Granola Crunch Apple-Peanut Butter Sandwich Wraps

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Change up your PB&J routine! These crunchy Peanut Butter Sandwich Wraps come together in just moments and are completely adaptable – no need to measure exact amounts! Perfect for on-the-go meals and make-ahead lunches, they’re full of nutrient-rich fruits, whole grains and lots of protein!

The juicy apple marries perfectly with the chewy, tart cranberries, the creamy peanut butter, and the crunchy bits of granola. So yummy!

And you can be as innovative as you want! Get creative! You could swap in some other dried fruits like chopped dates or blueberries. Whoa! And you don’t even have to use good ol’ peanut butter. Not with the vast array of nut butters on every supermarket shelf. Plus, if allergies are a problem, you can go for Sun Butter or nut-free Wow Butter. Or, hey – want more apples? Ok! Pile ’em on! How about trying pears instead? Why not?

You get the idea. It’s your wrap … we’re not making the rules!

Such an easy, adaptable recipe! No stress here, friends – just a deliciously sweet, crunchy, chewy, creamy wrap that your whole family will love!

This recipe was originally published by Two Healthy Kitchens at Shared with permission.

Serves: 1
Prep Time:

Granola Crunch Apple-Peanut Butter Sandwich Wraps


  • 1) For each sandwich wrap, place a Flatout flatbread on your work surface and spread with peanut butter.
  • 2) Lay apple matchsticks evenly, lengthwise, down the center of the flatbread. Sprinkle raisins, cranberries, granola, and cinnamon (if using) evenly over top of the apples.
  • 3) Beginning at one long side, roll the flatbread up.
  • 4) Cut in half and serve immediately, or wrap tightly and store in the refrigerator until serving or packing in lunch boxes.
  • Notes:
  • Substitutions and Ingredient Quantities: As mentioned in the post, this recipe is incredibly flexible. Use it as a starting point, but feel free to get creative and sub in different fruits like fall pears, dried fruits like dates or blueberries, and different nut butters or even nut-free butters like Sun Butter and Wow Butter. We typically never measure exact amounts when making these wraps – don’t worry too much over exact quantities for each ingredient, but instead combine everything in a way that you and your family will love best.
  • Granola: You can use any granola you’d like, but when purchasing store-bought granola, be sure to read the nutrition labels carefully, as various brands and varieties differ significantly in their ingredient lists, amount of fats and sugars, etc.


  • 1 Flatout flatbread (for this recipe we like Healthy Grain Harvest Wheat, Multi Grain with Flax, or Light Original)
  • 1/4 cup natural peanut butter (crunchy or smooth)
  • 1/3 cup matchstick-cut apples (from about 1/4 apple – we like tart or sweet-tart varieties like Granny Smith or Honey Crisp)
  • 2 tablespoons golden raisins
  • 2 tablespoons dried cranberries
  • 2 tablespoons granola (see note)
  • 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon, optional

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