Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Fun Day Giveaway: Flat Out & Last Week's Winners!

Happy Sunday! Summer is definitely heating up with warm temps. How are you keeping cool this summer? This week's giveaway will certainly help you make some quick meals that will help you stay cool, but before we get to that, we've got a winner to announce! Last week the featured giveaway was Onion Crunch! This crispy, onion topping are awesome on top of hot dogs and burgers, as well as in recipes like onion dip and in salads. Here's a big Congratulations to the winner of this past week's giveaway! Please shoot me an email at [email protected] to claim your prize...
Onion Crunch!
 
Winner: Comment #11!

So as I mentioned, summer days often meals cool and light meals. Who wants to be in a hot kitchen anyway? Well, this week's Sunday Fun Day Giveaway will make it easier to whip up a quick and summer friendly meal. But first, an introduction. My friend Jenn, the fabulous foodie blogger of Eating Bender, and I met awhile back at a food bloggers dinner at TRU restaurant. Since then, we've kept in touch and happened to run into each other at the National Restaurant Show a couple months ago. She's currently working with a delicious food company called, FlatOut Breads.

Flatout was founded in 1998 by restaurant owner Stacey Marsh. Headquartered in Saline, Michigan, the folks at Flatout aim to provide delicious flatbreads and crisps that are also nutritious. Flatout products not only taste delicious, but they are affordable, versatile, and nutritious. They come in a variety of flavors, sizes and there's something for every taste!
Flatout Flatbread...
comes in the following flavors: Original, Italian Herb, Sundried Tomato, Garden Spinach, Southwest Chipotle, Flatout Light, Whole Grain White, Multi-Grain, Harvest Wheat, Flatout Minis, Flatout Kidz

Flatout FOLDit...
comes in the following flavors: Traditional Country, 5 Grain Flax, Rosemary & Olive Oil

Flatout Edgeon Crisps...
comes in the following flavors: Garlic Herb, Four Cheese, Sea Salt, Multigrain

Now if you're thinking these are just the typical flatbread wrap, think again! Flatout flatbreads have received some impressive awards for how nutritious they are. They've been awarded 2009: America's Healthiest Food (by Health Magazine). If you're on Weight Watchers, Flatout flatbreads is a Weight Watchers friendly item too.

Thanks to Jen, I had a large sampling of Flatout products to try. From the flatbreads, Foldits, and the EdgeOn Crisps, what we've had so far were all very good! We haven't had a chance to get to all of the products since Jen was super generous (thank you Jen!) but we've made a handful of wraps with the original and Italian Herb flatbreads. The traditional country Foldits were perfect for wraps my son could eat and the sea salt EdgeOn Crisps were perfect with dips to snack on. We can't wait to try the rest we got, but so far, it's been a family pleaser!

I especially like that Flatout flatbreads have made some meals easier. We've mainly used them for quick and healthy lunches but also enjoyed wraps for dinner on hot summer nights. So this week's Sunday Fun Day Giveaway is compliments of FlatOut Breads. A winner will receive some Flatout goodies to enjoy!

Some guidelines:
- Giveaway is only for those who live in the United States - my apologies to my non-United States readers!
- You must check back in a week when winners are announced and email me to claim your prize if you win.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment answering: 
What's in your favorite wrap sandwich?

Deadline: Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 12 midnight CST.

One winner will be randomly chosen by Random.Org's Interger Generator based on the number of your comment and will be announced on Sunday, July 17, 2011, within next week's Sunday Fun Day Giveaway. Good luck!

Full Disclosure: The giveaways are sponsored by the same company that provided me with the food related product to reviewProducts I review and offer as a giveaway are ones I personally recommend and would use/enjoy myself and opinions reflected are mine alone.