Copycat Low Carb FOLIOS Cheese Wraps — I tried them! (ALDI style…)

Copycat Low Carb FOLIOS Cheese Wraps — I tried them! (ALDI style…)

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Calling all low carb and keto diet folks! This week ALDI had low carb FOLIOS cheese wraps on sale as a special buy at $4.89 for four of them. Yay for the keto folks, but boo for: Not available in all locations, crazy expensive for what they are, and most locations sold out of these the first day. So, let’s check these out:

Copycat Low Carb Folios Cheese Wraps

what you need to make cheese wraps

Luckily for us, someone in the Almost All ALDI Facebook group came to the rescue by finding this copycat recipe for low carb FOLIOS cheese wraps! I’d been wondering how hard these would be to make at home, but hadn’t yet worked out how to keep them pliable rather than turning them into homemade cheese crisps. Well, here you go…

Rather than reinvent the wheel, I thought it would be fun to try out her copycat FOLIOS recipe myself, and let you know how they turned out.

cheese on parchment paper

Of course, I used a pack of ALDI’s Happy Farms deli-sliced cheddar to make these homemade FOLIO wraps. Each low carb cheese wrap takes two pieces of cheese (one left as a full square, and one torn into four pieces to reinforce the edges) — so, at 11 slices to a pack, that works out to 5 1/2 wraps for $1.99.

Now I’m no mathematician, but this seems just a little better than paying $4.89 for four: It works out to $.36 per wrap, rather than $1.22 per wrap. 🙂

How do you keep low carb cheese wraps pliable?

all aldi copycat low carb folios cheese wraps

I’ll refer you to the full step-by-step no carb cheese wraps recipe over at iSaveAtoZ for directions, but basically:

  • Microwave these in a folded sheet of parchment paper for less time than you’d think.
  • Roll them out thin between the parchment paper right away, while they’re still warm.
  • Refrigerate them, rather than trying to use them immediately.

Be careful rolling your homemade cheese wraps out; try to roll them out gently & as evenly as possible. If you get too carried away, you’ll end up with holes in the wrap. Once they have cooled, just peel them off the parchment paper and roll them carefully around whatever filling you’d like.

So quick, so easy, and so much more affordable than buying pre-made low carb cheese wraps!



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