I found this flat bread at Walgreen's. It is called flat out. It is 100% stone ground whole wheat, 90 calories, 36% of day fiber requirement, no sugar and no fat. It is large and can be used as a base for a pizza or a huge burrito. Add your own imagination of healthy foods. I forgot to say it has the Best Life seal on it.
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Flatout WRAP with Flax! Great Balanced Bread thing -- Vegetarian's Dream
When I'm having problems balancing my Carbs/Fat/Protein I go to my fave new discovery, Flatout Flat Bread Wraps. 100 Calories for a good sized wrap that tastes sorta neutral so works well for a nut butter, tofu wrap, or any kind of sandwich and can also be used with some ricotta cheese and a nice strawberry topping (homemade from Chef Meg's recipi) to make a kind of crepe/blintz. Buy One Get One=Freeze Well!
Fat 2.5g Carbs 17g with 8 dietary fiber and only 1g of sugar 9 GRAMS of Protein
I absolutely love the Italian and Tomato light wraps. They have 90 calories each and 1/3 of your daily fiber. They make great flat bread pizzas, and I toast them in the oven for a light version of pita chips/slices to go with my vegetable soup. I also like to make tostados using these.
I bought this because I had a coupon, it was on sale, & it was made with whole grains & vegetables, fairly low in calories & carbs. (I got the Mushroom Trio & Spinach variety.) A serving size = 1/3 of a small, thin pizza ---which my husband said "wouldn't satisfy a cat." So we divided it in half (still only 375 calories) & topped it with broccoli & turkey pepperoni. My husband (who doesn't have an oz. of fat on him) added provolone slices & a half of a tortilla on top... (click title for more)
...of his half. It was probably a better choice than other frozen pizzas, but certainly not worth the full retail price. I didn't think it was worth the sale price minus the coupon, either. Next time I'll make my own with whole wheat flat bread or pitas. (See comment for sodium info.)
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