“These cheesy Mexican keto quesadillas are one of the most popular recipes on the blog. They are fantastic for keto cheat days or as a meal replacement. You will never go back to regular cheese quesadillas after trying this low carb version. They are also great to take to parties, potlucks, picnics, or whatever else you can think of!
What happens when you combine the best of two worlds? You get cheesy Mexican Keto Quesadillas, of course!
Are you a fan of cheese and carbs? Then you will love these cheesy Mexican Keto Quesadillas. I have tried a couple of different keto quesadillas, and these are my favorite. The creamy queso sauce is infused with plenty of fresh cilantro and garlic, so it tastes amazing. It pairs perfectly with the crunchy tortillas and avocado slices, and never gets too soggy. You can’t go wrong with these cheesy Mexican Keto Quesadillas (5g net carb). Read more about keto cheese quesadilla with low carb tortillas and let us know what you think.
Make this delight as soon as possible. Decadent. Cheesy. And now I’m officially on the keto diet! Delicious and attractive enough to make you seem to be a famous chef. Serve them alone or with sour cream, guacamole, and salsa on the side.
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Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius).
Eggs and egg whites should be whisked together until frothy using an electric mixer. Continue to whisk in the cream cheese until the batter is smooth.
Combine the salt, psyllium husk, and coconut flour in a mixing dish. Mix thoroughly.
While pounding the batter, add the flour mixture. Allow the batter to rest for a few minutes after it has been mixed. It should have the consistency of pancake batter. This stage is affected by the brand of psyllium husk powder you choose, so be patient… If it isn’t thickening enough, add a little more.
On a baking sheet, place parchment paper. Using a spatula, spread the batter into a large rectangle on the parchment paper. If you want circular tortillas, cook them like pancakes on a frying pan.
Bake for 5–10 minutes on the top rack, or until the tortilla begins to brown around the edges. Keep an eye on the oven to make sure these delectable treats don’t burn on the bottom!
Using a knife, cut the large tortilla into smaller pieces (6 pieces per baking sheet).
This recipe yields 12 quarter-sized quesadillas. It also yields a total of 5g net carbs, so I’m assuming it would make about a third of a meal. The recipe calls for cheese, which means about 2-3g net carbs per quesadillas. For these reasons, I’ll assume that quesadillas would make a big enough portion for each portion to make it to the recommended 5g net carbs.. Read more about keto breakfast quesadilla and let us know what you think.