Flaxseed Wraps

"This comes from a book by William David, MD, "Wheat Belly". Dr. Martin believes that wheat is bad for far more people than we think. Further, some of the common substitutes for gluten-flours, such as potato starch or tapioca starch, are equally bad. I have to wait for the book to come off the new book display, but in the meantime I copied this recipe, which sounds good, The wraps can be stored for several days in the fridge, wrapped in plastic."
 
Download
photo by phojar photo by phojar
photo by phojar
photo by Amy H. photo by Amy H.
Ready In:
13mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
1 wrap
Advertisement

ingredients

Advertisement

directions

  • Mix the dry ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Stir in the coconut oil.
  • Beat in the egg and water.
  • Grease a microwave safe glass or plastic pie plate with coconut oil. Pour in the batter and spread it evenly.
  • Microwave on high for 2 to 3 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes,.
  • Remove carefully with a spatula.
  • Turn over and fill as desired.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!
Advertisement

Reviews

  1. ggg b.
    Good consistency, but somewhat tasteless and dry. Adding a bit more salt and Virtue sweetener helped. Also, I spread the batter thinly in a circular shape on parchment paper and nuked it for 2 minutes. It came out perfectly without having to grease a glass dish.
     
  2. Amy H.
    This recipe is so quick and easy! It was yummy with buffalo chicken, chipotle ranch, avocado, red onion and some cheese! I feel this wrap could be so versatile. I cooked mine for 2.5 and it was perfect! Some wraps don’t hold up well but this one did!
     
  3. Monica W.
    Super-easy, cheap and delicious!
     
  4. phojar
    this is so good!! I made a wrap with cliantro, avacado, tomato, and chicken.
     
  5. lgronowski
    These are very easy to make. I cut it in half and had a tuna sandwich and it was fantastic.
     
Advertisement

RECIPE SUBMITTED BY

My screen name is a diminutive in Lithuanian for bread, so you won't be suprised to learn that I love to bake bread. In recent years I have been baking a lot of sourdough breads and have several starters sitting in my refrigerator. But I like to cook a lot of other things, as well, especially from various cultures. The cat wishes I would concentrate on meat and fish... I joined a few years ago but started posting recipes and participating in forums just recently - I wish I had done so earlier. Recipezaar is a great community! Right now I am a co-host for the Breads and Baking and the Eastern Europe forums - I hope to see you there!
 
View Full Profile
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Find More Recipes