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Kid-Made Lunch: Turkey Sushi Wrap

We are on a roll with our kid made lunches. Totally lame joke. I’ll make up for it with this lunch that your kid is going to love making and eating. We couldn’t get enough and ran out of tortillas; even the 8-month-old baby devoured a wrap! You might be thinking, what’s so original about a wrap? Well, my kid can make it and this one isn’t smothered in unhealthy cream cheese. Why is it that wraps are always filled with cream cheese? It’s not good for you or your kids, so try a healthier alternative with lots of flavor that will have your kid (and you) begging for more…trust me. Plus, cutting it like sushi makes it more fun to eat!

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  • Slicing Cucumber 2 of 11
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  • Hummus Spread 3 of 11
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    My kids like hummus and it's healthy, but feel free to use cream cheese or mustard and mayo.

  • Adding Turkey 4 of 11
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  • Slice of Cucumber and String Cheese 5 of 11
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  • Rolling 6 of 11
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  • Toothpick Poke 7 of 11
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  • Slice Into Rolls 8 of 11
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  • Kid Made Lunch! 10 of 11
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  • Ready For Lunch Time! 11 of 11
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Turkey Sushi Wrap (inspired by Cooking With My Kid)

1 whole wheat tortilla (I like the hand pressed ones from Trader Joe’s because they are thick and so good)

1 tablespoon hummus (or spread of your kids choice)

2 slices hormone free turkey

sliced cucumber

string cheese

Spread hummus onto tortilla, cover with sliced turkey, place the cucumber and string cheese on one side and roll it up. Poke toothpicks every inch and a half or how every large your kid wants the sushi to be. Slice the wrap between each toothpick and place into a lunch container. My kid wanted a fruit burst squeezer on the side.

Read more from Macki on The Family Kitchen and Babies First Year!

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