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Crunchy CranApple Butter Wrap


Oh so much better than Crunchy CranApple Butter Flat served yesterday for lunch and without a picture.  Loving the flavor of yesterday's flat but not the flat bagel bread itself, today the same recipe for Granola Crunch Apple Peanut Butter Sandwich Wraps was followed using Flatout Foldit 5 Grain Flax Flatbread as mentioned in the recipe.  What a difference the simple switch of a bread made.

Modifications Made:
As mentioned in the extremely funny original post, measurement of ingredients is a starting point.  Today for three wraps: 1/3 cup of Nut Butter, 1/3 thinly sliced Granny Smith apple with skin, a 1/3 cup of reduced sugar Craisins, 1 /3 cup of Kashi Honey Oat Granola.

Scaled for Likability: Great
I can already tell you these will be on the menu for lunch tomorrow.  If there were more Flatout Flatbreads, they would be on the lunch menu for Saturday as well.  These are the perfect it is too hot to eat summer lunch menu. Everything expect the granola is stored in the fridge making this a cold sandwich.  Served with sliced carrots and some grapes they are cold, filling, and refreshing.

Update: June 23, 2020
Was finally able to secure another package of Flatout Flatbread at the local Walmart yesterday and this morning for breakfast (yes, unbelievable breakfast) wraps were served.  Not as good for breakfast as they are for lunch (it's a mental thing, I know) they were still very filling, fresh, and energizing for the day.  Next, I want to try to make these at breakfast and eat at lunch to see how well the granola holds up to the moisture within the wrap itself.

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