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I've been a fan of FlatOut Wraps for a while now (the FlatOut MultiGrain Wraps (Flatbread) are amazing), so when I saw FlatOut Kidz Original FlatBread in the grocery store, I was ready and willing to try it out. What makes them kid-specific, exactly? The only thing I could deduce was that they are kid-friendly because they are smaller and have recipes like PB& J with Strawberry, Banana & Granola and Cheesy Easy Pizza on the package; they also have no crust and are soft, as advertised, but that's no different from regular FlatOut Wraps.
I have to tell yah, These taste pretty darn good in my opinion. They're made with whole wheat flour, so they have a richer, heartier taste than regular flour tortillas. Plus they're soft and chewy. I like the oval shape and easy rollability (a word of my own invention). These are an easy base for sandwiches and pizzas.
Each 28 gram FlatOut Kidz Original Wrap provides 60 calories, 1 gram of total fat, 7% of the daily value for sodium, 16% of the DV for fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 4 grams of protein. Regular tortilla wraps are almost 1.5x this size/ weight. The ingredients list starts with water & whole wheat flour, and is not too complicated.
I picked these up on sale at 3 packs (of 5) for $5 - quite a bargain. These are perfect for snack and meal options, and at just 60 calories a piece, it won't break the bank if you have two or even three. There is also a White Whole Wheat FlatOut Kidz FlatBread, but I didn't see much of a difference in the nutrition facts.