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  1. Separate your own eggs and use the yolks to make homemade mayonnaise. It’s a lot easier than people think, and the taste is amazing. And you can flavor the mayo however you’d like. With garlic, pesto, pureed sun dried tomatoes. The dip/condiment options are endless with a basic homemade mayonnaise.

  2. Low carb tortillas 1/3 c coconut flour, 1/4 tsp baking powder, 8 egg whites [3/4 c = 4 lg eggs], stir, garlic, onion and chili powder for flavor, add water and a pinch of salt

    1. Thank you but will not that be eggy like the bread ?the bread was a biiiig Disappointment for me I just trow it away.

  3. I made these tortillas for the first time last night. I used them for my beef enchiladas and my family loved them. I took some hints from a few people so I could make them successfully. First off, you have to practice making the layer thin. Use the 1/4 cup to dip the batter into your pan. I used a scant 1/4 cup to start with then used slightly less as I went on to obtain the thin tortilla. I ended up with 12 due to starting with too much. After pouring the batter, I followed instructions and swirled the batter to cover. I also continued to swirl the batter till none would move then placed it back on the burner. I waited till the batter lost its sheen and the edges started to curl. I slowly eased the edges up till I could get my spatula under it to gently turn it over. It has a learning curve but it is very doable. Mine were a bit fragile but I was able to put in my beef mixture and wrap together, slightly overlapping. These held up just fine with enchilada sauce poured over them and topped with cheese and baked.
    Thank you Keto Connect. You have given me my enchiladas back!

    1. @joi williams but are those grain and wheat free tortillas? Even the Mission LoCarb trigger my inflamation.

  4. An Excellent recipe to try! I’m new to the keto diet and looking for tasty substitutes for the carbs and this was a winner. The only thing missing were a few tips. Follow the video just like she did. She used egg whites which is fine and convenient but whole eggs will work out just fine as well only 6 eggs to 8 white are equal. And they look more like corn tortillas. Mix all the dry ingredients. 1/3c coconut flour, 1/4tsp baking powder, 1/2tsp each salt pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. stir in 6 beaten eggs and add up to 1/2c of water mix well till nice and smooth, lump free and thin. pour about 2 gravy ladles at a time “1/2c” in the center of a non stick 8 inch frying pan over medium heat. Spread the batter outward like in the video here. and give it 2 1/2 – 3 mins. on each side. if it cracks on you give it more time before turning. I used a timer to be sure. They smelt so good and were very tasty It made 5-6 8 inch tortillas. A Great substitute for the real thing….Enjoy!!!

  5. This video is a great example about why I just love this guys. They are relaxed, down-to-earth and never trying to make a “mistake proof” or “perfect video” where they look perfect and the house looks perfect, and the cat is not on the table, etc. They are the real deal. I love these people! Can’t wait to see the baby!

  6. I’m Mexican and for keto diet you can make the same Mexican flour tortilla recipe just changing the wheat flour for coconut or almond flour, the rest of the ingredients are the same: pig fat, warm water and salt, this recipe looks more like the French crepe, to me.

    1. @J.A Q doubt you’d whine if they had said they were from someplace else. Personally would rather have it from the insider knowledge of daily life and generations of hand making them and consuming them before I go out and buy all the stuff. Oh btw I’m mexican too. Very VERY MEXICAN and a US Navy DCman veteran. Deal with it.

    2. @Pattern Patrol use some xanathan gum and they are! You grill them up on a hot cast iron just like the original kind.

    3. @HOPROPHETA Yes, since Mexican is a nationality, but also a lot of us Mexicans have indigenous blood in us & our ancestors lived accross the borders of today. We are part of those civilization that invented the tortillas. 🙂

    1. @Mavs Arcos you let them cool down to room temp before eating. It’s still delicate, but stronger once it cold

    2. @robert curatolo There are better recipes with a mix of flours and a little psyllium husk

  7. Thank you! I love tacos and I feel so deprived when my wife and kids get to eat them and I have to eat just salad! My wife makes great home made pizza on Friday nights for the Family. I love pizza too! She has went over and above and learned how to make me pizza from cauliflower. What great wife she Is!

    1. This is so nice. That she does that for you and that you are so grateful. Thank you for being great!!!!

    2. Yes, yes she IS a great wife =) How cool is that, in a world full of unhappy gripers, there are at least two of us out here w/awesome wives. Mine’s been making me steak & eggs every night this week, after finding out that, no- really, I will never get tired of steak & eggs for supper!

  8. Thank you for all your hard work I sure do appreciate all of your attempts to make a perfect tortilla because I miss my tortillas now this will put me in heaven

  9. I’m cooking some pork carnitas on my instant pot while my husband goes jogging. I wanna surprise him with carnitas tacos when he’s back 🙌🏻 thank you so much for this recipe. Will try right now and come back with my results 😻

  10. I am so happy for this recipe! Btw,,, your skin looks amazing, better than I’ve ever noticed, especially around your eyes – keep doing whatever you are doing and thanks for the recipe

  11. Made this in the morning, doubled the recipe and yielded 6 big tortillas:) me and my husband both enjoyed it so much! Thank you 👍❤️

  12. I like this one I seen so many using cauliflower rice and others with ground flax seeds but this one is 1st time friendly for sure will be trying this 🤗

  13. Just wanted to say, these turned out great, I used the spices you used as well, and gave them a great flavor, very flexable also, just like you said, thanks so much !

  14. Thank you for blessing all who have been craving an easy peasy delish tortilla recipe !!!! Love your videos 💕

  15. As a Latina, one of the things I miss the most in the morning are my tortillas with my scrambled eggs. So thank you for this!

  16. Awesome! I love this recipe. Very easy and I had everything I needed already at the house. Taco time!!

  17. Thank you so much for the recipe! Made this today and it’s perfect. I didn’t add spices and it was good, just too salty for me. 1/8 tsp of salt would be enough in this case, than added 1 Tbsp of erythritol and it came out great!

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