By Mackenzie Schieck

Sandwiches are an easy, filling lunch fix. Make them with healthy ingredients, and they're good for your peace of mind, too. So whether your little one is a picky eater or a budding foodie, we've gathered up some top-rated, kid-friendly sandwich and wrap recipes that are healthy and sure to please.

These colorful, crunchy vegetable wraps can be prepared in advance, making it easy for little hands to grab as they need them for healthy lunches or snacks.

"These are great if you have to eat on the run," says sunshine. "And it has all healthy ingredients, too." Jillian raves, "Simply awesome. A slightly sweet, warm treat for breakfast, lunch, or just about any other time of day! A few simple ingredients come together to form something so good!"

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Turkey, veggies, and cream cheese are wrapped in flour tortillas in this versatile wrap recipe. Swap out veggies for whatever your little ones like, and even try different meats.

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"I served this egg salad on honey-wheat bread with a slice of Swiss cheese and a generous handful of spring greens on each sandwich," says Sharon. "A serving of sweet potato fries and iced tea rounded out this lovely Mother's Day lunch, and it was a hit with my hubby and 3 year-old daughter!"

Jcalscorpio rates these wraps 5 stars and says, "These wraps are easy, healthy, and so yummy!" BethAnne923 suggests putting these quick wraps "in a panini maker for one to two minutes, or until the wrap has grill marks and the cheese is slightly melted."

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For a healthier take, use whole wheat bread for this triple-decker doozie. SPARKLESANGELS makes a good case for keeping quiet about the turkey bacon: "The kids loved 'em even with the turkey bacon -- actually, they didn't even notice the difference."

Cooking 101 made this recipe kid-friendly with one simple swap: "I subbed sweet cut-up pickles in place of the peppers since I had my grandbabies over. Made a great lunch."

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