*If you can’t find baked tostada shells at the grocery store (mine were 10 carbs and less than 1 fat per tostada), simply pan fry your own. Find corn tortillas that are 10 carbs each, spray with a little cooking spray, salt, and cook over medium heat until on each side, until crispy.
-OR– you can easily just enjoy these as tacos and keep your corn tortillas soft!
** This Kinder BBQ sauce is my new favorite for a naturally low-sugar option. It’s not stuffed full of artificial sweeteners, just normal good stuff and only 4 carbs for 2 Tbsp. I’ve used 1 Tbsp of BBQ sauce on each tostada. If you can’t find it but want your macros to match, just try and use 2 carbs worth of BBQ sauce PER tostada, or 12 carbs over all six.
I wanted you to actually see what was on the tostada. But the truth is, I’m always going to pile mine hight with salad greens or shredded lettuce, maybe with an extra drizzle of creamy chimichurri or a squeeze of lime, to add as much crunchy, fresh volume as possible!
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