Soft Keto Tortillas – Taco Tuesday Recipe

It’s Taco Tuesday and that means it’s time for soft Taco shells. With the weather warming up, I thought it would be nice to have a quick and easy recipe for Vegan Soft Keto Tortillas. Use these to make a delicious taco, or add cheese and chopped vegetables for a vegan taco salad. These are made with almond flour and coconut flour which are low on carbs and high on fiber, tasty and delicious.

I’ve been waiting for a tortilla to come out that I could call “my favorite” and that tortilla is the Soft Keto. It’s a skinny corn tortilla that doesn’t have the flat, hard edge of traditional corn tortillas. It’s also made with a blend of seeds, nuts, and herbs. Let me tell you, I was skeptical at first because it was so different from what I was used to, but after I tried it, I fell in love. I use the Soft Keto to make Mexican inspired dishes like soft taco night, breakfast burritos and breakfast casseroles.

Taco Tuesday is a weekly event in my house. I don’t make a meal of just tacos, but I do always make at least one type of food with it. This week, tacos are the focus. I’ve partnered with the folks over at Healthy Junk Food to share their amazing recipe for Soft Keto Tortillas as a taco filling.. Read more about keto tortilla recipe and let us know what you think.


Keto tortillas that are soft and fluffy



Keto tortillas that are soft, pliable, and chewy without any dairy or nuts? Please, yes! This dough stretches out like a conventional tortilla and cooks into toasted circles that are ideal for filling with your favorite taco spread ingredients.

Medium (10 + 30 m)



  1. Using a medium heat, heat a big cast iron pan or griddle.

  2. Sift together the coconut flour, baking soda, and salt in a large mixing basin. Using a whisk, incorporate the psyllium husk.

  3. Slowly drizzle in the oil while stirring the mixture; it will become wet and crumbly. In a separate bowl, whisk together the egg whites.

  4. Half a cup at a time, stir in the hot water, ensuring sure it’s fully mixed in before adding more. Combine until the dough resembles wet play-doh in appearance and texture.

  5. Make 12 balls of the same size. Use a tortilla press to flatten the balls between parchment paper or a 6” saucepan to press them down.

  6. 2 tortillas at a time may be cooked on the big griddle by laying flat on the hot, dry cast iron and toasting for 3 minutes on each side, turning once. Set aside while you finish the rest of the tortillas.


If the mixture is too moist, add 1 teaspoon of psyllium husk at a time, waiting a minute between each addition to ensure the psyllium husk absorbs the liquid. If your play-doh is too dry, add 1 teaspoon of water at a time in the same manner until the desired texture is obtained, wet play-doh.

Wrap the tortillas in plastic wrap and freeze them flat and airtight.

To defrost toast on a hot cast iron skillet once more.

It is taco Tuesday! I have been asked by a few friends and family members who want to give up tortillas for taco Tuesday. I have been asked by a few friends and family members who want to give up tortillas for taco Tuesday.. Read more about keto taco shells and let us know what you think.

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