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Flatout Flatbread Review

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About (taken from website): Founded over 10 years ago by a local Michigan deli owners, Stacey & Mike Marsh. Trend setters that they are, the Marsh’s were serving wraps with special flatbread they were importing from California. Customers would come from all over Michigan for their famous flatbread “sandwiches.” After years of owning delis, Stacey & Mike decided bread was truly their passion and Flatout was born. Headquartered in Saline, Michigan, the folks at Flatout aim to provide delicious flatbreads and crisps that are also nutritious. Our products are made with the highest quality ingredients and a little love goes into every batch!

Review: Both my teenagers pack lunches for school and get a little sick of just bread for their sandwiches. I try to mix up buying different fillers and lunch meats, but they get really bored. Flatout bread helps break up the boring-ness of lunch.

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Flatout Traditional: This bread is perfect for wraps. They only have 2 grams of fat and high in fiber. They can be used to make pizzas or I would even use them for burritos when I have taco night.

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Fold It: Fold it bread is low in fat (1 gram) and high in fiber. These are perfect fold overs for sandwiches. Great tasting with BLT, grilled cheese and even lunch meat sandwiches. They are great for lunches. They are “pre-flavored” with Rosemary & Olive Oil which tastes great with a mayo dressing on the sandwich.

Hungry Girl Fold It: 100% whole wheat with flax. Super high in fiber, low fat and a great source of Omega 3. My son uses these for lunch the most. He likes to make peanut butter sandwiches. His words is “this bread is delicious”.

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Flat Out: Whole Grain with Flax. Made with 100% whole wheat. Great source of protein, high in fiber and low in fat. Great for sandwiches, wraps and even pizzas.

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Flatout Artisan Thin Pizza Crust: This pizza crust is a very simple way to make pizza. I let my 14 year old make pizza for dinner and it only took 6 minutes to cook. Pre-cook the crust for 2 minutes, put your toppings on and bake for 4 more minutes and done! And it tastes great!!

Foldit Sliders: Great healthy bread for your slider burgers. I have a toddler so I have actually made him little peanut butter sandwiches on this bread and one is enough for his picky behind 🙂 

 

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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

7 Comments

  1. Great Ideas for the lunches because I agree same same gets boring for them I’ll have to see if I can find any in my area for tacos too

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