How cute are these little flatbread rollups? A super simple riff on a classic BLT, with a bit of extra protein oomph from sliced turkey is a snacker’s dream come true.
I’m finally growing my own tomatoes this year. Every other day I’m over at my community garden plot, weeding, watering and coaxing my tomatoes to grow up, up, up into their sturdy wire cages. I WILL have homegrown tomatoes. There will be no excuses this year! No longer will I pay $8/pound for heirloom tomatoes; I will have my own.
Sigh. If I’m being honest, I probably will end up paying (at least) $8/pound on my own tomatoes, if you count the cost of the garden plot, plants, fertilizer, compost, cages, chicken wire, supplies, not to mention blood, sweat, and tears. But there’s something pretty great about having a little piece of land to call your own, albeit temporarily.
The best thing to do with tomatoes? Duh. A BLT. And an even better thing? The TBLT. This flatbread roll-up makes a lovely breakfast for the savory protein lover, a fail-safe lunch at your desk, or a shareable snack for you and your office mate if you have to work late.
Need a quick appetizer for an impromptu potluck party? Look no further than flatbread and make the TBLT, cut it into slices and hold each piece together with a skewer or toothpick. So much more delicious than most of the stuff that people bring, I guarantee. Few can resist the power of the TBLT! And at 4 SmartPoints® value per serving, why would you?
-Amy at Flatout
- 1 Flatout Flatbread Flavorit wrap
- 2 ounces deli style low sodium turkey breast
- 2 slices cooked turkey bacon
- 1 tablespoon fat-free mayonnaise
- 1-2 slices ripe beefsteak tomato
- 1/2 cup iceberg lettuce, shredded
- 1 deli dill pickle spear
- Salt and freshly ground pepper
To assemble the flatbread wrap, layer the turkey, turkey bacon, tomato (with a sprinkle of salt and pepper) pickle, and lettuce in one direction on the flatbread. Top with a dollop of mayonnaise, the roll up the flatbread, beginning at the rounded end. Cut into pieces.
Suggested Flatout: Light - Garden Spinach, Light - Italian Herb, Light - Original, Light - Sundried Tomato
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