Featured Product: La Tortilla Factory Tortillas
Like a good Italian, I’m a big lover of carbs – all kinds. So, I’m good about looking for products that I can sub into traditional recipes to make them lighter & healthier while not taking away from the flavor.
A new item I recently came across are The Tortilla Factory’s Tortillas …specifically the large whole wheat size. They’ve been featured in recipes I’ve seen and have been mentioned several times in blog posts…I just had to check them out.
The verdict is…..drumroll please…..they’re really really good! (and good for you). With 80 calories, 3 g fat, and 12 grams of fiber, these large tortillas made of wheat and oat flour do not skimp on taste or portion size.
They can be used in any dish where you typically would have a tortilla or as a wrap for your favorite sandwich or meal. I’ve recently used them to make myself a quick, breakfast egg wrap…..
….and decided they would be perfect for a Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla. For those of us counting calories or on weight watchers, this 1 pt wrap is the perfect add to any low-calorie snack or dish.
Just think of the meal possibilities:
- deli meat wraps or roll-ups
- chicken & tuna salad wraps
- almond (or peanut) butter & banana roll-ups
- a turkey gobbler (turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce – yum!)
- mexican pizzas
- extra-large soft tacos
What kind of meals do you make with wraps or tortillas? Always appreciate a new idea or two.
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