Hey everyone! How was your weekend? If you follow me on Instagram you can see what a busy lady I’ve been lately! Friday I was at The Bite of Oregon up in Portland (a fun food festival that supports the Special Olympics), Saturday the family and I took a day trip to Hood River, and yesterday we had Anika’s birthday BBQ and sleepover! Since we’ve been traveling and on the go so much summer I’ve been making these easy wraps and I thought I’d share them with you today!
I’ve always made wraps here and there when I had the time, but since we were at the fair a couple of weeks ago I began making them regularly when we are going to be gone for a long period of time and putting them in an insulated lunch bag with an ice pack to keep them cold. Obviously wraps are pretty simple and easy to make, but this is how I make them for my kids and they love it – they don’t even mind the lettuce I sneak in to them (too much!)
Here’s what I use to make them:
Easy Meat and Cheese Wraps
- 8” Whole Wheat Flour Tortillas
- Philadelphia Cream Cheese
- Lunch meat (I used 4 slices for each wrap)
- Kraft Ranch Salad Dressing
- Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese
- Romaine Lettuce
I spread the Philadelphia cream cheese on each tortilla first, then add the lettuce, lunch meat, and ranch and top it with cheese. Then roll them up, slice them in half and place in a plastic bag. We throw enough in a lunch bag with a few cold waters and Capri Suns to keep us full until we get home – or for days like the fair we took them for lunch and then bought something later for dinner. It’s just a good way to save a little extra money so you can budget more for fun or “special meals” together.
What’s one thing you always make for meals on the go?
Thanks #CollectiveBias for letting me share my #PackedWithSavings idea!