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These roll-up sandwiches or tortilla wraps, whatever you want to call them, are pretty amazing!
You can make these every day of the week, with different fillings, and the kids never seem to get tired of them. These turkey and cheese ones have been my children’s number one favorite so far. You know what the great part is? You can throw in all kinds of vegetables and they barely even notice it! And if they don’t like turkey, just try adding ham instead.
1 whole wheat or spinach tortilla
2 slices American cheese
2 slices turkey
1 cup chopped lettuce
1/2 cup chopped tomato (optional)
1 tablespoon ranch salad dressing
Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add the tortilla and cook on both sides until light brown and slightly puffed up. Remove the tortilla to a plate or work surface.
On top of the tortilla, layer the cheese, turkey, lettuce, and tomato. Drizzle the ranch salad dressing over the top.
Starting at one end, tightly roll the tortilla up over the filling. Slice into 1-inch pieces and serve.
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Quick tip: Make these ahead: instead of slicing, wrap the tortillas in plastic wrap and refrigerate. Then slice when ready to serve.