I have recently jumped completely onto the Pinterest bandwagon and have found oh-so-many wonderful things. (Including a HUGE time drain of what little free time I do have these days.) Anyway, these banana wraps are a huge hit with my boys!
Just three simple ingredients, most of which are staples in our house: whole wheat wraps, peanut butter*, and a banana. (*We use Sunbutter as one of my boys has skin-tested positive for a tree nut allergy, so we are currently a nut free house.)
Just spread, roll, slice and serve! Shown here with another favorite, Apple Straws.
Testing out his whistle noises blowing through an Apple Straw.
Squishy bananas + sticky peanut butter = sensory magic for little fingers.
1 Whole Wheat Wrap
1-2 Tbs Peanut Butter (or Soy Butter or Sunbutter)
Spread peanut butter thinly over entire wrap. Place peeled banana toward one side and roll. Use a sharp, serrated knife to cut into slices. Enjoy!
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Toddler Rating: 2 Clean Plates!!
Mess Factor: Low
Serving Suggestion: Complete the meal with cheese slices and crackers such as Apple Straws. (We also love Veggie Straws!)
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Source: Weelicious via Pinterest