PBB&G (Peanut Butter, Banana & Grape Wrap)
- March 13, 2013 |
- by Kirstin Uhrenholdt
Here’s a recipe for kids. Wraps are perfect for lunches on the go, wrap them around fruit and peanut butter and they can also be called breakfast, or roll them for dinner and they are a quick portable picnic to bring onto the patio, atop the roof, or out to a park bench.
You need (for each person):
1 large whole-wheat tortilla (or other wrap bread)
1 small banana
2 tablespoons peanut or almond butter
A squeeze of orange or lemon
To make one wrap:
Chop your grapes into pea-sized pieces. Butter the peanut butter onto the bottom half of the tortilla in the shape of a large rectangle. Press the grapes evenly into the peanut butter.
Squeeze a little citrus juice over the banana, this prevents it from turning brown. Nestle the banana into the peanut butter at the bottom of the tortilla (you might need to take a bite of the banana so it fits). Tightly roll up the wrap, folding in the left and right sides like a burrito. Wrap the roll in wax paper or tin foil. Slip it into your lunch box or knapsack.
Blueberries, raspberries or sliced strawberries are perfect replacements for grapes.
Have a big helper help you sauté the wrap on the pan for a crunchy warm peanut-buttery treat.