Simple burritos are one of my favorite things to make for school lunch. I like that they are easy to make and easy to eat.
Burritos may just be the perfect meal - you can put anything you want in them, you can eat them with one hand, and you can eat them basically anywhere. I like packing them for lunch, and I think they are especially great for field trips. I make them on the weekends a lot for our ski lunches in the winter - you pack a really hearty meal in a handy package.
Two of these have just refried beans and cheese. I lay out the tortilla - the biggest ones I can find - spread out some cold refried beans and shredded cheese, and warm it in the microwave just enough to melt the cheese. Then I roll it up. I always let them fully cool before putting them in the lunch box, that way the tortilla does not get soggy.
One of these - the one with the toothpick - also has chicken. I put the toothpick in as soon as I made it, so I knew which one it was.
I added a little extra protein on the side - two have turkey and two have cheese. Everyone has some fruit, and three have cheese crackers.
One of these lunches is not like the others though. I think this was a case of having just enough of the little muffins left for one lunch. So one child got muffins and yogurt instead of the burrito. Everybody wins!