What would a burrito be without beans and rice?  And yet with a large tortilla, beans, rice, and salsa, the carb total of said burrito can be upwards of a hundred grams. If you are asking yourself which ingredient you need to sacrifice to meet your macronutrient targets, then you are asking yourself the wrong question.  La Tortilla Factory Low Carb Tortillas can be the creative solution you need to maintain the integrity of your home-made burrito while still managing your carb targets.  And given that burritos can be a convenient, quick-prep option for a balanced meal, everyone should have a couple go-to variations for a rainy day when they don't feel like cooking.

Beyond being a solid low-carb option (3g net carb in a 6.25" tortilla), La Tortilla Factory Low Carb Tortillas also have a decent amount of protein (5g in a 6.25" tortilla) to add to your meal's total.  This can be especially useful for plant-based eaters, who might find it hard to fit enough tofu and beans inside of the tortilla to meet your protein needs. 

Try pairing one of these tortillas with 1/2 cup cooked rice, 1/2 cup canned black beans, 3 oz cooked chicken (or 6 oz extra firm tofu), shredded lettuce, pico de gallo, hot salsa, and 1/3 avocado sliced.  Or try pairing a tortilla with one of your cooked meals, such as Channa Masala or Chicken Shawarma Salad, as a substitution for pita bread, naan, or roti.


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