Vanilla pudding is such a classic and yet it took me so long to post a recipe. Better late than never I guess! I’ve actually been making it for some time, just never got around to posting it. Maybe because it is so popular and gets eaten too quickly to photograph!
Let me just say that I was not one of those children that grew up on pudding. We didn’t have pudding for dessert every night. I didn’t have a pudding cup packed in my lunch. Heck, I didn’t even pack a lunch. I went to a school that was grades K4-8 all in one building and about 90% of us walked home for lunch. In the snow and rain, not uphill.
I digress. The boys eat lunch at school and see lots of foods I won’t let them have. Pudding cups are one of them. I’ve made several different puddings for them and it’s been popular. They don’t get it often at all, so when they do it is a real treat.
All right, today’s post is not some ground breaking recipe. It is, however, a school lunch that I make the boys often and get lots of comments so I thought I would share it. It seems many people need a little school lunch pick me up and everyone likes this idea. Hmm, perhaps a school lunch box series is in my future…
Pay close attention, this is very difficult. NOT! All you need is a tortilla, regular or whole wheat, peanut butter and an apple. Spread the peanut butter on the tortilla, place apple slices along the middle in a row and roll it all up.