Banana Roll-Ups

Banana Roll-Ups: your new go-to snack that's as fun to make as it is to eat! This super-simple recipe, using just a few ingredients, will be a hit with both children and adults. Who knew that flatbread, bananas, and a bit of peanut butter and jelly could create such a tasty, filling, and convenient treat?

These roll-ups are not just quick and easy to make, but they also require no special cooking or baking skills, making them an ideal cooking activity for kids. Plus, they're less messy than your traditional peanut butter and banana sandwiches, perfect for a quick clean-up.

Pair these delightful roll-ups with some fresh blueberries, creamy yogurt, and a cheese stick for a balanced, nutritious meal. Whether you need a quick breakfast, a school lunch, or a healthy snack option, these Banana Roll-Ups have you covered!

Banana Roll Ups

I don't know why we didn't do this before, it was so easy to make! I have made peanut butter and banana sandwiches for the kids, in the past, but that includes slicing bananas and getting my hands all sticky. This is much easier to make, and the kids can even make it themselves!

All you need is some flatbread or a tortilla, a banana, peanut butter, and jelly. Smear the PB&J in a thin layer all over the tortilla, place a banana on and roll it up! You can let your kids eat it as is, or cut it into smaller pieces. I decided to just cut it in half and serve it with some blueberries, yogurt, and a cheese stick. Super fast and easy meal for the kiddos that is also healthy for them.

About Bananas

Serving size = 1 medium sufficiently ripe banana
Total Fat = 0 g; Cholesterol = 0 g; Calories = 110
Potassium = 400 mg (10% of daily recommended value)
Dietary Fiber = 4 g (16% of daily recommended value)
Sugar = 14.8 g; Protein = 1 g (2% of daily recommended value)
Vitamin C = 16% of daily recommended value
Vitamin B6 = 20% of daily recommended value

Bananas are good for your heart, nerves, kidneys, bones, blood. Bananas can act as mood enhancers or mild sedatives, because a medium banana contains about 10.6 mg of tryptophan.

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