I have been making Hudson some creative food to eat lately and came across this idea at Peanut Butter Boy. I made this for breakfast one morning, but it would also make a great afternoon snack. Hudson loved it and all of the ingredients are things that I almost always have on hand. You could also spread the tortilla with Almond Butter or Nutella in place of the Peanut Butter.
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oh my goodness. these are too cute! and of course, they look delicious! >>>, CassieReplyDelete
So cute...look yummy too :)ReplyDelete
So cute...and looks yuumy too!ReplyDelete
I love this!! It is beautiful and delicious. I think I could take this to work!ReplyDelete
Aww, that is super cute. I love the little raisin on top too, very nice touch. :)ReplyDelete
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my 3 yr old son would tear those up!! Great idea!ReplyDelete
that looks like a great finger food! what a neat idea!ReplyDelete
Great idea! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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yum yum yum! so creative. I will definitely try it with my son soon.ReplyDelete
I am glad to be here, nice blog!ReplyDelete
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I really like the idea, can't wait to make it :)
Great idea...I desperately need new lunch ideas for my kids! Thanks for posting this at the Creative Bloggers' Party and Hop!ReplyDelete
Hmm.. Cute and yummy! :DReplyDelete
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This is just adorable and practical!ReplyDelete
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This is too cute! I'm actually just going to go ahead and make this for myself. :)ReplyDelete
U R a GENIUS...plain and simple. (now I will be making this and taking credit with my kiddo...that way she will remain fooled that I am the coolest in the world and oblivious to the fact that there are cooler moms than me..like YOU :)ReplyDelete
I can't wait to make that...oh my!ReplyDelete
What an interesting combination. Looks really good.ReplyDelete
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should i put lemon juice on the banana to keep it from browning?ReplyDelete
I have never used lemon juice on the banana, but I usually serve it right away. I suppose if it will be sitting out before serving you could try! :)
I just made this for myself and it is sooo good :) the only thing I did differently is that I put a chocolate chip on each piece instead of a raisin ;)ReplyDelete
I make something similar with thin pancakes
I tried doing this. I live in germany so its not easy to get Peanut Butter or Almond Butter - so I tried with Nutella. The problem which I had was that the pancake didn't stay on the banana. It was hard to cut it in pieces even harder to eat it later. Everything fall apart.ReplyDelete
The taste was great anyway :)
I make these all the time when I have a super ripped banana. They're so addicting!ReplyDelete
Try baking! I've heard it's amazing :)ReplyDelete