Flatout News

November 16, 2009


Filed under: Flatout Fun — flatoutnews @ 3:58 am

I love the folks at Flatout, because like me, they are innovative and resourceful.  They understand that food’s fun, and they know how to have fun with it!

Because Flatout is versatile bread, it is really easy for me to incorporate it into several meals and cuisines at all times of the day for all kinds of people.  Kids, adults, breakfast, dessert—this bread is Flatout AWESOME! I offer my friends at Flatout recipes, tips and ideas all the time, because I’m so crazy about the bread.  Flatout’s Artisan FOLD it Flatbread is one of my Flatout favorites, because it compliments my favorite foods nicely.

A piece of Artisan FOLD It Flatbread:

Contains 100 Calories

Contains Flax, an excellent source of ALA Omega 3s

Contains 8 g of fiber, or 30% of the daily value of fiber

Contains 8 g of whole grain

folditIf that alone isn’t Flatout impressive to you, I don’t know what is! FOLD it Flatbread is available in a variety of flavors including Rosemary and Olive Oil, Traditional Country, and 5 Grain Flax.  I love taking a delicious meat or salad and folding it into a delicious sandwich.  Turkey burgers, beef burgers, veggie burgers, grilled chicken, turkey off the bone and salads are just a few of my favorites to add to a FOLD It Flatbread.  Check it out!


1 Comment »

  1. Love the Flatout news!!!! Great addition to your site!
    Great recipes and ideas…I tried the fold it bread after I read about it here.. Buying it all the time now.

    Comment by Patricia — December 2, 2009 @ 3:03 am

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