Easy Weeknight Dinner – The Flatout

I would be lost without the Flatout.

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The Flatout is a staple in our house. It’s the answer to quick dinners, lunches, and everything in between… Linner? Is that what’s in between?

Spread almond butter and sliced banana on a Flatout for a pre-workout boost…or my breakfast some days.

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I want one of these right now. Flatout, Barney Butter Almond Butter, Banana. My favorite.

They’re a low carb alternative to your traditional lunch box sandwich.

Flat-Out, Hummus, Spinach, Orange Bell Pepper, Mesquite Turkey… Bliss.

Flatout, Hummus, Spinach, Orange Bell Pepper, Mesquite Turkey… Bliss.

And they make delicious pizzas….

The Carnivores very Carnivorous pizza. Flat-Out, pizza sauce, meat. He's a happy guy.

The Carnivore’s very carnivorous pizza. Flatout, pizza sauce, meat. He’s a happy guy.

The first time I made pizzas on these The Carnivore looked at me like I had 3 eyes. He has since changed his tune. Most nights we’re not home together at dinner time; either I’m teaching classes late, or he’s playing basketball late, so Flatout pizzas have become an easy dinner solution that even he can make… and they are much better for you than the traditional pie!

He likes his plain, loaded with meat. Duh. The more meat the better for this guy!

Some of my favorite combinations are BBQ Chicken – BBQ sauce, shredded chicken, caramelized onions, and mozzarella. Or MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE – Basil pesto, proscuitto, figs, caramelized onions, and goat cheese. It just feels fancy. 😉 And delicious.

Directions: Pre-heat oven to 375. Place your Flatout directly on the oven rack. Bake for 5 min. or so until your Flatout is crispy enough for you. We like ours CRISPY, so I leave mine in for a little bit longer. When finished, remove from oven and place on cookie sheet. Load with your favorite pre-cooked toppings, and return to oven until cheese is melted.

At only 100 calories per Flatout, these will satisfy your pizza craving without wreaking havoc on your health goals.

This is not a sponsored post. I just really love Flatouts.

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