50 Best Low-Carb Tortillas 🌮

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Best Low-Carb Tortilla Recipes

When going on a diet, especially a low-carb diet, sometimes it’s not even the foods that become easy to miss, it’s the simplicity of things. Whether it’s the feeling of snacking on junk food or the lack of foods you can pack and eat at work or on the go, sometimes it can feel as though it’s simply easier to ditch the diet and go eat some chips and a sandwich. Often knowing that low-carb foods are a better option isn’t enough to keep you from really wanting that bag of potato chips.

Low-carb tortillas and no carb tortillas can be a godsend in these moments. You can use them for wraps, snack foods, entrées, appetizers and more. They taste great and will nip any leftover bread and snack cravings right in the bud. With the right ingredients, you might even be able to make no carb tortilla chips, meaning you get all the snack value without abandoning the search for the healthiest low-carb foods you can make.

Low-carb tortilla chips are especially great for a diet. Regular tortilla chips have an average of 22 grams of carbs per ounce, which is pretty high for a diet if you want something to munch on. However, the amount of carbs in tortilla chips is already lower than most snack foods, and tortilla chips are often higher in fiber and nutrients than other junk foods like crackers or potato chips. With the right recipe, you can get low-carb tortilla chips that have about 6 grams of carbs per ounce, and often the change in flours and other ingredients will only add to the nutritional value of chips.

When on a diet, it’s important to know how to settle your cravings, or eventually you’ll break your diet. Small meals and snacks can hurt your diet, but in small amounts and with healthy snacks, they can really help you keep yourself on track. Low-carb tortilla chips can satisfy snack cravings, which can be a surprisingly large part of diet cravings. By cutting down the amount of carbs in tortilla chips you use for snacking, you’ll make a notable dent in the amount of carbs you’re taking in. These low-carb tortilla chips can taste just as good and will quell the need for a snack, making it easier for you to keep to the diet plan you’re working on.

To get you into the spirit, here are 50 of the best low-carb tortilla and low-carb tortilla chip recipes we could find!

These 50 Tortilla Recipes Will Make Your Diet Feel Like A Breeze!

Low-Carb Toritllas Recipes

1. Pork Rind Tortillas

Pork Rind Tortillas

Detailed recipe and credit – theprimitivepalate.com

This recipe is a great replacement for soft tortillas. The pork rind mock flour gives these low-carb tortillas a salty, spicy flavor that goes absolutely perfect with taco ingredients, but keeps its carb count low enough that you’ll stay right on track with your diet. If you’re not feeling taco night, these tortillas still have a thick, sturdy structure that makes them great for other salty foods like sandwiches or gyros.

2. Paleo Tortillas With Flaxseeds And Eggs

Paleo Tortillas With Flaxseeds And Eggs

Detailed recipe and credit – thethingswellmake.com

These tortillas are not only great for a low-carb diet, they are also entirely paleo and come loaded with flaxseed, a super food that’s super great for high cholesterol, high blood pressure and even depression. If that’s not enough to get you hooked on these tortillas, they are as easy to make as they are healthy. They keep well for days and are thin and flexible, meaning they’re perfect for a quick and healthy wrap.

3. Low Carb Tortillas

Low Carb Tortillas

Detailed recipe and credit – ditchthewheat.com

For a stiffer low-carb option that might taste more like the crispy fried tortillas we’re used to, this recipe is a must. Using a combination of mock flours, this recipe gives some crunchy, nutrient rich, low-carb tortillas that make a killer chicken quesadilla. Like the earlier recipes, this is a piece of cake to prepare and just as delicious. Just mix up the ingredients and the tortilla can be fried in minutes!

4. Cauliflower Tortillas

Cauliflower Tortillas

Detailed recipe and credit – ondietandhealth.com

These no-carb tortillas are a little more creative and take a bit longer to make, but they are every bit as tasty as the previous ones. They are thicker and softer than most tortillas, but they taste wonderful. They are much easier to make in small sizes, making them ideal for mini-sandwiches. These make great low-carb foods for parties and appetizers, and are also great for a quick meal or snack.

5. Tortilla Recipe

Tortilla Recipe

Detailed recipe and credit – the-lowcarb-diet.com

These low-carb tortillas look and feel just like regular tortillas. They use mock flours that carry very little extra taste, meaning you can choose your seasoning to fit whatever dish you want to make with your tortillas. These tortillas have a strong texture, meaning they will survive a little manipulation. This makes them spectacular for burritos and wraps, and makes it easier to make bigger tortillas that are ideal for most entrée dishes.

6. Low Carb Tortillas, Wraps And Chalupa Shells

Low Carb Tortillas, Wraps And Chalupa Shells

Detailed recipe and credit – lowcarbmaven.com

These two recipes are gluten, grain and dairy free options. They make great tortillas that stay nice and soft. These recipes might be a little further from the familiar taste of regular tortillas, but they have a good texture and a good taste of their own, but with the added benefit of being healthier and free of several common allergens, making them a low-carb tortilla recipe for anyone who has further dietary restrictions that might complicate a diet.

7. Blt Lettuce Wraps

Blt Lettuce Wraps

Detailed recipe and credit – jackieshappyplate.com

Want a great snack but feeling a little behind on your diet goals? Go for an extra low-carb option! These BLT wraps have all the crunchy goodness that we know and love in our BLT sandwiches with only a fraction of the carbs. Choose a low-carb mayo or make your own carb free mayo to cut that carb count down even further. With a carb free mayo, this snack is totally carb free without losing any of the advantages or taste of a classic BLT!

8. Traditional Tex-Mex Low Carb Fiesta

Traditional Tex-Mex Low Carb Fiesta

Detailed recipe and credit – ketodietapp.com

Not a big fan of wheat tortillas? More of a corn tortilla person? These corn tortillas are almost exactly like the real deal. They’re soft, malleable and taste wonderful. They’re also grain and nut free! They don’t take a lot of skill to make, and are oven-baked, meaning it’s easy enough to choose how thin you want to spread them according to what kind of texture you’d like to see.

9. Zucchini Tortillas

Zucchini Tortillas

Detailed recipe and credit – mariamindbodyhealth.com

Get your daily veggies and your snack fix in one go. Zucchini has lots of nutritional value, but might be a bit of a milestone for pickier eaters. These tortillas are a great way to ease into the zucchini lifestyle, since they’ll bring out the best in the zucchini without tasting too bland or “goopy”. They can taste a little “eggy”, but this just means they make the ideal outer layer for a healthy and delicious breakfast burrito.

10. Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie

Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pie

Detailed recipe and credit – mysequinedlife.com

This tortilla pie recipe has it all. It’s easy to make and tastes absolutely amazing. Whether you’ve got a craving for pot pie or a craving for quesadillas to satisfy or you want to try something new and exciting, this pie is the recipe for you. It has a unique taste that’s still similar enough to several great recipes, and is easy to throw together and pop into the oven. It’s got a low carb to protein ratio to start with, but replace the tortillas with any of the low-carb tortillas recipes on this list and you’ve got it covered!

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