Cranberry Pinwheel Recipe for Toddlers
by Eleanor Cullen on Nov 26, 2020
Your new Go-To Toddler Recipe: Cranberry Pinwheels
This traditional Christmas ingredient has been popular with the grown ups for centuries. So Team We Might Be Tiny took on the challenge to turn the traditional take on Cranberry Pinwheels into our very own kid-friendly version. We’re talking a Cranberry Pinwheel recipe for toddlers that will please hungry bellies with a winning flavour combination all wrapped up in finger food - and no Cranberries in sight.
Our toddler-friendly Cranberry Pinwheels are the perfect snack for out and about or that quick picnic lunch at home. Serve them on a We Might Be Tiny Stickie Plate to keep the mess in check or easily take them with you in a We Might Be Tiny Snackie. Either way, your little one will ask for more.
All you need to whip up these healthy and fun gems is a long list of staples that most families usually have in their pantry and fridge. Wrap them all up (or get your toddler to do it for you) and slice away. Once you start it’ll be hard to stop.
It’ll be the quickest toddler snack you’ve whipped up in a long time. And it is almost certain to turn into your new go-to crowd pleaser that offers endless opportunities for flavour experiments down the track.
Now check your pantry and fridge to make sure you have everything you need and give your new favourite toddler recipe a decent workout.
Makes 1 wrap makes 6-8 pinwheels
Prep 5 minutes
- 1 large soft tortilla
- 2 tbsp raspberry jam
- 2 tbsp cream cheese
- half a small avocado, cut into small chunks
- half a cucumber, cut into small chunks
- handful fresh spinach
Evenly spread the cream cheese over the wrap out to the edges. Then spread the raspberry jam.
Evenly spread a layer of spinach leaves.
Place a line of avocado or cucumber down one side of the wrap.
Starting with this side, roll up the wrap tightly then cut into slices and serve.