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Gluten free wraps


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Wrap batter

  • 50 grams Coconut Flour
  • 100 grams tapioca flour
  • 220 grams water
  • 20 grams ground Flaxseed
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon salt
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Add all ingredients to thermomix jug. Mix 20sec/sp5 until well combined.


    Mixture should be very thick liquid batter. A thicker mixture will make thicker wraps - if you'd prefer a thinner consistency add more water as needed.


    2. Pour portions of mixture into small, lightly oiled or buttered pan. Spread out to edge of pan with a small silicone spatula or back of a spoon until whole pan is coated with a thin layer of batter.


    3. Cook until mixture begins to dry out. Flip wrap over and cook other side.


    4. Repeat with remaining mixture

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Tip

These wraps are flexible and last well in lunch boxes filled with salads and cold meats. They don't break or fall apart.

Because of the coconut flour they are high fibre, low GI and very filling.

Can be used warm as part of a main meal (burritos, or naan bread replacement with curry) or cold with salad fillings. Very versatile.

They DO work with out the eggs, if you are allergic leave them out and add a little extra water.

You can also freeze them. Just as good defrosted!


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  • Oh my goodness, these are the best GF wraps !!...

    Submitted by Teen's Kitchen on 29. December 2020 - 21:37.

    Oh my goodness, these are the best GF wraps !! Thank you so much 💕 Not only are they bendy, they are tasty as well 👏🏻

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  • Perfect!...

    Submitted by thermo_mama on 10. April 2019 - 14:54.

    Perfect!
    I doubled the recipe and got about 12 wraps. I used an egg replacer, and added more water. I also cooked them in my sandwich press 👌🏻
    I have been using another gluten free recipe for years - but am now changing to this one! Super easy, so soft and bendable. Thanks for a great recipe!

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  • Wow! This is an amazing recipe! Beautiful bendable...

    Submitted by geehorn on 27. January 2019 - 13:27.

    Wow! This is an amazing recipe! Beautiful bendable wraps that don't break!

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  • I doubled this recipe and used my aldi roti maker....

    Submitted by BeesAreCool on 2. November 2018 - 20:42.

    I doubled this recipe and used my aldi roti maker. Turned out well.

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  • This was so easy to work with. I didn’t have...

    Submitted by kwongkwc on 31. October 2018 - 19:12.

    This was so easy to work with. I didn’t have flaxseed but used psyllium and made using sandwich press. Easy to roll

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  • Used GF plain flour instead of coconut flour, and...

    Submitted by nourishingsensitivetummies on 2. April 2018 - 11:22.

    Used GF plain flour instead of coconut flour, and psyllium husks instead of flax. Added some extra water. Turned out well!

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  • Great quick (especially when you use a sandwich...

    Submitted by toni5623 on 26. October 2017 - 16:32.

    Great quick (especially when you use a sandwich press to make them!) and easy GF recipe - thank you sooo much!

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  • lu and thermo:...

    Submitted by toni5623 on 26. October 2017 - 16:26.

    lu and thermo:
    Do you have a sandwich press Lu?
    Easy peasy....drop a dollup on the bottom tray and squish with the top tray - cooks both sides at once!Wink

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  • Dont use chia if you have run out of flax It makes...

    Submitted by SandiJoy on 24. April 2017 - 19:33.

    Don't use chia if you have run out of flax. It makes them sour. :/ Lesson learned. Besides the chia we still love them and make them weekly...with flax for sure from now on. I use 3 ice cubes of aquafaba instead of an egg.

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  • Wonderful! Bendy. Yummy. Works great without egg...

    Submitted by SandiJoy on 6. January 2017 - 14:59.

    Wonderful! Bendy. Yummy. Works great without egg too which is amazing. Thank you!

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  • delicious absolutely scrummy

    Submitted by thermieforever on 18. May 2016 - 18:48.

    delicious absolutely scrummy - so flipping healthy and filling too - thank you!

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  • would love to be making these

    Submitted by Kathy clark on 6. April 2016 - 16:45.

    would love to be making these tonight, but dont have any flax seed, any substitutes like LSA suitable

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  • I have been searching for a

    Submitted by Aims89 on 2. April 2016 - 19:13.

    I have been searching for a yeast free gluten free wrap for  long - thank you so, so much this is just yummy!!

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  • The best gluten free wrap

    Submitted by Aims89 on 13. February 2016 - 12:56.

    The best gluten free wrap I've had in years... and it BENDS! Not crumbles! Thanks so much. Will be a keeper. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made these for my sons GF

    Submitted by Chenoa on 3. January 2016 - 21:44.

    Made these for my sons GF friend - yummo! Couldn't believe how nice they were. I had to add at least 80-100g water to get the consistency I wanted, I needed them for burritos. Thank you!

    Thermomixing is my 'me' time!

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  • finally made these today.

    Submitted by oMo on 26. September 2015 - 17:01.

    finally made these today.  They remind me very much of the Gluten Free Laucke Special White bread mix made into wraps.  My daughter loves both!  and I especially love the coconut flavour in this recipe you have shared.I didn't have ground flaxseeds, so I used Golden Flaxmeal.  I found the longer the mixture sat the more water I needed to add at various times (just a smidge each time).

    Fb: Thermo Amy + Gluten Free TIndependent Thermomix Consultant

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  • Very happy with these.  I

    Submitted by Kruisy on 15. September 2015 - 17:46.

    Very happy with these.  I ground linseed in Thermomix, added a garlic clove and used the extra water.  I also measured volume to be just under 2 cups so that is half a cup of batter per wrap.  These were great as naan substitutes.  

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  • Just buy whole ones (sold as

    Submitted by HSchwartz on 19. June 2015 - 18:50.

    Just buy whole ones (sold as lid seeds in Aus tmrc_emoticons.) and grind before adding the rest of the ingredients. 

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  • Finally a flexible soft GF

    Submitted by lu and thermo on 3. May 2015 - 16:51.

    Finally a flexible soft GF wrap that could be used to wrap around anything!

    I used Macro gentle fibre instead of the ground flaxseeds because I didn't have any. I milled it for 1min speed 9 first. I also added a small clove of minced garlic, some chia seeds & 15g of chilli infused olive oil to the mix. I will experiment with adding sorghum flour for more nutritional value & reducing tapioca next time. 

    Doubled the recipe all at once and needed the extra water like other comments and made 12 x 19cm wraps as I like them thinner. It is a fiddly spreading the batter out but worth it. Will try Jacpalmer29 suggestion next time with baking paper as I would love an easier solution to reduce time when making a big batch.

    Now have lunch wraps ready in the freezer. Cooking 10         Thanks for the great recipe!

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  • Any suggestions what i could

    Submitted by nesssimmons on 11. April 2015 - 11:02.

    Any suggestions what i could use instead of tapioca flour? I dont tolerate this unfortunately. 

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  • I'd like to try these. Where

    Submitted by Mikibon on 30. January 2015 - 08:31.

    I'd like to try these. Where do I get ground flaxseed from?

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  • Can you use 150g of gluten

    Submitted by Michaela88 on 26. January 2015 - 09:16.

    Can you use 150g of gluten free flour instead of the coconut and tapioca flour? If so would you use plain or gluten free flour?

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  • I made these last night and

    Submitted by Thermo4me on 25. January 2015 - 17:25.

    I made these last night and it was awesome. Say goodbye to dry, unflavoured, crumbly wraps. I am gf and this was like heaven!!!!

    Thermo4me

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  • LOVE this recipe. Have used

    Submitted by iThermo on 29. November 2014 - 08:36.

    LOVE this recipe. Have used it multiple times now and has been loved everytime. Have used them as pizza bases, wraps, naan bread and quesdella wraps, would work for enchalidas as well.

    I add in the extra 80 or so g of water (as suggested by others) along with a teaspoon of YIAH spice mix just to give it a little extra flavour. Would love to try it with some seeds in it just for something different.

    I take my pan off the heat and use a cake icing spatula to spread it in the pan, helps get a perfect even circle.

    Will be a regular in our house thats for sure! Thanks so much for an awesome recipe

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  • I made these tonight and they

    Submitted by Jacpalmer29 on 9. October 2014 - 20:05.

    I made these tonight and they worked a treat.  Very flexible And tasty. I added a little of freshly crushed garlic to the mix and also added about 80g more water than the recipe states.

    A little tricky to spread the batter in the hot pan, so I suggest cutting some glad bake to fit your pan, spread batter after spaying glad bake with oil and transfer to hot pan. Once the first side is cooked remove glad bake and cook the other side.

    You could also cover batter between sheets of glad bake and cook for a min or 2 in a sandwich press.

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  • THese are fantstic i used

    Submitted by Kharris1984 on 9. October 2014 - 18:41.

    THese are fantstic i used des. coconut and made into flour i also ground up linseeds in place of the flaxseed and followed recipe to a tee and they are brilliant and soo easy . Cooking 1

     

    Kristy Harris

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  • Great to hear that your

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 26. August 2014 - 12:50.

    Great to hear that your little ones loved this recipe too!

     

    Thermomix Head Office

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  • Made this for the first time

    Submitted by merl81 on 25. August 2014 - 20:59.

    Made this for the first time tonight (for my 4yr and 6yr old girls too). They made them into salad wraps for dinner. So quick and easy to whip up for dinner after a busy day. They loved it too. Great recipe will definitely use again.

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  • Yum,  love the flexibility.

    Submitted by Neele on 1. May 2014 - 17:28.

    Yum,  love the flexibility. Tastes great when cooked with garlic infused olive oil.

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  • These are fantastic. I also

    Submitted by Sunshine Mumma on 1. May 2014 - 04:45.

    These are fantastic. I also had to add a little extra water about 50 g or so, but that is not a problem at all.  They had a slight coconut flavour but nothing that even my fussy partner complained about.  My eldes who is Coeliac devoured his and wants them on his lunch every day and he is also fussy.  So a big thumbs up from us tmrc_emoticons.-)

     

    Marystew52 and sworange maybe your coconut flour isn't great as I didn't have the problem with the flavour at all tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I think these wraps are

    Submitted by JemmaR on 22. April 2014 - 16:11.

    I think these wraps are amazing. I added about 60g extra water. I ate them that night as a replacement for naan bread with a curry and then put the remainder in the fridge and used as wraps for lunch. They didn't change at all and were just as pliable and tasty the next day.  I cooked them in my sandwich press (for toasted sandwiches) and found they cooked very quickly and were the perfect size and thickness. I have not liked any other gluten free wrap that I have tried so these are a massive win!

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  • These were delicious, thank

    Submitted by NyomiD on 21. April 2014 - 21:17.

    These were delicious, thank you so much for a fantastic gluten free recipe. It truly is the best wrap recipe I have tried!

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  • These are delicious,  just

    Submitted by Vesroff on 19. April 2014 - 08:37.

    These are delicious,  just had to add extra water  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi, I had to add an extra 80g

    Submitted by marystew52 on 18. April 2014 - 13:51.

    Hi, I had to add an extra 80g water to make the batter. The texture of the wraps was great but unfortunately I found the coconut flavor quite overwhelming. 

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  • These didn't work for me.  

    Submitted by sworange on 17. April 2014 - 17:40.

    These didn't work for me.   My coconut flour soaked up all the water.  I added an extra cup of water until I got itto a batter.   But it feel apart in the pan.  Ended up having to throw all the mix out.  I used a bought coconut flour. 

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  • Hello, these wraps look

    Submitted by Mira on 17. April 2014 - 10:23.

    Hello, these wraps look great.  I see coconut flour used a lot in gluten free recipes, do you make your own in the thermomix?

     

     

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