I teamed up with the incredible folks over at Flatout again to bring you this easy and delicious Monte cristo sandwich.. I truly never get bored of creating ways to use my favorite flatouts, the options are endless.. Check out their store locator to see where they are available near you.. All their products are weight watcher point friendly ranging from 2-4 points each. This easy monte cristo sandwich which is great for breakfast or lunch was made using the everything fold its, one of my favorites! 5 freestyle smart points each..


Monte cristo flatout sandwich

5PP, 5 SP on blue, green & purple
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Main meals
Servings 2


  • 2 everything flatout fold it breads
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg white I use liquid egg whites, 2 Tbsp
  • 1 Tbsp milk
  • Dash of salt & pepper
  • Pinch of paprika
  • 1 Tbsp ranch dressing
  • 4 oz deli ham
  • 4 Tbsp shredded asiago cheese


  • In a bowl (big enough to dip your folded flatout) whisk together your egg, egg white, milk, salt and pepper and pinch of paprika.
  • Spray a medium size frying pan with some non stick spray and heat on stove top over medium.
  • Lay out your fold it breads and spread 1/2 Tbsp of your ranch dressing over each fold it.
  • Place 2 oz of deli ham on each and top with 2 Tbsp of your cheese, fold sandwich over and dip thoroughly in your egg mixture.
  • Cook in pan, flipping over after 5 minutes, be sure to get around your edges as well.
  • Serve immediately.. Makes 2 sandwiches..
  • *Updated, originally had this as 4 WW freestyle points, I was getting the flatout fold its mixed up, the 5 grain and flax I buy in the U.S are 2SP each, these everything ones are 3SP, so if using the everything fold it these are 5 smart points each on WW freestyle, the other 2 points come from the ham (1SP) and cheese (1SP)


Personal Points- 5 using WW recipe builderΒ 
SP Freestyle- (blue, green & purple) 5 using WW recipe builder
Points plus- 6 using PP calculator
Nutritional info per sandwich.. Calories 265..Fat 10.1g..Saturated fat 2.9g...Carbs 11.8g...Fiber 3g...Sugar 1.1g...Protein 25.4g using My Fitness Pal
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  1. 5 stars
    Ooh i’ll have to try this with turkey! (I don’t eat pork). I have asiago laughing cow cheese too. Wonder if that would bring the PP down a little?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi katie, Mmmm asiago laughing cow sounds wonderful, it might alter points slightly but not much.. Hope you enjoy it πŸ™‚

  2. 5 stars
    Made these for dinner tonight and they were a huge hit! Thanks for the quick, point friendly, simple recipe.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Michele, so glad they were enjoyed by all πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      Did you try their store locator? Are you Canada or U.S?

  3. Rosemary Little Reply

    This looks so yummy! I have looked in my stores and can’t find the foldouts. Is there a substitute? And what kind of cheese can be substituted for the Asiago?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi, any cheese you like really.. and not sure on a substitute for the fold it, if you can find a similar wrap that is shaped more like a sandwich bun??

  4. This looks great! Definitely something that appears filling! Unfortunately I’m in Germany, do you think pitas would work? The base commissaries only have so much to offer…

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Jeanette, I think you replied on my IG, yeah I would think you can try a pita or regular bread even.. πŸ™‚

    • I’ll bet Pepperidge Farm Deli Flats would work … not sure of the points but I’ll bet they’re comparable

  5. Do these freeze well? I like to make all my lunches on Sunday and then grab and go during the week. Thx!

    • Drizzle Reply

      To be honest I have never froze them, I would like to think they would.. I you try it maybe let me know how they held up in case someone else asks.. Thanks πŸ™‚

  6. 5 stars
    Made two of these last night to bring for lunch this week. Used mozzarella as I could not find shredded asiago and I’m just too lazy to shred my own (though I bet Asiago, or another stronger-tasting cheese would have tasted even better). I heated it up in the toaster oven here at work for dessert – it is just DELICIOUS!! As a WW I tend to get bored of the same old point-friendly foods. I also work 12 hour days during the week and often eat three meals at work, so anything I make on Sunday – I must be able to take to work. This will definitely be a new go-to! I also cook only for myself and I like that this recipe is only for two servings.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Holly, I am so glad you enjoyed them and they fit good into your busy schedule πŸ™‚

  7. 5 stars
    This was AMAHHHHZING and kept me full until the next morning (no late night snacking!)

  8. Just made this for dinner tonight!! A family favourite!! My husband ate 3 of them!! Lol

  9. This has become my go-to sandwich. I have even started changing it up for variations. I used a laughing cow queso and some crockpot chicken breast with a few bacon bits and a slice of Velveeta to make it extra cheesy. The variations to this sandwich are endless! Thanks for the inspiration! ❀

  10. Colleen Farrell Reply

    When you dip in egg how do you count it towards smart points? I loved it. Thank you!!!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi, so one egg is 2SP, the egg whites have no points, not too sure what your asking sorry

      • I have the same question…..since you don’t actually use the whole egg on one sandwich or really on 2 sandwiches, how do you “count” the 2 SP?

        • Drizzle Reply

          I guess that is to your discretion .. I used both the WW recipe builder and MFP to get nutri info and just used 1 egg, sure you don’t use it all but I did use most of it between the 2..

  11. Time to slim down for my wedding…tried this and can’t believe how delicious it was! And very easy to take to work. Can’t wait to try more of your recipes! πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      So glad you enjoyed it Kaitlyn, good luck on your journey and hope you have a beautiful wedding!! πŸ™‚

  12. I made this the other day and it was delicious! I was wondering though, mine came out a little watery. Is it supposed to be this way or did I do something wrong?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Stefanie, I am not sure what you mean by watery.. the sandwich was watery?? If so then I’d cook longer cause no it should not be.. you want it cooking similar to how french toast would, no uncooked egg on it

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  14. Hello! This looks amazing. What kind of milk did you use to keep it 6sp? Thank you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi I use 1%, 1 Tbsp is not enough to have a point value really

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  17. When I put this into the recipe builder it comes out to 8 points. What am I doing wrong? I’m new to WW so still learning.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi there, could be different ingredients, different cheese brand, or meat.. or even ranch, small things can add up, I can only base it of what I used.. and I use the WW recipe builder, simple math and my fitness pal to check my points

  18. I was trying to follow you on weight watchers connect. I’m a new a member as if a wk ago. I can’t find you there under drizzle me skinny? Your recipes are amazing!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Kathy, sorry I don’t do connect, with my blog, Facebook and Instagram I had to draw the line somewhere so I could still keep time aside for my family, social media is very time consuming, hope you can understand.. and I hope you enjoy the recipes πŸ™‚

  19. how do you get the free style points for this? per serving, the ham is 2pts, the dressing is 1.5, the flat out 2, plus the cheese??

    • Drizzle Reply

      Points can vary based on what brands you are using, my ham is 1, dressing 1 and cheese 1..

        • Drizzle Reply

          Ham is a lifestyle fat free brand I get from my local grocery store deli and I asked to see the nutri info, ranch is a light PC (canadian brand) or I’ll use my zero point ranch dressing, and cheese is also a brand from my local grocery store here in Ontario, not too sure where you are located.. 20z of any lean deli ham should only be 1 point, the dressing is 1/2 Tbsp per flatout and that should only be 1 point if that, and the cheese again just 2 Tbsp per sandwich, any light cheese should only run you a point for 2 Tbsp

  20. Karen Gebel Reply

    Made this today and it is wonderful. I added garlic powder and orgeno for some added favoring. I will make again!

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  22. Kathryn Cunningham Reply

    So good!! I needed something different and this turned out to be a great choice that was “family friendly”. I used the Rosemary & Olive Oil Foldit, hmmmm all those flavors together were so good! I’ll make it again, and experiment with different variations. Thanks!

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  26. Drizzle Reply

    Yes, I am aware of that, this recipe was created when they had points, you can use eggs if you wish

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  29. Is it 4 points per sandwich or is it 4 points for the whole recipe?

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  31. Okay wow wow wow! This is one of the best things I’ve ever eaten 🀣
    The flavour combo of the ranch and Asiago and ham is to die for. Thank you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Awesome, I am so glad you enjoyed it Natalie πŸ™‚

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