Childrens Snacks

Mashed banana, honey and raspberry roll up

Naturally sweet and fruity, this quick and easy banana and raspberry wrap makes a healthy afternoon snack idea for your children. You could also pop it in their lunchbox for a school treat - they'll love it!

Supplied|May 09, 2016

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