By: George D Choy | Dec 22, 2018
I often take this meal with me if I’m going on a train over a meal time, or coming out of the cinema at lunch time and I want something easy to eat in the car before I drive home.
I only eat this meal about twice a month, as it doesn’t pass my “Whole Foods” test. It’s also lacking vegetables, which would make it more filling.
Daily DRI targets. This recipe provides 10g of fibre, 16% of folate and 14% of Vitamin C.
- Serves: 1
- Ready in 3 minutes
- 4 rice cakes (unsalted)
- 2 Tbsp peanut butter
- 1 banana
- 1 Trek Peanut Power Protein Energy bar
Watch the calories!
Nut butters can be healthy, but they are also surprisingly calorie dense. 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter with 2 rice cakes = 160 calories.
I ate 6 rice cakes in the video, but the calories shown here are for 4 rice cakes.
Step by Step Instructions
Spread 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter onto a rice cake. Repeat for a second rice cake.
Slice the banana and spread it evenly onto the peanut butter side.
Put the 2 remaining plain rice cakes on top to make a sandwich.
Serve with a Trek bar for some extra protein.