Quick and Easy Mozzarella and Meatball Wrap #SundaySupper

Sadly, this is #SundaySupper’s last week with Katie Workman of Mom 100.  I will forever be grateful to her for being the one to push me to make my own pizza crust, then grill it!
Part of Katie’s cookbook is about easy Lunchbox Wraps, so for this #SundaySupper – with Back-to-School right around the corner – I’ve got a fast, inexpensive, simple and delicious lunchbox wrap that is perfect for lunch, snack or any time!  The ingredients are easy to have on hand, and you can use pre-made ingredients or go the homemade route.  Ideally, I’d love to do this entire wrap start to finish from scratch, but we’re heading out for vacation and have been keeping our non-shelf stable consumption to a minimum this week.

Quick and Easy Mozzarella and Meatball Wraps
(makes 2 wraps)
2 Whole Wheat Tortillas
8 Italian Meatballs, Thawed
4 Tablespoons Pizza or Tomato Sauce
2 Low-fat Mozzarella Cheese Sticks
Making wraps is pretty simple business.  First, don’t toss everything down in the middle.  You’ll never get it wrapped that way.  Place your filling near one of the outer edges.  Second, don’t overfill your wrap.  If you do, you won’t be able to wrap your wrap tight enough to hold (especially if you are using whole wheat wraps – they tend to be a little stiff.)
 Start wrapping from the outer edge nearest the filling, tucking both ends in as you go.  Situate your wrap with the exposed edge down and heat it in the microwave for about 2 minutes.
You can eat it now or wrap it in foil and stick it in a thermal pouch for lunch!  My kids both loved having this as an afternoon snack (they’re huge meatball fans) and it made a perfect lunch for me.
This week’s #SundaySupper is full of quick and easy ideas for meals to bring your family around the table.  Check out all of the other great recipes below…
Easy Breakfast ideas:
Lunchbox Wraps:
Easy Weekday Suppers:
After School Snacks:
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12 Responses to Quick and Easy Mozzarella and Meatball Wrap #SundaySupper

  1. What a fun way to make wraps. I love the mozzarella stick idea for kids! I can see these easily becoming a favorite.

  2. Renee Dobbs says:

    I always make a giant mess when I try to eat a meatball sandwich. This is great for me because it would all be inside the wrap. No more meatballs rolling out!

  3. Lane says:

    I would have never though to put meatballs in a wrap. What a clever idea.

  4. I love that you just pop these in the microwave and then you have a delicious lunch!

  5. seetfei says:

    I love meat balls and I like the idea of wrapped them up! Thanks for sharing:)

  6. Hello meatball wrap! You look so good, and I must have you. I’m drooling over this wrap. So going on the menu. Happy #SundaySupper!

  7. Patti says:

    What child wouldn’t want this for lunch! Clever using the mozzarella stick! Happy #SundaySupper!

  8. Oh, fun. I don’t know why I’ve never put meatballs in a wrap before (meatballs subs are a fave around here). I will be trying this soon – and hey, nothing wrong with going quick and easy!

  9. mommasmeals says:

    I can’t wait to try this! What a fantastic idea! I like how simple it is too. Thanks for sharing!

  10. The best wrap to get a good meal on the run. Love the idea of meatballs!

  11. mamapoole says:

    I already know that my kids would LOVE this recipe. Cheese is always a winner in our house! Thank you for sharing

  12. I love this…very creative! I think this would make a really great quick dinner too…especially since I try not to use my oven unless totally necessary in this awful Texas heat!!

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