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Super delicious Keto tortilla dish that is so easy to be put together. In just under 20 minutes you will end up having a snack that is great for family or friends gatherings.

The best part of it is that everything happens in a bowl and it represents a delicious treat for show-offing in front of the guests.

Preparation: 20 minutes | Serving: 1 big tortilla or 2 small, cut into rectangles.

Keto Tortilla chips


150 g. shredded mozzarella
¬ĺ¬† cup coconut flour
2 tablespoons cream cheese, softened
1 egg, room temperature
salt and pepper to taste
¬Ĺ teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 tablespoons of melted Grass Fed Ghee


  1. Preheat your oven to 400 F or 200 C degrees.
  2. In a large mixing bowl combine all the ingredients together until well incorporated, until small soft dough forms.
  3. Prepare with parchment paper 12-inch cake pan and pour in the tortilla dough.
  4. Spread the dough evenly in the pan and bake for about 10-12 minutes
  5. Transfer to a cutting board and cut rectangles out of it.

Nutrition facts:

Calories                    248
Total Fat                  12.5g    16%
Saturated Fat            7.1g    36%
Cholesterol            104mg    35%
Sodium                  188mg    8%
Total Carbohydrate  20.4g    8%
Dietary Fiber            12.1g    43%
Total Sugars              0.2g             
Protein                     13.6g

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