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10 Easy Ideas for Better Bag Lunches

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Pinwheel Wraps


Wraps have become a popular sandwich vehicle, but they can get boring, too. Make them fun again by making pinwheel finger sandwiches together. Lay a tortilla wrap out flat and have your child spoon or layer on any ingredients, such as tuna salad or hummus with thin slivers of cucumber, or deli ham and American cheese. Make the layer of ingredients very thin and spread it out evenly on the wrap. Take one edge of the wrap and roll it up tightly, and then cut it into 1-inch slices to reveal the tasty spiral inside.

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