You will LOVE this keto ground beef burrito recipe!
Everybody goes crazy for Taco Tuesday, but we firmly believe that the burrito deserves just as much attention–this recipe certainly proves it! If you’ve been dying for a tasty burrito (that happens to be keto-friendly), then look no further than this amazing meal. It’s loaded with everything you love about a regular burrito. The spices, perfectly cooked beef, and crisp wrap are EVERYTHING! It’s the perfect dish to add to your weekday meal plan.
The trick to making this recipe low carb is all about the wrap. Rather than using a carb-loaded tortilla, you simply create your own version. Coconut flour, ground psyllium husk, almond milk, baking soda, and cream tartar are what make this possible. If you’re not familiar with psyllium husk–don’t worry. It simply comes from seeds derived from a plant called Plantago ovata. It gives a fiber-infused texture without all those carbs. With this little ingredient added it makes it even easier to enjoy meals that are traditionally served with breads. This is a total win for all of you low carb foodies out there!
Now let’s take a moment to celebrate the amazing flavor of this recipe! If there’s one thing you should know about a good burrito is that it should NEVER skimp on bold flavor. The combination of garlic, cumin, coriander, chili powder, oregano (and much more!) is what really makes this meal stand out. The combination of all the spices come together in a way that will send your taste buds into overdrive! You simply won’t be able to get enough of this incredibly delicious meal.
Lunch, dinner, or maybe something in between–there’s never a wrong time to enjoy this ground beef burrito recipe. This fast dinner option is the perfect dish to serve up to your family this week. Enjoy!
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