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The Dietitian’s Top Pick: Flatout® Multi-Grain with Flax Flat Bread + GIVEAWAY!
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Pizza is a favorite food for almost everyone! For me, it’s the go-to dinner on Friday nights (Woo hoo! TGIF!). I love pizza, but I don’t love the fact that it can be loaded with calories and lacking in nutrition. The good news is, we can still have our beloved pizza (and eat it too!).

The crust is often what makes or breaks a pizza. Toppings and cheese tend to be pretty standard, but the crust can be a little more difficult to perfect in both nutrition and taste. Instead of kneading and rolling out my own homemade dough, this week’s pick is a ready-made alternative that makes an amazing pizza crust: Flatout® Multi-Grain with Flax Flat Bread. The super NuVal® score of 60 caught my eye in the deli area of the store, to the point where I stopped in my tracks to learn how this could be. This variety of Flatout® is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids (from the flaxseeds), high in fiber, made with 100% whole wheat and has 9g of protein per flatbread! But, would it pass my pizza crust taste test?

I experimented with this Sausage and Pepper Flatbread recipe, and it turned out great! I’ve used the Multi-Grain with Flax Flat Breads time and time again with family and friends, which also allows everyone to make their own personal pizza creation. In addition to pizza, these Flatouts® make wonderful wraps, melts and quesadillas. Click here for tons of fun Flatout® recipes!

What will you make with this fabulous Flatout® Multi-Grain with Flax Flat Bread? I’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment below, and you will be entered to win a $5 Festival Foods Gift Card! (BONUS: Get a double entry if you comment on our Facebook page as well!). A winner will be chosen on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 by 3pm CT. Happy eating!

Nutritional Information for 1 flatbread:
Calories 100
Total Fat 2.5g (Saturated 0g, Trans 0g)
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 200mg
Total Carbohydrate 17g (Dietary Fiber 8g, Sugars 1g)
Protein 9g
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%,
Calcium 2%
Iron 8%

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, Contains Less Than 2 % Of Each Of The Following: Maltitol, Sugar, Liquid Brown Sugar, Wheat Protein Isolate, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Baking Soda, Fumaric Acid, Preservatives (Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Propionate), Wheat Flour, Yeast, Cellulose Gum, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Salt, Calcium Peroxide, Enzymes.

Contains: Wheat And Soybeans. Manufactured In A Facility That Also Processes Products Containing Milk.

Disclaimer: We strongly encourage guests to review the ingredient lists of suggested products before purchasing to ensure they meet individual dietary needs. All products not available at all Festival Foods locations.

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Lauren Lindsley is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) with Festival Foods and is certified by the state of WI.

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26 comments to 'The Dietitian’s Top Pick: Flatout® Multi-Grain with Flax Flat Bread + GIVEAWAY!'
  1. Roxanne

    Fantastic new product I’d love to give a try!

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  2. Kelly

    Would these work for pizza crusts on the grill? Would love to take them camping for pizzas!

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    1. Jacque Turner

      Yes just watch closely, like you would your regular crusts.

  3. Denise

    I will try the pizza, thanks for the idea!

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  4. Debby Etling

    love these wraps and flax seed was great

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  5. Amanda

    I’ll have to try this! I’m thinking turkey wraps!

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  6. Stacy

    I love flat outs! I just bought a package today!

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  7. LSchultz

    These are great for making pizzas with leftovers! I spray olive oil on top, bake about 3-5 minutes, then put the toppings on and bake until done. Crispy crust, and make them as healthy as you like!

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  8. Dawn

    I’ve used these before for wraps….nice alternative to bread or tortillas?

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  9. Sandra Morello
    Sandra Morello

    I would totally make pizza!

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  10. Lakefront

    Never thought about using these to make pizza.

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  11. Aly

    I like their lower carb count as my husband has diabetes and it’s always a struggle to find good bread that won’t require a lot of insulin to compensate for it. We would definitely make some wraps with these!

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  12. Michelle

    What a great idea, I’ve never thought of using something like that for a crust! I’ll have to give that a try!

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  13. Linda H.

    What a good idea for “make-at-home” pizza. Using the turkey crumbles saves fat and calories, too. Thanks for the recipe.

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  14. Molly

    We buy a package a week and use them for everything. We make turkey bacon, lettuce and tomato wraps, breakfast wraps and, our favorite, pizza! Even my fiancé loves Flat Outs. If making pizza I recommend broiling it for a minute or two at the end. Makes the Flat Out nice and crispy!

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  15. Jaime

    Have used them before for wraps but didn’t think about pizza. Will be trying next time.

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  16. Cindy

    I would make oven or grill pizzas – veggie or margherita. My daughters would use them for school lunhces and make wrap with hummus and veggies.

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  17. Kelly

    breakfast pizza on the weekend

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  18. Kathleen Jorgensen
    Kathleen Jorgensen

    The ingredients aren’t too bad. I will try this bread!

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  19. Donna H.

    I couldn’t find them in the store. I just went back and reread your blog. I didn’t check the deli section. I will be going back! I want to try these.
    Thanks!

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  20. Amber

    I made a pizza today with the Italian Herb flavored flatbread. It was really good.
    Flatout also has “Fold-its” that I use for my turkey burgers.
    I think the best thing about the Flatouts breads are that they have high fiber and high protein generally (and pretty low carbs considering).

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  21. patty

    Can’t wait to try these.

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  22. patty

    cant wait to try

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  23. Carmen N

    I haven’t seen these yet. I’d love to make sandwiches for work – esp chicken caesar.

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  24. Linda

    The sun-dried tomato is really good too.

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  25. Lauren Tulig

    Thank you all for the great comments! I’m happy to hear everyone is excited to try these flat breads in lots of different ways!

    Congratulations to our winner, Kelly, who suggested taking them camping and cooking on the grill for pizzas. What a great idea! Kelly, your Festival Gift Card is on the way!

    Keep watching for more giveaways and top picks!

    Happy spring,
    Lauren

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