What can I put in a wrap for my child's lunch?

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Kids sometimes find wraps to be more fun than plain old sandwiches, making wraps a great school lunch alternative. You can put almost anything in a wrap, but it helps to start with something moist like hummus, mustard, tapenade, pesto or low-fat cream cheese to spread on it. Then you can add thin slices of turkey or low-fat cheese or just about anything: chopped olives, nuts, veggies, fruits, egg salad or tuna salad. The list is endless.

A favorite for teenagers is the chicken Caesar wrap: a little canned or leftover chicken, chopped romaine lettuce, sprinkling of grated Parmesan, and a drizzle of low-fat Caesar dressing.

Tip: For young children, cut wraps into bite-sized pinwheels.

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