Wraps are a wonderful way to make your lunch or dinner more fun. After all, why enjoy a platter of beans, rice, and vegetables, when you can stuff all of these ingredients in a wrap, roll it up, and chow down without trying to get every single component of the dish onto your fork for every bite? If you’re following a gluten-free diet, either for preference or due to a dietary restriction, it may be a bit difficult to find ready-made gluten-free sandwiches and wraps at your local bodegas and restaurants. However, did you know you can buy gluten-free wraps and tortillas and make your own creations at home? It’s true! And we’re not just talking plain, gluten-free tortillas either. Nowadays, there are all sorts of gluten-free wraps out there. There are coconut wraps, ones made with fruits and vegetables, almond flour wraps, nori, soy, sprouted corn, brown rice wraps … we could go on for a while here. And if you’re looking to avoid milk, eggs, and butter, you’re in luck, because there are several gluten-free wraps out there that also avoid using these ingredients! While you’re likely to find a few of these options at your local grocery store, you can find almost all of them online, as well. Here are 15 gluten-free and vegan wraps we think you should check out today.
Rudi’s Gluten-Free Plain Tortillas
As many different gluten-free wraps as there are on the market, it can be nice to stick to a plain, simple wrap. Rudi’s Gluten-Free Plain Tortillas, for instance, are made primarily with a mixture of whole grain flours – sorghum, brown rice, corn, amaranth, quinoa, millet, teff – corn starch, tapioca flour, rice flour, water, and canola oil. Reviewers recommend these wraps calling them delicious and sturdy enough for big wraps. You can get a pack of eight wraps for about $6.
Green Leaf Foods Raw Spinach Wraps
Gluten-free, paleo, and soy-free, Green Leaf Foods Raw Spinach Wraps are a great way to sneak some extra veggie goodness into your diet. Each bag has five large, low-sodium wraps which are high in antioxidants, and are a good source of fiber. This $12 pack requires no refrigeration and apparently stays good for a whole year. One thing to note about these earthy wraps, though, they are packed pretty tightly together, so, as reviewers have shared, make sure to un-stick them very careful as to not waste any.
Sunfood Superfoods Raw Vegan Coconut Wraps
Trying to stick to a raw diet? If so, consider checking out Sunfood Superfoods Raw Vegan Coconut Wraps. These wraps are non-GMO, gluten-free, and raw. They are made with just three ingredients: raw organic coconut meat, raw organic coconut water, and raw organic unrefined virgin coconut oil. Reviewers are saying that these wraps are a great alternative to corn tortillas, is a good way to get healthy fats like coconut oil into your diet, and they match well with sweet or savory foods. Some feel that the wraps are a bit too sweet for sandwiches, while others had no problem. To see how you feel about them, you can get one pack of seven wraps for $14.75.
Wrawp Spicy Flatbread Wraps
Do you like your wraps with a little kick to them? Then Wrawp Spicy Flatbread Wraps might just be what you’re looking for. These wraps are made with zucchini, apple, flax seeds, and coconut and seasoned with turmeric, cayenne pepper, and black salt, and reviewers share that the taste is hearty and flavorful. They have a nice firm texture and just need to be warmed. If you like your tortillas a little softer, simply add a bit of water (a little goes a long way) and the wrap will absorb all the moisture and soften naturally. For a little over $9, you get six servings worth.
Sushi Party Soy Wrappers
To put a fun and colorful twist on your meals, you have to try these Sushi Party Soy Wrappers. They are made primarily with soybean protein and are given their bright vibrant color naturally through spinach, paprika, and turmeric. And don’t get thrown off by the $58 price tag, bulk purchasing is definitely the way to go here. Instead of $8 for 1 pack (which is also available on Amazon), this 24-pack purchase breaks down to about $2.50 a pack.
Paleo Turmeric Wraps
These Paleo Turmeric Wraps are a low-calorie, low-carb, and gluten-free option that is perfect for people who want the benefits of coconut flour-based wraps but don’t necessarily want the slight sweetness they add. Plus you get the added health benefits of turmeric! Reviewers are saying that these wraps are sturdy, tasty “in a subtle way,” easy to store, and great for people who don’t like the sweetness of coconut wraps. These are a bit pricy, coming in at almost $13, but if Amazon reviewers are any indication, they are worth the price.
Siete Almond Flour Tortillas
Siete Almond Flour Tortillas are paleo and ideal for people who are keeping gluten and grains out of their diets. They’re also good for people who are just trying to avoid the high carb load of standard tortillas. According to reviewers, these simply need to be warmed slightly and then they are ready for all of your wrap needs. Reviewers are also saying that these wraps are tasty, a great low-carb option, and sturdy enough for all sorts of cooking methods, whether you’re pan frying or cutting and baking into tortilla chips in the oven. For a little over $20 you get 16 quality tortillas, which is a little on the steep side, but if they don’t offer these at your local supermarket, they might be worth the price.
Pure Wraps Coconut Wraps With Curry Flavor
Pure Wraps Coconut Wraps With Curry Flavor combine the texture and flexibility of coconut wraps with the savory flavor of curry to create a wrap that is grain-free but also useful for all of your savory creations. These wraps are gluten-free, paleo, and raw and are made with just three ingredients – coconut meat, curry powder, and Himalayan salt. You can store these in the fridge, Pure Wraps simply urges that you don’t freeze them. For $5 you can get one package of four wraps.
Food For Life Sprouted Corn Tortillas
Corn tortillas are a tried and true favorite in the gluten-free community, but if you’re looking for something a little bit healthier, check out Food For Life Sprouted Corn Tortillas Tortillas. These wraps are made with just four ingredients: organic sprouted corn, filtered water, sea salt, and lime. Reviewers are saying that these wraps are delicious, wonderfully healthy, and good for people who love corn but are looking to avoid the GMO variety. You can get a pack of 12 tortillas for $4.25.
One Organic Nori Wraps
While seaweed-based One Organic Nori Wraps are traditionally used for sushi, you can also use them for wraps! Made with just one ingredient, these wraps are packed with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and are a low-calorie food. Many reviewers have stuffed these with the typical sushi staples – sticky rice, cucumbers, carrots, soy sauce – while others have opted to make fusion meals like Nori soup or pizza. Which route you take is ultimately yours. You can get 50 sheets for about $11.
Wrawp Chia RawBerri Flat Bread Wraps
Wrawp Chia RawBerri Flat Bread Wraps are raw, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and have the texture of fruit leather. They can be enjoyed in wraps, sandwiches, or as a simple snack. Their mild fruity flavor comes from the mixture of banana, coconut, and strawberry and adds a unique touch to your meal. Wrawp even says they can be used like nori! The chia seeds are a nice touch and all of the flatbread is dehydrated, which keeps all of the vitamins and minerals where you want them – in the wrap. Each pack is a little over $9 and can make six servings.
Star Anise Foods Vietnamese Brown Rice Spring Roll Wrappers
Not all wraps are meant for making sandwiches with. Star Anise Foods Vietnamese Brown Rice Spring Roll Wrappers, for instance, allow you to enjoy snacks like spring rolls, without the gluten! These wraps are made with brown rice, cassava, water, organic green tea and salt and are 70 percent raw and fat-free. Reviewers are saying that these wraps are slightly thicker and sturdier than white rice wrappers, are healthy, are nice for people with multiple allergies, and are very economical. You can get a six packs (about 23 wraps per pack) for $27.
La Tortilla Factory Ivory Teff Wraps
Get some ancient grains in your diet with La Tortilla Factory Ivory Teff Wraps. These wraps are made primarily with water, tapioca flour, whole grain ivory teff flour, whole grain millet flour, and canola oil. Reviewers are saying that these wraps hold up (even when heated), have a nice, nutty flavor, are good for people with celiac disease, have a good texture, and can even be sliced and baked into chips. A couple of reviewers feel that the name of the product is a little misleading since there are other grains and flours besides ivory teff. If you’d still like to try these, you can get 10 packs (six wraps per pack) for about $60.
New Gem Foods Chipotle Mango Wraps
For a unique tasting wrap made with fruits and vegetables, check out New Gem Foods Chipotle Mango Wraps. These wraps are made with mango puree concentrate, powdered cellulose, sustainable and organic palm wax, soy protein isolate, non-GMO vegetable glycerin, chipotle pepper powder, fruit pectin, and filtered water. These wraps are non-GMO, low-sodium, low-carb, fat-free, and gluten-free. Reviewers are saying that these wraps are delicious (especially the subtle and fruity mango notes), are a wonderful low-carb option, are vibrant and visually pleasing, and while flavorful does not overpower the flavors of the filling. You can get a pack of six wraps for $8.
Nuco Gluten-Free Coconut Wraps
Nuco Gluten-Free Coconut Wraps are organic, raw, kosher, vegan, and paleo-friendly wraps. They are made with three ingredients: organic coconut meat, organic coconut water, and organic unrefined coconut oil. Reviewers are saying that these wraps have a wonderful texture, are not tough and chewy like some other paleo wraps, are fragrant but not overly coconutty in flavor, and are not too sticky. A few reviewers even said they were the best coconut wraps they have tried, although one or two commented that they would like them more if they were a bit bigger. You can get one pack of five wraps for $8.50.
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