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PB&J Roll-Ups {Crazy Easy & Fun!}

This is seriously the only way I can get my youngest to eat a sandwich. It's basically a deconstructed and then reconstructed {with a twist} peanut butter & jelly sandwich. Something about making it into cute little rolls makes these disappear a lot quicker. 

Trim the crusts off of two slices of bread and then roll them as flat as possible {without tearing the bread or wearing it too thin} with your rolling pin.

Apply a thin layer of peanut butter to each slice.

Then top that with a thin layer of jelly.

Then take each piece and begin to roll them up {jelly-roll style}, nice & tight.

You'll probably have a little jelly ooze out by the time you have it completely rolled. That's okay, I'm sure you'll figure out what to do with that {wink, wink}.

I like to use a sharp, serrated knife to cut my "logs" into three pieces. The serration will give you a nice, clean cut and won't squish the "log" down in the process.

And there you go! 

Perfect in a lunch box, for an after-school snack or even at a kid's party. 


  1. These are a great idear! My middle - third grader - is really enjoying taking her lunch to school this so this would be a great addition to her lunch box. Thanks for sharing!

  2. What a simple and genius idea! Trying this for the lunch box tomorrow.

  3. Kristi, I absolutely love the name of your blog! Awesome. These roll ups ARE fun. I bet your boys feel so lucky!! Thanks for sharing at Foodtastic Friday!

  4. I just posted this on my blog yesterday! I was all ready to link it up at your hop, lol! http://jessica-healthymommyhealthybaby.blogspot.com/2012/09/meatless-monday-pb-sushi.html. Seems redundant now, have a great day!

  5. That is so cute - and I can see why any kid would gobble them up!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  6. Oh, I bet my so would love these! Thanks for sharing at the Sunday Showcase. :)