20.10.12

A Halloween Party To Remember With Flatout Thin Crust Flatbread #flatoutpizza

We were so excited to work with The Motherhood and Flatout this October to help introduce the three new Flatout Thin Crust Flatbread! We received all three not only to try out, but to use as part of delicious snacks for a Halloween party.

We received the Heritage Wheat Flatout Flatbread, Spicy Italian Flatout Flatbread and the Rustic White Flatout Flatbread!


Why try Flatout?
The great thing about Flatout Flatbread is that making a pizza dinner is easier than ever! You can make a delicious pizza in about 6 minutes. I love thin crust pizza already, so knowing it is easy to prep just adds to the appeal! Plus, you can grill or bake it. We decided to put Flatout to the test and make our own pizza just the way the kids like it AND invite the extended family to come over for all the Halloween and pizza fun!

Flatout Thin Crust Flatbread is a great source of fiber, is only 120 calories per piece and contains 7 grams of protein. Plus, you can purchase the bags, which are shelf-stable for 14 days, at Walmart for only $2.98! So, you can make an easy dinner for a great price. Josiah and Liam love to keep things simple, so all I needed to buy was some pizza sauce and cheese! Easy-peasy! Each of the flatbread packages contained 6 long pieces of flatbread, so we had plenty for a great dinner.

How easy was it?
First I pre-heated the oven to 350 degrees. Then, I put the flatbread on a cookie sheet and toasted for 2 minutes. I took it out, slapped on some pizza sauce and cheese. Then I placed it back in the oven for about 4 more minutes and, voila', it was finished and smelling great!
One of the delicious pizzas we made!
The favorite among all the adults was the Spicy Italian Flatout Thin Crust Flatbread because it is already perfectly seasoned and goes along perfectly with the pizza ingredients. It has a little spice, but isn't too spicy (in my opinion). The kids seemed to prefer the Rustic White flatbread and my husband always eats wheat bread, so he was excited to eat the Heritage Wheat pizza we made.

This was the easiest meal I have made in quite a while and it really was a hit! For the party we got several decorations and I decided to put them up on our mantle to display. Several of the pumpkins light up and others make noises, which you can't tell from the picture, but they looked awesome!
 I really can't ask for anything more when making dinner and especially when throwing a party. No more elaborate dishes for me. Keeping it simple with Flatout Flatbread is the way to go! It's delicious, easy and everyone is sure to love it. I know all of our guests asked for more information and couldn't wait to give it a try, too! After I told them it only took 6 minutes to make they wanted to give it a try even more.
An awesome witch plate with a piece of pizza!
You should put Flatout to the test, too. Then come back and let me know what you think. I bet you will have nothing but amazing things to say about it. Be sure to check back this week for our Flatout Thin Crust Flatbread Giveaway! You do NOT want to miss it, believe me!

Disclosure: This post was written for Flatout in conjunction with The Motherhood. I was compensated to conduct this review and party, though all opinions are 100% mine and only mine. 

12 comments:

Karen Glatt said...

This Flatout bread is so delicious! I bought buy one get one free at Safeway this summer, and the bread is so delicious! I did not think about making pizza with it! I like the pizza that you made, and I bet it tasted amazing!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I have never tried Flatout bread but it looks so delicious I will have to try these soon.

akronugurl said...

i have never tired Flatout bread but it looks good and i wanna try it

-stephanie j

sandy1955 said...

We haven't tried this as of yet but we will. Love our pizzas
Sandy VanHoey

Evelyn Damptey said...

The spicy italian is the one I want to try. It looks so good and seems yummy

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Heather Panjon said...

I Love The Idea Of Using The Flatbread for A Pizza, Looks Easy And Delish !:)

Mama on a Green Mission said...

That looks so easy and so good!!! Our kind of dinner! We MUST try this! :)

sara ford said...

Yummy pizza you can always get a kid to eat pizza

Gina Brickell said...

I absolutely love pizza and dinner night with pizza is so easy and hassle free! Would definitely love to try these!!

rogXue said...

looks yummy!

tannawings said...

Anything pizza is a good thing by me and I like the way flatout works well for a healthy and alternative style crust

ellen beck
tannawings at gmail dot com

Thomas Murphy said...

This pizza sounds really good! I think I will give it a try this weekend, thanks for letting me know.

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