Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Flatout Flatbread. All opinions are my own.
In the world of trying to eat right, Flatout Flatbread and I have become fast pals. I’m sure you’ve noticed my #FlatoutLove expressed throughout my blog and social media channels alike. A few months ago I had the pleasure of working on the above video with my business partner. It was exciting to use Flatout in a new way and continue to come up with fresh ideas for the flatbread. I’ve had a grand ol’ time making Spicy Egg Salad Fold-it’s, Strawberry Cream Empanadas, Alta California Breakfast wraps, Ice cream cones and so many other fabulous dishes in the past. Yeah, you could say I hit the full spectrum on comfort foods made a little more healthy. The crazy part is there is a ridiculous amount more of recipes still waiting to be developed by you and me. My brain is going wild thinking of all the dishes I will conjure up this coming winter for my family. Check out the video above to see what’s new on the Flatout scene.
In the meantime let me address a few inquiries because I have numerous people asking me questions about Flatout all the time. Not that I mind. I think the main question I get asked ‘is the product vegan?’ I’m happy to report it is vegan. People are also confused as to where in the grocery store they can find Flatout products. It depends on the market but can mainly be found in the deli or bakery area, and sometimes in the the bread isle. Flatout Flatbread contains no Trans-Fats (thank the heavens above), does have a gluten free wrap (but not all products are gluten free), does NOT contain L-cysteine, dairy, or peanuts. For all my Jewish friends asking… It is Kosher! Every single one of the Flatout bread varieties is low in fat, a good source of fiber and of course, perfect to use as a blank canvas for all your foodie desires.
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