Kid-Friendly Recipe | Strawberry Fields Roll-Up

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Strawberry Fields Roll-Up



If you have a picky eater, you must have your child try this super kid-friendly recipe! It’s vegetarian, low in fat, low in calories, and (this will knock your socks off) … fairly healthy!

Strawberry Fields Roll-up | Kid-Friendly Recipe

Strawberry Fields Roll-up

Ingredients (per roll-up):

  • One soft tortilla (I use Azteca fajita-size, found in refrigerator section)
  • Strawberry cream cheese spread (here I use Philadelphia 1/3 less fat)
  • Field or Spring greens
  • 2-3 large strawberries, sliced thin

Strawberry Fields Roll-up
Easy peazy directions:

Spread strawberry cream cheese over one tortilla.

Strawberry Fields Roll-up
Lightly layer greens, then top with sliced strawberries. Roll up, and cut in half for easy serving.

Strawberry Fields Roll-up

It’s that simple, and sooo good (I just had to eat this one after photographing it, just to be sure)!

Strawberry Fields Roll-up

Ingredients (per roll-up):

  • One soft tortilla (I use Azteca fajita-size, found in refrigerator section)
  • Strawberry cream cheese spread (here I use Philadelphia 1/3 less fat)
  • Field or Spring greens
  • 2-3 large strawberries, sliced thin

Easy peazy directions:

Spread strawberry cream cheese over one tortilla. Lightly layer greens, then top with sliced strawberries. Roll up, and cut in half for easy serving.

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Comments

  1. says

    Love this idea. I want to make this for my work lunch. I don’t like to eat anything to heavy at work. It tends to slow me down. This looks like the perfect snack! I’m excited to make this.

    • says

      Thank you Connie! And really, with the different flavors of cream cheese available, or any other spread, the possibilities are endless for a lunch combination!

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