Unicorn Toast on Flatout® Flatbread – A Family Friendly Twist on Dessert Pizza!
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Have you seen the “unicorn” trend popping up just about everywhere?
Well, if you haven’t you’re in luck because this post is about to blow your mind!
Basically, the unicorn trend is putting a beautiful collection of colors together on toast, salad, a buddha bowl, or, really whatever floats your boat.
Today I’ve got a delicious, nutritious and flavor packed Unicorn Toast made with the Multigrain Flatout® Flatbread.
Just how did I make these beauties?
Well, I started first by cutting the Multigrain Flatbread into 4 large “toasts”. Next, I placed them in the oven to get nice and “toasty”!
Then, I mixed cream cheese, skyr yogurt and an assortment of fruits and spices to create these magical colors. Aren’t they pretty?
Finally, I topped those “toasts”! Feel free to jazz them up any way you wish, be it sliced berries, peaches or even a dash of sprinkles, the possibilities are endless.
The beauty of this recipe? It’s family friendly and the perfect way to get your kids in the kitchen too. Serve this up for a holiday gathering and I promise the entire crowd will want a slice.
Plus, as you know from those Crunchwrap’s, Flatout is now Weight Watchers (WW) approved, making these Unicorn Toasts totally doable on the WW program. Flatout Flatbeads are a simple solution to creating quick, easy and tasty meals.
Remember, all foods can fit. Be mindful of portions, stay active and surely you can eat what you #FlatoutLove!
- 1 Flatout Multigrain Flatbread
- 6 tablespoons whipped light cream cheese, divided
- 4 tablespoons vanilla skyr yogurt
- 2 tablespoons chopped strawberries (or raspberries)
- 2 tablespoons blueberries (or blackberries)
- 2 tablespoon finely diced mango
- 2 tablespoon finely diced kiwi
- ½ teaspoon beet juice
- ¼ teaspoon turmeric
- ¼ teaspoon matcha powder (or green juice)
- Preheat oven to 375*F.
- Slice Multigrain Flatout in half, then in half again, yielding 4 equal portions.
- Spray toasts lightly with cooking spray and place on aerated pizza pan for 4 minutes.
- Remove and let cool.
- Prepare "frosting" by placing cream cheese and skyr in a medium bowl.
- Mix together using a spatula until evenly combined.
- Separate mixture into 4 bowls with equal portions, set aside.
- In separate microwave safe bowls, place chopped strawberries, blueberries, mango and kiwi. Heat for 20 seconds in the microwave.
- Remove and mix each fruit into its own "frosting" bowl, pouring the juices in as well that were released during heating.
- Mash and mix thoroughly using the back of a fork (similar to mashing an avocado).
- To enhance the colors, add the beet juice into the strawberry bowl, turmeric into the mango bowl, and the matcha powder (or green juice) into the kiwi bowl. Mix together.
- Take 1 slice of the Flatout and begin to place ¼ of each mixture of "frosting" onto each slice. Repeat until all 4 slices are coated.
- Garnish with desired fruit of choice.
- Enjoy immediately.