Keto Wraps

These keto wraps are versatile and complement both savory and sweet fillings. Whether you're craving a hearty breakfast sandwich, a satisfying burrito or quesadilla, or indulging in a chocolate hazelnut spread and strawberry crepe, these wraps are a perfect fit for your keto lifestyle.  As a keto coach, I appreciate the macronutrients of these wraps as they offer a delicious dairy-free and low-fat option to customize macros easily for your ketogenic goals.  Plus, they freeze well and are an excellent make-ahead keto bread substitute to have ready in your freezer.

This recipe is inspired by Egg Life Foods, which aren't available in Canada at the time of this post. However, if you're in the USA, I highly recommend these wraps.  I found them at Whole Foods in the refrigerated section, and I imagine other health food store chains may carry them as well.  They made perfect low-carb sandwiches for my family while we were traveling.

Keto Wraps

Serves |7
2 cups fresh egg whites or 500g carton egg whites
1 tablespoon xanthan gum
1/2 teaspoon salt
Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until the mixture becomes opaque and gelatinous.
Lightly grease a non-stick pan, crepe pan, or griddle with avocado oil.
Warm the pan to medium heat.
Pour 1/3 cup of batter onto the preheated cooking surface and use an offset spatula to shape it into a thin circle approximately 7-8 inches in diameter. Cook until the edges begin to curl, then flip the wrap and cook the other side. I often flip the wrap a few more times during the cooking process, while pressing down on the wrap with a spatula. You can tell when the wrap is done when you don't hear moisture sizzling when pressing down on the wrap with a spatula. (see notes for more recipe tips)
Once cooked, remove the wrap and place on a cooling rack. Repeat the process with the remaining batter.
Store the wraps in the fridge for up to four days or freeze them. They thaw quickly when needed. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes:

Cooking the wraps long enough is key for an ideal wrap texture.  If you hear a sizzling sound or feel a squishy texture when pressing down on the wrap with a spatula, the wrap isn't done yet.  I also check for moisture when the wraps are on the cooling rack.  If they still feel moist after cooling, I'll put them back in the pan for a few more minutes.

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