Normally, the preparation of food doesn’t excite me too much. As soon as I see it, I am salivating and I’m ready to go. The idea of too much assembly is really an inconvenience to me over anything else, but it’s probably too lazy to complain about the inconvenience of convenience food. Leave it to me to find a way.
When I can’t have Lunchables Tacos, the runner up is Lunchables Pizza with Pepperoni, described on the packaging as: Pepperoni made with pork, chicken and beef--BHA, BHT and citric acid added to help protect flavor, Pasteurized prepared mozzarella cheese product, pizza sauce and pizza crust. I’ll admit, the description leaves something to be desired, but do kids care about this? At 27, do I care about this? No and probably not.
Let’s be blunt – I liked this. I’ve always liked this. The only three things I don’t like about this is the shame of eating this as an adult rather than as a child, some thought of “this is so processed, I shouldn’t be eating this” and that even after nearly two decades of eating this, I still can’t gauge the right distribution during construction to have equal cheese and pepperoni left to assemble that last pizza. While I can’t imagine too many readers running out and buying this, remember these Lunchables still do exist for the time being in case you’d like to reminisce about back in the “good old days” when lunch came wrapped in tons of plastic and when you could bring in peanut butter sandwiches without more than half of your class dying from a peanut allergy.