The process of making these delicious coconut flour wraps may seem a little daunting, but once you get the hang of it you will smash them out with ease as often as you need. This recipe will yield 5 wraps and the macros are calculated per wrap, excluding any fillings. Happy wrapping!
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Carbs 9.5g | Fat 11g | Protein 3.6g
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Coconut Flour Wraps (Egg-free)
- Combine the coconut flour, psyllium husk powder, garlic powder, baking soda and salt in a large bowl.
- Whisk the olive oil into the jug containing the lukewarm water.
- Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture.
- Combine well for about a minute.
- Compact the mixture down and divide into 4 equal-size portions.
- Place one portion between two rolls of baking parchment paper and roll out 5mm thin (but not paper-thin!).
- Find a plate with the same diameter size as your frying pan and cut a circle from the pastry. Do not discard the excess you trim off – put this aside because your excess pastry from your 4 discs will be enough to make a 5th one.
- Moderately heat one teaspoon of coconut oil in a non-stick pan. Swirl to evenly coat.
- Lift the parchment with the disc and carefully place upside down into the frying pan, carefully peeling away the parchment.
- Cook for a minute, before using an egg-lifter or large spatula to flip and cook the underside for a minute. Remove and set aside.
- Wipe the pan clean and repeat the process, each time using a teaspoon coconut oil and cooking only over moderate heat. As mentioned earlier, you will have enough excess ‘off-cuts’ to make a 5th wrap (and maybe even one more tiny one...)
- Use different fillings to make your lunchtime coconut flour wraps interesting! We made Chicken-mayo & Avocado Wraps (Funnyman stirred Very Lazy Chopped Chilies through his mayonnaise for extra kick!)
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Calories 147Kcal / 615kJ
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