Healthy Greek Nachos are quickly becoming a staple in our house, especially now that the weather is heating up and I want something fresh and light. In full disclosure, I have eaten these three times for lunch already this week. I am slightly obsessed but they are just so good. Crispy Flatout chips covered in cucumbers, tomatoes, chicken, parsley, mint, lemon juice, black olives, and tons of creamy, salty feta cheese. Plus the recipe is just 346 calories.
Another thing I love about this recipe is the fact that it utilizes leftovers, something I always have packed away in my fridge. Since I am not someone who loves eating the same thing over and over again, I am always looking for ways to re-purpose my leftovers into a new meal. And one of my favorite ways to do that is with Flatout Flatbreads since they are low calorie, filling, and taste great. I may even like them more than bread and their definitely more waistline friendly. In fact, Flatout Flatbreads are all between 90-130 calories (2-4 SP). They are are a simple solution to creating quick, easy and tasty meals that you can feel good about eating. Try them out for wraps, quesadillas, tacos, pizzas, or some delicious nachos like today's recipe.
Here are some tips and tricks for making these Healthy Greek Nachos your own:
Looking for some more yummy ways to use Flatout Wraps? Try the recipes below. Looking for Flatout Flatbreads? They are available at most grocery stores, check to find the closest one here.
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