Flatout News

April 21, 2010

www.flatoutfresh.com

Filed under: Flatout Newsworthy — flatoutnews @ 2:27 pm

Flatout friends:

Thank you for being a part of the Flatout community. I am excited to announce that the site is being “facelifted” to http://www.flatoutfresh.com. I will continue to blog with a team of Flatout folks who will continue to share great tips, deals, stories, ideas and recipes with you. We look forward to continuing a great relationship with you full of FLATOUT fun. Meet the team (below) @ http://www.flatoutfresh.com.

  • Flatout Foodie: Our go-to recipe and food topic finder, developer and sharer
  • Flatout Fitness: Our go-to physical and emotional health superstar
  • Flatout Fabulous: Our go-to gal for fun ideas, from planning date nights to fashion tips
  • Flatout Family: Our go-to schedule maker and resource for moms, dads and kids alike

April 7, 2010

Crisps & Dip!

Filed under: Flatout Edgeon Crisps — flatoutnews @ 3:27 pm

As you know, we’re crazy about the Crisps. The flavors are FLATOUT terrific, and that’s why I often eat them plain without dip.

When entertaining, however, I absolutely love to present the crisps nicely on a platter with some of my favorite dips.  Getting rid of the bag goes along way, especially when you are in a rush, and need to put together a quick platter.

The Crisp’s zig-zagged shape looks awesome on a platter , and you’d be surprised how great the Crisps look/taste accompanied with dip. Some of my favorite dips are:

Sour cream dip

Hummus

Guacamole

Salsa

Sliced Cheeses and soft cheeses such as goat cheese and cream cheese

Marinara sauce (accompanied with the Four Cheese Crisps, it tastes like pizza!)

For the FLATOUT health-conscious: low fat hummus, salsa, Laughing Cow cheese, and pico de gallo taste great with the Sea Salt Crisps.

How do you dip your Crisps???? Let us know. We are FLATOUT curious!

April 6, 2010

WHERE ARE THE CRISPS??

Filed under: Flatout Edgeon Crisps — flatoutnews @ 3:32 pm

Hello Crisps Fans!

Every day, I receive emails asking how you guys can get Crisps in grocery stores near your homes. While we are working as quickly as we can to fill up your local retailers with the Edgeon Crisps, the absolute best way to expedite the process is to ask grocery store managers yourself! Store managers love hearing feedback from their shoppers, because they want to provide shoppers with the delicious food they want! Keep up the good work- ask your grocery store mangers! We’ll keep you posted as we get them in more and more grocery stores.

April 1, 2010

APRIL: FLATOUT EDGEON CRISPS AWARENESS MONTH

Filed under: Appetizers, Flatout Edgeon Crisps, Flatout Fun, Flatout Newsworthy — flatoutnews @ 8:47 am

April is Flatout Edgeon Crisps Awareness Month!

To celebrate, the folks at Flatout want to help you discover these delicious Baked Flatbread Crisps, and hear what you have to say about them! We’re listening! We want toknow how you like to eat your crisps, what you like to eat them with, where you buy them, where you would like to buy them, and more! It’s not just about us spreading awareness… Make us aware of your thoughts!

Throughout the month, we will devote Flatout News to Crisps Awareness.  We’ll offer fun facts, FLATOUT tasty ideas, and opportunities to win FREE Crisps.

Flatout Edgeon Crisps are available in four flavors:

Gimmemore Multigrain

Eataboatload Sea Salt (my personal favorite)

Ibrakefor Four Cheese

Gowildfer Garlic Herb

Flatout EdgeOn Crisps have 50% less fat than regular potato chips; they are a good source of fiber and ala omega 3; and they are made with 100% stone ground whole wheat.

March 23, 2010

The Flatout WILD WILD Western Omelette

Filed under: Breakfast — flatoutnews @ 2:02 pm

Check out the delicious Flatout Creation below. You’ll go WILD for it!

~ F.O. Crazy

All you need:

1 Original Flatout Wrap
3 strips Cooked bacon (turkey bacon is a great substitute!)
1/2 cup Red and green peppers
2 Eggs scrambled (1/2 cup) (egg whites are a flatout healthy substitute!)
2 slices Cheddar cheese (low fat Cheddar is a flatout healthy substitute!)

All you need to do:

On one rounded end of the Flatout Wrap, layer the scrambled eggs, bacon, cheddar cheese, and red and green peppers. Roll up tightly and use a thin layer of your favorite spread to seal the edge of the wrap. Place in the microwave for 25 seconds. Cut in half, serve, and enjoy!

March 17, 2010

FLATOUT FAN PAGE

Filed under: Flatout Fun — flatoutnews @ 8:53 am

Good Morning!

Visit the Flatout Fan Page. April is Flatout Crisps Awareness Month, and we will have some great news offered on the page as this month ends, and throughout April.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Flatout/10150101438350576?ref=ts

Or, search: flatout

~F.O. Crazy

March 16, 2010

Flatout Bacon and Eggs: when you are FLATOUT hungry in the morning!

Filed under: Breakfast — flatoutnews @ 1:13 pm

I’ve been receiving a lot of requests for breakfast recipes, and I gotta tell you,I flatout LOVE hearing from you guys! Keep emailing me at flatoutcrazy@flatoutbread.com. Questions, recipes, requests… the folks at Flatout absolutely love Flatout feedback!

The Flatout Bacon and Eggs recipe is great when you wake up hungry, and want to treat yourself to a hearty morning start.

All you need:

1 Original Flatout Flatbread

2 eggs scrambled, half cup

3 strips cooked bacon

2 slices Swiss cheese

All you need to do:

Warm the Flatout in the microwave for 15 seconds.On one rounded end: layer the Swiss slices (side by side), eggs and bacon. Roll tightly; cut and serve. Add breakfast potatoes and fresh fruit on the side to accompany the Flatout Bacon and Eggs.

March 10, 2010

WAKE UP CALL: The FO PB&J with SB&J

Filed under: Breakfast — flatoutnews @ 11:23 am

It’s morning, you’re tired, you’re strapped for time, you’re kids are hungry, and you want the family fed.. but you don’t have much time. You certainly don’t want tor resort to the sugar-packed cereals you know would be most convenient to plop on the table.

Here’s a wake up call: You don’t have to. We have a delicious and nutritious breakfast your family will love, and it takes only a few minutes to prepare:

The Flatout  Peanut Butter and Jelly with Strawberries, Bananas and Granola:

All you need:

1 original Flatout flatbread

2 tablespoons peanut butter

2 tablespoons strawberry jelly

1/2 banana, cut in 3 strips lengthwise

3 strawberries, cut each in 4 slices

1/4 cup granola

lemon juice (optional)*

All you need to do:

Spread peanut butter evenly over the Flatout. On bottom rounded end, spread jelly from side to side; layer: banana, strawberries, and granola.  Roll up tightly; cut in half wraps or 1 inch pinwheels.

*Soak banana slices in lemon juice to stop browning.

March 9, 2010

Flatout Breakfast: who needs bagels?!

Filed under: Breakfast — flatoutnews @ 1:28 pm

As you guys probably have noticed, I absolutely love Flatout and eggs together.  It is FLATOUT delicious and filling! if you are looking for a quicker breakfast, try out the new Flatout Creation one of our fans Jan came up with.  Flatout accompanied with cream cheese! The folks at Flatout tried this creation, and it is delicious! For a quick and convenient breakfast, spread cream cheese and sliced tomatos and cucumbers onto a Flatout flatbread.  You can fold, roll up, or eat open-faced.  It is tasty and flatout easy to prepare. Thanks, Jan!

March 3, 2010

Flatout Eggs-elent!

Filed under: Breakfast — flatoutnews @ 11:30 am

I’m all about kicking the day off on the right note.  I’ve always been a huge proponent of breakfast, because it provides energy, starts the day off right, and importantly, eating early is great for the metabolism. Flatout tastes great accompanying eggs on the side, but there are also many delicious ways to directly incorporarte eggs (or egg whites) with Flatout. I love to load veggies into my eggs, because they are filling and nutritious.  Also, cut up fruit or sliced tomatoes are great sides.

Check out my favorite – and most healthy- Flatout Eggs-elent Breakfast Creation.

The Mega Egg Wrap

All You Need:

-Flatout flatbread

– egg whites

– lots of vegetables chopped: tomatos, onions, spinach, mushrooms… whatever you prefer!

-OPTIONAL: fat-free cheese

All you need to do:

Scramble egg whites and vegetables in a skillet.  Once cooked, pour into a Flatout flatbread.  Add cheese if you would like, and let it melt into the warm eggs. Wrap, roll and enjoy!

~F.O. Crazy

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