It is time. Summer has arrived (well, sort of…my posse doesn’t get out until June 23rd. Yes you read that right–June 23rd). At our house, the first few days of summer are magical–new flip flops, swimming parties, loud music throughout the house while we clean out our backpacks. But within a week, reality sets in. What do I make for lunch? I remember having this problem last summer. I can think of a few fun sandwiches*, but that only lasts for so long. What kinds of lunches do you make in the summer? I really need help here. Last summer my oldest daughter said she was “quesadillad out”–whatever that means. Don’t be shy. Share your ideas for a fun and easy summer lunch so we can all benefit.
large pita bread or wraps
sliced deli turkey
lettuce, sliced tomatoes
a bit of salt
Spread a bit of mayo and mustard over pita bread. Place sliced turkey lettuce and tomatoes over bread. Salt tomatoes just a bit. Roll wrap tightly. Slice. If the wrap starts to unroll, stick it with a toothpick–the kiddies get a kick out of toothpicks.