Gluten-Free Wraps

Gluten Free isn’t a term I have much experience with. i decided to volunteer to try this product through Health Connection Wholefoods and the rest was history. Being someone who loves to experiment in the kitchen I was very excited to do something with this product.

From Chocolate cake to wraps I decided to make something that would make my life easier in terms of meal times. These wraps are great to do on a Sunday afternoon, freeze and use them when needed.

This flour stated that it was used as you would wholewheat flour, so I had a look at a few recipes and finally adapted my recipe from Whole Wheat Tortillas

Difficulty: Moderate, Serving:10-12 wraps
What we need: rolling pin. pot lid, non stick pan


  • 2 cups Gluten-Free Flour Mix (I used Health Connection Wholefoods)
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 2 Tbs Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 cup warm water (a little more or less if needed)


  1. Combine dry ingredients: flour, baking powder and salt.
  2. Add Olive oil and rub through.
  3. Add half warm water and slowly work through the flour, keep adding a little water at a time until gathered together into a ball.
  4. Knead for 10 min, this dough has a lovely soft texture.
  5. Rest the dough in the same bowl covered with a dish cloth for 10 minutes.
  6. Divide the dough into 10-12 balls depending on the size you wanting them.
  7. Roll each ball into a circle using a rolling pin, onto a floured surface until beautifully thin.  Please be aware that this is a very soft dough so be very gentle when handling. I then used a pot lid to neaten the edges, as you would a cookie cutter.)
  8. Heat a non stick pan to a medium to high heat.
  9. Cook each wrap for 30 seconds each side. (If your wraps are ticker time may vary slightly).
  10. Serve or Freeze in a Ziplock /freezer bag right away.


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  1. How do I prevent my wraps from becomming cryspy? Mine often does this and it is then such a waste. Wil Natures choice gluten free flour mix work?

    1. I often Freeze my wraps if not eating them straight away. I haven’t found them becoming crispy so I suggest that you try the Nature’s choice. If you referring to keeping them for the next day I would suggest reheating them in a dishtowel in the microwave or reheating in pan with a bit of butter?

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