Lately I've developed a new obsession. I started making wraps with peanut butter, chia seeds, and apple slices.
Here's how I make them.
I like to use a small apple so I can use the whole thing. I quarter the apple and remove the seeds.
In case you're wondering, I don't use a cutting board. I am well versed in the ways of using the least number of dishes possible. It started in college and I never shook the habit. I wash the apple, dry it with a paper towel, and cut it right on the paper towel.
After I slice the apple, I even wipe my knife on the corner of the paper towel and use the knife to spread the peanut butter. Maybe a little ridiculous, I know.
What were we talking about again? Oh yes, the wrap.
So I've been using flour tortillas because that's what I have on hand. Since they're kept in the fridge, I microwave one tortilla for 8 seconds to make it more pliable. You could use wheat tortillas, low-carb tortillas, flat bread, etc.
I spread peanut butter on the bottom half of the tortilla. You could use any nut butter you like.
I sprinkle chia seeds over the peanut butter. You could measure out a tablespoon of seeds, but I don't want to dirty the tablespoon.
I lay the apple slices in a row over the chia seeds. Resist the urge to make the row perfect.
I fold up the little end at the bottom of the wrap (currently on the right side in my pictures).
Then I fold up the short side.
Then I finish wrappin' it up.
Then I enjoy!
The tortilla is chewy, the peanut butter is creamy, the apple is crisp, and the chia seeds are crunchy. Yum!