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Keto Tortilla Recipe with 0 Net Carbs

Our Easy To Make Keto Tortilla Recipe with 0 Net Carbs is a Great Addition to all Keto Bread Selections. This Low Carb Tortilla is not made with Almond Flour but Famous Oat Fiber we all love and adore.

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Keto Tortilla Recipe

Best for making a whole enchilada casserole. Using our enchilada seasoning to make a perfect sauce, wrapping those beauties with cooked chicken and lots of cheese will make the best keto dinner you have ever dreamed of.

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Keto bread recipes to try

As we always look for new and better keto bread, it is the right place to mention some low carb recipes.

Our keto farmers bread, the best keto bread with the smell, look, and crust of real bread, needs to be in your kitchen.

And when left for a bit longer, our eggy bread is a perfect recipe to make with it. If left even longer, make some bread crumbs or croutons.

For more breakfast choices, I have got you protein buns used for the best-ever breakfast sandwich.

Next come bagels topped with homemade everything bagel seasoning, chaffles, bread rolls, and low-carb buns.

This is only a tiny portion of what I offer you. Our whole section for keto bread recipes will reveal even more beauties.

Recipes for low carb keto tortillas

Not forgetting our tortillas, as this is why you are here, I have even a few different low-carb tortillas recipes for you to look at.

On the crispy side, almond flour taco shells are great when you have a feel for something crunchy. And our fiber tortillas on the other side are perfectly soft and great as a flatbread.

And if you are in a hurry and want only one single-ingredient recipe, our flaxseed wraps will become your best friend.

Are tortillas keto?

Real tortillas are very far from keto.

They are usually filled with regular flour like corn tortillas or wheat flour tortillas, which are high in carbs.

From now on, you can have the perfect keto tortilla every day by using 3 ingredients only. And that is what todays go-to recipe is all about.

What are keto tortillas?

Keto tortillas are tortillas made with one of the flour replacements in our lifestyle. You find recipes with various keto flour such as almond meal, coconut flour, blanched almond flour, sunflower seed flour, and much more.

You can even find cauliflower tortillas, which I have to try myself.

They all contain much fewer carbs than regular tortillas, and it is only up to you which flavors you prefer.

How many carbs are in a keto tortilla?

Our keto friendly recipe gives you the best of the best.

One tortilla contains 0 carbs and 11 grams of fiber. To count it all together, you get into minus net carb per tortilla if that ever exists.

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Best keto tortilla recipe – 3 ingredients only

This specific tortilla recipe was developed by me, precisely four enchilada casserole. I had the recipe already in my head since I made first-time keto pizza using fathead dough.

And as oat fiber has become one of my most favorable flour in cooking and baking, I had to make tortillas with it.

I do regret I should have made it a long time ago. Those tortillas are so pliable, soft, and great for wraps that you will have them in your freezer from now on.

What ingredients are in low carb tortillas?

Would you ever believe that those great tortillas are made of only 3 ingredients? You can even have one ingredient, flaxseed wrap, but that is another story.

In this recipe, all you need is oat fiber as a replacement for flour, eggs to hold it all together, and cheese to give you the pliability, fat and all the flavors.

Ideas for keto wraps

Keto wraps are a great way to enjoy a low-carb meal. There are many different ideas for keto wraps that can be made at home. One of the simplest and most popular options is to use lettuce leaves as the wrap instead of a traditional tortilla or flatbread.

The lettuce leaves provide an excellent crunchy texture and can easily be filled with your favorite vegetables, proteins, and sauces.

Another option is to use cheese slices as a wrap – simply place the ingredients between two slices of cheese and heat until melted. For a more creative twist, you can use roasted vegetables such as peppers, zucchini, and eggplant as the wrap itself – just fill them up with your favorite ingredients and enjoy.

With these ideas, you can create delicious keto wraps that are both nutritious and satisfying.

And if you have a feel for real keto tortillas, I am here with my simple recipe for you.

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Keto Tortilla Recipe

How to make low-carb tortillas?

Let us start with our fantastic recipe to have you on a low carb diet still. Enjoy these low carb tortillas with your family and friends. Total measurements are written in the recipe card below.

Kitchen gadgets needed:

  • Cooking pot
  • Silicone rolling sheet
  • Rolling pin
  • Round shape bowl
  • Baking tray
  • Parchment paper

Ingredients needed:

  • Mozzarella
  • Eggs
  • Oat fiber

*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.

STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING KETO-FRIENDLY TORTILLAS

First step: Prepare ingredients

Prepare your ingredients to make amazing keto and gluten-free tortillas. That is oat fiber, eggs, and mozzarella.

Regarding the cheese, it is best to use a whole block of mozzarella and shred it yourselves at home. In that way, you have no additional starches, generally in the pre-shredded store-bought packets.

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Low Carb tortillas

Second step: Heat up mozzarella

On your stove, heat up to mozzarella on medium heat. Using a wooden spoon, gently stir from time to time for all of the cheese to melt. Keep heating up until you have a smooth melted cheese.

Oven-Baked Tortilla heating up cheese.
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Third step: Add oat fiber and eggs

Switch the heat off and add oat fiber. Blend it in.

Add eggs and mix thoroughly. Keep mixing until you get a combined uniformed smooth dough. If you feel mozzarella needs to be melted again, switch the heat on low and keep blending.

Keto Tortilla Recipe mixing dough.
Oven-Baked Tortilla

Fourth step: Work out the dough

Once you have the dough similar to my in the video, place it all on a silicone rolling sheet and using your hands keep working the dough.

As you see on the video, I stretch and fold the dough several times. Keep stretching and folding until you get a really smooth consistency. The process might take somewhere between 5 to 8 minutes.

Keto Tortillas working out the dough.
Keto Tortilla Recipe

Fifth step: Shape tortillas

Once you are happy with the consistency, split your dough into 8 pieces. That is how many I managed to make. If you want to make smaller or larger tortillas, decide on the amount.

Using a roller, roll one piece into a round flat sheet. Shape your tortillas using either a round, sharp bowl or anything similar.

Place each wrap onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.

At this time, you can heat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit or 180 Celsius.

Once you have all the tortillas ready, place them into a preheated oven and bake the tortillas for 8 to 10 minutes until you see the edges starting to brown. I managed to fit 4 tortillas on each baking sheet.

Once you make the tortillas, to keep them soft, it is best to wrap them in aluminum foil or parchment paper immediately when they are taken out of the oven.

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Keto Tortillas

Tips for the best low carb tortilla recipe

  • Tortilla press – even though I have not tried it, you can use a tortilla press to make and shape tortillas. Make sure you place the tortilla dough between parchment paper or wax paper, so it does not stick onto the surface of tortilla press.
  • Food processor – I have seen some people using a food processor to mix cheese with flour before heating it. I have not tried it personally, but please do if you feel like experimenting.
  • Wrap – once you make these tortillas, it is best to wrap them immediately in parchment paper or aluminum foil. Otherwise, tortillas would dry fast.
  • Make tortilla chips – cutting them into triangles and letting them bake a bit longer would give you perfect crunchy keto tortilla chips.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

What to serve with gluten free tortillas?

Our tortillas are sturdy enough to hold any amount of filling. Gluten-free, as well as paleo tortillas, make an excellent base for any meal. If you want to serve something light, try pairing the tortillas with grilled vegetables or some fresh salad.

Fill the tortillas with your favorite proteins like chicken, ground beef, fish or shrimp for a heartier meal. You can also top them with cheese for a traditional Mexican-style dish.

For a more flavorful twist, top the tortillas with guacamole or salsa, adding a bit of spice to your meal.

Serve up these gluten-free goodies alongside some tortilla chips and taco meat, and you’ll have an easy but delicious meal that everyone will enjoy, and you will still stay on a keto diet.

Can you use coconut flour?

Coconut flour, compared to the other nut flours, is very dry. It is much more absorbent than almond flour. Therefore, if you use it in any recipe, a 1/4 amount is more than enough. You can replace oat fiber with coconut flour here, but add only half of the amount.

I have not tried this recipe with coconut flour and am worried it will be dry, and the tortillas may need a bit more moisture. I would also add a pinch of xanthan gum and psyllium husk to soften the dough.

How do you make almond flour tortillas?

Following the same steps, you can replace oat fiber with almond flour one to one.

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Oven baked tortillas

How to store low carb tortillas?

Low carb tortillas are an excellent and nutritious alternative to traditional high-carb bread, but they must be stored properly to maintain their freshness.

Tortillas can be stored in the fridge or a freezer.

To store them, wrap each tortilla in a clean paper towel or plastic wrap before placing it in an airtight container. The container should be kept in a refrigerator.

Warm the tortillas in a skillet or oven for best results when ready to use. If you find them too dry, using a wet hand, layer some moisture before heating them.

Be sure to consume the tortillas within three days for optimal flavor and quality.

If not used it within this time, freeze leftover tortillas for later use.

With careful storage and preparation, low carb tortillas can bring delicious flavors to your meals for weeks.

Can you freeze homemade tortillas?

Yes, you can freeze homemade tortillas. The best way to do this is to wrap them tightly in plastic or place them in a freezer-safe bag. When you are ready to use these tortillas, take them out of the freezer and let them thaw at room temperature or in the refrigerator.
To reheat the tortillas, heat them in a skillet on medium heat for about 30 seconds on each side.
Homemade tortillas will last 3 months in the freezer and stay fresh when properly sealed and frozen. With this method, you can enjoy delicious homemade tortillas whenever you’d like.

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Yield: 8

Keto Tortilla Recipe with 0 Net Carbs

Low Carb tortillas ready to enjoy.

Our Easy To Make Keto Tortilla Recipe with 0 Net Carbs is a Great Addition to all Keto Bread Selections. This Low Carb Tortilla is not made with Almond Flour but Famous Oat Fiber we all love and adore.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2.5 Cups (250 grams) Shredded mozarella
  • 2 Eggs
  • 10 Tablespoons (50 grams) Oat fiber

Instructions

  1. Prepare your ingredients to make amazing keto and gluten-free tortillas. That is oat fiber, eggs, and mozzarella.
  2. On your stove, heat up to mozzarella on medium heat. Using a wooden spoon, gently stir from time to time for all of the cheese to melt. Keep heating up until you have a smooth melted cheese.
  3. Switch the heat off and add oat fiber. Blend it in. Add eggs and mix thoroughly. Keep mixing until you get a combined uniformed smooth dough. If you feel mozzarella needs to be melted again, switch the heat on low and keep blending.
  4. Once you have the dough similar to my in the video, place it all on a silicone rolling sheet and using your hands keep working the dough. As you see on the video, I stretch and fold the dough several times. Keep stretching and folding until you get a really smooth consistency. The process might take somewhere between 5 to 8 minutes.
  5. Once you are happy with the consistency, split your dough into 8 pieces. That is how many I managed to make. If you want to make smaller or larger tortillas, decide on the amount. Using a roller, roll one piece into a round flat sheet. Shape your tortillas using either a round, sharp bowl or anything similar. Place each wrap onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. At this time, you can heat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit or 180 Celsius. Once you have all the tortillas ready, place them into a preheated oven and bake the tortillas for 8 to 10 minutes until you see the edges starting to brown. I managed to fit 4 tortillas on each baking sheet.

Notes

  • Tortilla press - even though I have not tried it, you can use a tortilla press to make and shape tortillas. Make sure you place the tortilla dough between parchment paper or wax paper, so it does not stick onto the surface of tortilla press.
  • Food processor - I have seen some people using a food processor to mix cheese with flour before heating it. I have not tried it personally, but please do if you feel like experimenting.
  • Wrap - once you make these tortillas, it is best to wrap them immediately in parchment paper or aluminum foil. Otherwise, tortillas would dry fast.
  • Make tortilla chips - cutting them into triangles and letting them bake a bit longer would give you perfect crunchy keto tortilla chips.

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Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1 Flat bread

Amount Per Serving Calories 25Total Fat 2gCarbohydrates 0gFiber 11gProtein 2g

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