Low Carb Gluten Free Flatbread

, , | Tags:
Email this to someoneTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+1Pin on Pinterest432

Low Carb Gluten Free Flatbread

We have the honor of sharing a low carb, gluten-free flat bread recipe with you, courtesy of Carolyn Ketchum, the best almond flour baker around.  Carolyn’s gluten-free flat bread is perfect for making sandwiches and panini.  Since we find that sandwiches are something we really miss from our carb-eating days, we were thrilled to find this recipe.  Grilled cheese sandwiches are no longer just a fantasy, neither is toast with butter, or peanut butter sandwiches.  The sandwich is back, and it’s better than ever because it’s low carb and gluten-free.  Who could ask for more?  Thank you Carolyn Ketchum for making a food dream come true.  You have our gratitude!


3 ¼ cups almond flour

6 tbsp coconut flour

1/3 cup unflavoured whey protein powder

2 tsp baking powder

½ tsp garlic powder

½ tsp salt

4 large eggs

¼ cup oil (grapeseed or olive)

¼ cup water


Preheat oven to 325F.

In a large bowl, whisk together almond flour, coconut flour, whey protein, baking powder, garlic and salt. Whisk in eggs, oil and water until well combined. Dough should be quite sticky.

Turn out onto a large piece of parchment paper and pat into a rough rectangle. Top with another piece of parchment.

Roll into a large, rough rectngle about ½ inch to ¾ inch thick. Place on a large baking sheet and remove top layer of parchment.

Bake 20 minutes or until firm to the touch.

Remove from oven and let cool completely before cutting.

Using a bread knife, cut into 10 sections. Cut each section carefully through the bready center into two halves. Fill with your favourite sandwich fillings.

Serves: 10
Nutrition Info: Each serving has 13 g of carbs and 6.9 g of fiber. Total NET CARBS = 6.1 g.
Email this to someoneTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+1Pin on Pinterest432
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (49 votes, average: 3.06 out of 5)

Comments (3)

  1. Julia at

    Is there a non-dairy substitution for whey protein powder please? I can’t have dairy, and also we can’t get it in the UK! 🙁
    Be grateful!

  2. Tracie at

    Julia:  You can use a pea protein powder which I have found works the same way.  Haven’t used it in this recipe (just looking it up now!)

  3. TF at

    Just made this. Dry, like eating balsa wood. Save your ingredients. Almond flour costs way too much to waste.

Add a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *