Now At Sam’s Club! Flatout Flatbreads: Perfect for Wraps, Pizzas, Breakfast Burritos and More!
What’s the greatest food innovation since sliced bread? Flatout Flatbread. This creation is literally better than sliced bread: A whole grain flatbread with half the calories and half the carbs of two slices of 100% Whole Wheat Bread. Flatout makes lunch taste great, more nutritious and so convenient. And now stocking up on Flatout is even easier, because it can be found in convenient double packs at Sam’s Club!
A sandwich wrap made with Flatout flatbread travels so much better than squishy bread. Cut into pinwheels, a Flatout rollup will make a delicious sandwich platter for your next holiday get together. Topped with your favorite pizza toppings, Flatout makes a quick and tasty thin crust pizza. And no need to shop for tortillas again, Flatout flatbreads are the perfect substitute – they taste better, are healthier and roll up easier to hold all your favorite burrito, fajita and taco fixings.
With summertime in full swing, I’ve found Flatout to be a lifesaver when coming up with healthy, tasty lunches and snacks my kids will enjoy. My kids love the fact that they too can create so many fun foods with Flatout. Plus, mealtime is always less stressful since my kids have no trouble finishing what’s on their plates when it’s something they actually made themselves.
When we received our Flatout gift pack last week, my kids wanted to get right to work. Enclosed were some wonderful kitchen supplies, two aprons for my daughters to design, an apron for myself, a gift card to Sam’s Club to stock up on Flatout and ingredients, as well as two complimentary packs of Flatout in Light Original Flatbread and Multigrain Flatbread. Since we had just visited a local farmer’s market, we decided to put these fresh ingredients to good use in a Flatout wrap sandwich. While my daughters put the finishing artistic touches on their aprons, I gathered all our ingredients: Flatout Light Original Flatbread, turkey, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, sunflower seeds and cream cheese. Once I had everything cut up and laid out, my girls began layering up their Flatout flatbread and lunch was ready to enjoy in no time. Our wraps were a delicious! Fresh, cool ingredients rolled inside soft and tasty Flatout flatbread was the perfect healthy lunch on a hot day.
And you can cook Flatout too! Pizza, please! We do so much cooking on the grill during the summer months, but I’ve never attempted a dessert. I’m looking forward to trying out this sweet, Flatout treat soon:
1 Flatout® Light Flatbread
1 cup of canned apple pie filling
1 Tbs streusel icing
2 Tbs of low fat granola
Preheat outdoor grill. Lightly oil both sides of Flatout. Top Flatout with pie filling and sprinkle with granola. Cook Flatout on closed grill for 6 minutes. Drizzle streusel icing over pizza. Cut Flatout into 6 squares or 16 wedges for appetizers.
Alternative Cooking Option: Cook lightly oiled Flatout in 350°F oven directly on grate for 7 minutes. Remove. Top Flatout with pie filling and sprinkle with granola and cook 7 more minutes. Drizzle with icing. Enjoy!
More Flatout flatbread recipes can be found at: http://www.flatoutbread.com/category/recipes/flatbread-wraps/
With so many ways to use Flatout, I’m thrilled that I can purchase both the Flatout Light Original Flatbread and Flatout Multigrain Flatbread in a double pack (12 wraps total) for around $5 at our local Sam’s Club. Flatout can keep in your freezer for 4 months and have a shelf-life of 18 days, but I guarantee they will be gone long before that!
Flatout Light Original Flatbread
9 grams of fiber
9 grams of protein
Ingredients: water, whole wheat flour, oat fiber, wheat gluten, soybean oil
Flatout Multigrain Flatbread
8g of fiber
9g of protein
Ingredients: water, whole wheat flour, oat fiber, wheat gluten, grain blend (cut wheat, wheat bran, cut rye, corn meal, barley grits, bulgar wheat, steel cut oats, oat flakes, yellow corn grits, barley flakes, rye chops, hulled millet, wheat flakes), flax seed meal, soybean oil
You can find Flatout at Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart and grocery stores nationwide. For a store locator and more information about other Flatout products visit: www.flatoutbread.com/
Enter to Win:
Enter to win a special gift pack from Flatout to get your kids creating in the kitchen with you! Just let us know what you and your kids would love to create with Flatout. One lucky Momstart reader will receive:
– Two DIY kid’s chef kit they can color and decorate any way they want
– Two $45 Sam’s Club Gift Cards, to be used for a year membership or to buy Flatout and other supplies
Tell me what you would make with the flatout flatbreads
This giveaway ends July 23rd. Please see our giveaway rules.
Disclosure – This product was provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the writing of this review; however, opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.
Emily is also very active in the local MOMS CLUB. The mother of two girls, ages 7 and 3, Emily also cares for her lovable old shihtzu, a frisky kitty and a flock of egg-laying chickens. Originally from Wisconsin, Emily transplanted to Pacific Northwest after college to be with the handsome, sweet guy she met on Spring Break. They have now been married for 10 years. Emily hates housecleaning, loves wine and enjoys dining out. She would love to find a cure for the depression and anxiety she has dealt with on and off since early adulthood, just like me. She is an amazing mom and friend.