About Mini Lavash Flatbread with Whole Grain & Flax
These soft, thin, and pliable flatbreads are only 50 calories and 5g net carbs per sheet. Real Bread, 11 Simple Ingredients: Water, Whole Wheat Flour, Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten, Oat Fiber, Flax, Sea Salt, Sugar, Cultured Wheat, Yeast, Organic Enzymes.
Atoria’s Family Bakery is a family-run bakery that bakes real-bread flatbreads with simple ingredients and nothing artificial. Whether you’re planning dinner for six, looking for a quick grab-and-go breakfast or a protein-packed post-workout snack, their flatbreads make any meal a snap. Non-GMO and Vegan, with two low-carb and keto-friendly options, the tasty varieties include NEW Cauliflower & Coconut and Traditional Pizza Crusts, Roasted Red Pepper Mini Lavash, Coconut & Cauliflower Mini Lavash, Flatbread, Whole Grain & Flax Mini Lavash Flatbread, Traditional Flatbread, Garlic Naan Flatbread, Pita with Whole Grain Flatbread, Traditional Pita Flatbread and more.


Fun, festive and easy to make, these Dessert Nachos still have the element of cheese, only this time it’s in the form of cream cheese frosting. Mixing it with Greek yogurt makes it a touch healthier and the perfect consistency for this playful snack. Substitute with dairy-free cheese and yogurt, if desired. Perfect for backyard gatherings, picnics and get-togethers!

Dessert Nachos
Handful of chopped strawberries
Handful of blueberries
2 Tbsp. chocolate chips
2 Tbsp. whipped cream cheese
1/2 Tbsp. Greek yogurt
1 Tbsp. maple syrup
1/8 tsp. vanilla extract
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Cut the Lavash into triangles.
Bake triangles on a baking tray for 8 minutes.
In a small bowl, combine and whisk the cream cheese, yogurt, maple syrup and vanilla extract until smooth.
Put the chips on a plate, drizzle with cream cheese mixture.
Add fruit, drizzle with melted chocolate.


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.

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

Thanks to Atoria, bread means everything. It’s our passion. It’s our joy. And it’s our family tradition.



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