Healthy Low Carb Wraps
Healthy Low Carb Wraps
These great tasting Healthy Low Carb Wraps mean that lunch wraps, naan bread and burritos are possible for those of you with dietary restrictions or trying to reduce their carb intake. These wraps have an amazingly neutral taste even though they are made from coconut flour and almond meal, as you cannot taste the coconut/almond flavors at all. They taste like a wholemeal/grainy wrap that you might buy from the store. Not only these wraps low carb and keto but they are also gluten free, so are also great for anyone with a gluten intolerance.
These are really pliable wraps so they won’t fall apart easily if you are using them for wraps or burritos. The flavor is not eggy at all like a many of the other low carb wrap recipes, and they taste amazing.
How To Serve These Healthy Low Carb Wraps
Serve these as bread wraps with your favorite fillings or use for breakfast burritos. These also go really well when used as a healthy tortilla option to go with Mexican dishes. Try them as Naan bread to serve with Indian food or use them as dippers..
Freezing Healthy Low Carb Wraps
These wraps are suitable for freezing once made. Seal them individually as they will stick together if placed on top of each other and you won’t be able to separate them. Note that when you make the dough, allow it to rest for about 10-20 minutes before rolling it out. I wouldn’t advise you leaving the dough for an extended period of time though as it will lose its tackiness and become too hard to roll out.
Tips For Rolling Out Your Wraps
Other Delicious Wrap and Tortilla Recipes
For some more great low carb wrap or tortilla options, check out some of these recipes. There’s a delicious Cauliflower Flat Bread Pizza Base recipe that is a great healthy option if you are after more of a flatbread option. There are also a couple of other wrap recipes that are brilliant, such as this Low Carb Gluten Free Tortilla recipe, which creates a soft and pliable white, mild tasting tortilla. It is one of my favorite tortillas to use with Mexican food, such as soft tacos and burritos. There is also a great tasting egg free and nut free wrap which you will find at Egg-Free Keto Wrap Recipe.
There is a wrap for every occasion on this blog and they cover off on most dietary restrictions, which makes life easier for many of you.
- ¼ cup psyllium husks
- ¼ cup chia seeds
- 100 gms almond flour/almond meal
- 50 gms coconut flour
- 1 teaspoon salt or to taste
- ¼ garlic powder
- 100 gms melted butter or EVOO- extra virgin olive oil
- 1 egg
- 210 mls water
- Grind the psyllium and chia seeds to a fine powder. Blend well to ensure there are no gritty bits in the mix.
- Add the ground chia/psyllium mix to the coconut and almond flour in a medium bowl. Add the garlic powder and salt and mix really well to combine.
- Stir in the melted butter or oil and add the water and the egg. Mix until really well combined.
- Leave the mix to sit for approximately 10 minutes so the ingredients can bind.
- Divide the mix into approximately 10-12 even sized balls.
- Roll one ball out with a rolling pin between two sheets of quality baking paper till approximately 2-3 mm/ .12 " thick. Trim for a perfectly round tortilla or leave as it is for a hand made "Artisan" look.
- Heat a medium frying pan on the stove top on medium temperature. Drizzle a little olive oil in the pan. When the oil is medium hot gently peel your tortilla off the baking paper and place the wrap in the hot pan.
- Cook for approximately 1 ½ - 2 minutes on each side until the tortilla has unevenly browned slightly. Turn the tortilla over and do the same on the other side.
- While this tortilla is cooking, roll out your next one ready for cooking.
- Drizzle the frying pan with a tiny amount of oil in between tortillas. Continue cooking and rolling out tortillas until they have all been cooked.
- Tortillas can be frozen if separated into individual serves in an airtight zip lock bag. Use cling wrap or paper in between tortilla's to separate.
13 thoughts on “Healthy Low Carb Wraps”
These look nice and simple to make. And I like that they can be frozen. Thank you for the recipe. On my list to try along with your Pad Thai. Regards. Noelene
Thanks Noelene. I hope you enjoy them once you get around to making them.
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