Low Carb Warp
- 4 ounces of plain pork rinds, crush them
- ¾ cup of water
- 3 large whole eggs
- 3 white egss
- 3 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
- 4 ounces of cream cheese, soft
- ¼ teaspoon of salt, optional
- ⅛ teaspoon of baking soda
- ½ banana
- 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
- ½ tablespoon of honey
Let’s make the wrap first. Its preparation can be done in two ways.
Using Food Processor:
1Use a medium food processor and add the pork rinds into it. Process until it reaches powdery texture. Add salt and baking soda, and mix again for a few seconds.
2Toss in the whole eggs, white eggs, extra virgin olive oil, and cream cheese. Process until it is well mixed. Add water and blend again until the mixture is fully incorporated. Transfer the mixture into a bowl and set aside for around 5 minutes.
Using Hand Mixer:
1Put the pork rinds in a Ziploc bag, and crush it. You can use meat mallet smooth side or rolling pin to crush it. Crush until it turns into powder. Transfer the pork rinds powder into a medium mixing bowl and add salt and baking soda. Mix them.
2Take a small bowl and add the cream cheese in it. Toss in 1 whole eggs and mix them. Continue adding 1 more whole eggs and mix them. Continue until you add the entire whole eggs. Set aside.
3Toss in the extra virgin olive oil and white eggs into the pork rinds powder. Add the cream cheese and whole eggs mixture and blend them until smooth and incorporated. Set aside the batter for around 5 minutes.
4Take pancake griddle and pre heat it over medium heat. When the pan is hot enough, layer it with oil and wipe the excess.
5Take around ¼ cup of the batter and pour it into the griddle. Spread to 5 inches diameter circle. You can use the back of the wooden spoon to spread the batter. Thinner circle is more preferable. Cook like you would for a pancake.
6Set the wraps aside to cool. Take the banana and cut to small pieces. Lay the wrap flat and spread the peanut butter on it. Make sure it covers the entire surface. Add the banana pieces and drizzle with honey. Roll up the wrap slowly and cut them in half for smaller portion. Roll-ups are ready to serve.
- You can also use store bought wrap or flatbread in alternative to making the wrap by yourself.