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Keto Reuben Wraps

Keto Reuben Wraps



Keto Reuben Wraps

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How to make KETO Reuben Wraps Great for Low Carb too!

Every year my family gets together for St. Patrick day to enjoy corned beef and cabbage! Since I started keto it is one of the few holidays I get to eat the same thing as everyone else! Well not the potato, carrots, onions…. ok so guess not the same as everyone else.. One Problem, Left overs… so as much as I love corned beef I do miss those great left over Reuben sandwiches. So this year.. I present my KETO Reuben Wraps!

Well this year I planned ahead picked up my corned beef early…

I Decided to Slow Cook my Corned Beef and whip together this recipe to share! So are you Looking for A Keto or Low Carb Recipe Idea for your leftover Corned Beef? Was it was just Saint Patrick Day or you just love corned beef and have leftovers like me.

Fold cabbage Sides over and Roll into a wrap (see video above to see me do it)

Place on Parchment lined backing sheet and put in oven for 10 mins to heat up and melt the filling.

Let cool and Enjoy with a little mustard or your favorite dipping sauce for a Reuben!

Video

Notes

For cabbage, blanching enhances the green pigment and makes the job of wrapping leaves around fillings easier. Use tongs to dip individual leaves in boiling water about 30 seconds. After removing leaves from the hot water, quickly plunge them in icy water to stop the cooking

Nutrition Facts

Keto Reuben Wraps

Amount Per Serving (1 Reuben Wrap)

Calories 280Calories from Fat 189

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 21g32%

Saturated Fat 10g50%

Cholesterol 72mg24%

Sodium 1165mg49%

Potassium 306mg9%

Total Carbohydrates 4g1%

Dietary Fiber 1g4%

Sugars 1g

Protein 17g34%

Vitamin A8.8%

Vitamin C29.1%

Calcium25.9%

Iron10.6%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Badtuber

hmm.. I have not tried to freeze them but I imagine they would be able to. Then to reheat I would toss in the oven @ 350f or toaster oven *note — To keep the crispy texture place slices on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. If the Cabbage is already dark, wrap it in aluminum foil or it’ll burn while reheating.

May 21, 2018

Eva Doyle

Can they be frozen?

May 21, 2018

Badtuber

I had them for leftovers all week ?? tossed them in my toaster oven to reheat



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