Our Gluten Free Wraps Tortillas Recipe gives you soft, flexible, easy to make, and perfect flatbread for burritos, tacos, enchiladas, and more. Those pliable gluten free flour tortillas are corn free made with simple ingredients.
Gluten-Free Bread Recipes
Even though I do not have many recipes on the site yet, bread is one of the essential parts to conquer when going gluten free or changing your lifestyle.
Apart from concentrating on gluten-free, I always try to avoid flours, which are high in carbs, and therefore, I have picked and used my popular fiber to make these gluten free homemade tortillas.
If you are looking for a loaf on a sweet side, try our protein bread, which you for sure will love. It does reminds me a bit like brioche bread.
Making enchiladas was my aim, and I wanted to make everything from scratch for you. And wrap or a soft flour tortilla is a big part of it.
Continuing with seasoning, sauce, and the whole casserole, you will fall in love with the entire meal.
3-Ingredient Gluten Free Wraps
This 3-ingredient gluten free wrap is a great recipe for anyone who wants to enjoy a tasty treat without worrying about wheat or gluten and make tortillas at home.
Our Tortillas are easy to make. They do not even require baking powder. All you need is my favorite gluten free flour, eggs, and mozzarella.
The ingredients are cooked, combined, and then rolled out with a rolling pin. Once rolled out, these wraps become pliable and easy to use.
Are All Tortilla Wraps Gluten-free?
Not at all. Not all tortilla wraps are gluten free. The main aspect is what flour you are using to make a wrap. When looking for wraps in the shop, make sure you read all the ingredients. Some store bought tortillas which contain gluten free flour, can also have additional starches you might not even think of.
A great example is our recipe. It is entirely gluten-free, if you use a whole block of mozzarella, which you grate at home. But the minute you decide to buy pre-shredded cheese, the possibility of having starches to keep the shreds separate is big.
Do Gluten Free Wraps Have Carbs?
If all gluten-free wraps have carbs depends again on the ingredients used. Our recipe has minimal carbs because of the oat fiber I am using as a gf flour tortilla substitute.
When you decide to swap the flour for corn and make corn tortillas or others, the carb intake will grow exponentially.
But in general, if you follow the guidance and use any certified gluten-free flour, you will make those gluten-free tortillas at home with ease.
How To Make Gluten-Free Tortillas?
With my exact steps, photos, and video, I am sure, after making these wraps, you will realize how this is an easy recipe for gluten-free flat bread. I will describe everything in detail, but in case you have any questions, please let me know and I will do my best to answer them.
- Cooking pot
- Silicone sheet for rolling
- Rolling pin
- Round Bowl
- Baking tray
- Parchment paper
- Mozzarella Block
- Oat Fiber
*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.
FULL INSTRUCTIONS WITH STEPS FOR HOMEMADE GLUTEN-FREE WRAP RECIPE
First Step: Prepare your Ingredients
Get all of the ingredients together. I love using oat fiber because it gives me flour consistency without additional carbs.
Mozzarella should be in a block and shredded at home. Usually, shredded cheese contains some starches to separate the shreds, which are not gluten-free.
At the same time, preheat your oven to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit.
Second Step: Prepare the Dough
Start by heating your shredded mozzarella in a pan or cast iron skillet. Using a spatula, mix the cheese and let it melt fully.
Once you melt the cheese, lower the heat and add a dry ingredient, oat fiber. Gently whisk, add eggs and whisk again.
Third Step: Mix the Dough
Keep mixing the dough until all is combined and you get a uniform mixture.
Fourth Step: Work the Dough
Place the dough onto the silicone sheet, and using your hands, work the dough by stretching and folding it for approximately 5 to 6 minutes. This will make the dough much more pliable and easy to work with.
Fifth Step: Roll, Shape, and Bake
As you see in the video, split the dough into eight pieces. Take each piece and use a rolling pin to roll the tortillas into a round shape. Using one of the bowls, press onto the rolled sheet and make a round shape to get the tortillas look.
If you have a tortilla press, take a piece of dough and roll it into a dough ball. Place into the middle of the press but make sure you place your dough between 2 parchment sheets or plastic wrap to avoid sticking the dough to the press. Press fully to get a round tortilla.
Place each tortilla one at a time onto a baking sheet and bake in the oven for eight to ten minutes.
Tips For The Best Gluten Free Flour Tortilla Recipe
- Mozzarella – make sure you buy a block of mozzarella and shred it yourself to avoid additional starches in the store-bought pre-shredded cheese.
- Tortilla press – is a great help if you have one.
- Dough – if you feel that the dough has got harder to work with, heat it up gently in the microwave and use it again.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How To Eat Gluten Free Tortilla?
Tortillas or wraps are a great addition to your meals. You can use it as a tortilla to roll for enchiladas casserole, as I have done. You can fill them with protein and vegetables and sprinkle them with ranch dressing or sauce for a perfect sandwich. Tacos or Burritos are a great addition to use them with.
You can eveen serve it as an additions to soups and stews like our clear vegetable soup.
A great tip is to cut them into nachos and bake a bit longer until they become crunchy. Add vegan nacho cheese and your party can start.
Can I Cook the Tortillas?
If you do not want to use the oven, cook or roast them in a pan or skillet until they get light brown.
How Do I Make My Gluten Free Tortillas Soft and Pliable?
If you realize that your wraps have become harder, which might happen after a day or two, you can slightly damp them with warm water and reheat in the oven to regain their softness.
Can I Substitute With a Different Gluten Free Flour Blend?
As I am trying to use flours with minimal carbs, I have only tried this recipe with almond flour, potato fiber, and bamboo fiber. All worked great.
But you can experiment with other gluten-free flour such as rice flour, tapioca flour, maize flour, buckwheat flour, oat flour, gluten-free flour mix, or any additional flour you regularly use in gluten free baking. Look at the video to ensure the amount you add in will result in similar consistency of the dough.
As long as they are not made from wheat flour or any other regular flour containing gluten, your tortillas will always be gluten-free.
How Do I Store Gluten-Free Flour Tortillas?
It is best to use those amazing gluten free tortillas straight. But if needed, store those tortillas in your fridge for 3 to 4 days. Make sure they are wrapped tightly to prevent them from drying out.
You can undoubtedly freeze our tortillas. It is best to wrap them separately and freeze them that way. Whenever you need one or two, take them out of the freezer the night before and let them thaw naturally.
More Gluten Free Recipes
- Indian curry
- Pan fry chicken
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- 2.5 Cups (250 grams) Shredded mozarella
- 2 Eggs
- 10 Tablespoons (50 grams) Oat fiber
- Get all of the ingredients together. Mozzarella should be in a block and shredded at home. Usually, shredded cheese contains some starches to separate the shreds, which are not gluten-free. At the same time, preheat your oven to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit.
- Start by heating your shredded mozzarella in a pan or cast iron skillet. Using a spatula, mix the cheese and let it melt fully. Once you melt the cheese, lower the heat and add a dry ingredient, oat fiber. Gently whisk, add eggs and whisk again.
- Keep mixing the dough until all is combined and you get a uniform mixture.
- Place the dough onto the silicone sheet, and using your hands, work the dough by stretching and folding it for approximately 5 to 6 minutes.
- Split the dough into eight pieces. Take each piece and use a rolling pin to roll the tortillas into a round shape. Using one of the bowls, press onto the rolled sheet and make a round shape to get the tortillas look. Place each tortilla one at a time onto a baking sheet and bake in the oven for eight to ten minutes.
- Mozzarella - make sure you buy a block of mozzarella and shred it yourself to avoid additional starches in the store-bought pre-shredded cheese.
- Tortilla press - is a great help if you have one.
- Dough - if you feel that the dough has got harder to work with, heat it up gently in the microwave and use it again.
Serving Size:1 Wrap
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 25Total Fat: 2gCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 11gProtein: 2g