Little man really enjoys being involved in the kitchen and I truly believe that children are more likely to try different dishes if they are part of the making process.
From a very young age, little man would stand on a stall and help us by measuring and mixing ingredients. As he is getting older, he is becoming more involved in cooking.
Our weekends are very hectic, little man leaves home early to go to Greek school, comes home for a quick lunch then he goes to drama school. Once he is home, he usually asks us to make pizza wrap, which has become one of our weekend family traditions.
We love pizza and it is even better when you know exactly what goes in it, you can customise your toppings and personalise your pizza according to your taste.
Little man’s favourite pizza is Hawaiian with a generous amount of pineapple, which gives the dish a lovely sweet taste. We have recently been introduced to Hellmann’s tomato ketchup, sweetened only with honey and filled with even more tomatoes, with no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
I was pleasantly surprised to find out that each 100g of ketchup is made with 201g of tomatoes, which really gives it a delicious tomato flavour. It contains a staggering 36% more tomatoes and 30% less sugar than the market leader standard tomato ketchup.
We tried Hellmann’s tomato ketchup in our weekend pizza wrap and we loved the tasty tomato base, followed by a generous helping of pineapple chunks, ham, mozzarella, cheddar cheese and a sprinkle of oregano. It was definitely a success with little man and it has now become part of our weekend tradition.
- 1 wrap
- 1 tablespoon of Hellmann's tomato ketchup
- 15g cheddar cheese
- 30g mozzarella
- 2 slices of ham
- 1 slice of tinned pineapple, chopped
- oregano, to taste
- handful fresh rocket
- 1. Pre-heat the oven to 200C (180C fan)
- 2. Put the wrap on a baking tray
- 3. Top with the tomato ketchup and spread it around
- 4. Place the pineapple chunks and slices of ham
- 5. Sprinkle with cheddar cheese and mozzarella
- 6. Sprinkle with oregano
- 7. Bake until the cheese bubbles - around 5 to 7 minutes
- Serve with a handful of fresh rocket
What do you usually eat ketchup with?
This post has been written in collaboration with Hellmann’s, however the opinions expressed in this post are honest and my own.