Gluten-Free Wraps or Flatbread Recipe

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  • 1 package of Breads from Anna® Gluten and Yeast Free Bread Mix or Corn and Dairy Free Bread Mix
  • 3 whole eggs
  • 1 3/4 cups water, milk or non-dairy drink
  • 1/3 cup oil (light olive oil, coconut, butter or any other oil you like using)
  • 1 heaping tablespoon dried parsley (optional)
  • 2 heaping tablespoons dried onion flakes (optional)



1) If using parsley and onion flakes, add to Breads from Anna flour blend. Whisk until well combined.
2) Add eggs, water, and oil to dry flour blend. 
3) Blend well until all lumps are smooth.
4) Spoon out 3-4 tablespoons of dough and place onto center of flatbread maker.
5) Close lid and let sit about 2 minutes.
6) Place handle down over lid and press down adding pressure to flatten out bread.
7) Repeat this 2-3 times in quick succession while adding pressure; you need to do this downward pressure to allow steam to escape.


    Note: One package of mix will make approximately 20 pieces of flatbread or wraps. Dough can be stored in refrigerator for 24 hours and used incrementally.

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    Sylvia December 09, 2016

    Is it possible to make this recipe vegan? If so, will it change the density and texture of the wrap at all?

    Teresa November 12, 2016

    Can you substitute the eggs or even omit them in this recipe?

    Carolyn September 10, 2016

    Can these flatbreads be made without eggs?

    Jennifer January 22, 2016

    How can you make the flat bread without a Flatbread maker

    Faydra Kenning January 21, 2016

    I have a cast iron tortilla press will this work too?

    Shanna January 20, 2016

    I tried my first GF tortillas tonight with limited success. Despite the cooking/flattening methods I tried, I could never get them thin like a tortilla. I tried your cooking method and the one that came with the maker. They are more like a flat bread. They dough always started to puff before I had it flat. What could I be doing wrong?

    Shirley August 19, 2015

    These sure sound like something I would like but I do not have a flat bread maker.

    Sue August 18, 2015

    Allergic to eggs. What can I substitute and amount?

    Sue August 18, 2015

    Cannot have eggs. What can I substitute? And what proportion?

    Anna June 15, 2015

    These wraps will stay fresh in your refrigerator up to 10 days. They can also be frozen. Consider layering the wraps in between wax paper before you freeze to make it easier to take out and thaw as you need them.

    Phyllis June 13, 2015

    After made, how long are they good for if refrigerated? Can you freeze them? Thank you!

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