Flatout News

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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2 Comments »

  1. I love this recipe! I’ve been looking for a healthy way to start my day and this recipe keeps me full til lunch! Thanks for the recipe!

    Comment by Evilyn — March 23, 2010 @ 9:44 pm

  2. I am so glad you enjoy the Mega Egg Wrap, Evilyn! It is my personal Flatout Creation. I kick off almost every morning with this wrap! Keep us posted on your favorite and personal Flatout Creations!

    ~F.O. Crazy

    Comment by Flatout Crazy — March 24, 2010 @ 2:12 pm


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