How to make coconut flour tortilla wraps – even if you aren’t low-carb! Because they are also gluten-free, sugar-free, wheat-free and keto.
Just follow the easy step-by-step instructions and watch the quick cooking video.
Coconut Flour Tortilla Wraps
If you have been told you need to go low-carb, gluten-free or wheat-free, many people panic at the loss of their bread and grain products.
What will you eat for lunch? What will you serve in the daily lunch box?Watch how to make coconut flour tortilla wraps - even if you're not low-carb. They are the perfect easy low-carb gluten-free wrap for a healthy lunch/dinner.
I have a number of healthy low-carb and grain-free recipes below, but today’s recipe is coconut flour tortilla wraps. Scroll to the bottom to see them.
Further reading: Gluten-Free vs Grain-Free – what’s the difference?
Coconut Flour Tortilla Recipe
If you are new here, or new to low-carb and grain-free baking, you may wish to read my Ultimate Guide to Low-Carb Flours. I explain how to use coconut flour, almond flour/meal, psyllium husks and why they don’t behave like wheat-based flours.
And if you want to know why I fry my gluten-free tortillas in coconut oil, you can read my Ultimate Guide To Healthy Fats.
Coconut Flour Wraps
The reason I love coconut flour is much is that a little goes a long way. It is naturally gluten-free, naturally extremely low in net carbs and so versatile in both sweet and savoury recipes.
In fact, you can even make these coconut flour wraps into a sweet dessert wrap, by simply adding some sweetener to taste and some vanilla. This would make a yummy after-school snack with cream cheese and berries inside.
Coconut flour is also very low in inflammatory omega 6. In our modern diet, we have an imbalance of omega 3 (anti-inflammatory) to omega 6 (inflammatory) ratio. Coconut flour is also incredibly economical.
Further reading: Ultimate Guide To Almond Flour vs Coconut Flour
Low-Carb Tortilla Wraps
Low-carb tortilla wraps are a versatile recipe that can be used for breakfast (just add bacon and eggs inside), lunch (add a salad, cheese, and meat) or for dinner.
Why not add low-carb/keto beef chili, sour cream, shredded/grated cheese, and some guacamole? Yes they will probably fall apart and kids will end up eating with their hands, but heck, who doesn’t do that when they go and grab a takeout?
Coconut Flour Low-Carb Tortilla Wrap Recipe
I love developing coconut flour recipes because so many readers ask for baking that is almond flour free. This is due to their allergies or their children who attend a school with a nut-free policy.
To see all my coconut flour recipes, click here.
Low-Carb Coconut Flour Tortilla Wrap Recipe
Low-Carb Coconut Flour Tortilla Wraps
- In a large mixing bowl, add the baking powder and coconut flour. Add the egg whites and mix with a whisk until lump free (it ends up being quite a thin mixture).
- Melt coconut oil in the frying pan, then fry a small amount for each tortilla wrap, one at a time.
- Flip each tortilla wrap when it starts to bubble and goes brown on the underside.
- Serve with your choice of filling for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
- 6 wraps = 2g net carbs each
- 4 wraps = 4g net carbs each