Baked Banana, Grape & Peanut Stuffed Pita

Baked Banana, Grape & Peanut Stuffed Pita
OK, here's for a quick warm breakfast, made in about 6 minutes. I used 1 large pita bread for 2, but if you're hungry, just have it all yourself! 🙂 So here goes:
Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: Breakfast or lunch
Serves: 1-2
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You need
  • 1 large banana
  • 5 large grapes
  • 3 tbsp peanuts
  • 12 medium size mint leaves
  • 1 large (or 2 small) pita bread
  • ½ tbsp coconut oil
To do
  1. heat the oil in a (medium sized) skillet
  2. add peanuts, bake for a minute, stir halfway
  3. when peanuts have started to brown, add slices of banana, making sure they all lie flat
  4. (in the meantime, now heat your pita bread in your toaster, low heat, you want to keep it soft)
  5. toss in grapes
  6. turn over the banana slices, stir through peanuts and grapes
  7. when banana slices are done, cut the pita bread in halves (or slice of the top, if you have small pita bread)
  8. switch of heat, mix in mint leaves, and scoop filling into pita bread
  9. enjoy!
Nutritional Information
Serving size: ½ filled pita Calories: 225 Fat: 13gr Saturated fat: 5gr Unsaturated fat: 4gr Trans fat: 0gr Carbohydrates: 40gr Sugar: 12gr Sodium: 300mg Fiber: 6gr Protein: 8gr Cholesterol: 0mg


Baked Fruit & Nuts stuffed Pita

Baked Fruit & Nut stuffed Pita

Baked Fruit & Nut stuffed Pita


A nice way of serving fruits and have a filling breakfast (or lunch, or snack ) 🙂

You need (for 2-3 persons):
♣     1 banana, cubed
♣     1 nectarine, cubed
♣     half a hand of almonds
♣     half a hand of hazelnuts
♣     half a hand of walnuts
♣     oil for baking (I like to use coconut oil)
♣     1 wholemeal pita per person (so 2 or 3)
♣     1 tsp cinnamon

You do:
– lightly toast the pita bread, to make it puff a little
– heat the oil in a skillet
– add nuts, bake and stir for a few minutes
– add cubed banana, nectarine and cinnamon, bake for a short while, switch off heat before it goes too soggy
– cut off the top of the pita bread so you have a nice pocket
– stuff the pita with the baked goodies and serve.

You could drizzle some orangey Cashew Cream on top (just mix orange zest and a little bit of agave or coconut nectar with Cashew Cream), or serve on the side 🙂