Flatout News

January 29, 2010

Flatout Snowman Pizza

Filed under: Flatout Fun, Kids, Pizza Pizza! — flatoutnews @ 12:11 pm

It’s cold out there! This winter season, I have been having a lot of fun staying warm indoors.  Check out the Flatout Creation below.  Next time you have company or want to surprise your family with a fun snack or meal, try out our Snowman Pizza. It is absolutely delicious, and best of all, it is fun to decorate, serve, and eat!

All you need:

One Flatout Flatbread

Cooking Scissors or Snowman Cookie Cutter

1/2 Cup Tomato Sauce

1 Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Olive Oil

Pineapple, Peppers, Olives… anything you prefer for buttons and other snowman features… get creative!

All you need to do:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the Flatout Flatbread into one big snowman.  Or, using  snowman/round cookie cutters, you could make smaller snowmen.  It all depends on who the pizza is for/the size you want/how you are serving.  Brush with olive oil.  Cook directly on grate for seven minutes.  Take the snowman/or snowmen out of the oven, and add tomato sauce and cheese.  Cook for five more minutes.  Remove from the oven, and add buttons and facial features to the snowman.  Enjoy!

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December 26, 2009

The Holiday Season: School is CLOSED!

Filed under: Kids, Lunch — flatoutnews @ 4:49 pm

With winter break around the corner, I thought I’d provide some Flatout lunch options.  If your kids are anything like mine, they are always looking for different lunch options… that can be prepared quickly for them.   Below is a list of some quick and versatile options.

Flatout Grilled Cheese

Flatout Fajita Bar

Flatout Pizza

Flatout PB&J

Flatout Hotdog

To accompany the meal… Flatout EdgeOn Crisps of course!

Enjoy spending time with the kids.  I know I will!

November 9, 2009

Flatout for Kids too!

Filed under: Kids — flatoutnews @ 2:50 pm

Call me Flatout Crazy, but Flatout really is the greatest thing since sliced bread, especially for kids.  Some children truly have an aversion to bread crust.  In fact, according to Sara Lee research, 37% of kids ask to have the crust removed from their bread.  Instead of spending time cutting crust, cut corners with Flatout bread!Untitled

Flatout Flatbread cut in half or into pinwheels are just the right size for small hands and big appetites.  Check out the nutrition facts below for Flatout Multi-Grain with Flax.

Flatout Multi-Grain with Flax

Serving Size: 1 flatbread

Serving Per Container:6

Calories: 100

Total Fat: 2.5g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 280 mg

Total Carbohydrate: 17 g

Dietary Fiber: 9 g

Sugars: 1 g

Protein: 9 g


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