Take A Break From Sandwiches With These 8 Kid-Friendly Wraps
When it comes to making lunch for your kids, it can be easy to run out of clever ideas fast. There are only so many foods that are portable, and no one likes to eat the same old sandwich everyday.
Luckily, you can switch up your lunches by making one small tweak: swapping out bread for wraps. Your kids will be excited by this new change, but you’ll still be able to make a filling and nutritious lunch without any inconvenience.
If you need some new lunch ideas, try one of these 8 kid-friendly wrap recipes.
1. Turkey Ranch Club Wrap
Switch up your boring turkey sandwiches and make a fun turkey wrap. Kids will loved the ranch flavor, and parents will feel happy that their kids are eating their vegetables and protein.
Recipe: Life in the Lofthouse
2. Chicken, Spinach, and Cream Cheese Tortilla Wrap
Kids will enjoy this green-colored wrap that’s filled with vitamin-filled spinach, chicken, bacon bits, and a little bit of cream cheese for extra creaminess and flavor.
Recipe: Tried and Tasty
3. One-Pan Mexican Quinoa Wraps
If your kids like burritos, they’ll enjoy this Mexican quinoa wrap. Using quinoa adds a boost of protein and fiber, and a little cheese and avocado will add some tang and flavor to your lunch.
Recipe: Marin Mama Cooks
4. Southwest Ham Wrap
Take your ham sandwich to the next level using these Southwestern flavors. Not only is this wrap loaded with vegetables, but it is also filled with cheese and ham, which makes it especially appealing for the kids.
Recipe: Budget Savvy Diva
5. Avocado Chicken Salad Wrap
Kids will love the creaminess of this wrap, and adults will love that their little ones are enjoying a healthy blend of chicken, avocado, Greek yogurt, celery, and grapes for a balanced and easy-to-prepare lunch.
Recipe: Yummy Healthy Easy
6. Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap
What kid (or adult, for that matter) doesn’t enjoy a Caesar salad? Transform the popular restaurant salad into a wrap, and let your kids enjoy the leaner, but just as tasty lunch at school or at home.
Recipe: Skinny Ms
7. Grilled Zucchini Hummus Wrap
Most kids don’t enjoy their veggies plain, but hidden in a wrap is a whole other story. Hummus provides the protein of this lunch, and the veggies are grilled to perfection, making their flavor more appetizing for kids.
8. Buffalo Chicken Wrap
Buffalo chicken is considered a treat to most, so your kids will happy to find a wrap filled with the good stuff in their lunch box. With the addition of a green spinach wrap, carrots, and cabbage, you don’t have to feel too guilty about serving this up for lunch.
Recipe: Weary Chef