Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins
I made this for my 7 year old and 3 year old today. One loved it, and the other said, "Who puts chocolate and peanut butter together?" LOL My 3 year old ate it all, and she never finishes her lunches. I cut mine into little bites and tried adding raisins on top for eyeballs so I could call them "bug wraps." Of course, they didn't stick to the tortilla without the peanut butter mooshing out, and she looked at me like I was slightly off my rocker for all my effort. *sniff* I wanted my kids to have the protein in peanut butter, and the chocolate chips were meant to entice them to keep eating. This would even work for breakfast, I would think. Amounts are approximate since I went with what looked right at the time. Remember, honey is not safe for kids younger than 3 (botulism risk). I hope you like this!
- 1 tortilla, 6-inch to 8-inch
- 1 -1 1⁄2 tablespoon peanut butter (I use creamy)
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 6 -10 semi-sweet chocolate chips
- Warm the tortilla on a microwave safe plate for 7 seconds. You can skip this, but the tortilla might crack.
- Spread peanut butter in a straight line down one side of the tortilla. Do not use too much or it will be a mess to eat.
- Drizzle honey over peanut butter. Add a bit to the opposite (not coated in peanut butter) edge of the tortilla to help the wrap stick together.
- Sprinkle chocolate chips over peanut butter and honey.
- Starting on the peanut butter coated side, tightly roll the tortilla. Press down the edge to seal it closed. Leave whole or cut into bite-size pieces. Enjoy!
This was a great quick breakfast this morning! The only thing I did different was to use a sprinkle of mini-choc. chips instead of the regular ones. Thanks for the recipe!