Warning: Declaration of StatigramWidget::widget($args) should be compatible with WP_Widget::widget($args, $instance) in /var/www/app/wp-content/plugins/instagram-image-gallery/plugin.php on line 0
A Flatout Flatterday Bowl- Recipe and Video

A Flatout Flatterday Bowl- Recipe and Video


Oh hello. If I actually get this post published on Saturday it would be a real feat. Let’s see if I can pull this off.

Edit- I did NOT pull it off and it is currently Sunday morning.


So after my last post with way too many pictures of myself I promised to not show you any here. I tried, but since I’m now the fashionista I thought I’d share a couple fashion tips of my own.

Friday I went on a long run (18 miles) in the middle of the day. Not the best idea, but you do what you have to do sometimes. Granted, if I didn’t have a couple races coming up I would’ve not done it. I ran slower that slow and got to listen to three Jillian Michaels podcasts though, so it wasn’t too bad.



Fashion Tip #1

When you’re going for a long run, the higher your fuel belt hikes up, the cooler (or more intimidating) you look. Actually, truth be told, I like to wear it higher because it keeps my belly button tucked in. It sometimes causes a bit of belly button chaffing though so if you have an outie, consider yourself warned.


Goodness that picture is unflattering.

Fashion Tip #2-

If you haven’t done laundry in awhile and all your Handful bra pads are dirty, stuff your sports bra with GU gels. It’s not obvious or anything. No one will know. (See above picture.)


Fashion Tip #3-

When you really want to impress your husband and have a special date night, make sure to dress up for the occasion.


Even better, spend the time that you should be making dinner in the front yard taking pictures of not only yourself, but all your new Pro Compression socks. (Disclaimer, they are not all for me. Some of them are for my best friend Bob.)


The new calf sleeves are definitely for me though.


I put these puppies on after my long run Friday night. Yep, love them.


That’s a heart friends. Are you impressed?

I also love my Lorna Jane top.


I do not love my “go go Gadget arm” or my armpit. But, I do in fact earn my chocolate one step at a time. I earn a lot of freaking chocolate and both Friday night and last night I sure ate a lot of chocolate with my almond coconut ice cream.


Oh and just in case you care, since I took so long taking pictures outside, this is what I made to really impress STUFT Daddy for our date night dinner.


I roasted a bunch of veggies on the side too (shocker, I know).


We’ve always liked the Orange Chicken from Costco, but that Kung Pao Shrimp was mighty tasty also. So was that cheap pink moscato wine. I don’t remember where I got that. It must have been on sale somewhere.


Moving on.


The Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl.


I know, right? Genius. I’ve been wanting to try this for awhile. And not to toot my own horn, but it worked out even better than I thought.

It’s pretty much the same thing as Flatout cinnamon crisps, but in a bowl.

Here’s what you need.


(Sometimes I use I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter spray instead of the coconut oil.)

Here’s a little crappy video I made for you on how to make it.

Video notes-

It was obviously a spur of the moment video.

The lighting is a little wacky.

I didn’t even dry my hair for you.

I really need to get some better video equipment.

Flat Kitty makes a cameo.


Come hang out with me in the kitchen and make this cool cinnamon crisp bowl!


Here’s the cute little baking cup I use which is also great for baking big STUFT size muffins.


I put everything on it first and then stuff it in the bowl (like a little Flatout flower).


After about 6 minutes in the oven at 375 convection you get this.


Here are all the ways I’ve been filling this gem.

With some low calorie ice cream or almond coconut ice cream.


With some fudgy STUFT protein cookie dough.


Here’s what’s usually underneath the chocolate pumpkin protein goo

Artisana Cocoa Bliss and Naturally More peanut butter.


Sometimes the PB2 in on the bottom, sometimes the top, it all depends on the day. Ha ha.

I’ve also filled the bowl with some cookies and cream chocolate protein goo topped with low calorie peanut butter frosting and coconut cookie dough crumble.


Yep, that’s my favorite. I like my “layers”.


I even did it again Friday for the video.


Oh my. Now I want it for breakfast. Ha ha.

Oh, oops, and since I totally bombed on my Flat Kitty Flatterday post yet again, he wanted to make an appearance.


He also wanted to remind you of the best chocolate milk ever that I‘ve been digging after my long runs lately.


Best Chocolate Milk Ever

1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

1/2 cup light vanilla soy milk

2 tablespoons dark cocoa powder 

sweetener (optional- I use 1-2 stevia packets)


If it’s blended in a Magic Bullet for a bit with a little crushed ice, it’s just that much better.


Okay. I’m out. I’ve got some guys who want to do some window cleaning.



Have a great Sunday!

How’s your weekend going?

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


  1. 1

    Love the flatout taco bowl idea …the kids would love that …so fun!! Okay, I’ve got to get and create some custom Reebok shoes! 😉

  2. 2

    Video cracked me up! I totally want to be as awesome as you when I’m a mommy haha! But seriously I’m so glad you shared it! I’m obsessed with flatouts, and I used to ONLY eat ice cream in waffle bowls and this is such an awesome way to recreate that! My mind is overflowing with possibilities for filling those babies up with!

  3. 3

    “…Because I’m into ginormous things…” <-TWSS! Bahaha!

    But seriously, I'm considering a trip to the kitchen supply store TODAY just to get one of those little pans! I just discovered Flat-Out Wraps a month or so ago when I found them on sale at the store…um, hello?! Where the heck have I been!?

    Can't wait to try this with some protein dough…and definitely trying your coconut cookie dough crumble! 😀

    PS, Flat Kitty dances like a rockstar!

  4. 4

    This looks exceptionally delicious! I need to find a cute baking cup like this! I love cinnamon and it’s great how you can stuff it with anything so you make this recipe again and again and tweak it each time!

  5. 5
    Aleesha says:

    Such a cute and funny video! I just made the coconut cookie crumble for the first time…..loved it! Your right, it does taste just like a buttery sugar cookie…..delish. Now I just have to purchase a cute little crinkle cut bowl, and make a flatout cup. Thanks so much for the video. XO

  6. 6
    Amy C. says:

    Hahahaha! Your video was cracking me up! I love those FlatOut wraps and should definitely try this!!!! I don’t have one of those cute crinkle pan things, but maybe just putting it in an oven-safe bowl might work too….???? 😀 Have a great Sunday!!! <3

  7. 7
    Kathy says:

    I have to mark this post and check back later….it has so many good things and ideas..thanks again girl!

  8. 8

    That cinnamon flat out bowl is a great idea!! Very smart 🙂 & the whole combo you put in it looks delicious !! Will have to try it soon!

  9. 9
    Laura says:

    Mmm, I saw that cinnamon flat out bowl on Instagram, so curious what you used to shape it! Looks yummy! I do something very similar for chocolate milk, too… yum yum. Have a great Sunday!

  10. 10

    Yes! Feet pictures! Kind of jealous of those calf sleeves. My calves are sore from lifting and I think they’d like to be all snug and cozy. 🙂 You should trademark this bowl in some way. It reminds me of those mexican desserts they used to give out at Chevys with ice cream and cinnamon, except your is probably one million calories less.

    • 10.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      Oh, you need some calf sleeves then. 🙂 How cool would it be to trademark this bowl? Ha ha. Oh Chevy’s…….. they have the best little corn muffin things……

  11. 11
    Samantha says:

    Ah, thanks for the cute video. And I can’t wait to try it. I am pretty excited about that option actually.

    Love that you got a nice long run in there…even if middle of the day which I am sure is hotter for you than for me right now.

    Have a great weekend!

  12. 12
    Linda says:

    That chocolate milk sounds good!! Do you have chocolate milk after your long runs??

  13. 13

    I LOVE my compression socks! I want to get some sleeves though. I love that the compression makes my legs feel like they are getting amazing hugs!

    By the way, have I mentioned how adorable I think you are…incredibly adorable! Hugs to you my friend!

    • 13.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      Hugs to YOU!!!! You are adorable and I always think that when you post pictures of yourself. You’re so stylish and cute. 🙂 Hope you’re having a great weekend Sarena!

  14. 14
    Kathy says:

    Seriously…after seeing that video I had to tell my hubby about you….this is what I said, “You have to come and watch StuFt Mama …and look at her arm muscles…she is my idol…I want to be like her and that is why I now put crushed red peppers on everything…well, almost everything”…..For the first time HE GOT RIGHT UP FROM THE COUCH TO CHECK YOU OUT….he then said, “I better get in shape if you are going to look like her”

    (Yea…in my dreams maybe I will have all those muscles)

    I just made the chocolate milk….LOVE IT!! Again thanks for the ideas….Now, I need to do some lunges b/c your leg muscles are making my jiggly parts jealous too.

    And your video was great even without the boys…you are so down to earth…easy going…licking your fingers….(ha!) Love it!

  15. 15

    I love all the ways you used the bowl! Also, that chocolate milk sounds heavenly! I think I need some right now! Have a great Sunday night!

  16. 16

    Just found your blog! Loving the recipes you have. You can satisfy my sweet tooth in a healthy way 🙂


  1. […] veggie wrap for lunch lately. And well, when it doesn’t make it in a wrap (because I’m having a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl filled with a pile of chocolate pumpkin protein goo as soon those boys are down for their naps), I […]

  2. […] or eaten with a spoon (not pictured) in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. […]

  3. […] least it was cute in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl with some PB2 and coconut cookie dough […]

  4. […] last attempt was my lunch!!  I love Kristin @Stuftmama‘s blog!  First, because she’s a mom of twins!!  And second because her recipes are […]

  5. […] Hmm…. let’s just say that the iced coffee protein drink is much better mixed with milk or water even though this following picture makes it look amazing next to Kitty’s butt in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. […]

  6. […] I wonder if it would fit in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl? I may have to try that next. Ha […]

  7. Give Me 10 says:

    […] coconut ice cream with a little coconut cookie dough crumble mixed in in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. Oh and some three ingredient fudge […]

  8. […] Try it on top of some pumpkin protein cookie dough with some nut butter in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. […]

  9. […] Once we got home I did my usual routine of showering, applying BioFreeze and putting on some comfy clothes and calf sleeves. […]

  10. […] you missed DAY 1 you still have one more day to enter to win the Pro Compression low trainers and calf sleeves. Click here to leave a […]

  11. […] Day 1 was two pairs of Pro Compression low trainers and a pair of calf sleeves. […]

  12. […] to be fast or long. I did have a little matchy matchy outfit going on though with my new shoes, my calf sleeves and my cool sport […]

  13. […] Oh, and I made that same GNC cake batter protein shake last night again, but made it a little thicker so I could eat it in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. […]

  14. […] you know though I even had room for a little cake batter protein shake in a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl with some frozen frosting underneath. I needed a little something for my night time “office […]

  15. […] My 110% Play Harder knickers complete with ice packs (review of these little gems coming soon) and my Pro Compression calf sleeves. […]

  16. […] Shamrock socks are awesome and you can save 40% and get FREE shipping on not only these, but all calf sleeves too. Pretty freaking […]

  17. […] baked a Quest Bar (chocolate peanut butter flavor) at the same time I baked a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. Then smashed it in the bottom like […]

  18. […] I’ve expressed my love for Flatouts many times. I’ve made cheese sandwiches, Flatout cinnamon crisps, parmesan crisps, all kinds of different lunch wraps, Flatout BBQ Chicken Pizza and even a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl. […]

  19. […] Yep. Oh which reminds me, besides making the best Flatout STUFT dessert pizza, those Artisan pizza crusts can also make a pretty great Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl.  […]

  20. […] also made a heck of a snack with a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl filled with some peanut butter “frosting”, a microwaved coconut cashew Quest bar and some […]

  21. […] Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl, with some frozen frosting as the base “layer”, cake batter cookie dough ice cream, PB2 powder […]

  22. […] it was a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl with both frozen frosting combinations at the […]

  23. […] cinnamon crisp bowl with Trader Joe’s whole wheat lavash flatbread. Similar to this old recipe, Flatout Cinnamon Crisp Bowl, but I used the […]

Speak Your Mind


© 2011-2021 STUFT Mama All Rights Reserved