Let’s Get Fresh: Nutella, Banana, and Granola Roll Ups


Let’s Get Fresh: Nutella, Banana, and Granola Roll Ups

I’m a nonstop momma, all day long. That fast-paced buzz doesn’t let up – especially during back to school time. This year I’ve been planning ahead of time to make sure the kids have fresh, preservative-free meals around the clock. It’s a process because as you know – you can’t plan meals that you don’t have time to make.

Thankfully, I’ve got a snack secret to share that’s been working wonders on my little ones: Nutella, banana, and granola roll ups made with fresh Azteca Tortillas. This recipe couldn’t be easier to make, and best of all, the kids love it. Combined with fresh, always-refrigerated tortillas that contain no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives, we’ve got a recipe that ticks all my back to school boxes.

Prep

  • Take fresh Azteca tortillas out of the refrigerator
  • Get out jars of Nutella and jam

Step 1

Spread Nutella on a single Azteca tortilla. You can vary the amount here, I like to give the tortilla a nice, light coating of Nutella that is evenly spread, but not over the top.

Step 2

Sprinkle on about 2 tablespoons of granola. This is an opportunity to dial it up a bit if you need to get your kids energized at breakfast or keep them going on the way to practice. You can keep this recipe in the rotation by adding different granola mixes with natural seeds, organic dried fruits, or other healthy additions.

Step 3

Roll up the tortilla from bottom to top to seal in that deliciousness and ensure easy portability. It’s really perfect to satisfy my kids’ cravings for something sweet that fills them up. Knowing Azteca tortillas are totally fresh with no preservatives of any kind is also helping me keep my head on straight while dealing with getting the family in back to school mode.

Here’s a quick video showing you how it’s done. You can find more recipes, videos, and tips on the Meal Hacks portion of this website.

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