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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Power Fuel Wrap

Hey Folks, back from a long weekend in Winter Park, Florida with Margaret and Nikki for our Crossfit Level 1 cerfication. Great weekend! While we did not stay strict to Paleo this weekend, we had some AWESOME food and I came back with a couple of non-paleo meals that I will attempt to tweak for the cavemen followers out there. First up is The Power Fuel Sandwich - peanut butter, strawberries, granola, and drizzled honey served in a pita.

Power Fuel Wrap

Wrap Ingredients:
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup egg whites
1/4 cup coconut milk
2 Tbspn flaxseed meal

1 banana
2 strawberries
chopped pecans or paleo granola
drizzle of honey
2 Tbspn sunflower butter or almond butter
For wraps - mix ingredients and heat up a non-stick mini pan or full sized pan. Spray with pam if you have any sticking issue with your pan. For the mini pan pour in 1/2 the batter and tip pan around until full bottom is covered in thin layer of batter. turn when edges start curling up -(use a non-metal spatula) cook on other side until set and slide onto plate. Repeat with rest of batter or make one big crepe style wrap with a big pan. Spread wrap(s) with sunflower or almond butter, top with banana slices and strawberry slices, drizzle with a small amount of honey and sprinkle chopped pecans or paleo granola on top. Fold in half, roll, or just dig in!


  1. I really shouldn't read this blog at work where I don't have the means to make it immediately!!

    Sounds GOOD.

  2. I am going to try it tomorrow morning for breakfast. I don't have strawberries, so I am going to try blueberries. I will let you know how it goes.

  3. Jamie was spot on with the blueberries - they are amazing as well. This recipe really is a keeper!