Easy Carnivore Flat Bread Recipe – Just 3 Ingredients!

This carnivore flat bread recipe is so simple and works so well it just amazed me when I first tried it!

The recipe itself is super versatile. These carnivore flat breads can be adjusted to suit different diets PLUS the recipe can be adjusted to make keto friendly flat bread or pancakes, or even crepes.

Eat them as a wrap with your favorite meats and other savoury fillings, or add a little keto friendly sweetener to make them sweet and have them for dessert.

How We Use Carnivore Flat Bread With A Carnivore Diet

Although this flat bread recipe can be eaten by anyone on almost any diet, they’re also perfect for a carnivore diet where ingredients are restricted to animal foods.

I’ve made these a number of times now and we’ve eaten them both as savoury and ‘sweet’ (albeit with no sweetener as such). We tend to use them predominantly as wraps.

We often spread them with plenty of butter, add a little hot English mustard, then wrap up some meat, chicken and/or eggs and cheese.

And we’ve also eaten them wrapped around some whipped cream with a little vanilla essence (no sugar added). I have to admit they are quite decadent when eaten this way!

Make Your Own Gluten Free Wraps Or Crepes With This Recipe

This recipe is the perfect gluten free wrap for those eating a keto diet. I’ve been gluten free for years, but trying to find gluten free wraps that were good, didn’t taste like cardboard and didn’t break was just about impossible.

Most gluten free wraps are made from corn which is something I personally have chosen not to eat for many years because: A – corn doesn’t agree with me, and B – too much of it is genetically modified.

Ideas For Using Carnivore Flat Bread: Carnivore Tortillas? Make Carnivore Quesadilla!

Use this keto friendly flat bread anywhere that you’d use tortillas, pancakes, crepes, roti or any other flat bread. As I said at the beginning these are so versatile!

Add sweetener, vanilla essence, spices, herbs… More eggs, less eggs.

Play with this simple recipe and see what you can come up with! Just use the basic recipe and tweak it to suit.

Fill these with your favorite foods! Make Quesadilla with them!

If using as a dessert, spread something delicious on them and then fill them with whipped cream, or drizzle something over them. Yum!

What are you waiting for! Here’s the recipe…

Carnivore Flat Bread

Carnivore Flat Bread Recipe

Super simple carnivore and keto friendly flat bread recipe. Use in place of tortillas, crepes, pancakes.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine Animal Based, Carnivore, Keto
Servings 2
Calories 134 kcal


  • 1 Bowl
  • 1 Whisk
  • 1 Frypan or grill plate (see link in the notes below for the one I use)


  • 0.5 cup water
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 2 tbsp gelatin
  • 6 tbsp egg white powder
  • 1 whole egg 1 or 2 eggs
  • salt to taste


  • Add the water into a bowl
  • Add gelatin
  • Mix to combine gelatin with water
  • Add egg white powder
  • Whisk until combined
  • Add one or two eggs
  • Whisk again well to combine. You should have a thick batter.
  • Add salt to taste
  • Heat a frying pan or grill plate and add a little butter or ghee
  • Add spoonfuls of the batter to the pan or plate, using the back of the spoon to spread the mixture until it reaches the required size and thickness
  • Once cooked on the first side, flip and cook on the other side
  • Place onto a plate lined with paper towel to absorb any moisture
  • Repeat until all batter has been used up



Note: Add sweetener if required (eg honey, erythritol, stevia or monkfruit)
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2 thoughts on “Easy Carnivore Flat Bread Recipe – Just 3 Ingredients!”

    1. Hi. I’m not sure. I’ve never tried that and not sure how they’d go. I’d suggest maybe trying a moderate oven, on baking paper, and keep an eye on them to see how they’re going. I dont’ thing they’d take long – maybe ten minutes? If you try it, come back and let me know how it went.

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