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Peanut Butter & Jelly Quesadilla Wrap Up!

By the title of this post, I am sure many of you are probably wondering what I have in store for you today, but trust me, it’s a good little invention on my part!

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Lately I am trying to limit my consumption of gluten-free bread products; not with the intention to lose weight, but rather I have realized that I feel better when I keep it to a limit. However, being someone who is always at the gym I need carbs in my diet to reenergize.

The other day I really want a PB & J sandwich. My only problem was I didn’t have any bread on hand and was all out of rice cakes. However, when I looked in my cabinet I did have soft corn tortillas. I was going to make my PB & J wrap, but then I thought, “why not get creative!”

Hence, how this invention was developed! It’s quick and easy for any college student, kid friendly and can be enjoyed as a snack or lunch! Here’s what you do.

1. Soften two tortillas in the microwave
2. On one tortilla spread your favorite jelly {my personal preference is raspberry}
3. Place other tortilla on top, like it is a sandwich
4. Spread peanut butter and sprinkle raisins if desired.
5. Roll that bad boy up, and enjoy!

 

Author Information: Candice Rose Clifford

After being diagnosed with non-celiac gluten sensitivity Candice started Embrace G-free. On this honest account you will find posts which empower you to live your happiest and healthiest gluten free life, in addition to recipes, product reviews, and resources.

www.embracegfree.com
www.facebook.com/embracegfree
Find Me on Twitter: CandiceRose90

 

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