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Picnic Wrap

Few things are better than a well made spinach salad, especially one loaded with chicken, sweet strawberries, pecans, and goat cheese. This flatbread wrap has that in spades, plus it’s easy to eat almost anywhere, from car seats to checkered blankets.

Is it a salad? Is it a sandwich? The perfect picnic food may, in fact, be somewhere in-between, thanks to flatbread. Our video gets to the heart of the matter:

If you love eating outdoors, you’ll #FlatoutLove this picnic wrap!

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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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Rustic Chickpea Spread with Flatbread Parmesan Crisps

Every month I have been trying to incorporate a dip recipe into the mix, so I have the excuse to bake up a bunch of flatbread chips in the oven, each batch flavored a different way. We are great noshers in our household. In fact, I think my better half, before we met, ate most of his meals standing up at the counter with the refrigerator door wide open, for light…when we met we had snacking in common, so we both love and appreciate the versatility (and low carb count) of flatbread chips. Season them, squirt some lime juice on them, bake them. Perfect for healthy snacking.

This simple chickpea spread is perfect to make in a hurry when you have the munchies and need some protein. It’s a dip that works perfectly with the richness of the parmesan cheese baked onto the flatbread chips, and gives a nice Italian flavor to the whole affair, too.
You’re gonna love it!

Amy at Flatout

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