Tortillas (flour or whole wheat)
Jelly (whatever flavor you prefer)
Chocolate syrup (lite or sugar-free syrup works as well)
2. Spread jelly on the other half of the tortilla. I like the squeezable jelly personally – quicker with less mess.
3. Roll the tortilla, starting on the jelly side.
The peanut butter side makes a good seal for the roll.
4. Slice the roll into sushi-sized pieces.
5. Present on a plate with chocolate syrup as the “soy sauce” to dip.
A large tortilla version of these makes enough for both my boys to share as a bite-size snack. Pictured above is only about half of the sliced pieces from the single rolled tortilla.
Do you have any unique takes on the traditional peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Comment below or hit my up on social media @fabeveryday to share your ideas!