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I’m Obsessed With Flatout Artisan Thin Pizza Crust!

IMG_3975Today’s blog post was inspired by my recent quest to find a new recipe for our freezer meal club.  We have a ton of great ones already, but I am always looking to add new ones.41aSdq3sTbL._AC_UL320_SR198,320_I found a Thai Chicken recipe (similar to the one we published a few days ago) that was supposed to be served over a flatbread. As I was trying to find flatbread at HEB, the helpful store manager told me about a new product called Flatout that was AMAZING!!!  IMG_3969I actually froze the thin pizza crust because I was trying to see how it would fair as a freezer meal.  The next day I decided to make the pizzas for lunch so that my family could be my guinea pigs. I took them out of the package and laid them on my counter.  It only took a couple of minutes to defrost. IMG_3973There are many reasons why I think these thin pizza crusts are so great.  First, there is no preparation (you just put them in the oven for a few minutes with toppings on top).  Each crust (which is a great size) is only 120 calories.  You can make them as healthy or unhealthy as you want.  I threw some kale chopped salad over one and sprinkled a tiny bit of mozzarella. It was so good and not many calories!IMG_3985On the other ones I put turkey pepperoni, mozzarella, marinara sauce, bbq sauce, thai chicken, etc. IMG_3975-2This will be my new staple to keep in my freezer because they are so good and easy.  I love that you can just throw ingredients that you have on hand.  IMG_3982Overall everyone gave the pizzas two thumbs up.  They even liked the kale!  You can buy Flatout thin pizza crust at most stores (HEB, Kroger, Fiesta).  Flatout even has a website with a ton of recipes!

My question for you, what would you put on this crust to make it healthy, but tasty? 

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