside! Add in their favorite pizza toppings, the cute factor of eating rolled up food, and you are sure to have a winner on everyone’s plate.
Psst, try this snacky veggie ideas too! Easy Hummus Cucumber Bites
Lastly, the best part of these cuties, are that they can be made in bulk, frozen, and then used throughout the week or month. Next time you have hangry kids at your feet, pop a few into the oven, wait 10mins, and then sit back while you enjoy a moment of silence. Or the next time you have a sleepover or party going on, they make the perfect appetizer to pass around! You’ll always have a snack or meal at your fingertips, and no one has to go unhappy or hungry.
Tortilla Pizza Rollups
- 4 medium sized Tortillas Any kind you have on hand will work
- .25 cup Marinara Sauce or sauce/spread of choice
- 2 cups Cheese dairy/dairyfree/or cheese free
Toppings (your choice, or add your favorite toppings!)
- .5 cup mushrooms
- .5 cup baby kale
- .5 cup black olives
- .5 cup sweet peppers
- Preheat oven to 375
- Cover pan with parchment paper
- Make rollups by first spreading on your sauce. Sprinkle on your cheese, and then add your toppings.
- Sprinkle on extra cheese to hold everything together.
- Tightly roll your tortilla. Almost sushi like!
- Slice your roll into 1in pieces and place flat onto parchment lined baking pan.
- Bake for 15-25 or crispy all around. Remove from oven and enjoy!
* To Freeze- Let cool completely, then place baking pan into your freezer. Remove when frozen solid and then transfer to a plastic ziplock. Will last up to 3 months in the freezer.
* Fridge- Cool completely, then place into airtight container in the fridge for about 5days.
- Prep Time 5-20 mins
- Cook Time 15-20 mins
Brittany of @icook_they eat is a Mom and foodie who lives in the Pacific Northwest with her beautiful family. She strives for a happy, healthy, & colorful life ❤ Family + Food + Fun. Check out more of her amazing ideas on her Instagram @icook_theyeat