A BBQ Roast Beef Wrap with Sweet Pepper Slaw is a great way to take the Power Your Lunch Box Pledge with Produce for Kids. This is a sponsored Post in partnership with Produce for Kids.
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Wraps are the most favorite lunch around our house and of course we all love BBQ beef! I simply added a little barbecue sauce and some thin sliced roast to a tortilla and made a quick wrap.
Barbecue just isn't barbecue without coleslaw, so I made a Quick Sweet Pepper Slaw with Marie's Original Coleslaw Dressing, a package of shredded cabbage and Pero Family Farms Mini Sweet Peppers. It is my new favorite slaw! Slaw is a great way to add in a few extra veggies and it's one of my family's favorite side dishes.
For this lunch, I also included green grapes, and Crispy Green Crispy Pineapples. The freeze dried pineapples added the perfect crunch along with the bbq wrap and slaw. I also included a little extra bbq sauce for dipping. It all fits so nicely in this Bentology lunch box!
I have to say all of my guys were wanting to pack this lunch with them to work or school, it's a good fit for kids and adults alike. I'd like for you to Take The Power Your Lunchbox Pledge now! For each pledge $1 will be donated by the participating partners, including GROW Bananas, to Feeding America® food banks.
For BBQ Roast Beef Wraps:
- 4 flour tortillas
- ¼ cup barbecue sauce
- 1 pound thin sliced roast beef
For Sweet Pepper Slaw:
- 10 oz shredded cabbage
- ½ cup diced mini sweet peppers
- 12 oz Marie's cole slaw dressing
- Mix shredded cabbage, sweet peppers and slaw dressing together until well coated. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Produce for Kids. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Miss in the Kitchen.