Banana Roll-Ups Recipe

Banana Roll Ups
It’s almost time to head back to school and we’ve partnered with Eating Bird Food to bring you a super filling and easy lunch recipe!

Serves: 1
Prep time: 10 minutes

These banana and nut butter roll-ups make for a fun and filling lunch. Pair the roll-ups with cheese cubes, fresh veggies and fruit for a healthy and colorful plate. You can chop the roll-up into bite-size pieces and top with hemp seeds for a little extra protein or simply skip the hemp seeds if you don’t have any on hand.

1 whole grain tortilla or wrap (larger ones are best)
1-2 Tablespoons nut or seed butter
1 banana, peeled
hemp seeds, optional
side items: cheese cubes, chopped veggies and sliced fruit

Spread a thin layer of the nut or seed butter over the whole grain tortilla/wrap. Place banana at the bottom third of the tortilla and start rolling it up. Once completely rolled, slice the roll-up into bite-size pieces. Sprinkle hemp seeds on top, if using. Pair with cheese cubes, chopped veggies and sliced fruit for a full meal.

Banana Roll Ups

Enjoy this recipe? Check out our Apple Cinnamon Energy Bites for a perfect back to school snack.

About Brittany Mullins:

About Brittany Mullins

Brittany is a holistic nutritionist and the founder of Eating Bird Food, a wellness platform where she shares recipes, workouts, wellness articles, travel adventures and more.Her philosophy is rooted in living a balanced life through healthy habits over dieting. Rather than promoting a specific diet, she strives to show a balanced approach to health with real-food, plant-focused meals that are not only nutritious, but also delicious and satisfying. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. And her work has been featured in Buzzfeed, Self Magazine, Shape, Huffington Post, Good Housekeeping, Healthline and more.

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