Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Joseph's Pita Bread

I've never done a review of low carb products before, but I simply had to review these. They are perfect low carb bread for that toasty, crispy, crunch pita sammy you've been craving.

My favorite is BLT. I oven fry some bacon til it's nice and crunchy, chop up some romaine lettuce, a little onion and a fresh tomato in a bowl, dollop on some mayo, a sprinkle of salt and pepper and a quick drizzle of the bacon dripping ( just a tiny 1/4 tsp) and then stuff it in the toasted pockets... so so good.

They make great chips too as my friend Jeri will deminstrate here. http://jerimartinez5011.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!B5F9DBFA22B6E857!920.entry

But they are perfect for all different kinds of yummy sammies and at only 4 net carbs for the entire pita loaf.

As you can see I had a choice to make here tuna or egg salad?


Niki said...

Oooo, YUM!!! Where did you find them???
I don't think I've seen a low carb pita. That looks DEEELISH!!!

Vikki said...

Netrition of course...giggle
Here's a quick link http://www26.netrition.com/josephs_bakery_pita_bread.html
BTW their lavish bread is to excellent too.

Former Donut Junkie said...

Vikki, I've tried these and like them, but I've also used Joseph's Lavash Bread which is just a big square thin 'wrap' type bread. Both the Pita and Lavash are on the little shelf in front of the deli in our Wally Worlds around here.

The Lavash is especially versatile not only to make wraps but for crusts and just might work out as a super-thin faux french toast. Ron, aka The Former Donut Junkie

Vikki said...

Hey Ron,
I know they say the less products we use the better, but the pita, tortillas and lavish bread sure do make my life easier. And the lavish bread makes super excellent taquitos.
Thanks for dropping in,