Hello Kitty tortilla pizzas

You know Hello Kitty, right? If not, you should probably leave the internet now and never come back. :P

Pretty close, yeah? I used olives for the eyes and whiskers, sesame seeds for the nose, and pepperoni for the bow. Oh right, and a mozzarella cheese base, of course.

The girls had been watching me carefully cut the tortillas and once they finally guessed what I was making, they were so excited. It’s not even that I have any Hello Kitty fans, so much as it was that they loved being able to recognize what I was creating.

They were each slightly different, too. The bows weren’t quite right, so I kept fiddling. Some were fatter, some had higher whispers, etc. Some had funky ears.

Because they’re used to having tomato sauce with pizza-esque items, we had some red Hello Kitties, too, hehe.

I thought it was really funny how they each ate theirs, too. Instead of starting at one point and eating straight through to another (or requesting I cut it into pizza sliced triangles like they usually want), they each eat around the face in one way or another:

When I’d been cutting the tortillas, a couple of them were too kitty like and not cartoon Hello Kitty enough, so I pushed them to the side. With a little altering, though, they were still usable. My little sister came through and turned them into Pretty Kitties instead:


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    July 28, 2011

    These are adorable. I want to make those now. Although I guess I might have to wait a little while. My little girl is only 8 months and my 3 older boys won’t appreciate it. hahaha!

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    July 28, 2011

    Ok, this is a wonderful and FUN idea. My daughters both love Hello Kitty. They have Hello Kitty pajamas, purses, wallets, and backpacks. Oh and coloring books too. Thank you for this idea. I will have to surprise them with it soon. :)


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