It’s no big secret that I’m totally hooked on Flatout bread. My family too. #TrueStory. It has become my go to staple for breakfasts, lunch, dinner and snacking. I’ve used it for a quick pizza, breakfast burrito, wrap and panini.
My newest obsession is toasting my flatout bread with a little extra virgin olive oil and garlic salt, and then baking it up to make flatout chips. I Bake the bread in the oven until it becomes crispy enough to be a chip. I like to break mine up with a pizza cutter but you can also use your hands. These chips are perfect for dipping. If you’re having a party or just need a quick healthy snack, this should do the trick.
Even though these flatout chips are delicious on their own, I like to serve them up with a faux Artichoke and White Bean Hummus. It’s really more of a thick dip or spread, but I like to call it hummus because it just sounds more Fah-ancy. Just combine all the ingredients into your blender or chopper until it is smooth and creamy. This shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. I don’t add whole lot extra to this because the artichokes are already marinated, but you should adapt the flavors to your own liking. Save the extra hummus as a spread on wraps or as a dip for vegetables.
If you can toast, sprinkle and chop then this chip and dip idea is for Y-O-U. Enjoy and Happy Snacking!