Even though its bold-flavored ingredients seem geared to a grown-up palate, most kids take to this sandwich, and introducing kids to new flavors early may prevent them from becoming picky eaters. If they turn up their noses at the spicy watercress, you can substitute lettuce or spinach. You can toast the wrap in a preheated 275 degree F (190 C) oven for 5-10 minutes or warm it in a Panini press.
|4 whole-wheat wraps||1/2 pound Brie cheese, cut lengthwise into 4 equal slices|
|4 tablespoons honey mustard, store-bought or a mixture of equal parts honey and Dijon mustard||1 Granny Smith apple, halved, cored and thinly sliced|
|1 pound roasted turkey, thinly sliced||1 bunch watercress, tough stems removed|
Slater 1 side of each wrap with 1 tbsp of the honey mustard
Place one-fourth of the turkey slices in the center of each wrap. Top each portion of turkey with 1 slice cheese. Arrange the apple slices and then the watercress on top of the cheese, dividing them evenly. Gently fold over the sides of the wrap and press over the filling, tucking the edges snugly like a burrito.
Cut each sandwich in half on the diagonal and serve.
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