Apple Jack Breakfast Wraps

"I make these when we go camping. Very hearty and filling."
Apple Jack Breakfast Wraps created by  Pamela
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  • In a bowl, mix together the first 5 ingredients; toss to coat apples evenly.
  • In a large non-stick skillet, melt butter over medium heat.
  • Add the apple mixture; cook 8 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until the apples are tender when pierced with a fork.
  • Add in the milk and stir to mix.
  • Gradually stir in the oatmeal.
  • Lower the heat and cook 5 to 7 minutes or until all the liquid has been absorbed by the oatmeal.
  • Remove skillet from the heat and add vanilla.
  • Evenly spread the apple butter on the two tortillas, leaving a 1-inch border aroung the edge.
  • Spoon the apple-oatmeal mixture onto the tortillas and roll-up/wrap.

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  1. Lucky in Bayview
    This was fun new recipe to try for a quick breakfast. It was a little too sweet for our tastes but a nice way to mix things up. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
  2. MichMom
    We loved this recipe! I found it a bit sweet with the apple butter on the tortilla, so I left if off, but still delicious!! A wonderful change of pace for oatmeal. I used skim milk rather than the whole, and cooked it ahead of time, and simply reheated while we were camping for breakfast. So easy and so yummy!!
  3. concretegirl
    My 19 year old son picked this recipe in his search for a healthy on-the-go breakfast. He really likes them. I did substitute a sweeter jonagold so I can slightly cut back on the honey. I also upped the apples to about 3 cups without a problem and subbed low fat milk for whole. I did put a really thin smear of almond butter on the tortilla before wrapping. I'm planning to double the batch next time and trying some with a brush of butter and baked till crispy. These are excellent reheated too. Thank you for adding another keeper to our recipe file :)
  4. Tys Kitchen
    The oatmeal lovers enjoyed these while the oatmeal haters were less than impressed. The filling was very good but seemed a little strange to me to be in a wrap. My wraps were very full so maybe less filling would have helped. Thanks for a healthy recipe. I will make the filling again.
  5. Lightly Toasted
    These were really good, and even satisfied the picky teen. Saylaveev mentioned them in the camping thread, so I cooked up the filling at home, and packed up the remaining ingredients. I gave the campers 2 options: preparing their wrap with apple butter (really really good) or 100% Natural Peanut Butter. The PB eaters got a higher-protien/lower carb wrap that was *VERY* filling.



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