An Apple and Peanut Butter Wrap is the perfect peanut butter and jelly lunchbox swap. It’s easy to make, but includes fresh fruit with no added sugar. It’s a healthier alternative and it makes a delicious snack.
Apple and Peanut Butter Wrap Recipe
This recipe is not just for the kids! I LOVE this Apple and Peanut Butter Wrap combo; it’s one of my fall favorites.
I created it years ago to swap out the jelly in my kid’s lunchbox, but I discovered along the way that it’s one of my lunchtime fallback packs. Or, a snack…or an emergency dinner on the run (just saying)….I may or may not have eaten this for my own dinner on the run. Versatility is key!
You can fold this wrap like a burrito for the lunchbox. Once it’s folded, simply wrap it in a layer of parchment paper or waxed paper and then wrap it in foil.
- ¼ cup peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon honey
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- 10 thin apple slices (approximately ½ an apple)
- 1 FlatOut® Honey Wheat or Healthy Grain Flatbread
Stir the peanut butter, honey & cinnamon together.
Spread the peanut butter mixture onto the flatbread, add the apples and roll it or fold it like a burrito.
Did you need this peanut free? I’ve got you covered! Swap the peanut butter for WOWButter®; it’s a peanut and tree nut free peanut butter alternative. You can find it in the allergy friendly aisle at your Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarket.
Have Extra Apple Slices? Place them in a snap and seal style sandwich sized bag, add a sprinkle of cinnamon, seal the bag & shake until the apples are coated. Save it for a snack later. In fact, cinnamon apples last in the fridge for several days so you can pack them in the lunchbox the next day.
The Wrap? Use your favorite. I happen to love the FlatOut honey wheat wraps when I’m making this yummy mix.
Hiking Love! The fall is our favorite hiking season because we are definite leaf peepers that live in the northeast. These wraps don’t have to be kept cold while you are hiking so they are a perfect backpack carry, just make sure you wrap them and keep them in a snap and seal style bag.
Looking for more creative lunchbox packing ideas? Try my crustless sandwich pockets. I have a fruit filled pocket and a veggie filled pocket to try!