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Fun Pizza Bagel with Carrot Salad

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 10 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 1

Ingredients

1
bagel, cut in half
Cream cheese for spreading
1/2
cup of pineapple and kiwi chunks
2
very thinly grated carrots
1
pack of raisins
1
tablespoon of olive oil mayonnaise

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Don’t forget that it’s always advisable to put a lunch box’s contents in different sized containers. Children (and adults alike) will usually eat with their eyes. You can add a piece of strawberry that will also give it a touch of intense color. Build a little mountain with the salad, and place grated parmesan cheese on the top to give it the appearance of snow. Adding a small flag of your country of choice would be a fun touch.

When I arrived in this wonderful country, my American mother-in-law from Ohio made me a grated carrot salad with mayonnaise and raisins. She told me it was her favorite, and that it was also a tradition in the North. I was immediately captivated by its sweet and sour taste, and it has been a part of our family menu ever since. It’s very easy and fast to make and goes well with this pizza idea as a choice for kids lunch at school. (Place lunch with Ice packs in an insulated lunch box)

Directions

  • 1 Spread the cream cheese on each half of the bagel.
  • 2 Scatter the chunks of pineapple and kiwi over the cream cheese.
  • 3 Mix the grated carrots with the mayonnaise and the raisins.

When I arrived in this wonderful country, my American mother-in-law from Ohio made me a grated carrot salad with mayonnaise and raisins. She told me it was her favorite, and that it was also a tradition in the North. I was immediately captivated by its sweet and sour taste, and it has been a part of our family menu ever since. It’s very easy and fast to make and goes well with this pizza idea as a choice for kids lunch at school. (Place lunch with Ice packs in an insulated lunch box)

Rate and Comment

Ethel C. Palací Ethel C. Palací
September 22, 2015

When I arrived in this wonderful country, my American mother-in-law from Ohio made me a grated carrot salad with mayonnaise and raisins. She told me it was her favorite, and that it was also a tradition in the North. I was immediately captivated by its sweet and sour taste, and it has been a part of our family menu ever since. It’s very easy and fast to make and goes well with this pizza idea as a choice for kids lunch at school. (Place lunch with Ice packs in an insulated lunch box)