Goin’ low-carb with Tito Jhay’s Almond Flatitos

With the holidays just around the corner and threatening our good intentions of eating and being healthy, it’s a good thing that we can now find sources of alternatives to carbo-loaded holiday fare that taste good while being actually good for you.

John Paul Titic, also known as Tito Jhay, owns and operates a Las Pinas-based online store to help people embrace a practical keto/low-carb lifestyle.

By showcasing affordable keto-based and low-carb versions of popular desserts, snacks, pantry items and ingredients, Tito Jhay’s Low Carb – Keto Panaderia demonstrates that it is possible to make eating low carb and keto meals part of one’s everyday lifestyle.

Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos

Take its Almond Flatitos, for example.

This flatbread is made using almond flour, which, aside from being low on carbohydrates, is also a good alternative for people with allergies to wheat flour or suffer from Celiac disease.

Almond flour is also a good source of manganese which helps the body heal after injuries through proper blood clotting, and assists in breaking down carbohydrates and cholesterol.

It is also rich in magnesium which helps regulate the body’s sugar levels, monounsaturated fat which keeps the body’s cholesterol levels under control and reduces the risk of heart disease, and prebiotic dietary fiber which leads to good gut health.

Would you believe that something so good for you can be part of a great meal?

Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos

It’s a great replacement for pita bread, naan or tortilla for your meat wraps, shawarma or burritos. You can even use it as a crust for your mini pizzas.

I used it as a replacement for pita bread when my family had beef kebabs for lunch. The texture may feel different at first but it still served as a good complement to the Mediterranean dish of savory grilled beef and roasted vegetables.

Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos

Check it out and see how you, too, can incorporate low carb and keto items into your meals.

Each pack of Almond Flatitos (priced at Php295) contains five pieces of 8-inch sugar-free flatbread. To store, keep the packs in the freezer. Allow to thaw for ten minutes before reheating using a non-stick pan, oven or air-fryer.

Tito Jhay's Flatitos
Tito Jhay's Flatitos

Order your Almond Flatitos and other low carb and keto items from Tito Jhay’s online store on Shopee. For more details and updates about Tito Jhay’s Low Carb – Keto Panaderia, follow it on Facebook and Instagram.

Disclosure: Product samples were provided to facilitate this feature story.

Author: Gel Jose

Manic Pixie Dream Girl Wannabe, Imagineer, Foodie, TV Addict and Lifelong Learner

5 thoughts on “Goin’ low-carb with Tito Jhay’s Almond Flatitos”

  1. This almond flatitos ay Maganda pong alternative sa mga kadalasang gamit like sa pizza sa shawarma or replacement as a fita bread na maganda gamitin dahil low crab na healthy sa katawan at easy pa mabibili at super affordable Ang prize kaya must try this talaga🥰👍

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  2. Ang gandang gamitin po nito since it’s healthy,pwedeng alternative sa mga favorite natin like shawarma 🥰 sure na masarap,busog kana at healthy pa❤️must try this!😋

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  3. Nakaka amaze 😍 we can eat our favorite food na hindi nababahala sa maging result nito sa atin,perfect sa mga nag dadiet.

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