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Flatout Tiramisu Cake

Flatout flatbread can take you anywhere your appetite leads you, even if you’re craving a rich, completely decadent dessert like tiramisu. This extraordinary no-bake dessert can be made that much healthier with flatbread!

Your friends will all want the recipe, guaranteed. Our video shows you what a snap it is to make:

We #FlatoutLove this dessert!

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Ham & Cheese Quiche Spirals

Busy mornings can be challenging. But a balanced breakfast with protein and fiber is a great way to start your day. Preparing such a breakfast doesn’t have to be time consuming or stressful. Thanks to the versatility of Flatout Flatbreads, you can easily whip up a delicious breakfast packed full of fiber and protein in very little time. In fact, this Flatout Ham & Cheese Quiche Spiral recipe can be made in advance and then stored in your refrigerator or freezer to be quickly reheated as the perfect grab-and-go option on even the busiest of mornings. At 3 SmartPoints® value, each quiche is a good source of fiber and an excellent source of protein. Pair it with some fresh fruit and be on your way!

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Egg Benedict Sandwich

Love brunch? How about bottomless mimosas, eggs exactly the way you like them, and staying in your pajamas? If you nodded your head to all of these, then I dare you to try something totally novel and unique this weekend…stay home! Don’t get me wrong! It’s nice to be served at a restaurant. But waiting in lines, ugh. And waking up, getting dressed, and leaving the house, just like every other day of the week, ugh. And paying good money for eggs that never come out quite right, double ugh.

Breakfast at home can be so wonderful, especially if you love brunch. The coffee is fresh and hot. You get to choose the music. You can linger over the last mimosa without getting a stinkeye from anyone waiting to eat, and BEST OF ALL you get to wear anything you want. Oh, and it’s way more economical, too. (Let’s be real; there’s nothing worse than a huge bill after a so-so brunch.) So crank up the Miles Davis and do brunch at the hottest place in town…yours!

If you have a pot and a pan, some eggs and some ham, you are mere moments away from brunch bliss. All you have to do is stock up on cava and orange juice, find your favorite Foldit flatbread, and whip up this breakfast sammie that’s inspired by an old school brunch staple, eggs Benedict.

The flatbread works well in this recipe when you get it nice and crispy in the pan. Foldits are fab when you crave something with bread but at times a bun is a bit too much…bun. These little beauties take whatever you can fill them with and taste great to boot. You won’t even miss the English muffin, promise.

And you make a better short order chef than most others out there, when it comes to cooking eggs. It’s easy to cook them up just the way everyone pleases, for all your runny yolk fans to your hard boiled egg lovers.

I hope you’re up to the challenge. Maybe in a couple weeks you’ll start a new flatbread brunch tradition: staying home on the weekends!

-Amy at Flatout

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Smoked Trout Breakfast Wrap

Smoked trout with eggs: a classic combination perfectly suited for special breakfasts and brunches, or if you just feel like going the extra mile ahead of a grueling work week.

smoked trout breakfast wrap

In my city, there’s a tiny little place on the very outskirts of the city limits that smokes their own fish. It’s just a little house on the side of the road, next to a huge drawbridge, and it takes forever for me to get there, but it’s so, so worth it.

It’s not very well known by everyone, but to some it’s famous, as evidenced by all the celebrity photographs, newspaper articles, and James Beard awards. When you walk in you’re greeted by the mouth watering smell of a dozen or so different kinds of smoked fish lining the glass butcher cases, and they only take cash, so come prepared!

The place is so small they don’t have any seating, except for a couple picnic tables outside overlooking the river and the smokehouse. When the weather is nice, the tables come in handy, but most people just grab stuff to go or even eat in their cars. Many a visit was spent eating bits of fish out of a paper bag in my car while the radio played. Too many to count.

Because is there anything more delectable than a good piece of smoked fish? I think not. This flatbread recipe uses smoked trout, but really, any smoked fish is good fish, so use your favorite, if you have one. Hopefully you have a good source for fish where you live, but if not, I’ll be happy to give you directions to mine!

-Amy at Flatout

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Easy Smoked Salmon Breakfast Wrap

This delicious wrap comes together in mere minutes! Warm, fluffy eggs combine with luxurious smoked salmon, velvety cream cheese, and fresh veggies in this super-fast breakfast that’ll have you out the door in no time flat.

It’s scrumptiously full of protein, fiber and veggies to keep you powered up all morning long!

Plus, the only cooking you have to do is the quick scrambling of a couple eggs. Which is actually a great thing, because those warm, fluffy eggs are a fantastic counterpoint to the soft schmear of cream cheese and the cool, briny richness of the salmon. Get those eggs scrambled, layer it all together, and you’re done!

In just minutes, breakfast is served! And you’re out the door, powered up for your busy morning …

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Maple Bacon B’Fast Burrito

Turn breakfast from ho-hum to A-HA! with this make ahead flatbread breakfast burrito filled with bacon, eggs, spinach, and a hint of maple syrup. They’re a snap to make in batches to freeze for when you’re running late, which makes them a real life-saver when you need breakfast fast. We used a high protein, low carb flatbread with sea salt and crushed black pepper, but any of our flatbread flavors will work! Our video runs you through the steps:

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Herbed Omelet Wrap

Need a way to incorporate all those fresh, green summer herbs growing around you everywhere in the garden? Summer is the time to take advantage of all the wonderful flavor herbs can add to your favorite recipes, so grab some scissors and snip, snip, snip some savory greens to add to any meal you make.

If you have a window, you have space to grow even the smallest of kitchen herb gardens right outside on the window sill or ledge. Herbs like to grow packed together, and they all grow pretty harmoniously with one another, so all you have to do is pick your favorites and throw them in some good quality soil. They’ll do the rest and you’ll get to reap the rewards!

Last year, before I had a garden space, I grew all my herbs in window boxes and I loved being able to reach through my window for lemon thyme or fresh oregano when inspiration struck. Now that I have a little more garden space, I’ve added some flowers for the bees, and there’s a bit more balance to things.

Mostly, I’d much prefer to grow things to eat than flowers, but I usually add some color to my window boxes in the way of something effortless and self-maintaining like petunias. I always sneak in some nasturtiums (the flowers and the leaves are edible) and fresh basil in with everything so I can have something edible, too.

Fresh herbs at your beck and call makes me feel so lucky! I’m adding mint leaves to my ice water, fresh basil to my flatbread pizzas, and cilantro to my wraps. This flatbread recipe takes a classic two egg omelet, a smattering of goat cheese, and all the fresh herbs you like, and rolls it up into an easy to eat, delicious whole grain flatbread that you can take with you as a special, anything-but-ordinary breakfast. Feel free to use any herbs you like, get creative!

-Amy at Flatout

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