Easy Recipes Kids Can Make: Ham and Cheese Sushi Rolls

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Easy Recipes Kids Can Make

By the end of the school year my daughter is tired of sandwiches, so we get creative. She created these Ham and Cheese Sushi Rolls and all the  kids wanted to swap lunches.  So skip the boring sandwiches and let your kids get creative in the kitchen and put the fun back in lunch.

Easy Recipes Kids Can Make: Ham and Cheese Sushi Rolls

Easy Recipes Kids Can Make: Ham and Cheese Sushi Rolls


  • 1 Package Flour Tortilla Shells
  • 1 lb Sliced Ham
  • 1 lb Sliced Provolone
  • Mustard
  • Mayo


  1. Lay Flour Tortilla Shell on Plate
  2. Layer Cheese and Ham on Tortilla.
  3. Start at 1 side and roll tortilla until it is all rolled up.
  4. Take a knife and cut off ends.
  5. Slice the remaining roll into small pieces.
  6. Serve with Mustard and/or Mayo

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  1. meme says

    What a great recipe. I was looking for a great snack recipe that was easy for my 7 year old to make for a cooking badge she is working on and this is great. thanks

  2. Sylvia Zajis says

    These are easy and yummy, my kids love them still and they are teenagers now. Can’t loose with this one.

  3. Laura Jacobson says

    Oh these look really good and so easy for the kids to make! I would love them too with corn tortillas! YUM

  4. says

    I make several different versions of these and I never thought about letting the kids do it for me while I’m making other party things.
    thank you for the posting. I love these for finger foods.

  5. Sandy Cain says

    This is really nice – it’s creative, healthy, and does not involve squirting whipped cream out of a can. THANK YOU!!!

  6. Lisa Konieczke says

    I think I should print this one up and tell my 8 yr old Daughter that I want her to make this for lunch. She loves to help in the Kitchen and would love to do something all on her own. I dont think I need to worry about her getting hurt with this recipe. I bet it will be good too.

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