It's amazing how positively kids react when you do something as simple as changing the shape of one of their favorite foods. There's obviously nothing that needs improving when it comes to a delicious peanut butter and jelly sandwich, BUT try mixing a bit of cream cheese into the jam, spreading it onto a flat piece of lavash, rolling it into a cylinder and then cutting it into wheels, and it becomes a totally new take on a lunchtime classic that's even more fun to look at and eat!

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PB&J Pinwheels (Serves 4)

Prep Time: 0 mins Cook Time: 0 mins

egg free

Ingredients

  • 1/4 Cup Regular or Whipped Cream Cheese
  • 2 Tbsp Jam, Jelly or <a href=\"http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2009/06/02/strawberry-preserves/\">Preserves</a>
  • 1/3 Cup Peanut Butter, divided
  • Lavash, preferably whole wheat (can be found in the bread section at your grocery)

Preparation

1. Place the cream cheese and jam in a bowl and combine until smooth.
2. Spread 1/2 of the peanut butter on a piece of lavash and top with 1/2 of the cream cheese/jam mixture.
3. Roll the lavash lengthwise into a roll and slice into bite-size wheels, about 1 inch each.
4. Continue to make the second pinwheel sandwich and slice.
5. Serve.
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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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9 comments

  • Olga

    These are great and I tried to make a version of this for my kids (3 and 4), but their compliant was that the \"sticky stuff\" leaks out and gets all over their fingers. I tried to vary the amount of preserves, but no luck. Any suggestions for how to make them less leaky? Thanks!

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    • Catherine

      Just put less filling or make them bigger :)

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  • Crysta

    My 2 yr old calls this her sushi! Yet again thanks for another fantastic idea

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  • L'Erin

    What else can you mix with the jelly/jam instead of cream cheese. we don't do dairy

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    • Catherine

      The cream cheese adds even more creaminess and flavor, but you can leave it out if you'd like! I haven't tried it, but I have heard that heavy coconut cream makes a good vegan cream cheese substitute!

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  • Marilda

    do you know a website where we can buy those lunch boxes on the video? it's super handy! Thank you and great recipe!

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    • Catherine

      That is a Planet Box! http://www.planetbox.com/?utm_source=weelicious&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=weelicious

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  • Angela

    I have a 14 month old son (born Aug 2011). Is he too young to try this? I haven't tried serving him peanut butter yet (choking worry rather than allergy).

    Love your site!! Following you on Instagram (love the kid lunches you post) and made your ham and asaparagus quiche a couple nights ago with white asaparagus, it was a hit with my son, husband, me, and Grandma!

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    • Catherine

      I would try a little peanut butter on a spoon first and supervise closely to watch for choking! Or try mixing it with yogurt or just the jelly and serve like that to see how it goes down!

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