Breakfast with kids can be a real struggle. The cereal aisle at the grocery store is like a playground for kids. We try to avoid that aisle at all costs. Instead, we shop for breakfast in the produce section.
These colourful fruity rainbow breakfast wraps are filled with everything a child – or adult – needs to start the day.
Kids love wraps. As a parent, I’ve observed over the years that if you roll up most foods in a wrap, the kids will eat it. My daughter was telling me about the bananaritos (banana burrito) that her friends make at school. They simply combine seed butter with a banana all wrapped in a tortilla – bananarito. So, when I said we were going to wrap up some fruit for breakfast she chimed in with the word “rainbowrito”. Totally works for me.
Gather up your child’s favourite fruits, a little greek yogurt with some granola and you have a nutrition packed breakfast the kids will love.
Fruity Rainbow Breakfast Wrap
vanilla greek yogurt
whole wheat wraps
Arrange the fruit all over the wrap. Place the largest slices in the middle of the wrap. Let the kids decide which fruit to include in the wrap. My daughters don’t like the same kinds of fruit, so the wraps are filled with a different selection of fruit.
What will you include in your rainbowrito?
Today’s recipe is a twist on Jamie Oliver’s Super Fruit Breakfast wraps. We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, however it is also often skipped. Finding recipes that are quick, healthy and delicious can help busy families make breakfast a priority. Check out the other 9 twists on Jamie Oliver’s recipe – so many inspiring recipes for breakfast.
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