Cauliflower is one of the best vegetables around. It has so many benefits from being anti-inflammatory to aiding in digestion. If you want to address your gut health then cauliflower simply must go into your diet. These tortillas are so easy and super quick to make. That's an important factor right there.
Green spiral cauliflower
Because I just love the way this looks and feels....
1 Small head of cauliflower. I used the green one but you can use the white one also.
Himalayan salt to taste
Coconut oil for baking
2 Medium tomatoes or a handful of cherry tomatoes
1 Thinly sliced red onion, diced
A handful of coriander
Labneh (or any cream cheese)
Place the raw cauli in your blender or food processor and blend to make cauli 'rice'. Steam until soft. Allow to cool and then place in a dish towel and squeeze the liquid out of it, the 'rice' needs to be dry. Beat your eggs and mix together with the 'rice. Add your salt. Line a baking try with baking paper and a little coconut oil. You can use ghee also. Spoon the mixture onto the try, should make 4. Then bake in the oven for about 10 minutes. Flip the tortillas over and bake for a further 6 minutes. Once baked, remove from the over and place in a frying pan to brown for a few minutes. You can skip this step if you're in a hurry. :-)
Don't eat it just yet
Although it is simply scrumptious
In the meantime while the tortillas are baking, you may chop your veggies mix them in a bowl and season with salt adding the olive oil and lemon juice. Once the tortillas are ready spread the labneh onto your tortillas and then add your salad. That's it. Simple and easy and really delicious. A great way to feed your kid stye healthy stuff. They can even make it for you. Of course you can fill them with anything at all. A little pink hummus would look amazing or try my almond pulp hummus leftover from making almond milk.
Add the labneh
Labney is a cheese made from yoghurt
Now gobble it up
Happy healthy gut