It’s been an emotional time of being excited, but at the same time, nerve-racking too. We’ve entered a new chapter, new beginnings, a new adventure for our daughter who heads off to uni, but it’ll be different at home without her there daily… The dynamics will change, but maybe change is a good thing? The biggest worry for me as a parent is what will they eat? Will they remember to eat? drink? sleep? So today the post is about a Student WrapHacks Challenge. I’ve been inspired by the wrap hacks challenge set by Mission Deli Wraps. We’ve just put the student spin on it!
We’ve chosen a couple of quick ideas for lunch or a snack, that are fun and super quick and easy. Why? Well, the wrap ideas are perfect for students to rustle up quickly for lunch, dinner or a snack; and secondly I love a #WrapHack challenge. If you follow this blog, you’ll remember we won a couple of times in the #lunchlessordinary challenge, set by Mission Deli Wraps a couple of years back, and wow! did that get competitive or what? LittleStuff, Wendy House and Cheryl Pasquier were some of the competitors, to name a few…
So some quick lunch ideas, using wraps, mixing the sweet and the savoury.
Student Wraphacks Challenge
First up, we have the herby wrap.
#Wraphack 1: Herby Wrap
Simply drizzle olive oil over the wrap, sprinkle salt, freshly ground black pepper, a sprinkling of oregano. Pop under a medium grill to crisp up. Be sure to keep an eye on it, or it will burn quite quickly. Cut with a pizza cutter three times, and serve either on its own, with a bowl of soup or a dip or two. Guacamole, tomato salsa or hummus would be great dips here.
Now to some quick and easy sweet treat wrap hacks…
#Wraphack 2: Cream cheese and fresh strawberries wrap
Cream cheese spread generously over the wrap, topped with fresh strawberries cut into love hearts. (You can never have enough love hearts in your life!)
#Wraphack 3: Nutella or chocolate spread with sliced banana
A favourite in our family, is a generous spread of nutella or the Biscoff (kind of like gingerbread biscuits in a spread – they sell it in Tescos) topped with sliced banana. All rolled up in a wrap then sliced into pin wheels…
If you want to see some more fun and whacky ideas, then check out all the original ideas in the #lunchlessordinary posts.
This post has been inspired by a competition run by Mission Deli Wraps and closes Friday 30 September. To see the full details hop over to their Facebook page. All opinions and thoughts are my own. Mission Deli Wraps contributed to the ingredients.
Now over to you! What fun ways would you come up with in the WrapHacks Challenge? If you’ve got some ideas you’re bursting to share with us, be sure to use #wraphacks and tag us in the posts @lunchboxworld.
See you soon! Thanks for reading!
The Lunchbox Lady x