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Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread

 

Is it appie night? Or do you want a ballin’ grilled panini?

Either way, I’ve got an epic low carb recipe for you!

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This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!
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Are you as excited as I am? I hope so, because this Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is life changing!

Flatbread is one of those beautiful things in life that I can’t help but love. And by love, I mean eat-the-entire-bread-to-myself-in-one-sitting kinda love.

When I decided to take the low carb journey I was fully prepared to suffer in silence and only eat flatbread in my dreams. How’d that turn out? Well, here is a recipe for low carb flatbread, so I suppose I just can’t seem to go without it!

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is ridiculously delish. It’s an excellent choice for appie night, dunked into a yummy balsamic olive oil dip or used as panini bread! Either way, I hope you love this recipe as much as I do!

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!

What is in tomato basil low carb flatbread?

This low carb flatbread has almond flour, mozzarella, salt, spicy spaghetti seasoning, cream cheese, an egg, fresh basil and tomato slices.

How to make low carb flatbread

Heat your oven to 400° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a medium sized microwaveable bowl combine shredded mozzarella, almond flour, salt and spicy spaghetti seasoning. Mix well then add cubed cream cheese. Microwave for 45 seconds, stir, microwave for an additional 20 seconds. Mix well then add an egg. Knead the egg into the dough until the egg has been fully absorbed.

Pour some olive oil onto the parchment and using your hands, spread the olive oil around the parchment. Using your hands all make it easier to work with the dough.

Dump the dough onto the parchment and using your hands, push the dough out into a flatbread shape. It should be lumpy and bumpy to give it that flatbread texture.

Top with fresh basil leaves and tomato slices then bake for 15-18 minutes, until the edges have browned.

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!
This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!

Appies that go with Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread

Appie night is by far one of my families favourite nights, we do it all the time! I find it an excellent way to get my kids to eat more veggies. Here are some delicious low carb appetizer ideas:

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!

Balsamic Olive Oil Dip

Balsamic Olive Oil Dip has always been a staple in my house, ever since I was a child. My dad made it all the time! Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is absolutely perfect for this dip. Does anything pair better with balsamic than fresh basil? Can’t think of anything… besides maybe almonds and chocolate?

I like to use a balsamic vinegar and olive oil dipping plate because it’s just so pretty when the balsamic and olive oil separate! Generally I do a 1 part balsamic vinegar to 2 parts olive oil. Once they have been added to the plate, I sprinkle in salt and whatever herbs I’m feelin’ at the moment; usually basil, thyme, rosemary, garlic, oregano or a combination of these.

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!

Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread Panini

I LOVE this 90 Second Keto Bread recipe and use it multiple times weekly. It takes 5 minutes from start to finish to have an epic sandwich… but sometimes you just need a grilled panini, am I right? Well this Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is another option that takes a little longer but is sooooo dang delicious!

After the Low Carb Flatbread is finished baking, cut into four squares. Each recipe will make two large sandwiches. Spread your condiments such as mayo on each side of bread and sandwich with whatever goods you want such as cheese, meats and veggies. Grill for a few minutes and dive in!

One of my favourites is this epic Low Carb BBQ Meatball Panini. I used leftover Mini Low Carb Meatballs with my homemade Low Carb BBQ Sauce. Mayo layered the flatbread and the only extra I added was some aged cheddar. YUM!

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Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread

This Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread is an excellent addition to Appie night or give it a try for an epic grilled panini!
Course Appetizer, Bread, Snacks
Cuisine Canadian, Low Carb
Keyword keto flatbread, low carb flatbread
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 6 slices
Calories 126
Author Aleta

Ingredients

Instructions

Equipment Needed

Directions

  • Heat oven to 400° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • In a medium microwave safe bowl combine shredded mozzarella, almond flour, salt and spicy spaghetti seasoning. Mix well then add cubed cream cheese. Microwave for 45 seconds, stir, microwave for an additional 20 seconds. Mix well then knead the egg into the dough until the egg has been fully absorbed.
  • Pour olive oil onto the parchment and using your hands, spread the olive oil around the parchment. Using your hands all make it easier to work with the dough.
  • Dump the dough onto the parchment and using your hands, push the dough out into a flatbread shape. It should be lumpy and bumpy to give it that flatbread texture.
  • Top with fresh basil leaves and tomato slices then bake for 15-18 minutes, until the edges have browned. Slightly cool then slice into 6.

Notes

Nutrition Facts
Nutrition facts are an estimate only! The ingredients you choose could have different nutritional values than the ingredients I have used.
Deduct fibre from the total carbs to get 1.6 g net carbs per serving.

Nutrition

Serving: 1slice | Calories: 126kcal | Carbohydrates: 2.6g | Protein: 6.1g | Fat: 10.6g | Sodium: 223mg | Fiber: 1g

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