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Old 07-01-2014, 10:01 AM   #1
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A different pizza crust- Psylli Pizza!





If you google "fluffy chix psylli wraps revised" #1 contains a recipe called Update to DocP's Psylli Wraps-Revised

I made these wraps/ tortillas then I smooshed one into a pile of melted shredded cheese on a skillet. I took my spatula and pushed and cheese bigger than the wrap to the wrap's edge. I put my spatula on top of the wrap and wiggled. When the cheese bottomed wrap had cooked long enough to loosen from the skillet, I transferred it to a nonstick foil lined cookie sheet, topped with sauce, cheese and toppings and baked at 425 for 7-10 minutes.

I highly suspect 2 things- 1. If you are just making 1 or 2 you don't have to use the oven at all. Remove the cheese bottomed wrap to a plate, top, then return to a hot skillet to crisp up the bottom and melt the upper cheese.

2. These would be even better with both sides grilled in cheese. They'd be firmer too. With one side grilled, small slices are pickupable but fold easily.

Oh, and I used psyllium husk powder, not whole. One batch needed 1 T water added and one didn't. You want pretty loose batter because the thinner you can spread it the better. And did I mention these wraps are VERY low carb and calorie??
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:54 AM   #2
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Oh my. Leftovers reheated in a piping hot skillet are even better! You can flip them over and grill the tops pf the sausage balls!!!
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This looks fantastic!!! I made a crustless pizza today for lunch, but this would have been even better. Maybe tomorrow....
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I looked it up and saw the redipe for the wraps and stopped there. Induction level carbs, oh yeah! I'll give them a try. Thanks for the post
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Old 07-03-2014, 10:31 AM   #6
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I'm dying for somebody to try this- it's so easy!!!! And the tiny calorie count with a crust that just tastes like it has wheat in it...
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they are great, aren't they?
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Ok Jen, wanted to give you an update since I tried this today. I tried it 4 ways, once the way you did it, once w/ your suggestion to put cheese on both sides, once without cheese but crisping up the tortilla in the microwave first and lastly just the tortilla, plain.
The toppings were buffalo, pizza sauce, pepperoni, bell pepper, onion, a few spices and mozzerella & parmesan on top.

1. The way you did it.....Really good, not quite as bready as using cheese on both sides.

2. Cheese on both sides.....hubby liked this one the best. After pushing the cheese in on both sides and letting it cool before topping. It had the most "bready" taste.

3. Nuking the plain tortilla...... My personal favorite....a minute or so in the microwave. Didn't notice much difference when it came out but after cooking in the oven, it gave it a nice, almost crunchy texture. Tasted good. Fewer Calories too, for those of us who count.

4. Didn't do anything......just made the tortilla, topped it and threw it in the oven after topping. Tasted good, just not as crispy as the one I threw in the microwave.

So, 4 types of experiments w/ the tortillas. You had a great idea there. Thanks for sharing w/ us.
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:46 PM   #9
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Awesome!!
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I used them for enchiladas the next night, without doing anything to them, just added the filling, poured the sauce over and added cheese to that. They turned out almost like a corn tortilla. I am in love with this tortilla. So many things you can do with it for so little calories/carbs.
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I would to give these a try, could someone please direct me to which recipe it is? Is it the one with coconut flour & oat fiber or the one with just the psyllium husks? Thanks
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If you google "fluffy chix psylli wraps revised" #1 contains a recipe called Update to DocP's Psylli Wraps-Revised
The recipe is roughly 1/3 of the way down and the ingredients list begins with

1 tablespoon psyllium husks, whole
1/2 tablespoon coconut flour (Bob's Red Mill)
1 tablespoon oat fiber
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I don't have permission to post her recipe here or I would.
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Thankyou Jen, yeah I thought so about having permission. I didn't want to get anyone in trouble. Will be trying these out, I've been really hungry for a wrap.
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Sooze is really super nice, I wish I could link to her site.
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I made another batch today, added stevia and cinnamon and we had some fruit salad leftovers, so I just layered some whipped cream (actually, cool whip) and some fruit salad in it and rolled it up. Nummy! On to experiment w/ chocolate
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The I breathe I'm Hungry website has a recipe for a wrap made into a snickerdoodle rolled up crepe... with a butter and cinnamon filling inside!
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Jen I made that snickerdoodle crepe and since I'm not on an egg fast I added softened cream cheese and less butter for the filling.

WOW those were good.

But the tortillas you're talking about here are some of my favorite.
So many bread subs are so calorie-heavy I hardly care what's between them after only a few bites.
These are good for sandwiches and everything you've all done above.
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