The Monday after the spring-ahead time change is always rough, and a lot of us plan to make the day a little easier by indulging in a frozen pizza or entrée. After all, when you’re still dragging and missing that extra hour of sleep, what could be easier than just popping something in the microwave or toaster oven? As long as we’re not doing it all the time, no harm no foul, right? Well, if that frozen product is from the Nestle family of brands, there could actually be some harm— of the broken glass variety.

It’s so scary it sounds fake, but as USA Today reports and Nestle confirms in a statement, several brands and products are now under voluntary recall due to “the possible presence of foreign material” – specifically broken glass – in those products. Nestle believes the link may be spinach, a common ingredient among the affected foods.

So which ones do you need to avoid? These:

  • DiGiorno Thin & Crispy Spinach and Garlic Pizza
  • DiGiorno Rising Crust Spinach and Mushroom Pizza
  • DiGiorno pizzeria Thin Crust Spinach and Mushroom Pizza
  • DiGiorno pizzeria Tuscan-style Chicken Pizza
  • Lean Cuisine Spinach and Mushroom Pizza
  • Lean Cuisine Spinach Artichoke Ravioli
  • Lean Cuisine Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli
  • Lean Cuisine Spinach, Artichoke & Chicken Panini
  • Lean Cuisine Mushroom Mezzaluna Ravioli
  • Stouffer’s Vegetable Lasagna (10 oz., 37 oz. and 96 oz. sizes)
  • Stouffer’s Spinach Soufflé
  • Stouffer’s Chicken Lasagna
  • Delissio Pizzeria vintage Tuscan-Style Chicken Pizza (in Canada)
  • Delissio Thin Crispy Crust Grilled Chicken Tomato & Spinach Pizza (in Canada)

For more information on this recall – including specific UPC codes and expiration dates of the affected items – visit Nestle USA here and go here for information on Nestle Canada.