I was excited to try Flat Out Flatbread. Only 3 points each and I read somewhere I could make a pizza out of it! YAHOO, right?
For me, not so much. In my best approximation, I feel like the flatbread itself tasted like cardboard, which had been made from dirt. Look, I know it's all whole-grainy, low Weight Watchers-pointy, and low-carby, but holy crap. Despite the fact that it was only 3 points per generous piece (and just 6 points for the cheese pizza I made with it), I would much rather cut a burrito size tortilla in half and use that for the same amount of points. I made one of these little pizzas for me using the Flat Out bread and one for my husband using the tortilla. Needless to say his looked (and tasted) MUCH better.
Every time I took a bite, I would have to sort of fold it over in my mouth so none of the flatbread was exposed to my offended taste buds.
I was really and truly excited about this product, and maybe I just need to try another variety (they have a ton of varieties to choose from and they're all reasonably priced), but this one was a big fat thumbs down for me. It leads me to wonder if my taste for whole-grain-tasting stuff will develop with the more fat I lose. I'll keep you all posted. Because I'm sure you're on the edge of your seat waiting for THAT information.