I have partnered with Flatout to create these Taco Flatbreads. I have been compensated for my time commitment to work with their product, however my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.
These tasty Taco Flatbreads combine two of my favorite foods (tacos and crispy, thin crust pizza) into one and I couldn’t be happier with the result. Flavorful seasoned beef, juicy tomatoes, sweet corn, crisp lettuce, sharp cheddar cheese and a crispy flatbread crust – it’s perfection! You’ll want to eat these on pizza nights and taco Tuesdays. These Taco Flatbreads come together super quickly for weeknight meals and you can easily halve or double the recipe depending on your needs. Plus, each flatbread is only 275 calories or 7 SmartPoints on the Green, Blue and Purple myWW plans! To view your WW PersonalPoints for this recipe and track it in the WW app or site, click here!
Flatout Flatbreads are now endorsed by Weight Watchers®! As many of you know, I have been a long-time superfan of Flatout products because they’re tasty, versatile and a great source of protein and fiber without added sugar. As the new official flatbread of Weight Watchers, the Flatout packaging will soon display SmartPoints right on the wrapper, but just so you know, all Flatout Light flatbreads are 2 or 3 SP, all Flatout ProteinUp CarbDown flatbreads are 3 SP (with 12 grams of protein!) and all Flatout Artisan Pizza Crusts are 4 SP each. So many great options!
Looking for more recipe ideas using Flatout flatbreads? Check out my BLT Flatbreads, Savory Sausage Pumpkin Flatbreads, Chicken Caesar Wraps, Veggie Lover’s Flatbread, Black and Blue Steak Wraps, Easy Taco Cups, Spicy Southwest Chicken Wraps, Peaches and Cream Dessert Flats, Three Cheese Mushroom Flatbreads, Maple Bacon Breakfast Wraps, Chicken Saltimbocca Sandwiches, Buffalo Chicken Pinwheel Wraps, Spinach Artichoke Flatbreads, Greek Snack Flats, Mexi Burgers with Guacamole, Chinese Chicken Wrap, Chicken Pesto Flatbreads and Bacon Cheeseburger Wraps!
- 5 oz raw 95% lean ground beef, (if you replace the ground beef with 99% lean ground turkey breast a flatbread will be 5 SP on WW Blue or Purple)
- 2 tablespoons frozen corn kernels
- 2 tablespoons water
- 1 tablespoon taco seasoning
- 2 Flatout Light Original Flatbreads
- 2 tablespoons taco sauce
- 4 grape tomatoes, chopped, divided
- 1 ½ oz 50% reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
- ½ - 1 cup shredded lettuce
- Pre-heat the oven to 350.
- Place the ground beef in a skillet and bring over medium heat. Cook, using a wooden spoon to break up the beef into small pieces, until the meat is browned and cooked through. Add the corn kernels and stir together. Cook for another minute. Add the water and taco seasoning and stir together until well combined. Remove from heat and set aside.
- When the oven is pre-heated, place the flatbread directly onto the middle rack and bake for about 4 minutes until it stands firm when lifted. Remove the flatbread from the oven and spread a tablespoon of taco sauce across the surface of each flatbread, leaving a bit of space around the edge for the crust. Top the sauce with the taco meat mixture from step one, dividing it evenly between the two flatbreads. Add about half the chopped tomatoes. Sprinkle the cheddar cheese over the top.
- Return the flatbread to the middle rack of the oven and bake for another 5 minutes until the cheese is melted and the edges are lightly browned. Remove from the oven and top with the desired amount of shredded lettuce. Sprinkle the remaining chopped tomatoes over the top. Slice and serve immediately.
7 per flatbread (PP calculated using a Weight Watchers brand PointsPlus calculator and the nutrition information below)
flatout flatbreads aren’t available in my area, is there a substitute?
If you have a Walmart near you they sell them there!
What is taco sauce? Do you mean salsa?
Nope! I mean taco sauce :). It’s sold by the Mexican products. Mine is Ortega but other brands make it too. If you Google it you should be able to find a bunch. I’m sure your grocery store will have some!
Just to be clear, this recipe technically serves 2 people — 1 flatbread per person?
Yup! The serving info is always listed directly under the recipe title in the recipe section of the post:)
This reminds me of mexican pizza they served when I was in middle school! Looks so yummy and so much healthier than what I had growing up. I need to make this ASAP.
My first time making an Emily Bites recipe and it was a HOME RUN! The kids and hubby loved it too. This is a filling and delicious meal for not very many calories. Loved it. I can’t wait to try more of your recipes now too!
Success! We loved this. I used our large griddle rather than the oven (hot day, didn’t want to heat up the house). The Flatouts cooked up beautifully on the griddle. Nice and crunchy. Big hit!
Did you cook the Flat Out alone on the griddle to get it crisp or just when fully assembled? And how high of a heat setting did you use? Thanks in advance!
Marsha, I just saw your comment. I toasted the flat out on the griddle (~350) until it wasn’t bendy anymore. While toasting, we pre-warmed several ingredients (cooked red pepper on griddle, microwaved beans &a corn). Once the flat out was no longer bendy, we put our ingredients on and just monitored while the cheese melted.
The first time we followed the amazing recipe closely. Now we just put on our favorite taco ingredients, or whatever we have on hand!
Sounds great, but I might even add another point or 2 and add some refried beans…yum. Thanks for the idea.
Made these tonight for dinner they were awesome. Hubby loved them as well. Thank you
Another delicious idea from Emily bites. Thank you, I will be making these again for sure. Just pulled my millionth batch of Parmesan meatloaves muffins out of the oven for lunch this week. Love trying your recipes.
Tried for the first time last night and loved it! I actually felt like I was cheating on my diet! Thanks for sharing.
I keep seeing rave reviews all over WW and Connect for these, I am putting on grocery list. I wonder how the would be on the grill? We have a gas grill and it would not be over direct flames. Anyone tried making this way?
Can’t wait to try this!
We love this recipe, and it has been a regular rotation in our house for a few years now. Tonight though, when I went to make it, we noticed that the packaging was new (“new taste”/”better nutrition”–etc). The current flatouts are noticeably smaller than before when we’ve made the recipe, and when I checked the points, WW confirmed that a flatout is now 1 (scanned the package) vs the prior 2 (pulling EB’s recipe above into WW). There are pros/cons to that, but just wanted to share for those looking into this recipe. Since my husband isn’t on WW, it’s not a pro for us for dinners, but the smaller size might make it a good lunch option!