Flatout Hard-boiled Egg Pinwheels


Being an athlete with diabetes means making sure every meal provides you with a good source of quality carbohydrates and lean protein. These egg pinwheels certainly don’t disappoint. The combination of Flatout flatbread, egg, and Greek yogurt provide a rich source of protein to help build and repair muscle after an intense workout. The whole grain carbohydrates from the flatbread will help to replenish energy stores without spiking blood sugar levels.

This creamy, egg-rich flatbread recipe has all the flavors of deviled eggs in a rolled up wrap that makes a fun mid-morning snack or appetizer if shared, or a rich protein filled lunch on your own. The egg is the perfect food, and with avocado and flatbread, it’s divine.

Serves: 2
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Flatout Hard-boiled Egg Pinwheels


  • 1 Flatout flatbread wrap
  • 1/2 large avocado
  • 2 tablespoon plain Greek yogurt
  • 1-2 teaspoons dried dill
  • 1 teaspoon celery salt
  • 1 Roma tomato, thinly sliced
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs


Lay the flatbread on a clean surface. Mash avocado with Greek yogurt, dill, and celery salt and spread out on flatbread. Lay thinly sliced tomato in a single line. Place whole, hard-boiled eggs on top of your tomatoes then fold ends of flatbread in and roll up. Spear a little avocado mixture at the end of the wrap when finished rolling to help seal it closed. Cut the flatbread wrap in 4 parts (3 cuts – 1 in the center of the wrap and 2 cuts right in the middle of each whole hard-boiled egg).

Suggested Flatout: Light - Italian Herb, ProteinUp - Core12

Nutrition Analysis:
Recipe Makes 2 Servings
Analysis based on 1 serving


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