Quick and Easy Gluten Free Flat Bread Wraps

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

These wraps are quick and simple to make. The cost is very low compared to purchasing GF bread wraps. They are great hot or cold. spread or fill with your favourites. Use a good gluten free flour blend. The quality of the blend used does make a difference

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 100 g gluten-free flour
  • 1.23 ml salt
  • 118.32 ml water
  • 29.58 ml oil


  1. Mix together the flour, water and salt and leave to stand for 10 minutes.
  2. Lightly oil and heat a heavy based frypan.
  3. Stir batter and place a few spoonfuls at a time into the pan. You can shape as oval or rounds.
  4. Cook until lightly browned underneath then flip over and cook the other side.
  5. Serve either hot or cold.
  6. Note: you can use any GF flour eg. purchased flour mix, rice flour, soy flour, maize or gramma flours. For a good purchased brand in Australia- I would recommend "Orgran" brand. You can buy it in most supermarkets and health food stores.
Most Helpful

(8-21-2011) Was hunting and hunting for a recipe like this. That was easy. Found it last night. Tried it today. It was really good. Will be making it again. Made great sandwhiches. I just started back on the Gluten Free. So, trying to find easy, inexpensive recipes. And this one works for me. Thanks for the easy recipe.

JamieCC. August 21, 2011

We just tried this. It's pretty good. We're on very limited foods right now so this fits us perfect. It was easy and I used a little over a cup of Bobs Red mill all purpose flour with some guar gum. I had to add a little bit of water but it's a very forgivable recipe. My 20mo loves it and even my NOT gluten free daughters love it as well. You can add some spices to it and I'm sure you could add sugar instead of salt to make it a sweet bread. Thanks for this easy recipe!

peanutprincesses June 19, 2009

This was my first foray into deliberately cooking gluten-free. The recipe was very easy to follow. I think I bought a different flour, as I had to add more than double the water to get a batter. However, the results were a good GF alternative when we had fajitas. Thanks **Jubes** for a good, practical recipe - will try this again, probably with rice flour next time.

Heydarl May 07, 2007