Honeyed Ham Flatbread

Ahna Fulmer
by Ahna Fulmer
8 Slices
15 min

This buttery and sweet honeyed ham flatbread recipe is an easy, gluten-free, low-carb dinner that the whole family will enjoy!


I love flat breads.

Especially when they are made with a delicious low carb, nutrient dense, crispy cauliflower crust, smothered in cheese and butter, and piled high with meat.

Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

The cheese is optional to keep it dairy free, but seriously this recipe is delicious with or without the cheese.

Think baked ham and cheese sandwich sliders but in a gluten-free, low-carb form and you have my honeyed ham flatbread recipe!

Bon appetit!


Recipe details
  • 8  Slices
  • Prep time: 7 Minutes Cook time: 8 Minutes Total time: 15 min
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  • 1 frozen cauliflower crust
  • 8 slices ham
  • 4 slices swiss cheese
  • 1/4 c butter, softened
  • 1/2 tbsp worcestshire sauce
  • 1/2 tbsp parsely
  • 1/2 tbsp honey mustard

Place the cauliflower crust onto a baking sheet.
Soften the butter and mix Worcestershire sauce, parsley, and honey mustard.
Spread onto the cauliflower crust.
Lay the ham slices onto the crust and then layer the cheese on top (or leave off if dairy free).
Garnish with parsley flakes.
Bake at 425F for 8-10 mins or until crust is crispy.
Freezing Instructions
Prepare according to directions. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and place back in the freezer. When ready bake according to the directions. No need to thaw.
  • Macros Per Slice: 11g Net Carbs, 13g Fat, 9g Protein
  • Macros Per Slice (Without Cheese): 151 Cals, 11g Net Carbs, 8g Fat, 5g Protein
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  • Diana Diana on Jul 07, 2021

    Sounds very yummy but I don’t think I have seen cauliflower flatbreads in any supermarket. Do you have a recipe to make them?

    thank you

  • Colleen Colleen on Jul 08, 2021

    You do realize that butter is dairy. So stating to leave the cheese off to keep it dairy free is not an accurate statement.

    • Comet Comet on Jul 13, 2021

      There are plant based butters, two members of my family have milk protein issues (not lactose issues) and use them.