I have CF, but have always been more of a grazer than a big meal eater. So my family and I were always looking for ways to maximize snack calories. I also don't sit still for very long, so I began wrapping my favorite lunch meat around my favorite snack vegetable to save precious seconds of playtime. I ended up liking the combos and asked if it could be my contribution to a family holiday party. After attempting to secure the salami around the carrot first with toothpicks, it was decided there was too much potential injury risk for newcomers unfamiliar with such an unconventional snack food. My dad suggested a bonding agent was the solution. While both flavors are complementary, peanut butter ultimately won over ranch dressing, due to its binding capabilities.
by Danielle M.
Amount per serving
- 6 slices Italian dry salami
- 6 baby carrots or carrot sticks
- 6 Tbsp peanut butter
- Add All Ingredients
Spread 1 tablespoon of peanut butter over 1 slice of salami
With the peanut butter on the inside to act as a bonding agent, roll up a baby carrot in the salami slice