A few of my favorite things: Flatout Flatbread

Flatout Flatbread 1 This week I thought I’d post about some of my favorite food items I’m using while doing the Weight Watchers Momentum plan. One of the foods I eat almost daily is Flatout Flatbread wraps.

I especially like their Healthy Grain Multi-Grain with Flax wraps I buy at Costco, though I’ve tried a few varieties at King Soopers (Kroger), too. Best of all they’re only 1 Weight Watchers POINTS per wrap and are high in fiber. They freeze well and are great for breakfast egg white burritos or wrap using a lean protein (fish, chicken or venison) and some lettuce.

Here’s a recipe I devised to finish up all the hard boiled eggs leftover after Easter.

Egg Salad with Peppers Wrap

Ingredients:

  • pix 147 4 hard boiled eggs – use 1 whole egg and three egg whites
  • 2 Tbsp. Hellmann’s Reduced Fat Mayonnaise Dressing
  • lettuce
  • 1/2 cup diced peppers (red, yellow, orange and/or green)
  • 2 Flatout Flatbread Multi-Grain with Flax wraps
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. Peel the hard boiled eggs and discard 3 of the 4 egg yolks.
  2. Put eggs in bowl and use a potato masher to smash up.
  3. Add mayo and use masher to mix well.
  4. Add diced peppers and salt and pepper to taste. Mash up again to combine.
  5. Lay 1 Flatout Flatbread on plate and cover with lettuce.
  6. Spoon 1/2 of egg salad mixture on to flatbread and roll up.
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 with second flatbread, lettuce and rest of egg salad mixture.
  8. Enjoy!

Weight Watchers POINTS = 6

Flatout Flatbreads for dessert? You bet!

Flatout Flatbreads are great for wraps, pizza and even panini. But what about a healthy dessert or sweet snack? Try my recipe using flatbread, peanut butter and banana.

PB & Banana Roll

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Layout the flatbread out long side horizontal so it’s longer from left to right than from top to bottom.
  2. Spread most of the peanut butter in a line vertically down the center.
  3. Spread some peanut butter on the left edge, so when you roll the flatbread from the right, the peanut butter will act as a glue to seal your roll.
  4. Place banana on the right side of the flatbread, then carefully roll the flatbread all the way up. (If you are proficient with a sushi mat, you could use it to make a perfectly shaped, tight roll.)
  5. Since the banana probably isn’t as long as the roll, gently smoosh it with your hands and squeeze the banana so it reaches both ends of the roll.
  6. You can either eat it like a burrito, or slice it with a sharp knife into sections like a sushi roll.

Options: add a little cinnamon to the banana before you roll it up.

Weight Watchers POINTS = 5

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6 thoughts on “A few of my favorite things: Flatout Flatbread

  1. Joan Nova

    I’m happy to see they are WW-friendly too. They’re just so versatile, I can’t stop coming up with different ideas on how to present them. In fact, I’ve got a couple more ‘pizzas’ that I just might post this week. Keep up your good work!

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