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Low Carb Egg Wraps

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These low carb egg wraps are easy to make just for one person! Ideal for breakfast, lunch or a healthy snack!Low Carb Egg Wraps - 0.4g net carbs per wrap plus fillings!

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If you read my blog regularly you'll know that I'm a huge fan of low carb tortillas. I use them for nachos, quesadillas, tostadas and more! But I do understand that they're not for everyone, so here's an alternative – egg! I've added snipped chives to mine but you can leave this out and customize them however you like. It's so easy!

How to Make Low Carb Egg Wraps

Heat a small non-stick skillet and spray it generously with non-stick spray. Beat one egg in a jug and add finely chopped chives, salt and pepper.

Low Carb Egg Wraps - 0.4g net carbs per wrap plus fillings!

Add the egg to the skillet and heat until it has cooked on one side. Flip it over, and cook on the other side. The wraps are so thin it only needs a few minutes on each side!

Low Carb Egg Wraps - 0.4g net carbs per wrap plus fillings!

Slide the cooked egg wrap onto a plate, and load it up whatever you like. Shown here is cooked bacon, avocado slices and some red pepper flakes. But other options include cheese, deli meat, hummus, veggies, guacamole, cooked chicken, hot sauce, and more!Low Carb Egg Wraps - 0.4g net carbs per wrap plus fillings!

Pick it up and enjoy!

Low Carb Egg Wraps - 0.4g net carbs per wrap plus fillings!

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Low Carb Egg Wraps

Low Carb Egg Wraps

Yield: 1 Serving
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

These low carb egg wraps are easy to make just for one person! Ideal for breakfast, lunch or a healthy snack!

Ingredients

  • non-stick spray
  • 1 egg
  • 1 chive, finely chopped
  • salt and pepper
  • Wrap filling suggestions: cooked bacon, avocado, deli meat, cheese, veggies, hummus, guacamole

Instructions

  1. Heat a small non-stick skillet and spray it generously with non-stick spray. Beat the egg in a jug and add the chopped chive, salt and pepper.
  2. Add the egg mixture to the skillet and heat until it has cooked on one side. Flip it over, and cook on the other side.
  3. Slide the cooked egg wrap onto a plate, and load it up with whatever you like.

Notes

0.4g net carbs per egg wrap, fillings are extra

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Nutrition Information
Yield 1 Serving Size Whole recipe
Amount Per Serving Calories 78Total Fat 5gSaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 163mgSodium 125mgCarbohydrates 0.5gNet Carbohydrates 0.4gFiber 0.1gProtein 6g
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RandyH

Tuesday 17th of October 2017

I prefer the Joseph's Lavash Bread (https://www3.netrition.com/josephs_bakery_lavash_bread.html), which the local Walmart now carries. Same texture as the low carb tortillas, but I cut the sheets into 4" square to use as bread and pizza crusts. Works perfectly as hot dog "bun" for either hot dogs or a chicken salad. I find I need less of it than if I did a tortilla wrap, so fewer carbs.

Wanda

Tuesday 17th of October 2017

This is such a great idea and super easy. What are your thoughts on store bought low carb tortillas. Thank you

Georgina

Tuesday 17th of October 2017

Thanks Wanda! Personally I'm a big fan of them, and use them all the time. Mission Wholewheat Carb Balance is my current favorite - but there are lots here: https://stepawayfromthecarbs.com/low-carb-tortilla-comparison-review/. But I know that they aren't for everyone, which is why I thought this egg wrap might be useful. I also use lettuce leaves as wraps!

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