6 Inventive Ways with Flatbread

6 Ideas for Flatbread - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

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Versatility. That’s something I look for in the ingredients I cook with. It’s why I routinely stock my fridge and pantry with the likes of eggs, yogurt, leafy greens, and dried beans; all foods that can be spun into a multitude of directions.

It’s also why Flatout flatbread is regularly in the rotation. It can transform into everything from a breakfast wrap to a seeded cracker with just a few extra ingredients and very little extra time. I like that Flatout has a number of whole-grain offerings and that each bread is just 1oo calories, which leaves room for plenty of flavorful fillings, toppings, dips, and spreads. Below are six ideas for using flatbread to make easy meals and snacks. Scroll down to the bottom, and you’ll find a video bringing a few of the recipes to life.

1. Nutty Chocolate Banana Wrap

RECIPE HERE 

Chocolate Banana Peanut Butter Wrap - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

2. Loaded Chicken Quesadillas

RECIPE HERE


Healthy Chicken and Vegetable Quesadillas

3. Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Wraps

RECIPE HERE 

Freezer Egg and Vegetable Breakfast Wraps - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

4. Seeded Flatbread Crackers

RECIPE HERE

Homemade Flatbread Seed Crackers - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

5. Mediterranean Turkey Pinwheels

RECIPE HERE 

Turkey Vegetable Pinwheel Wraps - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

6. Easy Flatbread Pizza

(RECIPE BELOW)

Broccoli Cheese Flatbread Pizza - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Lightly coat a Flatout flatbread with tomato sauce or pizza sauce. Cover the sauce with grated Mozzarella cheese. Add any favorite cooked vegetables or halved cherry tomatoes and basil leaves. Bake until crispy, about 10 minutes. 1 to 2 servings.

6 Easy Recipe Ideas for Flatbread - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

Comments

07.29.2017 at 10:31 AM #

EA The Spicy RD

Yum! I need to try making the turkey pinwheels and breakfast wraps for my son. When we were at Yosemite with our friends, the other mom made turkey wraps in a tortilla, and my sone has been obsessing about them ever since 🙂

07.29.2017 at 10:31 AM #

katiemorford

So easy to make, too, EA.

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