We all know I’m a fan of the chocolate banana peanut butter combo. (Really, who isn’t?) Well, I’ve found yet another way to enjoy it. Not only is it healthy (ok, the chocolate chips being healthy is debatable…), but more importantly it’s loaded with protein. And when I mean loaded, I mean loaded. Look at this beauty:
You can’t really see the ooey gooey goodness inside the wrap, so you’ll just have to take my word for it. And it’s crazy simple to make, too. All you need is: a Flatout ProteinUP Core 12 wrap, a banana, coconut oil, peanut butter, and chocolate chips. (Powdered sugar for a light dusting at the end if you want to get all fancy.) First, slightly warm up the wrap by toasting or microwaving it for a short time. Then, slather a layer of peanut butter over the whole thing (don’t skimp!). Next, cook your bananas in coconut oil. This is a very important step; do not substitute coconut oil for anything else! Once your banana slices have cooked long enough, scatter them on the wrap, followed by chocolate chips. Eat up!
Now let me tell you how these wraps are so protein-packed. Flatout Flatbread just launched a line of high protein, low carb flatbread wraps to help people access the power of protein without excess carbs. Each flatbread has 12g to 15g of protein (from beans not protein isolates so they taste great!) and only 8g to 10g net carbs (more than two eggs!). That’s three flavors that you’ll #FlatoutLove:
- Core 12: Flatout’s original wrap recipe, made with chickpeas
- Red Pepper Hummus: powered by chickpeas
- Sea Salt & Crushed Black Pepper: brought to you by navy beans
HERE is a buy-one-get-one free coupon on any Flatout.
Many of my friends and other people I know are not that into using protein powder as a way to increase their protein intake. I totally get it (though I don’t mind protein powder). These ProteinUP wraps are the answer. There are so many different ways you can eat them, and twelve grams of protein in the wrap alone is huge! Not to mention the additional protein you get from whatever you put inside!
Walmart just began carrying Flatout’s new ProteinUP wraps. Since this is a new product roll-out they might not be available at every Walmart, but they are at Publix, too. Check around. These are seriously perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, pre/post workout, dessert, you name it!
I have three packages of these flatouts, and they are awesome for any meal. Stuff them with eggs for breakfast. Tuna or chicken salad or turkey for lunch. Buffalo chicken for dinner. Veggies and cheese for snack. Chocolate chip banana peanut butter for a sweet treat. I could go on and on.
Article of interest: Do The Math For A Healthy Lunch via FitFluential
I’m still stickin’ to my story that chocolate chips can be healthy… Everything in moderation, right? RIGHT!
What would YOU stuff your Flatout ProteinUP with?
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Flatout.