Quick & Easy Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich - My WAHM Plan

Quick & Easy Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich

As the days grow longer and warmer, my idea of a perfect lunch is evolving. I’m wanting lots of fruits and veggies and a heart grained bread for a sandwich or as a side to soup just feels too heavy now that spring has officially arrived. Recently, I found the answer when I was asked if I’d like to try Atoria’s Family Bakery mini flatbread with whole grain and flax seeds. I made a quick and easy grilled chicken flatbread sandwich that was so good, I wanted to share it with you in case you are wanting a lighter lunch as well.


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Quick & Easy Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich


My thanks to Atoria's Family Bakery for the complimentary flatbread showcased in today's post. No other compensation given. All opinions are my own.



About Atoria’s Family Bakery:


Atoria's Bakery logo


The Atoria FamilyBakery was started in 1992 and  is located in Gilroy California. Everything they bake today was inspired by their grandmother Atoria, the original wrap artist. As a child growing up in the Assyrian villages near Mesopotamia, Atoria used to watch her mother and grandmother bake flatbread using their family recipe and a rustic hearth oven. 


Unable to find similar bread in America, Atoria started making her own and it wasn’t long before a dream took shape: to bake and share her family recipe for the authentic bread of her youth with people in her new home country. And Atoria’s Family Bakery was born. Atoria and her children worked hard to make this dream a reality, and thirty years later, it’s the next generation—Atoria’s grandchildren—who are working to bring her recipes to a broader audience. This is still the bread of Atoria’s home and her youth, the bread of family and of celebrations and of happy memories.

 

A proud family owned and operated business, they use only quality ingredients and traditional baking methods.  They bake real bread with simple, non-GMO ingredients and never use artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors.  They don’t have time to take shortcuts and we never will.  



Atoria’s Product Line:


Atoria's Product Line
source: Atoria Bakery


  • Mini Lavash with Whole Grain & Flax Flatbread
  • Traditional Lavash Flatbread
  • Lavash with Whole Grain & Flax Flatbread 
  • Traditional Naan Flatbread
  • Garlic Naan Flatbread 
  • Traditional Pita Flatbread
  • Pita with Whole Grain Flatbread
  • Cauliflower & Coconut Mini Lavash Flatbread



Making a Quick & Easy Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich was so easy with the help of leftover grilled chicken and Atoria’s flatbread with whole grain and flax seed wraps.






Ingredients:


Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich Ingredients



¼ cup grilled chicken (leftovers or rotisserie chicken is great!)

¼ baby spinach leaves

6 Kalamata Olives

1 tablespoon of Pine Nut Hummus

1 Atoria Whole grain and flax seed wrap


Atoria's whole grain and flax seed flatbread sandwich



Directions:

Flatbread sandwich is quick and easy to make





Since the Atoria line of baked goods need to be refrigerated after buying, layout flatbread to come up to room temperature, or microwave for 10 seconds.

Smear tablespoon of hummus over entire wrap

Add grilled chicken to center of wrap.

Add spinach leaves and olives.

Roll up wrap. Cut in half and enjoy! 


Quick & Easy Grilled Chicken Flatbread Sandwich



More Information about Mini Lavash with Whole Grain & Flax Flatbread:



First, you may be asking yourself, what is Lavash? Lavash is a thin, soft, and pliable ancient flatbread with signature bubbles and a light dusting of flour. All of the Atoria’s products are fully baked and ready to eat. The whole grain and flax seed wraps are 50 calories per sheet with 5g net carbs and 4g of protein making them a perfect bread solution for several meal plans. 


My Thoughts:


I love whole wheat breads and baked goods, so I was pleasantly surprised how much I loved the addition of flax seeds to these wraps. I had my family try one of my grilled chicken flatbread sandwiches too and they really liked them too, so I’ll keep these wraps on hand. We also agree that we want to try Atoria’s Naan bread next. 


Where to Buy:


I invite you to learn more about Atoria’s Family Bakery and their line of products by visiting their website here, where you can use their store locator, or purchase their products online. Be sure to follow them on Instagram and Twitter for lots of tasty meal ideas!  


Win It:

Atoria's Bakery Traditional Lavash Flatbread


Thank to today's sponsor, Atoria's Bakery, one lucky reader will win a case (10 packs of 5 sheets) of Traditional Lavash Flatbread. Please read the terms below carefully and good luck!



Terms:

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Please share in comments: Do you like flatbread wraps? What would you add to this wrap?

25 comments

  1. I want to try these for my kids' lunches. They are tired of the same things over and over again, so these wraps sound like fun!

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    1. Daisy,
      My daughters love these for a quick lunch. They are tasty and versitile.

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  2. I love flatbread! I think I'd try making a breakfast wrap with it with sausage and hummus!

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  3. I love flatbread wraps! I like adding pepperoni, salami and cheese to mine

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  4. I love flatbread wraps, as well as tortilla ones. I'd make one of my favorite wraps which is ham and swiss with a cream cheese & horseradish spread.

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    1. Lynne,

      My husband loves horseradish and cream cheese, so I think he's enjoy your wrap idea. Thanks for sharing it.

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  5. I love hummus so I love that you used it in your wrap. I'm a fan of really strong flavors, so i might add a little drained dill sauerkraut.

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    1. Kayte,
      Now that's a strong flavor combo I think I'd like!

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  6. I think flatbread wraps can be good meals. I would put vegetables and seitan in mine.

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    1. Hi Kayley,

      Veggies are so good in wraps. I added left over salad in a ham and cheese wrpa I made last week and it was delish.

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  7. Flatbread wraps seem like a treat and a flexible one to make with whatevers in the fridge

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    1. Monique,
      They are flexible for sure. I have used so many of mine with leftovers.

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  8. I would make Chicken Ranch Wraps .

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    1. Hi Trip,
      Chicken Ranch wraps sound like a great meal option!

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  9. Wow a whole case would be a good way to try them out!

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    1. Barb,
      It really is so nice of Atoria's Family bakery to be so generous to my giveway winner. Love them!

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  10. Yes I like flatbread wraps. I would add lettuce and tuna to my wrap.

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    1. Kelly,
      A lettuce and tuna wrap sounds so good right now.

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  11. Love flatbread wraps. I'm a simple girl and ham and swiss is perfect for me. I also love a good chicken wrap, with mayo and lettuce. (Tammy Horn)

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  12. Love the flatbreads. These would be great for wraps.

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  13. We love flatbreads for an easy BLT wrap!

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  14. I love using flatbreads for making delicious wraps. Grilled shrimp and veggies.

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