18 Reviews

Fabulous Dancer^ !! I made these to take for lunch at work. This wonderful wrap was so yummy and filling. PB&J with bananas never tasted so good. I am going to try these out on the rest of my family. Thanks for such a great idea.

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PixieDust September 20, 2002

This hit the spot. I didn't have granola on hand so I used Kelloggs Smart Start Cereal instead~it was good. I will have to try and get my kids to try this~~great for the lunchbox. Thanks for another great recipe Dancer!!

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Shari2 September 02, 2002

I had to give this a 5 star because of its simplicity!! After all, who doesn't like PB and jam or PB and bananas??

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Tebo August 29, 2002

Amazing! I modified these slightly (using jam instead of pureed fruit, cruncy peanut butter, and nutella) to make the most amazing study food of all time. You're not hungry for hours after eating one of these!

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TheJourneyman August 19, 2009

Quick, Tasty, Filling! Kid-friendly and healthy too! I ended up eating one myself (with blueberries added) and this is staying in our keeper file. Thanks for the lunch!

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MommaEllen September 15, 2008

I switched this up a bit and used sugar free jam and a reduced sugar peanut butter granola bar (in place of the PB and granola). So good! Thanks for the great idea!

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crafty chef February 07, 2008

I love these with a few fresh changes. I made a lot of these and froze them individually OAMC style. I pureed peanuts with a tiny bit of peanut oil, I pureed fresh strawberries and toasted oatmeal covered with honey and almonds. 1 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 tbsp white sugar. While these changes were a lot of work (not really, added about 10 minutes and 2 pots), it was very healthy and tasted fantastic. It did cost more overall, but it also made 24 wraps total. It all works out in the end :). Thank you for the idea, so simple I can't believe I never thought of it myself.

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ColoradoCookin' December 25, 2007

I felt like this would have been tastier and healthier without the granola and the fruit spread (with packs a lot of sugar). But it is a really good idea.

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The Tiny Chef October 28, 2007

excellent for a yummy breakfast or snack that will keep you going. I used whole wheat tortillas, all-natural peanut butter, reduced-sugar apple butter. Very good- Thanks for posting!

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eknecht August 28, 2007

This is great! I didn't feel like taking FDH's leftover pizza for lunch today, so I made this up. Just one for myself. :) My granola had dried cranberries and slivered almonds so my wrap had a nice crunch and chewy bits to it. YUM. I never would have thought to add the granola, but it is wonderful. Thanks. :)

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dicentra April 19, 2007
Peanut Butter & Fruit Wraps