Ham and Cheese Apple Wraps

These ham and cheese apple wraps make a simple and delicious snack or school lunch. 

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Apples, cheese and ham…oh my! Who would have thought that these three simple ingredients combined would be so delicious?!

The apples provide a tart and juicy sweetness, the ham brings a salty component, and the cheese balances the two.

Not only are these wraps delicious, they are also low-carbohydrate (diabetic friendly). They are also full of nutrients, making them the ultimate side in your kids’ lunchbox.

Carbohydrate Breakdown:
1 apple slice (from a small apple, cut into 12 slices)= 2
1 oz. of deli ham= 0
1 oz. of cheddar cheese=0
Carbohydrate total per wrap= 2 carbohydrates

4.5 from 4 reviews
Ham & Cheese Apple Wraps
Cuisine: Lunch
  • Apple slices
  • Deli ham (thinly sliced)
  • Cheddar cheese, thickly sliced and cut into triangles
  1. Arrange a piece of cheddar cheese on one apple wedge.
  2. Wrap ham around the middle of the apple and cheese.
To keep the apples from browning, brush the slices with lemon juice after coring and slicing.



  1. says

    These are great! I gave these to my daughter yesterday and she thought they were the best surprise ever. Because they were so easy and fun, I added them to a list of awesome no sandwich lunches! Thanks for sharing, and I can’t wait to try more recipes!

  2. Nicola says

    These would work for those days when it’s all “I’m hungry, but I don’t feel like eating” . Not to mention getting your 5+ a day.

  3. Monica says

    These little ham wrapped apple/cheese slices are just what I was looking for…we provide snacks after church and have gluten-free families that will love these. I was running out of ideas for low cost, easy fixing finger foods. Thanks. Love your ideas!

  4. June says

    What a GREAT idea!! Thank you for saving me this morning, lol! I just could not put together a lunch this morning, so I came to your site, knowing you’d give me inspiration and VOILA! There it was! I used goat cheese because I have a son with a dairy allergy and a daughter with a wheat intolerance, so lunches sometimes confound me! Anyways, thanks for helping me out this morning!!

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