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Easy & Delicious Banana Nut Butter Wraps Recipe


A jar of peanut butter and bananas on a cutting board.

Ripe banana and nut butter are a yummy snack for everyone. It’s quick and cheap to make with easy-to-find ingredients. Here are some recipes that use these foods. Little prep is needed and they are full of vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. For the best taste and nutrition, use whole food ingredients like extra virgin olive oil or unprocessed peanut butter made from freshly toasted, unsalted nuts.

Nut Butter and Ripe Banana Wraps Tasty and Quick Snack Recipes for Kids and Adult
Ripe Banana and Nut Butter Wraps Tasty and Quick Snack Recipes for Kids and Adult

Banana and Nut Butter Wraps

Need a snack? Ripe Banana and Nut Butter wraps are perfect! Just a few ingredients for a tasty treat that’s healthy. Kids and adults alike will like it. Here’s what you do:

  1. Get your nut butter and banana.
  2. Wrap them up.
  3. Enjoy your yummy snack.


Ripe banana and nut butter, with a wrap of your choice. Opt for a healthier option- whole-grain wraps!

For making these yummy nut butter and banana wraps, you need:

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 2 tablespoons of nut butter (any type)
  • 1 whole-grain wrap (or gluten-free, if you prefer)

Once you have all the ingredients, it’s time to start! Spread the nut butter over the wrap. Slice the banana into thin slices and place them on top. Fold up the sides and roll it up. Make sure the ends are enclosed. Cut in half and dig in!


A Banana and Nut Butter Wrap: a simple and delectable snack.

Gather your ingredients – wrap, nut butter, sliced fruit (bananas are great) plus honey or other sweetener if you want. Find a flat surface like a plate or worktop.

  1. Spread the wrap with 1-2 tbsp of nut butter.
  2. Drizzle sweetener if desired, then add your sliced fruit (not more than 10 slices per wrap).
  3. Roll it up and enjoy!

Get creative with different flavours – jams and chutney can give an extra zing. Keep track of the sweets so no-one has too much sugar in one go. Suitable for adults and kids!

Serving Suggestions

Wraps are a yummy snack when your fam’s looking for something fast. These nut butter and banana wraps are easy to make and take less than 5 minutes. Plus, they’re healthy!

Try different combos with nuts and wraps. Serve warm with honey. Dress it up with fresh fruit, raw walnuts/almonds, dried cranberries/raisins. Try different nut butters like almond/cashew butter for an extra kick. Sprinkle cayenne/chili flakes for some spice. Enjoy!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Wraps

Peanut butter and jelly wraps? Yum! A quick, easy snack that’s loved by adults and kids. Making it a wrap is a fun and tasty way to liven up lunchtime. Let’s get creative with our PB&J wraps!


Tantalizing Peanut Butter and Jelly wraps! A snack that’s quick and tasty. And nutritious, too! Simple ingredients:

  • Four whole wheat flour tortillas
  • One cup of peanut butter
  • One banana sliced thin
  • 1/4 cup of jelly
  • 1/4 cup of honey and cinnamon or honey (optional)

Yum! The nutty, creamy flavor of peanut butter with the sweetness of ripe banana make this a delicious treat. Honey, jelly and cinnamon add even more flavor. Enjoy!


Want a fast, nutritious snack? Make a peanut butter and jelly wrap! Grab some nut butter (we’re using hazelnut), banana slices, and your favorite jelly.

  1. Slice the banana into thin pieces and spread them on the wrap.
  2. Spread the nut butter over the banana on the wrap.
  3. Drizzle jelly over the top and spread it equally.
  4. Roll up the wrap like a burrito or as thin as you’d like. Cut it into halves or quarters.
  5. Enjoy!

Serving Suggestions

Create your own peanut butter and jelly wraps for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack! Try adding grated carrots, red peppers, spinach, green peppers, chopped nuts or dried fruit. Sprinkle on some black pepper, garlic powder, smoked paprika, cumin powder or honey for a little extra flavor.

Enjoy the wraps right away, store them in the fridge, or heat them up in the microwave. Get creative and make snacks that everyone will love!

Nut Butter and Apple Wraps

Wrap it up! A wrap is a yum and effortless snack. Slather nut butter and a ripe banana for max flavor and vitamins. This recipe is a cinch! Here’s how to make it:

  1. Quickly whip up a tasty snack in no time!


Today’s recipe is a classic! Creamy nut butter, slices of apple and ripe bananas – all in one tasty, healthy and filling snack wrap. Forget white bread sandwiches! These wraps are easy to make and perfect for hungry tummies of all ages.

Here’s what you need: whole wheat tortillas, natural nut butter (peanut butter, almond butter or sunflower seed butter), ripe banana or apple slices, and optional garnishes like chia seeds, hemp hearts or honey.


  1. Spread a thick layer of nut butter on the tortilla.
  2. Arrange the banana or apple slices in an even layer.
  3. Sprinkle on garnishes if you’d like.
  4. Roll the tortilla into a tight wrap and use a toothpick to keep it together if needed.
  5. Slice into halves and enjoy!
  6. Store any leftovers in the fridge for up to two days.


Time to make apple wraps! Gather the ingredients:

  • 2 ripe apples
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp nut butter
  • 2 tbsp honey or agave

Rinse and pat dry the apples. Slice into 12 slices, each half an inch thick. Place on plate and sprinkle with cinnamon. Spread a tbsp of nut butter on each slice. Drizzle with honey, then add another tbsp of nut butter if you like. Roll up tightly, like mini burritos. Drizzle with honey again before serving. Enjoy!

Serving Suggestions

Ready to serve? Assemble your nut butter and apple wraps. Wrap each one in wax paper; then place in an airtight container. Here are some ways to enjoy them:

  • Slice & serve as an appetizer or side dish.
  • For energy: have one after school or work.
  • Pack in a lunchbox for a wholesome snack.
  • Add yogurt & granola for breakfast or a meal on the go.
  • Serve with a salad for a light meal.
  • Make smaller versions for finger sandwiches at parties.


Ripe banana and Nut butter wraps are an easy and nutritious snack idea. Mix it up with raisins, dried cranberries, or shredded coconut to make them even tastier! Enjoy them anytime – breakfast, after-school, late-night treats, or a quick pick-me-up after sports practice. Plus, making them together is a great way for families to bond in the kitchen.

Store-bought versions contain unhealthy ingredients like added sugars and corn syrup, but homemade wraps are healthier with natural protein, minerals, and vitamins from nuts and bananas. So, why not try these delicious recipes today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are ripe banana and nut butter wraps?

ripe banana and nut butter wraps are a quick, easy, and tasty snack that involves spreading your favorite nut butter onto a tortilla or wrap, topping it with slices of ripe banana, and folding it up into a satisfying snack.

Are ripe banana and nut butter wraps healthy?

Yes, ripe banana and nut butter wraps are a healthy snack that is packed with nutrients. Bananas are rich in potassium, antioxidants, and fiber, while nut butter provides healthy fats, protein, and a variety of vitamins and minerals.

Can I substitute other fruits for ripe bananas?

Yes, you can substitute other fruits for ripe bananas in this recipe. Some great options include sliced strawberries, blueberries, or apples.

What types of nut butter work best for this recipe?

Any type of nut butter will work well in this recipe, but some popular options include peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter, or hazelnut spread.

Can I add other toppings to my ripe banana and nut butter wraps?

Yes, you can customize your ripe banana and nut butter wraps with a variety of additional toppings, such as honey, cinnamon, chocolate chips, chopped nuts, or shredded coconut.

Are ripe banana and nut butter wraps suitable for people with allergies?

While ripe banana and nut butter wraps are a healthy snack option, they may not be suitable for individuals with nut or peanut allergies. Before consuming this snack, it’s important to check the ingredients and ensure that you are not allergic to any of them.
Ethan Walker
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