Low Carb Taco Wraps

Low Carb Taco Wraps

There are a variety of low carb taco wraps available including lettuce, cauliflower, raw coconut, and low carb almond flour wraps.

Low carb lettuce wraps are easy and can be lots of fun to make and eat. They are essentially a no-fuss, low carb wrap. On the other hand, cauliflower wraps can be a bit more time-consuming to make. In my opinion, the low carb almond flour wraps are easier to make.

Nevertheless, this particular recipe is part of the Coconut Wraps recipe series. They are available for purchase online or at some of your local grocery stores. The Original Nuco Coconut Wraps review is also available.

This is one of the low carb taco wraps made of raw coconut ingredients. Therefore, it has some pretty amazing health benefits. In addition, each wrap has only 6 grams of carbohydrates. So, all of us active low carbers can enjoy guilt-free low carb taco wraps.

The ingredients used for these low carb taco wraps include cooked ground beef, lettuce, tomato, cilantro, and cheddar cheese. However, you can use whatever ingredients you prefer on your low carb taco wraps, as long as it does not have excess juice.

You can cook the meat ahead of time and store it in the fridge for quick low carb meals. Or, you can use the remaining cooked ground beef to make a low carb Mexican salad.

Serving Size: 1 – 2

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

1 Organic Coconut Wrap

1/2 c. Seasoned Ground Meat  (Drained)

1/4 c. Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese

1/4 c. Shredded Lettuce

1 tbsp. Diced Tomatoes

1 tbsp. Chopped Cilantro

1 tbsp. Sour Cream (optional)

Fresh Jalapenos (optional)

Preparation:

  1. Season and cook the ground beef to your taste or use a Mexican taco seasoning mix.
  2. Drain excess fat from cooked ground beef.
  3. Place one or two large Coconut Wraps on a large plate.
  4. Layer each ingredient on the wrap however you prefer.
  5. Enjoy your tacos.

Okay, that’s all you have to do to enjoy  guilt-free low carb taco wraps.

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