Monday, May 17, 2010

Kid-Friendly, Healthy - Peanut Butter Wedgies!


This recipe (and many others) were created just for the kids on how to make their own delicious and healthy food choices. You can also easily double this recipe.

Want a more colourful wedgie? Add a few dried, chopped apricots and some raisins to the banana.

Here's What You'll Need:

Get It Together: measuring spoons, table knife, sharp knife, cutting board

~Peanut butter - 2 tbsp. / 30 mL
~Flour tortilla (9 inch, 22 cm, diameter) - 1

~Medium banana, sliced - 1

Spread the peanut butter on the tortilla.

Arrange the banana slices on half of the tortilla. Fold the tortilla in half to cover the banana slices. Press down lightly. Cut into 4 wedges. Serves 1.

Bright Idea: When you just don't feel like a wedgie, forget about slicing the banana. Put the whole thing on the peanut butter and roll the tortilla up around it to form a wrap.

1 serving: 506 Calories; 21.4 g Total Fat (9.6 g Mono, 6.6 g Poly, 4.1 g Sat); 0 mg Cholesterol; 70 g Carbohydrate; 6 g Fibre; 15 g Protein; 466 mg Sodium

Reprinted with permission from - Kids' Healthy Cooking © Company's Coming Publishing Limited

4 comments:

Sandie Lee said...

Has anyone else tried these? They are so tasty :)

Sandie Lee

Frugal Diva Frenzy said...

Thank you for this great recipe! I have been looking for something different for my 6 children to snack on and these look great! :) Thank you also for the follow.

Beth Ann Bentley said...

I have been making a version of this for a while. However, I use a brown rice tortilla for my gluten free child. He thinks this is the best snack ever. Try it with apples and/or honey, also yummy!

Sandie Lee said...

Great alternative. Thanks for sharing :)

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