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What is Protein Flatbread Mix?
Protein Flatbread mix is a powdered mix of plain white flour and our whey protein concentrate. Protein Flatbread Mix can be combined and then baked or fried to make a great tasting, high protein flatbread which can be consumed with a number of different foods including soups, homemade dips or meat. These flatbreads are perfect for taking to work, when on the go or sharing with your friends.
Benefits of Protein Flatbread Mix
Protein Flatbread Mix provides over 30g of protein per 100g which will contribute to the growth and maintenance of lean mass. Protein Flatbread Mix is low in fat and sugar making it ideal for anyone looking for a high protein snack without the addition of fats and sugar. Protein Flatbread Mix also has no added salt.
Who is Protein Flatbread Mix Suitable for?
Protein Flatbread Mix is ideal for anyone looking for an alternative source of protein in their diet. They are easy to prepare and can be consumed at any time throughout the day when you need to increase daily protein intake. Protein Flatbread Mix is a fantastic alternative to normal bread and tastes great with foods such as soup, hummus or homemade dips.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
To make your own protein packed flatbreads simply add 3 large scoops (100g) of powder to 120-150ml of warm water and 2 tsp of olive oil. Mix the powder and then form a soft dough, knead for 5 minutes and then set aside. Separate into 4 balls and roll out to strips. Griddle on a high heat for 2 minutes or bake for 10-12 minutes.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. May also contain egg.
Unflavoured: Wheat Flour (Fortifying Agents: Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Thiamin and Niacin), Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin)
Serving Size - 3 Scoops (100g makes appoximately 4 flatbreads)
Servings Per Container - Approx. 20 x 25g Flatbreads (500g)
|Energy||1404 kJ/331 kcal||17%|
|of which saturates||1.6 g||8%|
|of which sugars||2.3 g||3%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
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The instructions for mixing on the packet are different from the online instructions, but neither of them are useful and My Protein need to do something about this before everyone gives up trying to make this really tasty bread. Follow one of the other reviewers guidance and reduce the volume of liquid a lot otherwise you will end up with a sticky mess everywhere, hands, bowl, work surface with most of the mixture being washed down the drain. The mixture I had left on my first few attemps were delicious when cooked, had them with soup and chilli. Just plucking up the resolve to make another batch because they are tasty and my energy was maintained for a much longer time and without the bloating you get from bread. I recommend if you have patience not as quick a fix as I was hoping for.
The flat bread was quite hard (not a bad thing), not sure if it's meant to be like that or a little softer. Taste wise very similar to pitta bread that's been well cooked on the pan. I had it with the tomato protein soup and it worked very well together. Would definitely recommend however it may take a few attempts to get it right.Goes Well With:Protein Soup
I agree with most of the reviews on here that the packet instructions are misleading. Follow them at your peril as you will end with a complete mess. I found that by adding approx 100ml of water to one scoop with a little oil works best. I actually make them like pancakes. Add the runny mix into a hot frying pan and in a couple of mins you will have a pancake size flat bread. Get one side really crispy if you prefer. For a filling I spend avocado with sliced tomatoes and a little salt. Fold over and cut in half...this makes a great snack of breakfast! Goes Well With:avocado and tomatoes.
This ended up down the drain. Looked more like pancake mixture. absolute waste of money!!!!Goes Well With:Goes straight down the sink.
This flatbread mix tastes nice and cooks well, but the instructions provided are useless. You only need to use about a quarter of the water/oil mix otherwise you are left with absolute slop that is useless, ended up using half the packet before getting the correct results. Beside from that taste is nice, texture is nice, worth a shot if your craving bread.
I liked this, but I'm glad I saw the reviews on here first! I only used 50ml of water and this was still too much; it turned in to a gluey mess- I could've hung wallpaper with the dough. More mixture sorted it out, but I've got a lot of cleaning to do. It cooked well and tasted pleasant enough, slightly sweet. The texture was more crumbly and scone-like than traditional flatbread, but I didn't have a problem with this. Not a bad effort and 40% more protein than the seeded bread I normally have. Goes Well With:Protein Soups Breakfast spreads
I followed the instructions on the packet and could not get the dough to for. It just turns in to a sticky mess.
I've been using Myprotein products for years, and have pretty much used the lot, and have always rated the products as excellent and the best value supplements on the market. So when the "foods" came out I was curious to try. This flatbread mix product is, disappointingly, garbage. I made a point of following mix levels put in the reviews, but even then, it just makes a awful sticky mess. I'll continue to use the other products, but I'd drop this from the line Myprotein, it's just not up to scratch. Goes Well With:The inside of my brown bin.
Big fan of my protein products but this is not good. Was excited to make my own flat bread but this product is not nice. Don't follow the instructions on the back, they are wrong. The flavour isn't nice either. It's a shame but would advise you don't buy it.
This product is absolutely awful. Do not waste your time or money buying this. After trying to follow the instructions had to add about 10 extra scoops. Was till too sticky and then had to add extra plain flour of my own. Taste and texture is rubbish too. Goes Well With:The bin
No matter how i tried all i ever got was a sloppy mess more pancake mix then dough run out of mix now wont be getting again as it all went down the drain every time which is a shame as im missing bread as on a low carb diet
First: do not be blinded like other customers thinking that because it is a Protein Flatbread mix, it magically will not have carbs. It is stupid to rate low this product because it has "too much" carbs, this is a flatbread! but with higher protein value. It is a good base, but you need to add some seasonings in order to get something edible. Do not exceed baking time and watch it every now and then as your oven heat levels may vary from the instructions. It will get sticky, use a spoon or spray some olive oil on your hands to either mix it or roll it on a baking pan. Makes a good side dish for your higher carb meal of the day. Goes Well With:Flavoured Olive Oil, Pico de Gallo, "pulled" chicken.
Having been very interested in purchasing this I am a little disappointed to read the amount of carbs in the ingredients list! 51g of carbs (from wheat) which will probably come as a shock to those who believe they are buying a protein rich dough. This is very misleading if you are trying to avoid carbs or bloat caused by wheat.
Instructions are wrong, I had used 130ml of water with 4 scoops and it was like batter, so I had to keep adding more, was something like 15 scoops in the end. When I read the ingredients I was shocked as it's just plain white flour and protein mix! I already use unflavoured protein, so all I needed was a bag of 50p flour!
First of all, I didn't follow the instructions and used it as a substitute of flour to make a pizza dough. 150ml of warm water, 1 teaspoon of sugar and half of active yeast. Left it rest for 15 mins until it got active and mixed it with 6 scoops of flatbread mix, a pinch of salt and a table spoon of sunflower oil. I let it rest for 2 hours and the result was outstanding. Added mozzarella, ham and tomato, Baked it for 15 mins at 275 degrees in a fan assisted oven. The texture and taste was incredibly good. Goes Well With:Any pizza toppings
I used this mix to create my own protein pizza. The mix was very easy to make as it only needed two ingredients. I suggest making the actual pizza base thin as it will crisp up in the oven and is a great base for you to add your pizza toppings. Goes Well With:cheese, bbq sauce, tomato sauce, chicken, tuna, sweetcorn, peppers, jalapeños
It mixed well ....taste good when just out of oven went a bit like rubber when left for a while. Goes Well With:Burgers or as an open sandwich with lots of salad and some tuna
Excellent And very filling sustains energy as well before a runGoes Well With:Curry and houmous
Mixed well, easy to bake, and makes a great flatbread or pizza base, no odd tastes or funny textures.Goes Well With:tomato and cheese (pizza) Roasted pork, spinach and feta (gyros)
I really liked the taste of the product and it's great to have in the morning - much more filling than regular bread as well, so after two small pieces I was full and had energy until lunch! However, I was really struggling with the doses and was more often ending up with a pancake-like dough, very liquid and thus impossible to cook. Goes Well With:Peanut Butter and Cottage Cheese