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Pesto, Goat Cheese and Red Pepper Flatbread

Tired of the standard sandwich or salad at lunchtime? Or even Lean Cuisine or Smart One? Say goodbye to ordinary lunches friends!

The key to this dish are these Flatout tortillas/flatbreads. They’re high in fiber, low in carbs, low fat AND 100% whole wheat! Score.

Oh and did I mention they don’t taste like a “light” tortilla? Double score.

They make these in different flavors but I went with the Italian version so instead of using these for a wrap of some sort I used it as a pizza crust for a quick weekday lunch.

Oh and note: do not rush while making these and trying to get photos taken on your lunch bread. You could burn the crap out of your arm and go back to work with a weird, splotchy burn mark on your arm and have to roll your arm on a cold can of Diet Coke for an hour. But that’s strictly a hypothetical situation of course…

This is what you’ll need: one flatbread, prepared pesto, crumbled goat cheese and slices of red bell pepper. A log of goat cheese would work just the same but I just used what I had on hand.

Pesto, Goat Cheese and Red Pepper Flatbread

  • 1 Flatout flatbread
  • 3 heaping teaspoons prepared pesto
  • 1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese
  • slices of red bell pepper

Preheat broiled on high heat.

Spread pesto evenly on flatbread. Sprinkle goat cheese over pesto. Place red pepper strips on top.

Heat for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly and flatbread is crispy.

Slice it on up and enjoy! This was filling yet didn’t leave me overly full and I didn’t even notice that 2-3 o’clock slump feeling.

Now, time to finish up Teen Mom 2 before heading up to bed! These girls baffle me sometimes but I just can’t stop watching! True Life: I have a trashy TV addiction…

Goodnight y’all! 🙂

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