1 tortilla (I use La Tortilla wholegrain low-carb, so flexible!)
1 banana (I’ve found the ones slightly past their prime are best)
your favorite brand of peanut butter
a dinner plate covered in plastic wrap
a good, sharp chef’s knife.
Lay the tortilla on the wrap-covered plate. Spread a thin layer of peanut butter evenly over the entire top surface, right to the edges. A couple of inches away from the edge lay the peeled banana directly onto the peanut butter. Bring the smaller edge of the tortilla up over the banana and roll it VERY TIGHTLY into a tube. If you don’t roll it tight, it’ll fall apart when you cut it. Release the plastic wrap from around the plate and roll it up around the tortilla-tube to keep everything in place. Pop in the freezer for a couple of hours. You don’t want it frozen solid, but firm enough so that it slices well. When the tube is frozen, bring it back out onto the plate, cut the ends off with the chef’s knife- you might have to use a slight sawing motion. If the tube feels squishy, put it back in the freezer. Cut the tube into 1″ slices and serve.