That might be an overstatement, but I suspect it’s not. There’s just one alteration and it makes all the difference: a whole wheat tortilla. Not a white one, mind you. You need something with a bit more character. Whole wheat is it. Oh yeah, there’s another alteration: you microwave it. Not sautee it, not roast it, not bake it, not grill it. That’s right: microwave it. On a plate. In a, that’s right, microwave.
Here’s how you do it:
On a whole wheat tortilla, about an inch from one edge, spread a line of pb, and a line of j. Roll it up tightly like a flauta, a flute, a tube, whatever. Microwave it. That’s it. Let it cool a bit so you don’t scald your child’s tongue, but once they have a nicely cooled pbjb, they will forever clamor for these most excellent treats: for breakfast, for lunch, after school.
I used to roll 7 of these up and freeze them at the start of the week ( in a big freezer bag) and microwave them in the morning for my daughter for breakfast.
You can also slice them up; the cross section has nice little jelly-roll/spiral look to it.