Fruity Peanut Butter Breakfast Sushi

My oldest loves banana dogs and this is similar to that, but with a twist because you can call it sushi. 🙂 Your kids will love saying they’re having sushi for breakfast. This is also great because they’re getting fruit, grains and a protein all rolled into one tasty dish.

Ingredients:
1 slice of bread (crusts removed)
Peanut butter
1 banana (and some strawberries too if you have them)

Instructions:
Spread peanut butter on bread.

Place banana and thinly-sliced berries at one end of the bread.

Starting with the fruit side, roll into a tube, pressing gently.

Cut into about four pieces California Roll style.

What did the family think? Our oldest had this for breakfast yesterday with a fruity breakfast smoothie. He was a little skeptical at first, but it turned out he loved it.

Where did this recipe come from? Parents Magazine, November 2006, page 189

Photo by me

2 Comments

Filed under After School Snacks, Breakfast, Definitely Making it Again, Easy, Six Ingredients or Less, Super Easy to Make, Vegetarian

2 Responses to Fruity Peanut Butter Breakfast Sushi

  1. Such a cute idea! PB, fruit and some manner of bread is a staple breakfast at our house. This totally beats my PB and banana boats on cuteness! (Leftover w.w. Hot dog buns w/ bananas halved lengthwise)

  2. Erin

    this looks fun and simple, will have to try it.

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