Recipe by LIZCRAY
"For a quick snack, I buy the small tortilla shells in the refrigerated section in the store. I then spread peanut butter and or bananas/raisins on, fold and serve. In the morning, I have added a little honey on top."
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1 (6 inch)
My kids LOVE this. Instead of raisins, I use crunchy peanut butter and a dried berry blend. EDITED REVIEW: I make this all the time for Bento lunches. I prepare the recipe with banana, any kind of peanut butter and whatever kind of jelly/honey I have on hand, wrap it and slice it. The kids love it and their friends think that their mother makes the best lunches.
yum! i made this a little different..i had these mini bananas so i cut it up into little rounds, put some pb on a 5 inch tortilla and put the banana on half of it folded it in half and grilled it on a george foreman grill until there were grill marks..this made the pb melty and it was warm and sooo good!!! not as quick as yours though but i think it tastes soo much better grilled!!
Wow - my niece loved this! Try substituting jelly for the honey or substitute miniature chocolate chips or mini marshmallows for the raisins. I cut it in half diagonally and seved it with an ice cold glass of milk!
This is soooo good! I think 15 seconds in the microwave as stated by other reviewers is the key, because I put it in for 30-35 by mistake and my banana started melting. I will not do the 'open end' roll up from now on, as the honey turns to complete liquid after microwaving, so I will wrap this like a burrito from now on, and prevent the drippies of the goodness! I tried packaging it in the evening but the honey melts out and gets the tortilla gross, not sure what to do about that. Even making it in the morning and saran wrapping it, it's mushy by the time I get in to work. Could also be because I cut the banana in half. Either way, I loved this recipe and I'm dying to try other things people suggested like Nutella and cinnamon. Added a sprinkle of wheat germ which adds a nice texture and is a great way to hide something healthy for kids.
Oh Liz, these were so yummy! I used a whole wheat wrap and left out the raisins since I'm not crazy about them. I sprinkled mine with a little cinnamon and zapped it in the microwave for about 15 seconds. I'll definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing.
I've got the grandkids today so I made them this as a late morning snack. I used whole bananas, spread the honey on along w/ the peanut butter & they nixed the idea of raisins, so I used some mini-chocolate chips instead. I also copied Josie & microwaved for 15 seconds....yumosoblamo! (don't ask me...it's just what my eldest grandson said after taking a bite LOL) I had to steal a bite from them so I could leave an accurate review & it was so tasty that I made one up for myself. They were really messy (thanks for the heads up!) but we ate them out on the patio & had baby wipes ready til I could get them into the kitchen sink to wash up . Will make again many, many times...thanks!
These were very good. Here's what I did. Spread tortilla with peanut butter, sprinkled with ground flaxseed (omega-3's) then cut in half with a pizza cutter. Some reviews said they were messier eating whole. I used half banana and put 6 pieces on one side then drizzled with organic agave (lower glycemic than honey) and folded over. YUM!!
Such a simple idea, but so delicious! I put a little Nutella on mine as well, then I wrap it and put it in the toaster oven for a few minutes so everything gets warm and melty. This a great, filling breakfast that gets me through to lunch.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Banana Tortilla Snacks
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 174
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