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How To Make Keto Fiber Tortillas

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This Keto Fiber Tortillas Recipe made with super special new Fiber Fathead Dough, that is extra pliable for any Keto Dishes you can imagine. These 3 ingredients only Nut-Free Keto Dough is extra versatile for any of the Grain-free, Gluten-free or Sugar-free Keto Recipes to come. 

Keto Flat Bread rolled
Keto Fiber Flat Bread

Say goodbye to store-bought Keto tortillas forever.

Fiber and Fathead

After making our Keto Farmers Bread with Potato Fiber and US readers using Oat fiber instead, I have decided to go on and experiment with Fibers a bit more.

Our Flaxseed Keto Wraps are still pretty popular from Keto Flat Bread variation, but this time I thought of combining the best of the best.

Think of the most popular Keto Farmers Bread together with double love of Fathead Dough.

And you have it. 

Fiber Fathead Dough Keto Tortillas 

Did I get your attention? 🙂

Mixing those together, I only needed a few trials until I got what I wanted. 

And those, who know me already know.

Nothing difficult with millions of ingredients.

Bread without flour puffed up a bit
Keto Flat Bread

It needs to be quick, easy, and with as little ingredients as possible. 

And here we have it.

3 Ingredients only Keto Fiber Tortillas.

Fibers in Keto lifestyle

Dietary Fibers are one of the popular ingredients used in the Keto lifestyle. They add volume, they help with binding and add that extra Fiber we are all looking for.

Although the most popular is Psyllium, we do have a few more.

I use most of the time Potato Fiber for our Keto Farmers Bread. 

I have also made Keto Fiber Noodles as well as Keto Fiber Bread Rolls Recipe you can have a look at.

how to make bread without flour easy way
Low Carb Bread

Oat Fiber Recipes

Oat Fiber is used for the same recipe by all of our US readers, as Potato Fiber is not available in the US. And they do get the exact results with Oat fiber as I do with Potato Fiber.

And therefore this recipe is made with Potato Fiber by me, but I do believe and trust that Oat Fiber would be perfectly replaced here as well.

And I have already purchased Oat Fiber for me to experiment together with Bamboo Fiber, I have not even looked at.

Both, Oat Fiber as well as Bamboo Fiber are on its way and I am sure I will soon fill you up with various Keto Oat Fiber Recipes. 

And of course Bamboo Fiber and Potato Fiber Recipes. 

By the way – Potato Fiber, I order in kilos because I bake our Keto Farmers Bread without flour every single week and at the moment have 5 buckets of 1kg each in the storage. 

Keto Tortilla in a basket
Oat Fiber Flat Bread

Rustic looking Fiber Keto Tortillas

As you see in the video, the potato Fiber I have used is not in white color as a normal Flour would be. That gives our Keto Tortillas a rustic hint of look into it, which I actually love. 

I have to yet experiment with Oat Fiber and not sure if that would turn tortillas a bit lighter. 

This is just a note in case you might be using our recipe with Oat Fiber Fathead Dough. 

How to make Keto Fiber Tortillas Recipe

Kitchen Gadgets needed:

  • Nonstick pan
  • Silicone rolling mat

Ingredients needed:

No Flour Bread spread on a parchement paper
Oat Fiber Keto Bread

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE BEST KETO FIBER TORTILLAS RECIPE 

First Step: Fiber Fathead Dough

The first step is to prepare a Fathead Dough. 

The ones, who are following me for a longer time, already know that I do not prepare any of the fathead recipes in the microwave. The reason is not only that I do not like to use the microwave but on the stove, the fathead dough is always a hundred percent perfect.

In the microwave, I never get it as I would wish for.

The process is exactly the same as you would use almond flour but instead using a Potato Fiber (Europe) or Oat Fiber (US), depending on where you live.

First, start melting the mozzarella cheese. Once that is fully melted add fiber, egg, and mix fully until all three ingredients are incorporated into one beautiful silky dough.

Oat Fiber Recipes making Fathead dough with potato or oat fiber

Second Step: Cut the Dough

Once the dough is fully mixed, place it onto the silicone mat and cut it into eight pieces.

For cutting, I just used a plastic cake icing straightener, which I have, but use either a knife or anything you have at home. All you have to do is separate the dough into equal eight parts.

Fiber Fathead Dough cut into smaller pieces

Third Step: Roll and Shape

Once you have the dough separated, take one piece, and roll into a round shape. I like to use a small silicone roller but you can use a wooden one or just a wine bottle.

Roll the tortilla into the thinnest piece possible.

Once the dough is rolled into a round shape take one of the bowls you have at home in the shape and size you want your tortilla to be and press gently to make a perfectly round shape. 

The best is to have a look at our video where it is visually better to understand.

Low Carb Tortillas being rolled

Fourth Step: Store

Once you have cut, sliced, rolled, and shaped your Keto Tortillas, gently place them onto a parchment paper. I normally place parchment paper onto a baking sheet and put each tortilla to be ready for cooking.

How To make Keto Tortillas easy way

Fifth Step: Cook

Once all of the tortillas are rolled you can start getting ready for cooking them.

You can either place all of them into the oven which is also a choice or cook them one by one on the stove.

I have cooked them with and without oil, covered and uncovered, but the results were so similar that whatever you prefer to cook it your way.

oat fiber bread being made

Tips and tricks

Storing – This Keto Fiber Fathead Dough is so versatile, pliable and so soft to work with, that you can store it in the refrigerator and use it later on as well.

Reheating dough – Anytime in the process, you feel that the cheese has hardened and it is not possible to roll as nice anymore, just pop it into the microwave for a few seconds and re-heat. 

Oven-baked – As I already mentioned, you can place the tortillas into the oven and bake it at  200C° (400F) for about 10 to 12 minutes until slightly brown.

Flat Bread without flour on a plate
Keto Tortillas

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Can you store the Keto Fiber Fathead Dough?

This Fiber Fathead Dough is so versatile, soft, and pliable that it could be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container. Every time you need to make a fresh Keto Tortilla, just take a required amount, warm it up in the microwave or oven, roll the tortilla and cook it on the stove.

Can you oven bake Keto Tortillas?

You can bake those Keto Tortillas in the oven as well without any issue. Just make sure you turn them once in between the baking process to make both of the sites fully baked. 
I bake them on to 200C° (400F) for about 10 to 12 minutes until slightly brown.Low Carb Tortillas on a plate with vegetables

What else can you make from Fathead dough?

This Fiber Fathead Dough is so versatile, that it could be used for anything you are using Fathead Dough for. 
I have yet not tried it on anything but will for sure try all of our sets that recipe with all the fiber as well as potato fiber.

Make Keto Pizza with it
Is it as Keto Crackers base
Make Crust for Keto Quiche recipes
And much more

How do you store Keto Fiber Tortilla?

Those Keto Fiber Tortillas are best to eat straight away as they do tend to harden up slightly pretty fast. I would suggest just storing the dough and if you need to make a fresh tortilla just roll it and cook on the stove.
You can also prepare the Tortillas beforehand raw, place parchment paper in between each, and store them either in the fridge or a freezer.Oat Fiber Flat Bread folded in the white basket

Can you freeze Keto Tortillas?

These tortillas are perfect to freeze as well. All you have to do is place them in an airtight container and once you need a few pieces, just take them out of the freezer and let them thaw naturally.

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Rustic looking Tortilla filled with Fiber

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Yield: 8

Keto Fiber Tortillas Recipe

Keto Flat Bread rolled

This Keto Fiber Tortillas Recipe made with super special new Fiber Fathead Dough, that is extra pliable for any Keto Dishes you can imagine. These 3 ingredients only Nut-Free Keto Dough is extra versatile for any of the Grain-free, Gluten-free or Sugar-free Keto Recipes to come.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Instructions

    1. Prepare a Fathead Dough. First, start melting the mozzarella cheese. Once that is fully melted add fiber, egg, and mix fully until all three ingredients are incorporated into one beautiful silky dough. (check Video)
    2. Once the dough is fully mixed, place it onto the silicone mat and cut it into eight pieces.
    3. Separate the dough into equal eight parts.
    4. Once you have the dough separated, take one piece, and roll into a round shape. I like to use a small silicone roller but you can use a wooden one or just a wine bottle.
    5. Roll the tortilla into the thinnest piece possible.
    6. Once the dough is rolled into a round shape take one of the bowls you have at home in the shape and size you want your tortilla to be and press gently to make a perfectly round shape. (check Video)
    7. After you have cut, sliced, rolled, and shaped your Keto Tortillas, gently place them onto a parchment paper.
    8. Once all of the tortillas are rolled you can start getting ready for cooking them.
    9. You can either place all of them into the oven( 200C° (400F) for about 10 to 12 minutes until slightly brown) which is also a choice, or cook them one by one on the stove.

Notes

Storing - This Keto Fiber Fathead Dough is so versatile, pliable and so soft to work with, that you can store it in the refrigerator and use it later on as well.

Reheating dough - Anytime in the process, you feel that the cheese has hardened and it is not possible to roll as nice anymore, just pop it into the microwave for a few seconds and re-heat.

Oven-baked - As I already mentioned, you can place the tortillas into the oven and bake it at 200C° (400F) for about 10 to 12 minutes until slightly brown.

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 116Total Fat 7gCarbohydrates 1gFiber 4gProtein 8g

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