Kids will be thrilled to find these delicious midday meals in their lunch box. You can even make them part of the prep process for a meal that is truly kid-tested and -approved.
This sandwich possesses energy beyond that of ordinary lunch favorites thanks to salami, prosciutto, provolone, and an array of fresh tomatoes and roasted red peppers.
When kids make their own tortilla chips, they get to pick the flavor and shape (and you can monitor the ingredients). Brush whole tortillas with melted butter blended with cheese, lemon, and herbs, or cinnamon sugar, then cut with a knife or cookie cutters. Once they're baked, package in snack-size bags.
It would be easy to believe that taco salads were invented by kids. They're just as yummy as traditional tacos, but instead of being tucked into tortillas, everything is tossed in a crunchy "bowl" that you can eat. Plus, making them is half the fun -- you need little more than the ability to shred and shake.
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