Gluten Free Wraps
Gluten Free Wraps

Gluten Free Wraps

Posted On: 10th August 2015
Recipe By: Alison Wheatley

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I don't know why but wraps seem to become a staple for gluten free people, maybe it's because a lot don't like the bread. However gluten free wraps aren't the cheapest to buy but they are really easy to make yourself, they don't take much effort at all, can be cooked in batch and frozen, great to have in for that quick lunch.

This recipe is...

VeganVegan
Low CalorieLow Calorie
Low SugarLow Sugar
Low FatLow Fat
FODMAP FriendlyFODMAP Friendly
Slimming World FriendlySlimming World Friendly

Ingredients

175g gluten free brown or white bread flour
5g yeast
1/2tsp xanthan gum
1/2tsp salt
200ml boiling water
1tbsp vegetable oil

Preparation Time: 10 Mins
Cooking Time: 25 Mins
This recipe makes 6 wraps

This recipe is free from...

Celery
Crustaceans
Dairy
Egg
Fish
Gluten
Lupin
Molluscs
Mustard
Peanuts
Sesame
Soya
Sulphites
Tree Nuts

Method

1. Mix together dry ingredients and then add in all the wet and mix well to form a dough ball.

2. Split the dough ball into 6, roll into walnut sized balls and then roll out into very think sheets, roughly 6 inches wide and barely 1 or 2mm in thickness.

3. Fry each for 2 mins on each side on a medium heat until both sides are nicely browned. Eat warm or cold, also perfect to freeze.

Nutritional info per wrap

CaloriesCarbsFibreFatSugarProtein
12122g2g3g0g2g
Calories121
Carbs22g
Fibre2g
Fat3g
Sugar0g
Protein2g

Your Comments

I'm curious - why put yeast in if the dough is given no time to rise?

Helen - 17th August 2015

Hi Helen, we add in yeast as it gives the wraps a nice texture and flavour. It is obviously killed straight off due to the hot water, but the flavour and texture will remain, but it will not rise like normal bread.

Alison - 17th August 2015

Hi could you do this with coconut flower as i have some and dont know what to do with it
Thank you

Lesley Tapp - 17th January 2017
Alison @ Coeliac Sanctuary replied to this comment on 17th January 2017

I don't see why you couldn't, should work just as well as other flour, might just have a slight coconutty taste to it. We usually make our death by coconut cake when we have coconut flour.

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