Wednesday, February 26, 2014

easy wraps, erin-style

to keep my kids from getting bored with their limited lunch options, i decided to try a couple paleo wrap recipes. after a little trial and error, a few alterations, and dozens of wraps later, i landed on this recipe as my new go-to.

easy paleo crepes/wraps

1 C blanched almond flour (i buy anthony's almonds brand almond flour from amazon because it is the most cost effective one i have found)
1 C tapioca flour
1/4 C coconut flour
1 can coconut milk (trader joe's is inexpensive and does not have any preservatives)
2 eggs

place all ingredients in a blender and mix well. heat an 8"-9" pan over medium heat. spray, butter, or oil your pan and pour in 1/4 C of the batter, swirling as you pour to spread the batter into an even circle. let cook until the top looks glossy and the sides begin to color, 2-3 minutes. flip and cook the other side, 1-2 minutes. cool on a rack and repeat with the rest of the batter. 

i think this recipe makes around 24 wraps, but i can't remember. i store them in a 9" round glass dish with a lid, on the counter if they will be consumed quickly or in the fridge if we will take our time. ;) they are WONDERFUL sprinkled with cheese and used to make a quesadilla-like grilled sandwich or for an egg burrito.

i usually double this recipe and it fits in my kitchenaid blender. if i want to only make 1 1/2 times the recipe, i opt to use half a can of water instead of having half a can of coconut milk left over.

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