Easy Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups

Fast, easy, and delicious – our Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups recipe checks all the boxes for lunch time meals! These rainbow roll ups were inspired by a new comic book from our friend Jerry James Stone called, Spooniverse Comics! These roll ups are quick and easy to assemble with only a handful of ingredients like fresh berries, cream cheese, and gluten free spinach wraps. Plus, they’re easy enough to whip up that my 9 year old now makes lunch for both of us. WINNING!!! 

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Cover of the comic book Spooniverse

School lunches look a bit different now that we’ve been distance learning from home for 9 months!

Gone are the days of packing or even preparing a lunch for Kash, because he actually prefers to make his own. Honestly, as much as I feared this phase, it has been both liberating and delicious for both of us! Kash is almost 10 and independence is where it is at for him, especially when it comes to making meal time decisions. So, when my pal Jerry sent over an advance copy of his new comic cookbook I knew Kash would be excited! 

Spooniverse comics are a futuristic tale that weaves recipes right into the comic book so you can actually eat your way though the story line. Unlike most comics, the addition of being able to make and taste the foods that the characters are eating makes this story line a 4D experience that has been super fun and delicious for the both of us. Kash was so inspired by the comic’s recipe for Rainbow Veggie Roll Ups that he wanted to make a fruit-filled version, I mean his nickname is the ‘fruit bandit’ after all!

Kash and I thought it would be fun to show you exactly how he makes his Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups!!!

A boy stirring a bowl of softened cream cheese and brown sugar

Step 1: Whip together the Brown Sugar Cream Cheese Spread 

The fruit dip that I used to pack with apple slices in Kash’s lunch doubles as a spread for this fruit filled wrap! I can’t believe I never thought of this before. This Brown Sugar Cream Cheese Spread only requires 3 simple ingredients to make – and maybe a bit of elbow grease! 

A boy spreading cream cheese on a spinach wrap

Step 2: Spread the prepared cream cheese on a wrap!

Honestly, you can use any wrap you wish for this recipe. Plain gluten free flour tortillas work great, but Kash and I both love that we can add some sneaky veggies into this lunch recipe by using spinach infused gluten free flour tortillas.

A mom watching as her son slices strawberries

Step 3: Prep your berries!!! 

Rinse, slice, repeat! Any berry works in these wraps, but Kash’s favorites are California Grown strawberries and raspberries, so we always keep them on hand. Now that he has been working on his knife skills he’s a pretty great strawberry slicer too! I mean…just look at that form up there! 

Laying slices of fresh berries on a tortilla with cream cheese

Step 4: Layer on the berries and get to rolling!

Make a few thin strips of berries running the length of the tortilla. Then roll the tortilla up into a log shape. 

A mother slicing the wrap while the son watches.

Step 5: Slice and serve. 

You will want to get an adult to help here, but slice the rolls into half then slice the halves into thirds. 

A little boy holding a Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Up

Just look at those gorgeous little pinwheels!! Aren’t they adorable?! They look like a cute little sushi roll and are so delicious that we are positive you will be craving these for lunch as often as we do! 

Looking for more kid-friendly recipe ideas featuring California Grown produce? 

Graphic depicting produce that is grown in California

Kash and I cook together a lot and have even documented some of our favorite recipes to cook together that really highlight some of our favorite California Grown produce here on This Mess is Ours! Below, I am highlighting 4 of the recipes he and I have developed together over the past few months. We are so proud of them and it bring us so much joy to cook them together. 

A boy eating a slice of fruity avocado toast

Kid Approved Fruity Avocado Toast 

Avocados and fruit pair perfectly together atop this Spring inspired toast that is so easy to make your kid’s can basically assemble the entire dish by themselves.

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Crunchy Gluten Free Avocado Tacos

Say hello to your new favorite taco! Crispy, golden avocado wedges are the perfect pairing for refried beans and cool iceberg lettuce! Wrap it all up in a cheese “frico” dilla and yo usher a winning dinner that everyone will rave about! 

A boy scooping strawberries into mini baking pans.

Individual Strawberry Crisps

This delicious recipe is gluten free , endlessly customizable, and EASY peasy! So easy in fact my 9-yr old can make it himself from start to finish.

An entire pizza is on a marble surface. The pizza is a vegetable pizza it has tomatoes, broccoli, corn, orange bell peppers, and red onions have been arranged in circles around the dough to create a circular rainbow.

Rainbow Gluten Free Veggie Pizza 

Layers of fresh veggies like tomatoes, corn, bell peppers, and broccoli are artfully arranged in a rainbow ring before being baked to perfection! The result is a veggie packed, smile inducing slice, that your family is sure to love!

Easy Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups and teh ingredients needed to make them are arranged on a table top

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Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups

A plate of Easy Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups next to fresh raspberries

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  • Author: This Mess is Ours
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • Category: Lunch
  • Method: Assembled
  • Cuisine: Lunch
  • Diet: Gluten Free



4 gluten free flour tortillas, spinach flavored is our favorite

4 ounces cream cheese, softened 

12 tablespoons brown sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla paste or extract

6 strawberries, sliced thin

6 raspberries, torn in half 


In a small bowl combine the softened cream cheese, brown sugar, and vanilla. Stir until completely combined and smooth. 

Spread 1/4 of the cream cheese mixture across one of the tortillas leaving about 1/4 inch border all the way around. Arrange a row of strawberry slices and a row of torn raspberry halves spaced a few inches apart on top of the cream cheese spread. 

Roll the tortilla up. Slice in half, then slice the half into thirds. Serve immediately. 



The brown sugar cream cheese spread can be made up to 4 days in advance. Soften the cream cheese at room temperature for 15-20 minutes and then assemble the roll ups right before serving. 

Keywords: strawberry roll up, berry roll up, Fresh Berries and Cream Roll Ups

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