Thai Peanut Chicken Flatbread Recipe

This post was sponsored by #Foodiechats and the Georgia Peanut Commission. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Since I’ve been home I’ve kicked my lunch making skills up a notch as I try to eat better on a daily basis. I love creating new, small meals for myself at lunchtime with my son or dishes that can be used as appetizers. I’m also on a Thai food kick lately.

When the Georgia Peanut Commission asked me to create a recipe for them using their Georgia Peanuts for National Peanut Month (March!), I knew I wanted to make something Thai inspired that I would eat for lunch or serve as an appetizer. The result was this delicious Thai Peanut Chicken Flatbread that is simply scrumptious. Not only do I squeeze in a bit of carbs with the flatbread but I also love the peanut taste with the mix of fresh veggies and cilantro.

I eat peanuts often and peanut butter almost every single day on an apple. It’s my favorite afternoon snack. I love how peanuts fill me up and provide nutrients. This recipe is like a guilty, little pleasure that I really don’t have to feel guilty about.

And guess what? My daughter ate it. A recipe I love and one she will eat is a win win in my house, probably for moms everywhere. This is also perfect to make as lunch for a littler person or two. Since the National Institutes of Health now reccomend introducing peanuts to kids earlier in life I try to make sure I squeeze them in to recipes here and there.

Get the full details of the recipe below and hit the Pin button on the left to save it for later!


  • 1 12-inch piece of flatbread
  • 1 cup of Thai Peanut Chicken, which you can find here.
  • ¼ – ½ cup of Monterrey Jack cheese
  • ¼ cup of red pepper
  • ¼ cup of carrots, shredded
  • ¼ cup of peanuts, whole or chopped
  • 2 green onions, sliced and separate the white bulb parts from the chopped green stems.
  • A handful of cilantro, chopped


1. Cook your flatbread for 2 minutes at 375. You can buy this at the store in the bread area or you can make it on your own. I prefer to purchase it for convenience so if you decide to make your own know to disregard the heating instructions for the bread. If the one you purchase comes with different instructions, please follow those so you don’t end up with burnt or undercooked flatbread.

2. Sprinkle half of your Monterrey Jack cheese on your flatbread and then layer your Thai Peanut & Coconut Chicken. Be generous with the chicken. You won’t be sorry. It’s so flavorful.

3. Add the white parts of the green onion, red pepper, carrots and your whole or chopped peanuts.

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4. Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top and then using your hands press down on it a little bit so the ingredients become a little more secure.

5. Stick the whole thing in the over at 375 degrees for another 4 minutes.

6. Remove, let cool, add your cilantro and slice. Then enjoy!

You will find that the crust of the flatbread is perfectly crisp and holds all the ingredients well. I love that there are still a few veggies in there complimenting the peanut flavor and the peanuts give it a yummy crunch in each bite.

If you are making this for yourself or your kids for lunch you will find that you are completely satisfied and if you are making it as an appetizer you might not want to share!

To find the Slow Cooker Peanut Chicken featured on the flatbread, click here.

Happy eating, friends!

Here are more ways you can incoproate peanuts into your diet! Don’t forget to check out the new guidelines for introducing peanuts to infants and if you are diebetic you can find more information about how to incorporate peanuts into your diet here.

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  • robin masshole mommy March 13, 2017 12.25 pm

    We make lots of flatbread pizzas in our house and this one would go over BIG! I need to make this SOON!

  • Mommy Engineering March 13, 2017 02.49 pm

    I love flat bread recipes! They are usually simple and quick to make! I can’t wait to try this! We love anything that is Thai inspired! <3

  • GlamKaren March 13, 2017 03.41 pm

    The flatbread recipes that I keep finding make me so excited to have this on the menu at home more often! My hubs would LOVE this one!

  • Janel Berchielli (@JanelB) March 13, 2017 04.15 pm

    This looks like a very delicious recipe now I just need to find a gluten-free flatbread. I would’ve never thought to use peanuts and nuts combined with cheese on top of a piece of flat bread this is what makes it so interesting to me

  • The Spirited Sloth March 13, 2017 05.12 pm

    There’s nothing quite like Thai peanut recipes, is there? This looks so delicious my tummy is actually grumbling. I’ll be adding this to my meal plan for the week!

  • thecoffeemom0617 March 13, 2017 05.22 pm

    oh man this looks delicious!!! It would be a perfect easy weeknight dinner that I know even my daughter would enjoy

  • Chel Guild March 13, 2017 07.17 pm

    This is such a unique and healthy recipe! I never would have thought of it and definitely want to give it a try!

  • Ana De-Jesus March 14, 2017 12.18 am

    Peanuts and peanut butter is one of my favourite ingredients, especially when it comes to Thai food which I am a big fan of. This looks so good x

  • Tereza (@cityscapebliss) March 14, 2017 07.14 am

    This looks SO nice, I don’t think I’ve ever had peanuts with chicken but can imagine it tastes really exotic! Love your photos too xx

  • journalizramirezgmailcom March 14, 2017 08.44 am

    This Thai recipe looks absolutely delish! It is also unique with the flat bread makes me think a bit of Mexican food! And beautiful colors as well!

  • Carolyn March 14, 2017 01.43 pm

    I love thai food. This looks delicious. I lived in GA for a long time and love GA peanuts. Maybe I’ll make some pad thai tonight.

  • annalisanuttall March 14, 2017 02.53 pm

    Yum this look dleish. I love recipe like this and I love thai food. xx

  • planningthemagic March 14, 2017 02.57 pm

    Yum I love peanuts/peanut butter. Never have thought of it on a flatbread but I can see how that can also be really yummy.

  • thefashionableaccountant March 14, 2017 03.52 pm

    Yumm this looks so good. When I used to eat at Crispers a lot they had a thai chicken flat bread that only looks half as good as this one. Thai food has def been my favorite lately.

  • Cara (@StylishGeek) March 14, 2017 05.33 pm

    I love this recipe! Thai chicken is my favorite, and so is flatbread! Glad you shared your Thai Peanut Chicken Flatbread Recipe so I can combine both of what I love!

  • reesann723 March 14, 2017 06.13 pm

    OOOH! My family loves peanuts and chicken. I need to get flatbreads to make this soon! What a delicious recipe!

  • cvnxena March 14, 2017 06.39 pm

    ooo we love flatbread! This would be an awesome option for us, especially as my husband loves Thai food

  • March 14, 2017 06.49 pm

    This looks and sounds so fabulous! I think my entire family will LOVE it, Pinned it tor try soon!!

  • Jalisa Marie March 15, 2017 01.30 pm

    This looks amazing. My son is obsessed with peanuts and pizza so I am sure he will love it.

  • Heather Riccobono (@BrieBrieBlooms) March 15, 2017 04.31 pm

    This looks wonderful! I bet my girls will be happy to see this on our weekly meal plan next week.

  • Dawn McAlexander March 16, 2017 12.38 am

    That looks like it would taste awesome. I haven’t eaten a lot of flatbreads in my life, but I do like what I have eaten.

  • FitSlowCookerQueen March 16, 2017 01.40 am

    You had me at Thai haha! This looks delicous. Thai is my favorite cuisine so I’ll definitely be making this.

  • The Trophy WifeStyle March 16, 2017 03.35 am

    Omg can we say yum?!!! I just love Thai everything!!!! Must give your recipe a try

  • Brittany March 16, 2017 12.48 pm

    Wow this looks really good! I love new chicken recipes so id love to try!

  • Jessica March 16, 2017 06.14 pm

    Two things. One, this looks amazing! Flatbread “pizzas” are such a simple treat that look difficult (yay, if you’re hosting). Two, I LOVE your backsplash!!!!!

  • Karina Pacheco March 19, 2017 12.28 am

    I’m always looking for fun healthy foods. My family loves Thai food and this is so kid friendlyZ can’t wait to try and make it for my family!

  • Vaishnavi @ Dentmaker March 19, 2017 03.20 am

    Wow, looks so yum. A lovely recipe and an amazing versatile food. I don’t ear peanut chicken but would love to pass this on to friends who do!


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