Monday, August 16, 2010

Make Your Back-to-School Routine a Little Easier and Tastier with Mission Flour Tortillas!

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

With six people in our family, it’s hard to please everyone when it comes to meals. However, one thing we can all agree on is a meal made with Mission Flour Tortillas. Why? They’re so versatile! We put out all kinds of ingredients, and everyone can customize their tortillas to suit their appetites. I love seasoned hamburger, cheese and sour cream. My husband loves lots of veggies and peppers on his tortillas. My pickiest kid is happy with just hamburger. And my other kids use a variety of ingredients.

Now that it’s time to go back to school, have you ever thought about incorporating Mission Flour Tortillas into your kids’ school lunches? You don’t have to stick to the typical Mexican ingredients when you use a flour tortilla. You can a flour tortilla just as you would use bread! Roll a tortilla around a hot dog just like a bun! Put fruit inside for a tasty and nutritious treat. Cheese, pepperoni and sauce make a great pizza tortilla! Use cookie cutters to create different shapes with tortillas. Have the kids help you do this and they’re making their own lunch! This is also a great time to teach them about making healthy choices when it comes to mealtime. Mission Flour Tortillas contain 0 grams of trans fat per serving and are cholesterol-free.

Mission Flour Tortillas come in three different sizes -- small (6”), medium (8”) and large (10”) -- and are widely available in major grocery stores nationwide. They’re very reasonably priced and are a great item to keep on hand as a staple in your pantry. Run out of bread or buns? Get out the Mission Flour Tortillas!

Now’s the time to start jazzing up those school lunches before you get into a rut. Check out for some fun and tasty Mission – Back To School recipes!

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