You may have heard of low-carb wraps made of egg whites or even cheese (yes, cheese!). One company is making low-carb flatbreads that feature just six simple ingredients — filtered water, whole wheat and unbleached flour, psyllium husk, yeast, and salt — and each is 12 inches long. This alternative to sliced rye and bagels is called Cut Da Carb. One foot of flatbread? Yes, please.
Each Cut Da Carb flatbread has 80 calories and nine grams of net carbs (14 total carbohydrates minus five grams of dietary fiber per serving). Cut Da Carb is certified kosher and doesn't "taste like cardboard," according to the company's website. See the full nutrition facts here.
Keep these flatbreads refrigerated for 20-40 days or frozen for up to six months. The best part? They can be used for a variety of different meals like dessert nachos, cheesecake, and breakfast pizza (you'd be surprised how creative people are when it comes to using Cut Da Carb in the kitchen). You can buy these low-carb beauties online today; a pack of 12 costs $16. Read on for some Cut Da Carb recipe inspiration.