Paleo Tortillas

Sandwiches, wraps, and tacos are such  easy and fast meals!  Simple dinners are a must, especially during the school week.  Since trying to eliminate grain flour, my solution to has been to just throw the fillers on a bed of lettuce, or wrap it up in lettuce.  Delicious! But, I’m not gonna lie to you guys, I’m missing the bread!  Variety is key and I needed something other than lettuce all the time!  Boredom is the worst sabotage.   When I get off track, I tend to veer off the track, jump a few fences and then jump into the river. So it’s important that I keep things interesting and fresh when it comes to meals.  When I came across this Paleo Tortilla recipe (original recipe from Paleo Newbie found here), I was excited to try it.  Only has a few ingredients and you just make it like a pancake?!  Done and done!  The only thing I changed was that I used Cashew milk instead of Coconut milk, because that is just what I had on hand, and I added a little extra salt.  I also doubled the recipe on here, because I make a huge batch so I can put the extras in an airtight container in the fridge.  When I get ready to use the leftovers, I throw them on a cookie sheet and turn the oven to about 250 to heat them up and make them flexible again.  They turned out great, the kids enjoyed helping me make them, and I get requests for a batch of these once a week from my husband.

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Paleo Tortillas

(makes 12 tortillas)


4 eggs

2 cups  cashew milk unsweetened

6 tbs coconut flour

1 1/2 cups tapioca flour

1 tsp sea salt

2 tbs olive oil

Good Music


Heat the griddle to 400 Degrees (or non-stick pan on medium heat).

Mix wet ingredients in one mixing bowl and the dry ingredients in another.

Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and whisk until combined.  Mine was pretty smooth but still had a few lumps.

Lightly spray griddle with olive oil.

Pour 1/3 cup of batter per tortilla.  I made two at a time plus a little baby tortilla for the kids while they were helping.

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Cook the first side for about 2 minutes and then flip for another 1 min or until both sides are slightly browned.

Dance Party!  This is where the good music comes in handy, whether you are by yourself, or you have little helpers waiting to flip the tortillas.

Transfer tortillas to a paper towel lined plate to cool.

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Enjoy with your yummy fillers!!



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