Peanut Butter Banana Pinwheels (Learn & Link WITH Linky)

 

My kids love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches but they have become bored of them so I decided to change it up a bit. Now they have a new favorite!  It is so easy to make that my kids like making them too! 

 

 peanut butter banana pinwheels

 

Peanut Butter Banana Pinwheels
Serves 1
Peanut Butter Banana Pinwheel
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Prep Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. Banana
  2. Peanut Butter or Almond Butter
  3. Ground Flax Seeds
  4. Tortilla Wrap
Instructions
  1. Evenly spread peanut butter on the tortilla wrap, drizzle the ground flax seeds over the peanut butter than add a full size (unpeeled) banana over the spread and then firmly roll the tortilla wrap over the banana then cut them into pieces.
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This recipe is packed with proteins with the peanut butter and flax seeds combined.  What creative ways do you make lunch for your kids? 

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Comments

  1. Yum! Sounds delicious! I love peanut butter banana sandwiches….This sounds like a fun twist!

  2. Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says:

    thank you for hosting!

  3. What a great, healthy snack idea. My boys love peanut butter AND bananas, so I bet they would go for these.

  4. I bet my grandsons would love these!

  5. There’s nothing quite like peanut butter and banana – YUM!!

  6. Amy Desrosiers says:

    This is a great quick, and healthy lunch idea! I need to get some gluten free wraps to try them out.

  7. Love Bananas and PB. I will have to make this. Looks really yummy!

  8. What a great snack. Healthy and easy for kids to do on their own. YUM!

  9. OOoh yum, I would eat them up for sure! Love banana and PB!!

  10. My son wants one of those Uncrustable sandwiches EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. in his lunch! He is such a picky eater! :(
    I am HOPING that these will be another lunch option for him! Thank you!

  11. My son would love to take these to school for lunch. Yum!

  12. These look tasty and easy! I know we would love these!

  13. Fun! My 3 year old just loves peanut butter and bananas. This is so up his alley!

  14. That looks like a great way to get your sweet treat fix and it’s really healthy. We always keep bananas in the house.

  15. What a yummy recipe. I love that you added the flax seeds. I would make them with low carb wraps for my daughter and myself.

  16. I’ve never tried flax seeds, but keep hearing great things about them. Hey, if kids are eating them, I should be able to get them down… right?

  17. What a great idea! My husband loves to toast his bread and have a PB & bananna sandwich. I think he will also enjoy this. Thanls for the link -up. I homeschool my kids and I was so scared I would never teach my son to read – but we did it! I shared how we did it.

  18. That’s a great way to change up an old favorite to something the kids think is fun. I love adding the flax seed to boost nutrition.

  19. Those look so yummy! Banana and peanut butter are soooo good together!

  20. Peanut butter and bananas are a great combination! This is so much more interesting than peanut butter and jelly!

  21. Looks and sounds yummy! My kids would love to make these themselves!

  22. hmm, peanut butter and banana! I love it. Those are awesome pinwheels. I could definitely indulge in some of those.

  23. Keikilani says:

    What a great idea! I nice change up from the normal pb&j.

  24. These are cute. What a fun twist on a favorite!

  25. This looks like an awesome twist on a classic! I will have to try these out.

  26. I will definitely make these for my son (and myself). We just had PB&J for lunch today. =D

  27. Wait. You don’t peel the banana?

  28. Ok, I’m gonna make these for my boys! How fun, and I might make myself one as well!

  29. I would eat all of these, with the banana and peanut butter. There would be a fight between me and the kids who would get the last one.

  30. I’m seriously going to buy the stuff to make this with my kids tomorrow. We are obsessed with bananas and peanut butter!

  31. That looks yummy. I would even eat it.

  32. Yum! One of my favorite sandwiches, but I never thought to do it pinwheel style!

  33. I Must Try I Grew Up With Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwiches So This Must Be Delicious!!

  34. Oh my goodness, I love anything with peanut butter… Plus bananas makes it even better. YUM

  35. What a fun, quick breakfast or snack for kids or adults on the go! I bet my godson would like this.

  36. Why are foods just so fun when rolled up?? ESP peanut butter!!!

  37. I just said the title out loud and i got a collective yum! I am sure they are gonna make these this weekend!

  38. Perfect for a healthy and fun snack! YUM! Pinning!

  39. Holy cow! What a great idea! My kids would LOVE these! I am adding fluff to mine!

  40. This recipe looks delicious. I’d like to try it with almond butter.

  41. My mother would absolutely devour these!

  42. Yum! They look so good. I bet my daughter would love them. Thanks for the recipe.

  43. We have a filipino dessert that’s a little like this but without the peanut butter. This is different and looks great!

  44. Mmmm, this is such a kid-friendly recipe, my kids love to make these!

  45. This is such a great recipe. It takes our old favorite and kicks it up a notch.

  46. I make these for my son a lot…usually with a drizzle of honey. He loves them!

    We’ve also been making cream cheese veggie wraps. I linked them up above! Hope that’s ok. Thanks!

  47. These look great, especially the fact that the kids can make them too. My boys are old enough to do this, we’ll have to try it out!

  48. Nutritious, delicious, and fun. That’s win-win-win. :)

  49. That sounds really good. I think we will try this.

  50. How he helped you make this. This is a good snack for after school.

  51. My daughters loves this for breakfast or in her school lunch, such a quick yet healthy idea for the kids; thanks for sharing, that reminded me I need to buy shells for next week…

  52. My little boy will love these! PB and jam gets a bit old after a while doesn’t it?!

  53. I am a big fan or banana and also peanut butter. They are healthy and good snack especially for this. Your recipe looks easy and pretty sure that kids will love it.

  54. Easy to make. Fun to eat. Good for you. Big win.

  55. I tried pinning the recipe but the share button’s automatic picture isn’t working.

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