Posted on 01 March 2011. Tags: Atkins tortilla recipe, high protein breads, low calorie tortilla, low carb breads, Low carb tortilla recipe, low carb tortillas
1/2 cup Almond Flour
3 tablespoons calorie countdown milk
2 tablespoons soy grits
1/2 cups ricotta cheese
1/8 tsp salt
1 teaspoon olive oil greasing the pan
Please see video above for the method.
These look so good! I know it’s been a few years since you posted it, but because I’ve been making tortillas with coconut oil for a couple of weeks now I wanted to say that it’s definitely possible. If you don’t want to affect the flavor, you could use coconut cooking oil, which is more refined and has more MCT’s but no coconut scent or flavor. It looks and smells more like regular vegetable oil and is always liquid. Personally, I prefer real organic coconut oil.
I think think it’s something you will find locally. I got it on Amazon.com
Where does one find soy grits in the L.A. area? I’ve been to a lot of stores but they’ve never heard of them.
I don’t use soy-any substitutes for that and probably can use almond milk with these.
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I don’t think that would work because it would change the taste, but you can try it. Let me know how it turns out : )
Can you use coconut oil to cook the tortilla?
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