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Ham & Spinach Wraps

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Ham & Spinach Wraps in Lunchbox with fruit cup, alomonds, and peppers

Lunchtime is a great time to get in those veggies! Wraps make it easy to add spinach, matchstick carrots, sliced tomatoes and more to your child’s diet (and yours) and they are easy to assemble in the morning. These Ham & Spinach Wraps come together quickly for an easy lunch box idea. Pair these wraps with fruits, veggies, and other snacks for a complete and filling meal!

Nutrition Tip: Besides giving these wraps crunch, spinach contains carotenoids that help guard the eyes against damage from blue light (the kind from TVs and smartphones). This powerhouse green also has iron, calcium, and a bit of protein.

Making lunches can be exhausting especially when you are trying to keep them fresh, interesting, and healthy for the kids. We have been trying different ideas and we try to have the kids help make their lunches, too! These Ham & Spinach Wraps are super easy to make so perfect on mornings when you are running behind. We added a fruit cup, some sweet peppers, and some almonds to the meal to make it a complete meal to help power the kids throughout the day. Of course if you have other favorite sides to add, go for it!

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Ham & Spinach Wraps in Lunchbox with fruit cup

Key Ingredients for these Ham & Spinach Wraps

Flour Tortilla– depending on the size and which grain the tortilla is made from, tortillas can be a great choice of a carb and are easy to roll and are tasty!

Ham– As a lunch time favorite in many households, deli ham is a great source of protein. Since deli meat is generally a staple to have on hand for quick and easy lunches, it makes a great roll up option!

Spinach– these leafy greens are a power food that give great texture in these wraps plus are loaded with benefits! Spinach is high in many Vitamins and is a great source of calcium, iron, and folic acid!

spinach in bowl

How to make these Easy Ham & Spinach Wraps for the lunch box

Step 1: First start by laying the tortilla out on a flat clean surface. Then spread the tortilla with mustard or spread of choice.

Step 2: Next add the deli ham and fresh spinach. Roll the tortilla up tightly and cut it in half.

Step 3: Then assemble the lunchbox with the wrap, peppers, fruit cup and almonds! (or other lunchtime favorites!)

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What else can I add to this lunchbox idea?

We added ready to go fruit cups, almonds, and sweet peppers to ours. Of course you can pack whatever fresh fruit you have at the house, baby carrots, celery sticks, applesauce, or yogurt. That is what is great about having the kids help make their lunch box so they can help customize their meal for the day and be excited to eat them at lunch!

Ham & Spinach Wraps

Ham & Spinach Wraps

Wraps make it easy to add spinach, matchstick carrots, sliced tomatoes and more to your child’s diet and they’re easy to assemble in the morning for a quick lunchbox.

Yield: 1 serving
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 large flour tortilla
  • 1 teaspoon yellow mustard
  • 1 ounce low-sodium deli ham
  • 1/4 cup spinach
  • 3 mini sweet peppers, sliced
  • 1 fruit cup
  • 2 tablespoons almonds


  1. Lay tortilla on flat surface. Spread with mustard. Top with ham and spinach. Roll up tightly and cut in half.
  2. Assemble lunchbox with wrap, peppers, fruit cup and almonds.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 348Total Fat: 12gCholesterol: 13mgSodium: 464mgCarbohydrates: 49gFiber: 7gSugar: 12gProtein: 14g

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Jodi Danen, RD

About the Author

Jodi Danen

Jodi Danen is a registered dietitian and mother of two elementary-aged budding chefs. She is the voice of Create Kids Club, a food and nutrition blog for parents who desire healthy family meals but are short on time. Her recipes are simple to prepare, have a short ingredient list, and focus on fresh foods. With her background in school nutrition, she is passionate about getting children in the kitchen cooking at young ages & believes this is key to forming healthy habits for life.

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