With a toddler who is becoming more picky as the days go by, I have been experimenting with new snacks and ideas. This Peanut Butter & Banana “Sushi” has been a big hit with my daughter and I love it because its easy and quick to make – and healthy too!
1. Spread out a thin layer of peanut butter onto a tortilla and place a whole banana right in the middle.
2. Roll the banana up into the tortilla as tight as you can get it.
3. Cut into individual “sushi” sized roll pieces
What an adorable idea! I bet my preschooler would love this. We do peanut butter and jelly a lot, but this is a good way to mix things up. Thanks for sharing!
Not just a toddler snack. I’d love this!
Bridget McGahen says
These may be for toddlers, but, heck, I would eat this! I love PB, bananas, and tortillas. Sounds like a yummy snack!
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Ashley H says
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What an awesome idea! I am going to share this with my sister so she can try it with her son.
Brandy @ MommySplurge says
my kids are little weirdos, they will not eat these, but *i* love them! So yummy!
Life with Kaishon says
That is a cute idea! I love it! : )
Ashley @ A Southern Gypsy says
I don’t have kids, but I’d eat this! Yum. Stopping by from SITS! 🙂
This is so adorable! And it actually looks pretty darn delicious! I might just have to make this for myself as a snack haha
What a cute snack idea! I actually would eat that myself.
becky (the cookie rookie) says
these are so cute! can’t wait to try for my niece!
April Mims says
What a great idea! My kids are older but I’m sure they would still love this!
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Thanks for the idea! I am pretty sure my picky two year old will actually eat this. I’ll be trying it this week for sure!
I think I would enjoy this as a snack – not just for toddlers!! This would be a great one to snack on at work – yummy and healthy!
Pinning this as a reminder 🙂
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Yum! My older kids would love this too.