Spring rolls are Chinese pastries usually filled with rice, vegetables and chicken or shrimp. I made my version with granola, honey and thinly slice peaches.
First, I took a spring roll wrapper about 6 inches square and placed several pieces of peaches in a line with enough space around for wrapping. I topped it with a drizzle of honey and a tablespoon or two of granola. The honey helps keep everything together and adds some flavor. Next, I wrapped it all like a burrito and turned it over so that the peach side was on the top and allowed it to sear, sort of, on my electric skillet. I didn't use any oil and I wasn't looking for it to brown, I just wanted to take the raw taste out of the spring roll wrapper. The roll in the photo I sliced and served with apple sauce and vanilla yogurt for dipping, but there are many, many more possibilities here. Any number of fruits would be good in this preparation and the granola can be swapped out for another cereal or even some cooked oatmeal, for a hot preparation.
I don't like mornings but I sure like breakfast. This could easily be made to go, so no need to wake up early for this one.