Turkey Lunch Kabob
Because food on a stick tastes better!
Cut cheese and meats into cubes.
Cut pepper into chunks.
Thread onto skewers alternating cheese, meat, veggies.
This makes a great sandwich replacement and makes veggies like peppers and tomatoes more fun for little fingers to try.
Ham n Cheese Wrap
Spread a thin layer of mayo on tortilla.
Layer lettuce, tomato, ham and cheese on top of that.
Top with crushed potato chips.
Roll, fold, or tuck into any shape you like your tortilla for easy handling.
Another great sandwich substitute for the lunch time blues.
In a casserole dish blend together milk and condensed soup.
Stir in tuna, noodles and cheeses, stir to coat well with the soup mix.
Pepper to your liking and top with crushed cracker crumbs for a crunchy top.
Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes.
*TIP: You can replace tuna with a can of cooked chicken or shredded left over chicken breasts.
In a medium mixing bowl combine all ingredients.
With slightly wet hands roll into balls.
You will get between 1 and 2 dozen balls depending on how big you make them.
These are fun and yummy for kid's lunches. There's just something about food that's round!
Can be wrapped in plastic wrap and refrigerated for up to 3 days.