I Taste Tested 9 Keto Tortillas to Find the Best One for You!

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With so many keto tortillas now available in stores and online, it’s hard to know which is best. 

best keto tortillas in packages on the counter

Have you seen the keto tortilla aisle lately?

I don’t know about you, but since starting keto, I have typically avoided the bread and tortilla aisles. That is until now! There are so many different tortilla options available, both non-keto and keto — it’s crazy! Like almost an entire aisle devoted to tortillas. It could just be my area, but I’m curious if it’s the same where you live?

To determine the best keto tortilla, I grabbed every low-carb, keto tortilla I could find at my local Kroger store. I found seven options in store, even a Kroger brand low-carb tortilla. I also ordered the most popular keto tortillas off Amazon, the Mr. Tortilla keto tortillas. And then a few weeks after I did my taste test, Hero Bread sent me their tortillas to try, and I do think they deserve a mention as well.

keto tortilla quesadillas

Which is the best keto tortilla?

To start off, I need to do a disclaimer. The majority of keto tortillas fall into the “dirty keto” category. I wish they didn’t but they do! For the most part, they have a long list of ingredients and add a lot of fiber to make the “net carbs” as low as possible.

There are some cleaner almond flour tortillas available, like Siete, but they add tapioca flour which significantly brings up the carb count. Your best option is really to make your own keto tortillas, but the convenience factor of buying premade ones is hard to pass up.

We have recipes for keto hard taco shells, our keto-dilla, and jicama wraps are always an option, too. I might even need to try my hand at my own recipe for homemade keto tortillas next time the craving hits!

keto tortilla quesadillas

Now onto the keto tortilla taste test…

To fully test out these tortillas, I tried all of them plain, straight out of the package. I then made a basic cheese quesadilla with each brand of tortilla to really see how they held up. I tried my best to make all of the quesadillas at once to accurately compare them but it took me two batches.

So here are the results!


holding a cheese quesadilla

LaTortilla Factory – 3g Net Carbs

Find them on Netrition (use promo code HIP2KETO for 5% off), Amazon, and Walmart starting at $5.38.

I’ll start by saying I really wanted to like these tortillas. They do a pretty good job of using clean ingredients like expeller-pressed canola oil. Even though I know what all the ingredients are, the texture just wasn’t right for me. I found them to be really chewy straight from the package and they were still chewy when cooked in the quesadilla. They also tasted bland, like they needed salt.

Overall Rating: 4/10

package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 50 Calories | 2g Fat | 11g Total Carbs | 8g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 3g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Oat Fiber, Whole Wheat Flour, Soy Flour, Wheat Gluten, Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Contains 2% or less of each: Non-Aluminum Baking Powder, Sea Salt, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, Yeast, Xanthan Gum, To Maintain Freshness (Sorbic Acid, Calcium Propionate).


holding a cheese quesadilla

La Banderita Carb Counter – 4g Net Carbs

Find them at Walmart, Kroger, and Target starting at $3.19.

These keto tortillas tasted doughy to me. I didn’t really like the texture of them fresh and found that they got pretty stiff when I cooked them in a quesadilla. They were also bland tasting. Overall, these were my least favorite.

Overall Rating: 3/10

holding a package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 45 Calories | 1g Fat | 15g Total Carbs | 11g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 4g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Modified wheat starch, Wheat protein, Cellulose, Enriched unbleached flour (Wheat flour, Niacin, Reduced iron, Thiamine mononitrate, Riboflavin and Folic acid), Contains 2% or less of the following: Extra virgin olive oil, Salt, Xanthan gum, Sorbic Acid, Aluminum-free leavening (Sodium bicarbonate, Corn starch, Monocalcium phosphate), Preservatives (Calcium propionate, Sorbic acid), Dough conditioner (Fumaric acid, Mono-and Diglycerides, Sodium metabisulphite).


holding a cheese quesadilla

Guerrero Nutri-Ricas Carb Watch Flour Tortillas – 4g Net Carbs

Find these at Kroger, Target, or Walmart starting at $2.98.

These keto tortillas weren’t too bad. I liked them much better cooked than plain. The overall texture was still a little too chewy and they tasted bland to me. I also don’t like that they have sucralose in them. I don’t think tortillas need to be sweetened. 🤔

Overall Rating: 4/10

holding a package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 60 Calories | 2.5g Fat | 13g Total Carbs | 9g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 4g Protein | 4g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Modified Wheat Starch, Wheat Flour, Vital Wheat Gluten, Wheat Gluten Isolate, Vegetable Shortening,  Cracked Flaxseed, Contains 1% Or Less Of: Salt, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Baking Soda, Distilled Monoglycerdie, Fumaric Acid, Cellulose Gum, Sucralose, and Calcium Propionate and Sorbic Acid (To Preserve Freshness).


holding a cheese quesadilla

Don Pancho Carb Control Wraps – 3g Net Carbs

Available in the Pacific Northwest at Fred Meyer stores starting at $4.99.

I didn’t mind these keto tortillas. If I hadn’t been comparing them to all the other keto tortillas, I don’t think I would’ve had any issues with them. This is a tortilla that tasted much better cooked. I found it dry on its own but when in a cheese quesadilla, it crisped up nicely and tasted pretty good! The downside is in the ingredients – vegetable oil shortening and sucralose.

Overall Rating: 5/10

holding a package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 50 Calories | 1.5g Fat | 16g Total Carbs | 13g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 3g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Modified Wheat Starch, Wheat Gluten, White Whole Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil Shortening (Interesterfied Soybean Oil, Hydrogenated Soybean Oil), Salt, Leavening (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch, Monocalcium Phosphate), To Maintain Freshness (Calcium Propionate, Fumaric Acid, Potassium Sorbate), Yeast, Wheat Flour, Flavourings, Sucralose, Sodium Metabisulfite. Contains: Wheat.


holding a cheese quesadilla

Olé Xtreme Wellness High Fiber Carb Lean – 4g Net Carbs

Find these at Kroger, Walmart, Target, or online on Amazon starting at $4.49.

These keto tortillas are pretty good! I’ve used them before in keto recipes and liked them. They are very soft and a little chewy. They taste a little bland by themselves but are good once used in a recipe.

Overall Rating: 6/10

package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 50 Calories | 1.5g Fat | 15g Total Carbs | 11g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 4g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Modified wheat starch, Wheat Protein, Cellulose, Whole wheat, Contains 2% or less of the following: Extra virgin olive oil, Salt, Xanthan gum, Ground Flax seed, Aluminum-free leavening (Sodium bicarbonate, Corn starch, Monocalcium phosphate), Preservatives (Calcium propionate, Sorbic acid), Dough conditioner (Fumaric Acid, Mono-and Diglycerides, Sodium metabisulphite).


holding a cheese quesadilla

Kroger Low Carb Flour Tortillas – 6g Net Carbs

Find these at your local Kroger store for $3.49.

I was surprised by these keto tortillas. The texture and flavor were shockingly good. The downside is that they have 6g of net carbs. These ones are a little higher on the carb count than the other tortillas I tested. When I tried these plain, I found them to be a little chewy. But they cooked up really nice and ended up with a pleasing flakey texture. The other downside is sucralose listed in the ingredients.

Overall Rating: 7/10

holding a package of keto tortillas

Nutrition Information: 70 Calories | 3.5g Fat | 18g Total Carbs | 12g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 6g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Modified Wheat Starch, Enriched Bleached Flour (Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Vital Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Shortening (Interesterified and Hydrogenated Soybean Oils), Wheat Protein Isolate (Wheat Gluten, Lactic Acid, Sulfite), Contains 2% or Less of: Salt, Baking Soda, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Cellulose Gum, Distilled Monoglycerides, Enzymes, Natural Flavor, Sucralose, Triglycerides, Fumaric Acid, Sunflower Oil, Canola Oil, Calcium Propionate and Sorbic Acid (To Maintain Freshness).


holding a cheese quesadilla

Mr. Tortilla – 1g Net Carb

Available online from Amazon or at Walmart starting at $9.99.

These cute little keto tortillas are actually really good! ☺️ They only have 1g net carb per tortilla but note that they are street taco-sized tortillas. They do make bigger tortillas, but I just happened to get these on Amazon as they are the #1 best seller for keto tortillas. Another win for these tortillas is that they’re made with avocado oil, which is great for keto!

Overall Rating: 8/10

holding a package of tortillas

Nutrition Information: 15 Calories | 0.5g Fat | 3g Total Carbs | 2g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 1g Protein | 1g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Oat Fiber, Vital Wheat Gluten, Whole Wheat Flour, Soy Bean Flour, Expeller Pressed Avocado Oil, Calcium Propionate, Aluminum Free Baking Powder (Corn Starch, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, and Monocalcium Phosphate), Sea Salt, Mono-Diglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Potassium Phosphate, Fumaric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Sodium Metabisulfite.


holding a cheese quesadilla

Mission Carb Balance Soft Taco Flour Tortillas – 4g Net Carbs

Find these at Walmart, Kroger, Target, or Amazon starting at $4.48.

These were originally my favorite from the taste test (before I got the final tortilla I mention next). Honestly, it surprised me that I liked these the best because in the past I have not been a fan of Mission Tortillas. But these have a really good flavor and texture. They also held up great when I made the quesadilla. When cooked, they had the perfect flakey texture that I want in a tortilla.

The negative with these is that they have a small amount of sucralose.

Overall Rating: 9/10

holding carb balance tortillas

Nutrition Information: 70 Calories | 3g Fat | 19g Total Carbs | 15g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 5g Protein | 4g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Wheat, Modified Wheat Starch, Enriched Bleached Flour, Vital Wheat Gluten, Wheat Gluten Isolate, Vegetable Shortening, Salt, Calcium Propionate, Distilled Monoglycerides, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Baking Soda, Sorbic Acid, Fumaric Acid, Cellulose Gum, Sucralose.


holding a package of keto hero tortillas

Hero Bread Tortillas – 0g Net Carbs

Available online only at Hero.co for $28 for four packs of eight. Use our exclusive promo code HIP2KETO15 to save 15% off your order!

I received these after I did the taste test with all of the other keto tortillas. They’re so good that you can read my full product review here! I’ve made a lot of quesadillas and breakfast burritos with Hero’s tortillas and had no complaints. I even fed them to some friends and no one asked if they were keto, so that’s a score in my book!

The only bummer about these is that you have to buy them online and they are a bit more expensive than the ones you can find in the grocery store.

Overall Rating: 9/10

holding steak quesadilla

Nutrition Information: 80 Calories | 5g Fat | 17g Total Carbs | 16g Fiber | 0g Sugar | 1g Allulose | 7g Protein | 0g Net Carbs

Ingredients: Water, Resistant Wheat Starch, Wheat Protein, Canola Oil, Milled Flaxseed, Contains 2% or less of: Leavening (Calcium Acid Pyrophosphate, Calcium Sulfate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Calcium Carbonate), Allulose, Salt, Fava Bean Protein, Yeast, Guar Gum, Calcium Propionate & Fumaric Acid (to retain freshness), Enzymes.


Keto crunch wrap supreme with a bite out of it

Check out some of our amazing recipes that use keto tortillas:


Do you have a favorite keto tortilla or have you tried the ones in this post? If so, let us know what you think in the comments!


If you liked this taste test, check out my keto sweetener taste test with keto sugar cookies!


About the writer:

Emily graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Idaho, holds 5 years of blogging experience, and has been featured in Every Day Health and Women's Health Magazine.


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Comments 2

  1. Christina

    I hate that there are no gluten free options… why add wheat!!!! Why not use another flour!

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Christina! We do mention the Siete Almond Flour tortillas at the beginning of the post, that uses almond flour, so is gluten-free. It does include tapioca starch, so the carb count is a bit higher than some of the other tortillas listed. Hoping this is helpful! 🤞❤️

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