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ProteinUP CarbDown Flatbreads Available at Walmart!

May 7, 2015

Great news! Our new ProteinUP, CarbDown flatbread wraps are now available at Walmart stores nationwide. To get a taste before you buy, stop by Walmarts May 14th to 17th to get a free sample! We’ll be passing out ProteinUP + Nutella for a sweet treat without extra indulgence.

And, while you’re at Walmart… Use this BOGO coupon for extra savings!


Here are the ProteinUP CarbDown flatbread flavors:

Core 12: Based on Flatout’s original wrap recipe, made with chickpeas

Red Pepper Hummus: Powered by chickpeas

Sea Salt and Crushed Black Pepper: Brought to you by navy beans

For more info about our ProteinUP CarbDown flatbread wraps, click here.

Walmart Samples & Giveaways & BOGO… Oh My!

April 8, 2015

This month we’re giving you BOGO, many Giveaways, in-store samples & delicious recipes & ideas. Get in on the fun!


April 9th-12th, we’ll be passing out our favorite Flatout + berries samples at Walmart stores nationwide. Stop by for a taste! Don’t forget to bring this coupon for Buy One Get One Free!

And.. below are Giveaways and recipes we #FlatoutLove. Enjoy!

Thrifty Nifty Mommy hosts a Giveaway for $100 Gift Card to Walmart + packs of Flatout here.

Thrifty Nifty Mommy shares her Flatout Pesto Pizza recipe here.

Cuckoo for Couon Deals hosts a Giveaway for tons of Flatout here.

Slender Kitchen shares healthy, quick and creative meals and snacks here.

Fit Bottomed Eats shares a Flatout Simple Lunch Idea here.

Kims Cravings shares easy, healthy Flatout snack ideas and hosts a Giveaway here.

Flatout + Nutella = #FlatoutLove

March 18, 2015

This Friday (3/20), Saturday (3/21) and Sunday (3/22) we’ll be passing out Nutella/Flatout samples and coupons  at 900+ Krogers nationwide. Stop by your local Kroger to grab a taste and a coupon!

If we’re not at your local Kroger, we’re sorry you won’t get a taste, but you can still save. Print out this coupon for Flatout savings.

Some of our favorite Flatout breakfasts and desserts include Nutella such as this Thin Crust Chocolate Raspberry Pizza.

Thin Crust Chocolate Raspberry Pizza

Nutella Dessert Pizza Rev


1 Flatout® Thin Crust Flatbread Spicy Italian
¼ Cup Hazelnut chocolate spread
3 Tbsp. White chocolate shavings
4 Tbsp. Sliced Almonds
12 Raspberries


Preheat grill to 350°F. Pre-bake the flatbread on the grill for 1-2 minutes. Remove flatbread from grill. Spread chocolate on the flatbread. Lay shavings, almonds and raspberries on top. Return to Grill. Close lid. Grill for 4 minutes.

Oven Method: Place Flatout Flatbread on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 for two minutes. Remove from oven. Spread chocolate on the flatbread. Lay shavings, almonds and raspberries on top. Return to oven and bake 4 more minutes.

We hope to see you at Kroger this weekend!

Avocado BLT

February 24, 2015

Avocado BLT via Guest Blogger Emily Bites.

Yields 1 sandwich

Hello again, my Flatout-loving friends! In case you didn’t see the previous post here for my delicious Hawaiian Ham & Cheese Melt, my name is Emily and I blog about lightened up comfort food recipes over at I love to use Flatout flatbreads and Foldits because they taste great, they’re easy to work with and they are perfect for those like me who want to lead a healthy lifestyle without giving up any of their favorite foods or flavors.

One of the things that can be trickiest for those trying to lose or maintain their weight is to find healthy, portable lunch options that travel well, are easy to put together and don’t require an oven, stovetop, or any other appliances not often found in an office. For those of us “dining al desko” in cubicles or offices, this Avocado BLT is an easy, tasty sandwich that will fill you up and make you feel great.


To make this sandwich I used the Traditional White Foldit flatbread and layered on a hearty portion of buttery avocado, some crisp green lettuce, smoky center cut bacon and some juicy slices of tomato. Most BLTs traditionally use mayonnaise, but avocado is a fantastic healthy replacement (and I think it tastes better too!). Avocados have a rich texture that seems decadent, but they are full of vitamins and fiber and since they’re a healthy fat, they help you stay full until your next meal. To make this sandwich even easier, I like to make a batch of bacon in the oven to use in sandwiches and breakfasts all week long – it only takes 15 minutes and it saves you time throughout the week!

Time to trade in your frozen entrees, fast food or peanut butter and jelly and upgrade to something delicious your body will feel good about. Make your co-workers jealous, bring this Avocado BLT.


1 Flatout Traditional White Foldit Flatbread

¼ of a medium avocado, sliced

Romaine lettuce

2-3 slices of tomato (I used 3 slices of a plum tomato)

2 slices of center cut bacon, cooked crisp



1.  Spread the avocado slices across one half of the Foldit. Top with the tomato slices, bacon and lettuce and fold the other side over to close the sandwich.

Weight Watchers Points Plus:
6 per sandwich (P+ calculated using the recipe builder on

Nutrition Information:
212 calories, 25 g carbs, 9 g fat, 11 g protein, 7 g fiber (from

An Emily Bites Original

ProteinUP Carb Down Flatbreads COMING SOON to Stores

February 5, 2015


Just when we thought we couldn’t possibly pack more protein into our wraps, we’ve done it. We’ve created a new flatbread packed with navy beans and chickpeas for extra protein without compromising flavor.

We’re excited to share with you our NEW ProteinUP Carb Down Flatout Flatbread: an easier and tastier way to get the power of protein without excess carbs.

We think you’ll #FlatoutLove our NEW high-protein, low-carb flatbreads available in three flavors. Each flatbread contains 12g of Protein (more than TWO eggs!) and 8-10g of Net Carbs.

Protein provides long-lasting energy and reduces hunger and overall caloric intake throughout the day. By wrapping protein-rich foods in our new flatbreads, you could reach your daily protein intake in just one meal!

ProteinUP Carb Down will be available in grocery stores in 8 weeks.

In the meantime, we’ll be sharing high-protein/low-carb recipes with you using ProteinUP Carb Down. We’ll also be passing out ProteinUP Carb Down at The FitExpo in Los Angeles, California this weekend.

Here are the flatbreads to look out for in two months:

Core 12: Based on Flatout’s original wrap recipe, made with chickpeas

Red Pepper Hummus: Powered by chickpeas

Sea Salt and Crushed Black Pepper: Brought to you by navy beans

And below is a protein-rich recipe we think you’ll want to try:

 ProteinUP Carb Down Egg White Wrap

Egg White Wrap

320 Calories. 38 grams of Protein

Microwave 2 egg whites and ¼ cup mozzarella cheese until thoroughly cooked. On one end of wrap, spread egg mixture and top with 2 precooked turkey sausage links, 2 oz. chopped red peppers and spinach leaves. Roll, wrap and enjoy.

#ProteinUP and #FlatoutLove,

The Flatout Team

Flatout Hawaiian Ham & Cheese Melt

January 6, 2015

Hello, Flatout lovers! My name is Emily and I blog about lightened up comfort food recipes over at I’m so excited to be guest posting here at Flatout Fresh today because my blog’s purpose is to show that you don’t have to sacrifice your favorite foods or flavors in order to lose weight or maintain a healthy lifestyle. Flatout flatbreads make that so easy, and they’re perfect for pizzas, wraps, and sandwiches like the one I’m sharing today. I’ll also be sharing my recipe for Chicken Pesto Flatbreads using Flatout Lights over on my own blog later this week, so make sure to stop by and check them out!

This Hawaiian Ham & Cheese Melt is a great way to get maximum flavor from your sandwich while sticking to your New Year’s resolutions and healthy eating goals. A toasty pan-grilled Rosemary & Olive Oil Hungry Girl Foldit is stuffed with sweet, juicy pineapple, melty, spicy Pepper Jack cheese, layers of thinly sliced honey ham and sharp Dijon mustard to make a quick and easy handheld that will delight your taste buds as well as your waistline.

I #FlatoutLove using Foldits flatbreads to make hot sandwiches because they grill up nicely and hold the contents really well. Plus they’re relatively thin, so you don’t have to overload them to get the perfect bread-to-fillings ratio. I based this particular melt on a panini I like to order at one of my favorite local restaurants, and it’s just as delicious for just a little over 250 calories. Next time I’ll stay home and make this instead – it’ll leave me room for dessert!



Hawaiian Ham & Cheese Sandwich

Yields 1 sandwich


1 Flatout Hungry Girl Rosemary & Olive Oil Foldit Flatbread

1 oz reduced fat Pepper Jack Cheese, sliced

2 tablespoons canned pineapple chunks in juice, drained

2 oz thinly sliced deli honey ham

¾ teaspoon Dijon mustard


  1. Spread the Pepper Jack slices across one half of the Foldit and place the pineapple chunks across the top of the cheese. Lay the ham slices over top of the pineapple chunks. Spread the mustard across the other half of the Foldit and fold that half over top of the ham and other toppings.
  2. Lightly mist a skillet or grill pan with cooking spray and bring over medium heat. Place the sandwich on the pan and cook for about 3 minutes until the bottom side is golden. Use a spatula to flip the sandwich over and continue to cook on the other side for another two minutes until cheese is melted and both sides of the Foldit are golden.

Weight Watchers Points Plus:
7 per sandwich (P+ calculated using the recipe builder on

Nutrition Information:
258 calories, 27 g carbs, 8 g fat, 23 g protein, 3 g fiber (from

An Emily Bites Original

Reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers

November 23, 2014
Image courtesy of Instagram Friend @xxheatherrr)

Image courtesy of Instagram Friend @xxheatherrr)

On the day-after-Thanksgiving, meals are always a no-brainer. Leftovers. In fact, in most households, meals are a no-brainer a week or two after Thanksgiving. While we #FlatoutLove leftovers (sometimes even more than the meal itself!), it’s important to keep them interesting and mix it up. After all, no matter how delicious your Thanksgiving dinner was, there’s no reason to repeat it for every meal afterwards. Here are some ways to reinvent your Thanksgiving leftovers:

Chopped Salad: Chop up your favorite veggies and top with sliced turkey. One of our favorite chopped salad combos is: chick peas, carrots, celery, peas, tomatoes, black beans, dried cranberries, and a bit of cheese sprinkled on top such as feta.

Warm Chopped Salad: Take leftover veggies from your Thanksgiving dinner, chop them up, and add chopped lettuce. You would be surprised how much flavor the veggies add to the lettuce. You may not even dress.

Thanksgiving Flatout Flatbread Pizza: Top a Flatout Flatbread or Flatout Flatbread Thin Crust Pizza with chopped turkey, your favorite cheese, and your favorite toppings.

Turkey Foldit: Fold up turkey, swiss cheese and honey mustard for a warm, savory meal.

Filling Breakfasts: Add a combo of your favorite leftovers (turkey, potatoes, veggies and whatever else you want to include!) into a pan for a hearty omelette or scrambler. You probably won’t even need the yolk, because of the leftovers’ flavor.

Turn Sides into the Main Dish: Drop the fork! Fold up or wrap up your favorite sides.


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