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This Strawberry Snack Wrap is a great snack, lunchbox pack or an easy entertaining serve. It’s kid-approved and scrumptious. It’s a great way to use fresh strawberries during strawberry season.
Strawberry Snack Wrap Recipe
Strawberry season is a very good season! It’s a sweet and delicious time of year. This strawberry snack wrap recipe is so easy to make, but is delicious regardless of the time it takes. After all, “easy is always my favorite ingredient”.
These snack wraps obviously are perfect for a mid-morning or afternoon bite, but can also be used as part of a breakfast on the run or a lunchbox pack.
Strawberry Snack Wraps are a great picnic pack for the summer and are pretty enough and tasty enough to pull out when entertaining! I even have plans to use these sweet bites these for a brunch shower tray.
It’s actually amazing how even the simplest of recipes can be so versatile and used in so many different ways.
Here’s a copy of the Strawberry Snack Wrap in a printable version for your convenience;
- 1 wrap or flatbread
- ¼ cup whipped cream cheese
- 2 - 3 tablespoons honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Fresh Strawberries
Stir the cream cheese, honey & vanilla together. Spread the mixture onto the wrap or flatbread.
Wash the strawberries & remove the greens. You can hull them or simply cut them off.
Pat the damp strawberries dry with a clean paper towel. Discard the paper towel. NOTE: You don't want the water to add extra moisture to the mix, it could make your wrap soggy.
Slice the strawberries into thin slices.
Evenly lay the strawberry slices on top of the cream cheese mixture.
Carefully roll the wrap or flatbread. slice and serve.
On the Run? Make this recipe the night before, wrap it in plastic wrap & then simply remove it, slice it & serve!
Lessons for Kids: There’s always lessons to teach children and skills to practice, even if it’s the simplest recipe. Here are a few things to focus on when making this recipe;
- Measuring ingredients
- Fruit prep
- Following directions
Slicing and Young Children: If you have a young child, plastic knives work when learning how to slice strawberries. Cutting soft fruit with plastic knives promotes confidence and safety when learning how to cut.
Fun Strawberry Facts for the Kiddos:
- Strawberries are the only fruits that where their seeds on the outside!
- Despite its name, the strawberry isn’t a true berry in the botanical reference of berries. True story! I still group them into my berry recipes (shhh). Here’s a great reference to learn more: click here.
- Strawberries are high in Vitamin C? Learn more about their health benefits; click here.
Want more Strawberry Yum Fun?
Check out my strawberry ladybug bites. They’re a great snack that allows kids to craft with their food, which allows you to combine snack time and craft time into one crazy good tasting time.