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10 Gluten Free Flatbread Recipes

10 Gluten Free Flatbread Recipes

Ten perfect recipes for gluten free flatbread and wraps. They’re flat, sure, but not at all uninteresting. Perfect for pizza, burritos, and lunch wraps!

Ten perfect recipes for gluten free flatbread and wraps. They're flat, sure, but not at all uninteresting. Perfect for pizza, burritos, and lunch wraps!

When I have any sort of gluten free flatbread ready-to-go in my kitchen, whether they’re in the refrigerator, freezer or sitting waiting for me on the kitchen counter, I feel like dinner is, like, done. Since 80% of these recipes are made on the stovetop alone, that means that you can make these gluten free flatbread recipes without heating up your kitchen. That makes them perfect for the summer months, and perfect for your busy bee lifestyle.

Only the pizza recipes must be made in the oven, and to say they’re worth the few minutes of trouble is a dramatic understatement. There are plenty of recipes for gluten free pizza on the blog (18 in total, to be exact), but I selected just two for this roundup: yeast free gluten free pizza, which can be made at the last minute, with or without my gluten free bread flour blend, and grain free zucchini pizza.

There are classic gluten free flour and naturally gluten free corn tortillas, grain free options, and even a Paleo option. Even one made almost exclusively from riced cauliflower. And they all bend and roll. The only question is—which will you make first?

Low Carb Grain Free Cauliflower Tortillas

Soft, flexible gluten free tortillas made with just 3 main ingredients (plus salt and pepper)—and the biggest one is cauliflower. These low carb, cauliflower tortillas a carb-loving waist-watcher’s dream!

For the perfect soft, flexible gluten free flour tortillas, you need the right ingredients and the right recipe. Now, finally, you have that—and a complete how-to video that shows you exactly how it's done.

For the perfect soft, flexible classic gluten free flour tortillas, you need the right ingredients and the right recipe. Now, finally, you have that—and a complete how-to video that shows you exactly how it’s done.

These easy, cheesy grain free gluten free wraps are made with simple gluten free pantry ingredients—plus they stay flexible even when they’re cold and freeze beautifully. Gluten free wrap nirvana!

These easy, cheesy grain free gluten free wraps are made with simple gluten free pantry ingredients—plus they stay flexible even when they’re cold and freeze beautifully. Gluten free wrap nirvana!

 Made with pureed fresh zucchini in place of water, these soft, flexible gluten free zucchini tortillas are the perfect way to eat your greens.

Made with pureed fresh zucchini in place of water, these soft, flexible gluten free zucchini tortillas are the perfect way to eat your greens. Especially when vegetables are not your favorite, since you can’t even taste the zucchini. 

Just because you’re Paleo doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a soft tortilla, does it? Remarkably grain-free, these soft Paleo flour tortillas are made with a simple combination of blanched almond flour and tapioca starch.

Just because you’re Paleo doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a soft tortilla, does it? Remarkably grain-free, these soft Paleo flour tortillas are made with a simple combination of blanched almond flour and tapioca starch.

If you’re looking for a way to get dinner on the table FAST, this gluten free pizza dough recipe without yeast is exactly what you need! It’s the only gluten free pizza base that is ready at the last minute, guaranteed.

If you’re looking for a way to get dinner on the table FAST, this gluten free pizza dough recipe without yeast is exactly what you need! It’s the only gluten free pizza base that is ready at the last minute, guaranteed.

Fresh homemade naturally gluten free corn tortillas made with masa harina corn flour, salt and warm water. Authentic taste and texture in minutes!

Fresh homemade naturally gluten free corn tortillas made with masa harina corn flour, salt and warm water. Authentic taste and texture in minutes! The minute you open that bag of masa, you’ll know by the smell that this is going to be good.

Gluten free crêpes are so, so easy to make (make the batter ahead of time, you’ll get best results). They take only a few pantry ingredients. They’re even easier to make than gluten free flour tortillas, plus they kick up an ordinary meal right to extraordinary.

Gluten free crêpes are so, so easy to make (make the batter ahead of time, you’ll get best results). They take only a few pantry ingredients. They’re even easier to make than gluten free flour tortillas, plus they kick up an ordinary meal right to extraordinary.

This soft and tender gluten free pita bread is also yeast free, so there’s no rising time. Store-bought gluten free flatbreads simply can’t compare!

This soft and tender gluten free pita bread is also yeast free, so there’s no rising time. Store-bought gluten free flatbread simply can’t compare! 

This easy recipe for zucchini pizza is made with just 5 ingredients (grated zucchini, 2 cheeses, tapioca starch and an egg), and has the authentic chew that you want in a proper pizza. Tasting is believing!

This easy recipe for zucchini pizza is made with just 5 ingredients (grated zucchini, 2 cheeses, tapioca starch and an egg), and has the authentic chew that you want in a proper pizza. The edges are crispy, and you really can fold it like “regular” pizza. Tasting is believing! So is reading the comments on that post from readers who have made the recipe and can attest to its many charms.

This post was originally published on the blog in 2013. Some of the featured recipes have been changed, and the photos updated.

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  • Bobbie Jo Murphy

    ty Nicole, without you gf would seem too impossible. :)

  • Donia Robinson

    I could tell there was something different about you. The kid thing explains it. We all get a little delirious (just delirious and deliriously happy) with our kids away!

  • Katie

    Just pre-ordered it! SO excited!

  • Erin

    Your deep dish pizza recipe saved me from a deep pit of despair. I’ve always wondered about grilling it, but have never tried it. I found another recipe for a thin crust GF pizza that is great on the grill, so I use that when I want grilled pizza, but my FAVORITE is your deep dish version. I had made so many gross GF pizzas and has just about given up when I decided to try that recipe and it was such a happy surprise!! Now we eat it in front of a movie about twice a month during our family nights. Thank you!

  • Roberta

    The pictures look beautiful and make my mouth water.
    Unfortunately, I have to be grain free. Can I convert any of these recipes?
    Thanks.

    • Donia Robinson

      Hi Roberta, I’m grain free as well (but the rest of my family is just gluten free, so I make grain containing recipes for them). I don’t think Nicole’s recipes can be converted. I have found multiple recipes for grain-free flatbreads online, but they are all quite different in make-up. Most contain coconut flour, which behaves very, very different from any other grains. They also tend to contain a lot of eggs or egg whites. I would encourage you to look to other web sites for those, but stick around here because she does post a fair number of grain free recipes! Just not flatbreads. ;)

      • Roberta

        Thanks.

  • rnorth

    is there any way to make Naan bread dairy free ??

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  • Stephanie Walp

    I just want to thank you so much for your recipes. Although many in my opinion are not cheap to make since GF flours are so expensive it has given me power back in the kitchen. I love that I know exactly what is in my celiac teenagers food. I have greatly missed baking for my family and you have helped bring back that joy

  • Carmella Mensel

    I made the Zucchini pizza, and could not believe how delicious it tasted. What a great substitute for regular pizza.
    Thank you so much Nicole, for all the time and effort in perfecting the recipes.
    It is really appreciated.
    Carmella

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