EASY LOW-CARB FLAT-BREADS (YEAST RISEN!)

EASY LOW-CARB FLAT-BREADS (YEAST RISEN!)

low-carb flat bread

Low-Carb Flat Bread (Yeast Risen)

GUYS IT’S BEEN A WHILE BUT I’M BACK AND MORE EXCITED THAN EVER TO RELEASE SOME NEW EPIC RECIPES I’VE BEEN HOLDING ON TO!

This one literally blew me away. I mean I feel like I’ve stepped up to the next-level of low-carb baking with this recipe.

If you know my blog then you know I had a previous “Amazing 10 Min Flat Bread” go viral.

That low-carb flat bread was great and I still am proud of it to this day but I mean this recipe…for a little extra time (but hardly any extra work) makes that recipe look like yesterday’s news.

This new low-carb flatbread is stretchy, easily foldable, DOESN’T FALL APART. It has the texture and mouth feel of real flat bread..PLUS you can freeze it for later use without it becoming dried out quickly. Continue reading “EASY LOW-CARB FLAT-BREADS (YEAST RISEN!)”

High Protein/Fibre Chocolate Strawberry Banana Filled Crepes

High Protein/Fibre Chocolate Strawberry Banana Filled Crepes

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Okay so the first time I tried crepes, I didn’t like them. Why? They served them plain with no sauce or fruit! That’s like serving PB & J without the PB & J!! So when I went to Mexico and saw the had a crepe booth, I was a bit skeptical of how they would taste. But oh my lord, these were amazing! They had a warm chocolatey filling served atop a sweet strawberry sauce with chopped bananas, strawberries & powdered sugar on top of the crepe itself. Word’s cannot describe how amazing these were. When I got back I forgot about my amazing crepes for awhile..that is until this morning when I had this crazy craving for crepes! Knowing I could not deny this craving, I created my own version of those memorable crepes. The result?? They are awesome! The filling is sweet and delicious, I could just eat it off a spoon! & The chocolate Sauce? OMG heaven. The crepe was done french toast style so it’s light cinnamon sugar flavour just adds to the awesomeness of this dish.

Ingredients:

-1 multigrain Flat Out Wrap (these are great, high fibre, high protein, low-fat)

-1/3 cup egg whites

-1/3 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

-1 tbsp homemade SF Chocolate Syrup.fr_2103_size880

-3/4 cup frozen strawberries(110g)

-1/3 a ripe banana mashed

-1 tsp sweetener of choice(I used splenda)

-1/4 tsp vanilla extract

-1/8 tsp salt

-1/4-1/2 tsp cinnamon(depending on how much you like!)

-1/2 tsp Truvia(or another sweetener to taste)

-Olive oil or Cooking Spray

Directions: Heat a large pan over medium-low heat. Spray generously with cooking oil(up the sides as well). In a large flat bowl, combine egg whites, almond milk, vanilla, salt, truvia and cinnamon with a fork. Meanwhile place the frozen strawberries in a small microwavable bowl and microwave on high for 2 minutes or until they are easy to mash. Stir in your banana and sweetener and sweeten to your liking. Microwave for another 20 seconds until hot. Now dredge your flatout wrap in the egg white mixture on both sides until well coated. You may have some extra batter that you can use up in my French Toast egg whites recipe! Now place the wrap in the hot pan and cook until browned on one side. Flip and cook for a bit on the other side. Now place half of your filling over one side of the wrap and fold. Cook for a few more minutes then take off the heat, top with extra strawberry-banana sauce and a dollop of chocolate sauce. Sprinkle some extra cinnamon and eat up! :). Enjoy!

Nutrition Facts for entire recipe: 285 calories, 5g fat, 41g carbs, 18g protein, 13g fibre

Paleo Sunny Avocado-Egg Lettuce Wraps

Paleo Sunny Avocado-Egg Lettuce Wraps

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Brighten up any cloudy morning with a beautiful breakfast of sunny-side up eggs over fresh avocado lettuce wraps. These little wraps will keep you full for hours with a large serving of healthy fats, fibre and protein. This recipe is also paleo and vegetarian friendly! This perfect breakfast can’t get any better…

Serves 1:

Ingredients:
-2 large romaine leaves
-2 thick slices of a large tomato chopped (1/2 a small tomato)
-1/2 a large avocado sliced thinly
-1-2 tbsp finely chopped red onion
-1 whole chopped green onion
-1 pinch of garlic powder/onion powder
-1 pinch of chili pepper flakes(optional for added spice)
-salt/pepper to taste
-2 large eggs + extra salt/pepper to taste

Directions: Place the 2 romaine leaves on a large plate and sprinkle tomato, avocado, red onion, green onion, garlic/onion powder and red chili pepper flakes on top. Meanwhile, preheat a frying pan over low-medium heat sprayed with a little olive oil cooking spray. Cook 2 eggs until just set(middle still runny) by cooking gently on each side for about 1-2minutes. (while cooking sprinkle well with salt and pepper).
Take off the hot eggs and top each romaine leaf with one each. Grab a fork and knife & break the yolks of each egg letting the beautiful yolk spill over your lettuce wraps! Enjoy!

I’ve always loved the fact that egg yolks create their own delicious sauce!

Nutrition Facts: 290 calories, 20.5g fat, 8g carbs, 16g protein, 5g fibre
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Paleo Super Low-Carb Tortillas Recipe!

Paleo Super Low-Carb Tortillas Recipe!

Super Low-Carb Tortillas

Burrito WrapYes it’s possible to still have crepes, burritos,sandwich wraps, enchiladas, etc. on paleo! These are simple to make and actually hold up to the fold test! I already had a burrito with one of these as well as a delicious breakfast wrap..So let’s get to the recipe! Continue reading “Paleo Super Low-Carb Tortillas Recipe!”