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eMeals Makes Back To School Easy

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Make this delicious Turkey Roll Up for Back to School meals!

The sound of the school bell ringing will soon be a normal part of your child’s day. Whether your child is 5 (like mine!) or 15, adjusting to school is never easy. The transition back to school impacts the entire family and if not handled properly can cause a lot of headaches for everyone. You can soften the transition back to school by being organized. Plan your meals using a great service like eMeals; they provide you with simple breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert meal plans to help you easily and effectively plan meals for your busy family.

A favorite for this time of year are their kid-friendly meal plans. Each meal plan comes with a ready-made shopping list to help you get through the grocery store in no time flat! Sign up for eMeals now and you can get 2 bonuses:

  1. Save 20% with code SCHOOL on any eMeals Meal Plan
  2. A FREE Back to School Survival Guide filled with fun back to school recipes including 3 Power Breakfast Recipes, 2 Lunch Box Recipes, 2 Weeknight Dinners, 2 After School Snacks, and 1 Yummy Dessert!

You can see an example of one of the recipes from the Back to School kit below to enjoy with your kids.


Turkey-Bacon Tortilla Roll-Ups:

Prep Time: 10 mins

Cook Time: 5 mins

Total: 15 mins
8 slices bacon


1 (8-oz) package store-bought guacamole (or homemade!)

4 (8-inch) flour tortillas

1/4 lb thinly sliced deli turkey

1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (or any shredded cheese)

1 cup shredded iceberg lettuce (optional)


Cook bacon in a large skillet over medium heat until crisp; drain. Spread a thin layer of mayonnaise and guacamole over each tortilla. Layer turkey, bacon and cheese on each tortilla. Add lettuce, if desired. Roll up tortillas, and cut in half. Makes 4 servings.

About Emily

Combining her knack for storytelling and passion for creativity with a strong work ethic, Emily started Nap Time is My Time in November 2010. A self-taught photographer and home cook, she also loves DIY projects and crafts, drinking Margaritas and running half marathons. Married to her Texas-born husband since 2005, they live with their young son and dog on Cape Cod.


  1. These look good Emily. Can’t believe summer is getting over, and time to head back to school is almost here!

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