These veg-packed tuna pinwheels, perfect for school lunchboxes! They're made with canned tuna, canned chickpeas, cucumber, peppers, tomatoes and cream cheese, all rolled up in a tasty tortilla wrap and cut into bite size slices.
Course: Lunch and quick cook meals
Keyword: tuna pinwheels, tuna roll ups, tuna vegetable pinwheels
Put the cream cheese, tomatoes, red and yellow pepper, chickpeas, cucumber, spinach, tuna and a pinch of pepper in a mixing bowl. Stir until well combined.
Spread the mixture onto the tortillas, almost to the edges.
Roll the tortillas up.
Cut into 2cm (4/5 inch) slices (the very ends on the tortillas tend to unfurl, so you can eat them as a chef’s treat!)
Serve in a lunchbox or on a plate with plenty of extra fruit and veg to nibble on.
You should place the lunchbox in an insulated bag with a freezer block to keep your pinwheels cool until you're ready to enjoy them.Important note: Always give food at an appropriate size and shape for your baby or child. Cut small, round foods, like grapes and cherry tomatoes, into small pieces. Always keep babies supported upright while eating and supervise your baby when they're eating in case they start to choke. The NHS has some excellent advice on feeding babies. Always consult your health professional if you have any concerns.