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10 Kid-Friendly Wraps
Sometimes sandwiches for kids can be boring, or perhaps it’s just not your sort of thing to give to your child for lunch / a snack. When I think of a wrap, I think of one packed with meat, sauce, veggies and lots of stuff that kids will most likely not be keen on.
One of the things to remember when making a kid-friendly wrap, is to keep it simple. If the wrap itself is too bulky, it can put your child off wanting to try it. Also remember to wrap it tight – it’s hard to wrap it tight when the wrap is full of fillings. Kids may be put off a messy wrap – so keeping it simple fixes this.
When I made the below wraps, it was important to not only keep it simple, but to use the ingredients I had in my pantry – which my kids are already familiar with. No point in reinventing the wheel.
I used the amazing Farrah’s Snack Wraps for these. Farrah’s wraps have always been a hit in our house, and the wraps are great because they don’t break when you wrap the filling up. They are also a great size for kids’ hands, and fit nicely in a lunch box.
Farrah’s Snack Wraps are available in both White wraps (which are dairy free) and Cheesy wraps (which are made with real cheese).
1. Ham, Cheese & Mayo
2. Yoghurt, Banana & Strawberry
3. Hummus, Chicken & Tomato
4. Peanut Butter & Strawberries
5. Chicken, Mayo & Cheese
6. Avocado, Cheese & Tomato
7. Vegetables & Mayo
8. Cream Cheese & Berries
9. Marmite & Cheese
10. Avocado, Chicken & Cheese
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Just a reminder that Farrah’s Snack Wraps are available in both White wraps (which are dairy free) and Cheesy wraps (which are made with real cheese). Look out for the special Farrah’s Snack Wraps with the little monsters on them in a supermarket near you – they are RRP $5.50.