The one that started it all! Now THIS one, I could (and did!) eat everyday for a week. It's part Greek salad and part Mediterranean platter.
Slather as much or as little hummus on the flatbread, then layer on the veggies, the olives, and then the feta. Devour.
This one is probably the easiest, and takes the least amount of prep time. And SO good.
marinara or pizza sauce
pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, or whatever toppings (all optional)
Spread marinara sauce over flatbread (I usually buy the 10 for $10 Kroger brand sauce and keep it in the fridge just for these pizzas. It works perfectly!). Sprinkle as much or as little cheese over the sauce, top with assorted toppings (if wanted. I usually just leave it plain cheese and sprinkle on some basil!). Put in toaster oven and watch carefully (it can burn quickly in there!). Remove once cheese is melted. The flatbread gets crispy on the outside but still slightly soft on the inside, and you'd never know it wasn't a real pizza crust. So much healthier than the frozen ones. And tastes better too!
3. Bacon Avocado Club Flatbread
This one is probably my favorite flatbread that I have made thus far. We had an avocado that needed to be eaten before it went bad, some bacon left over from the weekend, and it all came together for the perfect lunch. A teeny bit of cooking, but nothing difficult or time consuming.
ham or turkey deli meat
1 avocado (or half an avocado, depending on how much avocado you like), sliced
2 strips of bacon, coked (the bacon I used was only 60 calories for 2 strips!)
Roughly tear ham or turkey (whatever you've got on hand) and lay over flatbread. Slice up an avocado and lay over the top of the meat. Fry up some bacon, crumble, and sprinkle it over the avocado. Voila! Lunch is served. The deli meat is slightly sweet, the avocado rich, and the bacon is crispy and salty. It was very filling and SO good.
4. Mexican Chicken Flatbread
We have leftover chicken at least once a week. We always have salsa, always have shredded cheddar cheese, and have sour cream pretty much all the time too. Not only did we have every ingredient on hand, but I actually ate leftovers for lunch! It eats like a quesadilla, but the whole wheat flatbread is much healthier and heartier than a simple tortilla.
leftover chicken, shredded or chopped (bonus if it's slow cooker taco chicken like mine was. Rotisserie chicken would be great too)
Shredded cheddar cheese
Place chicken on flatbread, sprinkle with cheese. Heat in toaster oven until cheese is melted. Top with salsa and sour cream! Ole!
5. Ham and Cream Cheese Flatbread
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