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Monday, August 16, 2010

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Mission Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.

When the time for back to school comes our family is busy.  Between practices, parent-teacher conferences, parties, and sporting events our schedules are jam packed.  When it comes to meal time I have to be extremely creative and Mission Flour Tortillas makes that so easy!

While my kids love taking their lunch to school, sometimes they get bored with the same old ham sandwich.  I love Mission Flour Tortillas because they make getting creative with the kids lunches so easy and so much fun!  And the fact that they are so versatile and can be used for breakfast (as a breakfast burrito), lunch (yummy chicken ranch wrap anyone), and dinner (can you say fajitas?) makes them a much used staple at our house.  I also take comfort in knowing that Mission Flour Tortillas contain 0 grams Trans fat per serving and are cholesterol free. Mission’s flour tortillas are available in small (6"), medium (8") and large (10”) sizes in major grocery stores nationwide.  It isn’t always easy to get my kids to make healthy choices when it comes to their school lunch, but with the creative and never ending possibilities created with Mission Flour Tortillas getting them to make smart choices is easy!  I love Mission Flour Tortillas for many reasons; they are very budget friendly, they contain 0 grams Trans fat per serving and are cholesterol free, they are versatile and come in small (6"), medium (8") and large (10”) sizes in major grocery stores nationwide. 

Need a quick, easy, and creative lunch alternative?  Well why not let Mission – Back To School help!  Check our missionmenus.com for quick, easy back to school menus using Mission Flour Tortillas! 

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2 comments :

  1. We use Mission tortillas, too. We put a single colbyjack cheese-stick in the small tortilla and heat it in the microwave for about 15 seconds and you now have a cheese roll-up :)

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