Keto – Low Carb Wrap Recipe

Looking for a way to hide all that vegetables or just a practical way to gobble up everything at one go? With a low carb wrap everything is possible!

What was before the wrap itself or the urge to wrap things up. It’s like pondering about what was first Santa or children who believe in him.

According to Science explained in the Rise of the Guardians imagined creatures only exist if people believe in their existence. Once people stop believing their existence, they can no longer fulfill their role, cast for them by celestial powers.

Who would bear the responsibility for wiping off imagined creatures from the face of the Earth without even the slightest remorse for almost forgotten childhood memories?

The unknown is fascinating. It hides not only answers but the gifts of hope. It drives us forward not only as an individual, but as species too. Without the agitating expectation of possibilities in the unknown, humanity would have never taken the fire from the Gods.

We would still roam the wilderness barefooted, getting on ships to reach the other shores wouldn’t even be a dream to anyone.

It seems that keeping the mystery alive is the responsibility -however fun it seems- shouldn’t be taken lightly. Hope is the spark that propels revolutions and smoothens them, thus mastering it, is quintessential.

A clumsily prepared wrapping could reveal details that ruin expectations in a matter of moments leaving behind only ruins and even sadness.

Just imagine what would happen if a leader or government couldn’t wrap their mind around a threat, endangering the population. We could lose hope in their ability to lead us, forcing us to buy up toilet paper and weapons.

Maybe, a sloppily wrapped present wouldn’t cause such worldwide chaos and even could take off the edge of rage if the present itself isn’t what it was excepted but still it would leave our hopes in shatters.

Cruel as it seems though, the hopes of our imagination for better or worse needs to adjust to the reality of our surroundings. Our high-flying ideas while descending to Earth need to push through the atmosphere and survive the landing, in some form.

What we eventually find there may be completely different from the glittering stardust to put on an engagement ring. As long as we have hope left, an unexpected turn of things could lead to never imagined journey through never explored lands.

Of course, we don’t always need to go traveling to distant lands to get a taste of adventure. Many of us can fight their own monsters on a daily basis without stepping much further than the fridge in our own kitchen.

The comet for a healthy life hits the ground when we reach our thirties. Many of us who thought themselves invincible picking up the shreds with aching back during the days long hangovers among the shatters of broken teenage dreams.

Our old childhood enemies, the greens or simply raw vegetables start to haunt us again, promising not presents from Santa Claus but hopes for a life free of pain. Embarking onto this journey full of hopes is much easier than not jumping ship at the first island full of wrapped up ready-made goodies.

Fortunately, we can turn our bane to our advantage, too. We can make our own wraps and bundle our hopes within. With a bit of luck, we will find unexpected treasures where before we couldn’t hope for one.

We can change our mind one bite at the time while snacking on wrapped up bundles of hope for a healthy life.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-7-SunCakeMom

Ingredients:

Type 1 – Coconut flour:

  • ⅓ cup / 50g Coconut flour
  • 8 Egg whites
  • ¼ cup / 1g Baking powder
  • 1 cup / 240ml Water
  • 4 tablespoon / 60ml Oil

Type 2 – Pork rinds:

  • 3½ oz / 100g Pork rind
  • 3½ oz / 100g Cream cheese
  • ½ teaspoon / 3g Baking powder
  • 6 Eggs
  • 1 cup / 240ml Water

 

How to make Low carb wrap:

Type 1 – Coconut flour:

  1. Put coconut flour, egg whites and baking powder into a medium size mixing-bowl.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-1-SunCakeMom
  2. Gradually add the water and oil while combining everything together. We are looking for a runny, watery consistency that can spread around the frying pan easily.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-2-SunCakeMom
  3. Heat a non-stick frying pan to medium to high heat.
  4. Brush it with oil or use a non-stick spray. This step is highly recommended and a crepe frying can come handy too.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-3-SunCakeMom
  5. Tilt the pan to one side then pour a ladle of batter on the top side.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-4-SunCakeMom
  6. When it reaches the bottom, tilt the pan around so the batter can run around and cover the whole pan.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-5-SunCakeMom
  7. We shouldn’t worry about left out parts but in case we are, then simply spoon some batter there too.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-6-SunCakeMom
  8. Cook it for 1 -3 minutes until the bottom gets a golden brown color. Bubbles on the surface can indicate the need of flipping the wrap but sometimes there are none, so check the time and the bottom of it.
  9. Flip it over with a spatula. The sides may need a bit of loosing up before we are able to lift the wrap up as they tend to stick to the pan.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-7-SunCakeMom
  10. Cook the other side until the golden brown spots start to appear for about 1 -2 minutes.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-8-SunCakeMom
  11. Place them onto a cooling rack to cool down.Low-carb-wrap-recipe-Process-9-SunCakeMom

Type 2 – Pork rind:

  1. Measure the pork rinds. It doesn’t really have to be exact.
  2. Grind the pork rinds in a food processor to the smallest possible size.
  3. Add the cream cheese and eggs.
  4. Sprinkle in the baking powder then add the water and mix everything together.
  5. Heat a non-stick frying pan on high heat.
  6. Brush it lightly with some cooking oil. We can use non-stick spray or simply wipe it with a kitchen towel damped in oil. This is an important step otherwise the wrap will likely stick to the pan.
  7. Tilt the pan and pour a ladle of batter on top of the pan.
  8. Let the batter run down to the bottom.
  9. Then tilt around the pan to allow the batter to cover the other side too. This can be done fairly quickly if the batter is thin enough. If it crawls like a snail then mix more water into gradually and see if it improves the consistency.
  10. Fry it on high heat until golden brown spots starts to appear on the bottom. This shouldn’t take longer than 1 – 3 minutes or even less, depending on the cooktop we use. Use a spatula to check and flip the wrap. Make sure the sides aren’t stuck to the pan before flipping.
  11. Once flipped, it takes about half the time to get the golden brown spots than it took for the first side.
  12. When both sides got the golden brown spots, transfer the wrap to a plate or even better on a cooling rack.

Enjoy!

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Low Carb Wrap Recipe

Looking for a way to hide all that vegetables or just a practical way to gobble up everything at one go? With a low carb wrap everything is possible!
Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Low Carb Meal, Main Course, Meal, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine Dairy free, Gluten free, Keto, Low carb recipe, Sugar free recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings 10
Author SunCakeMom

Ingredients

Type 1 - Coconut flour:
  • cup / 50g Coconut flour
  • 8 Egg whites
  • ¼ cup / 1g Baking powder
  • 1 cup / 240ml Water
  • 4 tablespoon / 60ml Oil
Type 2 - Pork rinds:
  • oz / 100g Pork rind
  • oz / 100g Cream cheese
  • ½ teaspoon / 3g Baking powder
  • 6 Eggs
  • 1 cup / 240ml Water

Instructions

Type 1 - Coconut flour:

  • Put coconut flour, egg whites and baking powder into a medium size mixing-bowl.
  • Gradually add the water and oil while combining everything together. We are looking for a runny, watery consistency that can spread around the frying pan easily.
  • Heat a non-stick frying pan to medium to high heat.
  • Brush it with oil or use a non-stick spray. This step is highly recommended and a crepe frying can come handy too.
  • Tilt the pan to one side then pour a ladle of batter on the top side.
  • When it reaches the bottom, tilt the pan around so the batter can run around and cover the whole pan.
  • We shouldn't worry about left out parts but in case we are, then simply spoon some batter there too.
  • Cook it for 1 -3 minutes until the bottom gets a golden brown color. Bubbles on the surface can indicate the need of flipping the wrap but sometimes there are none, so check the time and the bottom of it.
  • Flip it over with a spatula. The sides may need a bit of loosing up before we are able to lift the wrap up as they tend to stick to the pan.
  • Cook the other side until the golden brown spots start to appear for about 1 -2 minutes.
  • Place them onto a cooling rack to cool down.

Type 2 - Pork rind:

  • Measure the pork rinds. It doesn't really have to be exact.
  • Grind the pork rinds in a food processor to the smallest possible size.
  • Add the cream cheese and eggs.
  • Sprinkle in the baking powder then add the water and mix everything together.
  • Heat a non-stick frying pan on high heat.
  • Brush it lightly with some cooking oil. We can use non-stick spray or simply wipe it with a kitchen towel damped in oil. This is an important step otherwise the wrap will likely stick to the pan.
  • Tilt the pan and pour a ladle of batter on top of the pan.
  • Let the batter run down to the bottom.
  • Then tilt around the pan to allow the batter to cover the other side too. This can be done fairly quickly if the batter is thin enough. If it crawls like a snail then mix more water into gradually and see if it improves the consistency.
  • Fry it on high heat until golden brown spots starts to appear on the bottom. This shouldn't take longer than 1 - 3 minutes or even less, depending on the cooktop we use. Use a spatula to check and flip the wrap. Make sure the sides aren't stuck to the pan before flipping.
  • Once flipped, it takes about half the time to get the golden brown spots than it took for the first side.
  • When both sides got the golden brown spots, transfer the wrap to a plate or even better on a cooling rack.

Notes

Enjoy!

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