Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins
We made these last night for a quick snack and they were great. Loved the tartness of the apple with the crunch of the granola Cereal. The amounts of all the ingredients can be adjusted for personal preference.
- 4 (7 -8 inch) flour tortillas
- 1⁄3 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup chopped granny smith apple
- 1⁄4 cup oats & honey granola cereal
- Spread peanut butter over each tortilla.
- Warm in the microwave for 10-15 seconds(optional).
- Sprinkle with chopped apple and granola.
- Roll up tortillas and cut in half.
Wow!!! What a wonderful combination of flavors. I made this for one serving and since we don't normally buy granola type cereal, I made my own using oats, cinnamon and almonds, using a online recipe, but dropped the coconut. For the apple, I used a granny smith which was a great flavor combination with the peanut butter and granola. I could also see using sliced bananas, yum!! Wish I had thought of this when my kids were older and in HS and running off with no breakfast and I could have handed them one of these roll ups!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR Tag Game.
Made for Spring PAC 2013, mostly I admit because it was such an ingredient-friendly quick-fix. BUT it surprised me how much better it was than I expected. I subbed a very crunchy, lightly sweet & cinnamon-flavored cereal called Fitness by Nestle's (a pers fave) for the granola. All the texture was a welcome given. The sweetness of the apple & cereal combined w/the cinnamon & peanut butter made for an excellent flavor combo. I made this for lunch, it was very filling & I liked it a lot. Thx for sharing the recipe w/us.
Made a whole stack of these to take as a snack to my son's soccer jamboree, making them again for this weekend's game too! When I made them, after rolling them up, I cut each in half, then wrapped them all individually in plastic wrap, to make for an easy to grab snack, worked like a charm and the boys (and parents!) were able to snack away between games without any uneaten wraps left lying around.