Nut Butter and Banana Rollups

Nut Butter and Banana Rollups

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Prep time: 5 minutes

Recipe makes: 2 servings

Ingredients:
Instructions:
  1. Place wrap onto a flat surface. Spread peanut butter evenly over the entire wrap.
  2. Lay banana onto the lower third portion of the wrap and gently roll it up in the wrap until it is completely covered. Press gently to allow the nut butter to seal the wrap closed
  3. Cut into six equal circles about 1-1½ inches thick.

Tip: To pack this recipe for lunch, wrap each serving tightly in plastic wrap and cut it up right before you eat. Share the other serving with a friend!

Reviewed by: Meredith Parkinson, RD





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