Make the Best Keto Sandwiches & Pizzas With Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Thins!

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Meet the cauliflower thins that are making bread jealous.

When you remove bread and tortillas from your diet, there aren’t a lot of options left to allow you to enjoy staple foods like sandwiches and tacos while keeping it keto.

But thanks to Trader Joe’s cauliflower thins, their low-carb cauliflower-based bread substitute, you can dig into all of those foods that you missed and thought were off-limits!

Heads up! I spotted these on my last Trader Joe’s run and have instantly become hooked! This post is not sponsored, I’m just excited to share this recent keto find with you all!

trader joe's cauliflower bread thins on a plate next to some cheese and pepperoni slices

Is there anything that cauliflower can’t do?

If you’ve been eating a keto diet for a while, you probably know that cauliflower is the magical ingredient used to replace a variety of carby foods including rice, pasta, potatoes, and even pizza crust, but who knew it could also take the form of bread and deliver the most delicious keto sandwiches?!

With less than 2g net carbs per cup, cauliflower is one of the lowest carb veggies around and I am continually amazed by how much easier it makes living the keto lifestyle.

Here’s why these cauliflower thins will become your new favorite keto food:

A hand holding a mini pepperoni pizza

You can use your cauliflower thins to make yummy mini pizzas!

No time to cook an elaborate keto dinner? No problem. Just grab a couple of Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Thins, dress them up with your favorite low-carb toppings, and pop them in the microwave, oven, or air fryer for a super easy, but super satisfying meal that’ll you’ll definitely want to make again.

This bread substitute is ideal for those nights when you just don’t feel like cooking, but you still want to eat something more filling than a couple of slices of bacon or a protein bar.

A hand holding a keto sandwich next to a package of cauliflower thins on a table

Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Thins are the perfect keto sandwich companion.

Remember BLT’s and club sammies? Just thinking about a savory sandwich makes me want one right now! Before I discovered cauliflower thins, folios and lettuce were what held my “sandwiches” (i.e. the Unwich) together. While they were tasty and low-carb, they were pretty messy and they just didn’t provide that hearty goodness that bread does.

After making my very first sandwich using Trader Joe’s bread substitute, I was pleasantly surprised by how well it held together and was even more impressed by the flavor—it seriously didn’t even taste like a low-carb meal. I may have found my new favorite keto lunch!

A hand holding a trader joe's cauliflower thins bread substitute

They’re great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

I love that cauliflower thins can be used in so many different ways. From avocado toast and savory pancakes to quesadillas and practically any kind of rollup, there are so many tasty foods you can whip up with this keto-friendly bread alternative.

I honestly expected the cauliflower taste to be overwhelming, but that was not at all the case. The addition of the parmesan really enhances the flavor and almost makes you forget you’re eating something cauliflower-based. Even my husband who doesn’t follow a keto diet thought they tasted great in a loaded sandwich!

Nutrition information on cauliflower thins package

Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Thins nutrition:

Serving: 2 pieces | 100 Calories | 5g Fat | 3g Total Carbs | 2g Fiber | 1g Sugar | 0g Sugar Alcohols | 9g Protein | 1g Net Carb

Ingredients: Shredded cauliflower, liquid whole eggs (eggs, citric acid [to maintain color]), grated parmesan cheese (pasteurized skim milk, cheese cultures, salt, microbial enzyme), deactivated yeast. *Contains milk, egg.

Cauliflower thins on the shelf at Trader Joe's

Only 1g net carb per 2 cauliflower thins?! It’s almost too good to be true. With this flavorful bread alternative, you’ll be eating possibly the lowest carb meals you’ve ever had!

In addition to how amazingly low-carb they are, they’re also affordable at just $3.99/bag with 2 slices inside.

Want some munchies to go with your keto sandwich? These Quest Protein Chips taste so much like Doritos!

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Comments 13

  1. KayleighW

    Those macros! 🤩 Going to try and find these at TJ’s tomorrow!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Happy shopping! Hope you spot them!

  2. joan henderson Sutton

    I live so far away from trader joes where can i order these caulflower thins. thanks

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Joan! You could check your local grocery store for something similar. My Walmart does have a larger cauliflower crust option that may be comparable. Hope this helps!

  3. Connie

    How many come in a package for $3.99?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Connie! There are 4 in one pack.

  4. Steve

    The pics are great! How did you prep the thins for sandwiches, pizza, etc.? It appears that you either toasted them or grilled them on the stove.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Steve! It appears these come “pre toasted” in the package, but you can certainly heat them up yourself in the microwave, toaster or air fryer. Hope that helps!

  5. Brandy

    Good information. I would like them to be a little firm\ crisp. Air fryer sounds like the way to go – what temperature ? How long?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Brandy! Depending on your air fryer and how crispy you might like them, you could try 350 degrees for 3-5 minutes. Hope this is helpful! 🙌🤗

      • Brandy

        Hi Amber, yes very helpful. Thanks !

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          Great! You’re very welcome! 💖

  6. Ed edly

    just had a case of these held for me.

    wont show up on website so you have to call your local store to confirm. [4 thins in a unit 24 units in a case.]

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