Flatout Wraps

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Flatout® Flatbread. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

If you’re in need of a light and easy meal, try the BLT wrap or Turkey Bacon Ranch wrap! With Flatout Light Original Flatbreads, these wraps are under 400 calories and Weight Watchers approved!

BLT Wrap

flat out wraps – weight watchers approved!

Whether you’re on a specific diet or not, the fact that when you eat better, you FEEL better is an undeniable truth! So lately we’ve been focused on eating better. And the good news is that there are recipes out there that give you the best of both worlds – healthy AND tasty/filling (for all our healthy recipes CLICK HERE).

These wraps, made using Flatout Flatbreads, are one of those recipes. We ended up making two slightly different versions using Flatout‘s Light Original Flatbreads.

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Flatout Light Original Flatbreads are only 90 calories each and they’re high in protein and fiber. Flatout® Flatbread is the official flatbread of Weight Watchers®, and the only flatbread they endorse! Flatout has always been BIG on flavor, but LOW in carbs and sugar. So whether you are trying to eat healthy, or simply come up with new and delicious recipes for your family, all the Flatout Flatbreads are a simple solution to creating quick, easy and tasty meals.

What’s great about these wraps is that even if you’re not following Weight Watchers, you can feel good about eating food with low SmartPoints (because that means you’re making better choices). There’s nothing better than eating delicious food that is low on calories and makes you feel good!!

We kept them extra light by using a minimal amount of mayo and dressing, keeping the cheese to a minimum, and upping the veggies and protein. Both wraps were excellent, and simple enough to make & take on the go too!

How to make Flatbread Wraps


Bacon, lettuce, tomato is a flavor combo that’s always popular at our house! I knew these wraps would be no different. They only took minutes to prepare (after the initial washing and chopping of the vegetables), and the whole family enjoyed them!


The turkey wrap is very similar to the BLT version, with a few extra ingredients. Again, we just used a small amount of ranch dressing, added extra protein (turkey along with the nonfat turkey bacon), and loaded it with fresh veggies. It only adds up to 360 calories!! I was so shocked that something so light could still be so delicious and filling. But now it’s one of my favorite go-to recipes for lunch.

Flat Out Wraps

Can these wraps be made ahead?

If you’re eating a wrap for lunch, I wouldn’t make it any earlier than that morning. Otherwise, the ingredients might get soggy.

A trick I’ve used to make the assembly process faster, is to chop up all the vegetables and cooked bacon and keep them in separate containers in the fridge. Then I use it all up over the next few days, grabbing them out and quickly throwing together a wrap because all the prep work is already done!

Are there substitutes for the mayo and ranch?

The recipe already calls for light versions, but you can use any spread or dressing you prefer. If you would rather use nonfat greek yogurt, that’s an option too. You can even mix greek yogurt and ranch dressing mix to create a nonfat homemade ranch.

Flatout Wraps

More about Flatout Flatbreads:

Flatout Flatbreads are all 2 to 4 SmartPoints each. Even if you’re not following Weight Watchers, you can feel good about eating food with low SmartPoints.

  • Light Wraps are 2 to 3 SmartPoints.
  • ProteinUp CarbDown wraps are 3 SmartPoints.
  • Artisan Thin Pizza Crusts are 4 SmartPoints.

Flatout Flatbreads are in the deli/bakery section of most major grocery stores, if you can’t find them, just ask or visit flatoutfinder.com to find a store near you!

Turkey Wrap

For more Flatbread recipes on the site, check out:

Flatout Wraps Recipe

BLT Wrap
4.75 from 4 votes
If you're in need of a light and easy meal, try the BLT wrap or Turkey Bacon Ranch wrap! Both are under 300 calories and Weight Watchers approved!
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 7 minutes
Total Time 7 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 237 kcal
Author Lil' Luna


BLT Wrap

  • 1 Flatout Light Original flatbreads
  • 1/2 tbsp light mayo
  • 1/2 cup chopped romaine lettuce
  • 2 slices fat-free turkey bacon crumbled
  • 5 grape tomatoes crumbled
  • 1 tbsp Monterrey jack cheese

Turkey Bacon Ranch Wrap

  • 1 Flatout Light Original flatbreads
  • 1 tsp light ranch dressing
  • 2 oz roasted turkey deli meat
  • 1 slice fat-free American cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped romaine lettuce
  • 2 slices fat-free turkey bacon crumbled
  • 5 grape tomatoes halved
  • 1 tbsp red onion diced


BLT Wrap

  • Spread the mayo over top, then add the lettuce, bacon crumbles, tomatoes, and cheese. Roll it up and enjoy.

Turkey Bacon Wrap

  • Spread the dressing over top, place the deli meat and cheese over the dressing. Add the lettuce, bacon crumbles, tomatoes, and red onion. Roll it up and enjoy.


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  1. 5 stars
    I made this for the first time this even for dinner. We loved it. Even my extremely picky toddler ate his entire portion (a miracle)! Are these able to be frozen? I would love to have some stored for quick and easy heat-up if so!

    1. That’s awesome!! I haven’t tried freezing them, so I guess we need to find out 🙂 Thank you for letting me know. If you try freezing them, before I do, let me know how they turn out!

  2. 4 stars
    I’m on Weight Watchers, looking for easy and delicious recipes to keep me interested and happy with the choices I make. I love to find new recipes to try!