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Fresh Fruit PB and J Collard Wraps

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Fresh Fruit PB&J Collard Wraps | Feed Your Skull

Collard wraps are nature’s tortilla and a ridiculously easy way to eat dark iron-rich leafy greens for breakfast.

In a way that’s not a smoothie.


A break from slurping. Reinvigorate your digestion by letting it do its thing. Digestion starts in the mouth with movement in our jaw.

The elicited saliva from our gums starts the initial enzymatic breakdown of our food.

Fresh Fruit PB&J Collard Wraps | Feed Your Skull

All you need is one large collard leaf, a banana, some natural peanut butter [homemade recipe], and some fresh/thawed fruit.

Remove the collard stem.

Spread the peanut butter.

Mash the fruit on top. Raspberries. Strawberries, Blueberries. Mango. Are all good options.

Mash or leave whole 1-2 bananas.

Roll up and cut in half.

Fresh Fruit PB&J Collard Wraps | Feed Your Skull

Collard wrap benefits

  1. It tastes good = happiness = less stress = good digestion
  2. 15g about 50% of your daily fiber 💩
  3. 9g about 19% of your daily protein 💪
  4. Contains a little bit of every amino acid except hydroxyproline
  5. Potassium helps relieve stress and anxiety (also good for digestion) and boosts metabolism
  6. The combination of fruit/greens is a perfect way to increase plant iron absorption
  7. Magnesium helps strengthen and maintain healthy hair
  8. The 57% vitamin b6 helps balance hormones, serotonin and norepinephrine which helps our mood 😊 vs 😤

Fresh Fruit PB and J Collard Wraps

  • Prep Time:
  • Total Time:
  • Yield: 1 wrap
  • Serving Size: 1 wrap
  • Calories per serving: 392
  • Fat per serving: 9g

Additional nutritional information // fiber: 15g • protein: 9g • vitamin a: 76% • calcium: 20% • vitamin c: 109% • iron: 10% • zinc: 5% • potassium: 35% • magnesium: 20% • vitamin b6: 57% • folate: 40% • vitamin b3: 26%


  • 1 collard leaf, de-stemmed
  • 1/2 cup fruit
  • 1 tablespoon natural peanut butter
  • 1-2 bananas


  1. Spread the peanut butter on the collard's underside. Mash desired fruit on top. Lay the banana(s) on top and roll up. Cut in half.

Place in a container and transport to work, on a hike, camping, or even a road trip!

I would love to see your food pics! If you give this recipe a whirl, let us know. <3 Leave a comment below and don’t forget to tag a picture with #feedyourskull on Instagram!

Would you like to see more collard wrap meal ideas?? Let me know in the comments. xx

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