Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Banana Roll Ups for Kids

  
                             banana and peanut butter in a tortilla roll

Sometimes you just want to make something that is easy . 
These banana roll ups are perfect.
I love this idea because it's ideal for a quick, yet healthy snack that even kids can make. 
 It also can serve as a light lunch . 

This delicious combination of bananas and peanut butter is already outrageous.. But don't stop there, the possibilities in this tortilla are endless.

Today is reveal day for the Secret Recipe Club. Secret Recipe Club'I couldn't resist making these kid friendly banana roll ups for my October Secret Recipe Club selection from my assigned blog, " Connor's Cooking".  

Here is my version of banana roll ups from Raina's blog, Connor's Cooking
Ingredients:
2 gluten free tortillas or brown rice wraps ( I get them at Trader Joe or health store)
4 TBSP of nut butter ( I like organic peanut butter or organic almond butter)
1-2  bananas (depending on the size of your wrap and what it will hold)
4 TBSP whole fruit no sugar preserves (  any supermarket)

Directions
Spread wraps with nut butter and preserves. Place a whole or 1/2 of banana in center of each wrap. Roll up , hold it together with a toothpick and enjoy.

Variation:
Dip bananas in melted chocolate and chill in refrigerator before adding to the wrap ( now we are talking)

Step by Step Pictures
    

Buy a package of gluten free tortillas at your health food store. If you are not gluten free use regular tortillas!

      
Take tortilla from the package and warm it up in the toaster over on 200 till soft
 
             
Spread with nut butter and fruit only jelly or jam
            
                
Add 1/2 a banana to the center depending on the size of your tortilla or wrap


       
Roll up and enjoy!


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33 comments:

  1. Yummy and easy...great pick for the SRC!

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  2. These are a favorite with my daughter, great SRC choice.

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  3. Loved how quick and easy these were to make up for the kids... glad you enjoyed them!

    Raina

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  4. That looks like the perfect after school snack for my GFree kiddos.

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  5. I adore bananas, I bet these were great!

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  6. These look like a lot of fun! Yum! :)

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  7. This looks so easy and delicious!!!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  8. Love that this is such a quick and easy snack!

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  9. Great recipe!And a beautiful presentation :-)

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  10. Just wanted to let you know that I made your Dutch Apple Pie pancake as my pick for the SRC this month. I loved it. Still can't figure out how to link it though.

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  11. Yum! My family is a huge fan of crepes and these look fabulous! Great SRC choice :)

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  12. That is delicious & easy. Life couldn't get any better.

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  13. Thank you so much for adding this awesome recipe to my October Recipe Roundup. That looks so yummy. When you have GF kids, you're always looking for new ideas!

    I would love to return the favor and post one of my recipes, but I seem to be unable to. I linked back on my post, but still can't post a recipe. Do I have to be a member of the "secret recipe club"?

    I have Wordpress, you have Blogger. Maybe that makes a difference?

    -Janelle (Gluten Freely Frugal)

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  14. Such a pretty presentation, and so easy for a good enough sweet treat!

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  15. Lisa,
    I love the variations that you made to the Dutch Apple Pancake recipe. How cute to call yours puffins! I can't wait to try your version.

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  16. Janelle,
    The Secret Recipe Club is a once a month member only linky. However, you can join. It is open to everyone. Check out my post for a link for the Secret Recipe Club.

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  17. Judee, thanks for visting my blog and leaving your lovely comment. Glutun free ings are not so easy to come by over here. I wish they were! Your recipes look lovely!

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  18. These look so tasty - thanks for linking to www.thestuffofsuccess.com

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  19. Those look SO good!!! I had no idea you could get GF tortillas. French Meadow used to make a lovely rye bread with flax seeds and, I think, sunflower seeds; I haven't been able to find it for ages and ages, though. They make lovely products - I'll have to look for the tortillas now that I know they're out there!

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  20. Oh yum yum! These do look good and so quick to make.

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  21. Hi, Judee. I'm hoping my "follow" will get you closer to 200! Also, feel free to link up some recipes on my Must Try Mondays!

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  22. What a great treat for "all" ages! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  23. Thanks so much for linking up at A Little Nosh! My SRC reveal is on Monday...hope you'll stop by!

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  24. thanks so much for linking up to Tasty Tuesday! can't wait to see what you'll bring this week. http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com/

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  25. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing your fast and easy gfree recipe with the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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  26. this would be a hit at my house for sure! thx for sharing..the new link is up..see you there! Trish ~ Sweetology's Tea Party Tuesday

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  27. What a fantastic kid friendly recipe (although I am sure adults would love your yummy banana roll ups too!). Thank you for sharing this post with Let's Do Brunch.

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  28. Lookin good! I bet the kiddos love them! :) I would too!

    http://steaknpotatoeskindagurl.blogspot.com/2011/10/menu-planning-week-of-101711.html

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  29. Judee, this is certainly a good choice and I am glad you shared it with us at Let's Do Brunch. You will be featured this week.

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  30. Great tutorial! thanks for sharing.

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  31. Ooo!! That sounds super yummy! My son would love that!! Thank you so much for stopping by Effie's Recipe Box!! Yay!! Following back! :)

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  32. Yum! What a healthy and delicious snack! My son would love these. He's a huge banana fan. Thanks for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

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  33. These look yummy! Thanks for linking up to 5 Flu-Fighting Foods! Hope you'll come back next week and link up a green tea recipe!

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