Roll up super-nutritious veggies and protein inside these tasty Turkey Ranch Wraps. Kid-favorite dressing makes these wraps a lunchbox hit!
Out of the way, sandwich bread! These Turkey Ranch Wraps combine simple, healthy ingredients into a flavorful, pack-able lunch you’ll want to make again week after week.
One of our favorite things about these turkey ranch wraps is how fast and easy they are to make. Just five minutes! That, and you know your kids are getting a complete meal in a little handheld package. Add a piece of fruit on the side and you’ve included every food group. Cheers to that.
Why Kids Love This Wrap
We love surprises. Well, some surprises. Like the surprise of your kids eating what’s basically a salad inside a wrap, without complaining that they’re eating salad. And the surprise of your kids asking, “Can we have this again tomorrow?” Still not registering that they’re loading up on fresh lettuce and tomato, and loving it all the while.
What makes this turkey ranch wrap so magical that way? For certain, the ranch dressing helps. Any brand of ranch will work, so go ahead and pick the one your kids like best.
Kids also tend to love cheese, of course, and the soft Mozzarella in this recipe helps bind the ingredients together, making this wrap easy to hold and eat. (Yup, this is true even though the cheese isn’t melted.)
Aside from that, there’s just something about the combo of these flavors that tastes familiar and delicious. The contrast of the fresh veggies and the rich dressing and cheese. The thinly-sliced turkey, and the soft tortilla. Here’s a pro tip: make an extra wrap for yourself. You’ll love it, too!
What Makes This Turkey Ranch Wrap So Healthy?
The answer is simple: balance, balance, balance.
Fresh lettuce and chopped tomatoes are filled with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants (that your kids might not get in their typical lunch.) Turkey and cheese provide protein and fat. And the tortilla wrap delivers carbohydrates for energy, along with some fiber. All together, this lunch gets two thumbs up for balance.
You have options when it comes to which kind of tortilla wrap you’d like to use. We used a spinach wrap, but you can use a different kind if you like. Whole wheat works great as long as it’s pliable. (You can warm it up for 10 seconds in the microwave to make it more so.) Also, check your labels: tortilla wraps often…