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This is one of my oldest boy's favorite treats. It's not only good for breakfast but as a quick lunch or snack and it's an excellent way to use up ripe bananas when your child is all "ew--bruised banana". If it's covered with peanut butter and rolled in a tortilla you can't see the bruises.;) NOTE: This also works with Nutella or almond butter.
Peanut Butter and bananas are a great combination in my book but sandwich them between some tortillas and well....you have yourself a really nice little treat! I love the "crunch" from the granola. These are great for breakfast or just about anytime of day when you're looking for a snack. Next time I might heat it up a bit in the microwave to get the peanut butter a little "melty". I also might add in some chocolate chips or sub a little jelly or jam for the honey. Overall very tasty yet simple recipe and a great way to for a peanut butter addict like me to get her "fix"! Thanks Mohawkmae!
I used chocolate chips instead of the coconut. When making the tortillas I flipped them and placed chocolate chips on. By the time I had pulled it off of the pan the chips had begun to melt so I sprinkled the peanut butter mixture on placed the banana on that and rolled it up. Great treat! These might be really good with coconut and chocolate chips--that will have to be another day!
The honey added to the peanut butter is good - though it makes it a bit sweeter than I like. I think the banana is sweet enough. I generally use plain peanut butter and then toss any number of things on top - nuts granola coconut mini chocolate chips craisins - depending upon what's on hand. I use the whole banana and a plain flour wrap. This is a great on-the-go breakfast or lunch. It's healthy very filling and it sticks with you for hours. (And I'm not even a kid!)
Oh my! This takes a peanut butter and banana sandwich to a whole new level! I used a low carb/high fiber tortilla instead of whole wheat and I made my own granola using Stovetop Granola from this site. Best lunch I've had in quite a while.