Sunday, November 14, 2010

Flatout Recipes

Three Flatout, all the FATOUT, delicious recipes!
How many times do you need to "bring the snack or appetizer"?  These are simple to make and you can come up with great combinations  and have a beautiful dish to share.  Here are a few of my favorites that were featured on the Flatout page this week... I wanted to reference the recipes here too.

Slimming World Turkey Dilly Rolls

1 flatout of your choice
1/3 cup fat free Greek yogurt
3 sprigs fresh dill or 1 Tablespoon dried dill
1 chopped green onion
3 slices turkey
chopped lettuce
 3 sliced grape tomatoes
Freshly ground pepper

Mix yogurt and snipped fresh dill.  Spread evenly over flatout bread.  Sprinkle with chopped green onion.  Lay slices of turkey to cover surface of bread. Put a row of chopped lettuce down through the middle.  Top with sliced tomatoes and freshly ground pepper.  Roll tightly and refrigerate until ready to slice.  Slice evenly in 10 rounds.

That green stuff is called micro Arugula and it has a very peppery distinct flavor...pure YUM!

Horsey Beef Rolls

1 Flatout of your choice
2 TBSP Fat Free Cream Cheese
½ TBSP Fat Free Greek Yogurt
1 ½ teaspoons horseradish
3 slices lean roast beef
2 thin slices swiss cheese
Arugula ( I bought fresh Micro arugula near the spices)

Mix cream cheese, Greek Yogurt and horseradish.  Layer  roast beef, swiss cheese and arugula.  Roll and refrigerate until ready to cut into rounds and serve.

Turkey Curry Apple Rolls

 1 Flatout flatbread
2 TBSP Fat Free Cream Cheese
½ teaspoon sweet curry powder or to taste
3 slices turkey
chopped coleslaw mix
chopped apple with peel
Walden Farms Thousand Island salad dressing

Mix cream cheese and curry powder.  Spread evenly across Flatout bread round.  Layer with turkey, coleslaw mix and chopped apple.  Drizzle with a small amount of Walden Farms Fat Free Thousand Island salad dressing.  Roll and refrigerate until ready to cut into rounds and serve.

Hope you love these as much as me! There is no reason whatsoever that you should eat BLAH food!  Make it pretty and make it tasty and make your mouth happy to eat it and your tummy will be happy too and your brain will be satisfied that you ate!  I am just amazed at the wonder of Fat Free Greek Yogurt, but then, that will be a post for another day!

Enjoy y'all!

1 comment:

  1. This all looks absolutely delicous! Unfortunately, we don't carry some of the ingredients here in the UK (the flat out bread, for example).

    I'm originally from California, and my mom sends me stuff from the US all the time. I need to get my hands on some of the US Slimming World books so I can more easily check out the syns on things!