Easy Gluten Free Cheese Crisps Recipe using Folios Cheese Wraps

Gluten Free Cheese Crisps Recipe

I surely have been more adventurous in the kitchen now that I am stuck home. However, what I am finding is many recipes I have been making are one’s I should have been using all along. Some are so quick and easy and to think I was buying pre-made versions with less healthy ingredients.

For example, I now make my own tortilla chips with low carb tortillas and I also make my own cheese crisps for salads and wraps using Folios (gluten free and dairy free) cheese wraps. I’ll share this Gluten Free Cheese Crisps Recipe with you.

Cut Cheese wrap

For this recipe I used the cheddar Folios cheese wraps. With my tween who is lactose sensitive, finding cheddar that is dairy free and actually tastes good has been a huge benefit. With this recipe I can make and store cheese crisps we use to pair with salads and also use in wraps instead of shredded cheese because cheese crisps add a yummy crunch. You can even use these wraps as the wrap itself!

Folios cheddar cheese wraps

Gluten Free Cheese Crisps Recipe

To start you need to preheat the oven to 375. The heating instructions are on the back of the package so I just follow that and they came out great. You need a flat cookie sheet and the wraps already come with their own parchment paper you will want to use as a barrier between the cheese and the baking sheet for grease and celiac safety reasons.

cheese folios

I use a pizza cutter to turn each wrap into 8 triangles. I also separate the cheese from the parchment paper then lay back down. This loosen the cheese a bit so when it bakes you aren’t trying to peel it off in stubborn spots where it can stick. There is enough oil that releases that this step isn’t crucial, just something I do.

baked cheese

I make my cuts before I bake and you may have to separate a tad as they tend to bake together if you did not separate them. I left some unseparated above to show you why I start by spacing them out a tad before I put them in the oven.

Once you cut these wraps into 8 triangles and separate a bit just bake for 6 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool. You can store them in an airtight container. They will keep 5-7 days but in my home they don’t last through day 2!

recipe for cheese crisps

About Folios Cheese Wraps

Folios™ are keto-approved, lightly baked sheets of cheese that can be wrapped, stuffed, rolled, melted, crisped and baked. They are made of 100% all-natural cheese that are lactose and gluten-free, made without  wheat,  starch, fillers or added sugar and are only 1g of carbs.

They can be found in a 10-count pack at Costco and all other retailers nationwide in a 4-count pack. To purchase online go to:  https://www.supermarketitaly.com/folios/. Also find these at Walmart and other retailers.


Healthy Power Foods That Can Help Your Acid Reflux

Healthy Power Foods That Can Help Your Acid Reflux

For those that suffer from chronic heartburn or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), it can be difficult to find a natural form of relief. In fact, many people suffer for many years before they find what works for them. There are many medications that can help but they come with risks, some of them deadly.

What you eat can greatly affect how often you suffer from acid reflux. Foods that are high in fats or that are acidic can often make your GERD worse. By making subtle changes to your diet, you can reduce your stomach acid and relieve some of the pain and discomfort that comes when you have acid reflux.

Prescription medications may work for some people with GERD but they have limited success and can be very harmful. In fact, in 2019, the common acid reflux medication Zantac was taken off the market due to its cancer-causing properties. If you have taken Zantac in the past and have been harmed as a result you can click here to learn more about getting legal compensation. 

If you are looking for alternative remedies to help with your GERD, you can start with making small changes to your diet. Let’s take a look at some of the most powerful and healthy foods that can help your acid reflux.


Ginger is an affordable and delicious additive to any meal or beverage that can help calm the acid in your stomach. For centuries, ginger root and teas have been used to cure an upset stomach. Ginger has natural anti-inflammatory properties that can also help reduce irritation in your esophagus caused by a backflow of acid.

Non-Citrus Fruit

Fruits are a healthy addition to any diet. However, for those that suffer from GERD, only non-citrus fruits are recommended. Bananas, melons, pears, and apples are a great snack for anyone that wants to add something healthy to their low acid diet.


One bowl of oatmeal for breakfast each morning can help balance out your stomach acid for the rest of the day. Whole grains and natural oatmeals do a great job of lowering your acid content and reducing the chance of heartburn due to reflux.


Low fat, low sugar vegetables are a great source of natural nutrients and vitamins. Vegetables are easy for your system to digest and reduce the risk of a build-up of excess stomach acids. For the best results, green vegetables like spinach, broccoli, beans, and kale are recommended. Potatoes and other starchy vegetables can also reduce your levels of stomach acid.

Egg Whites

If you are looking for more protein in your diet you can’t go wrong with egg whites. Egg whites can be used in almost any recipe and are a delicious addition to any meal of the day.

If you are concerned about using prescription medication for your acid reflux you may want to consider taking a more natural approach. These superfoods can not only give you the flavor and nutrients that you want in your diet but can help relieve the symptoms of your acid reflux.


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