Best Ever 5 Minute Cassava Flour Tortillas


Best Ever 5 Minute Cassava Flour Tortillas
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The easiest, most versatile, fool proof, and delicious paleo cassava flour tortillas! Mix up and cook in 5 minutes! Make them thick, thin, crisp, or soft! Gluten free and dang delicious!Β 

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You really can’t mess up theseΒ tortillas. If you happen to add too much flour to the tortillas or they seem a little dry, just add more water or coconut milk. If the batter is too wet for your liking, just add some more cassava flour too it. Wanting a thin tortilla? Roll out the dough with a rolling pin between two pieces of parchment paper and you will have beautiful thin tortillas that holds together GREAT! Also, if you want a thicker (almost pita, which I LOVE) keep the dough a bit thicker. Any way you make these you can’t go wrong! These tortillas are fool proof and so dang easy to make!

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cassava flour tortilla heaven

I have been making these tortillas all week (literally ALL WEEK)! You’ve probably seen my Insta stories cluttered with these cassava flour tortillas with a side or eggs, guac, or salsa. One of my favorite things about this recipe is the ability to store them in the fridge for multiple days!

I either make the batter and cook one or twoΒ when I’m ready to eat. Or I cook them all ahead of time and store them in an air tight container in the fridge. Either way is safe and super easy! To store the batter in the fridge- make the batter and cover with an air tight lid or plastic wrap. Dreams do come true.

Now you can have all your breakfast feast dreams without the hassle! And know that it’s going to be be good for you. One of the most asked questions I get what are my favorite easy breakfast ideas that can be made ahead of time. I know we’re all super busy in the mornings! Having a delicious tortilla that can be filled with eggs, avo, or made into a breakfast wrap is heaven!

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tortillas many ways!

I’m not kidding when I say that these tortillas are versatile. They can be made crispy with a little crunch when you bite into them- perfect for hardshell tacos. Or you can make them soft, which makes snacking and paleo wraps bomb! Um, also you can make them in between. πŸ˜‰ Whateva you want!

I wasn’t sure how these tortillas were going to turn out with just cassava flour. But turns out, they work perfectly! Like almost too good and easy. Never mind, that’s not a thing. Cassava flour is the perfect star for this recipe.

As I was making a double batch of these tortillas again today it took me back to my trip to Belize. Pounding out tortillas in a bright turquoise colored outdoor kitchen with the thick hot air, palms, and a beautiful souled Mama by my side in the kitchen. Happy days!

So homies. Go make tortillas. Make em good.

Warning: These may be addictive… I still have a bag of them in the fridge that I’ve been munching on and I just keep going back for more. πŸ™‚

The easiest, most versatile, fool proof, and delicious paleo cassava flour tortillas! Mix up and cook in 5 minutes! Make them thick, thin, crisp, or soft! Gluten free and dang delicious! Easy gluten free tortilla recipe. best gluten free tortilla recipe. Best paleo tortilla recipe. Easy paleo tortillas. Healthy tortillas. 5 minute cassava flour tortillas.
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Best Ever 5 Minute Cassava Flour Tortillas
The easiest, most versatile, fool proof, and delicious paleo cassava flour tortillas! Mix up and cook in 5 minutes! Make them thick, thin, crisp, or soft! Gluten free and dang delicious!
Ingredients
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Cook Time 1-4 minutes
Prep Time 4 minutes
Servings
tortillas
Course Side Dish
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Cook Time 1-4 minutes
Prep Time 4 minutes
Servings
tortillas
Course Side Dish
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Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine ingredients for the tortillas in a medium size bowl and mix together until well combined. The dough should stick together and be a smooth consistency.
  2. Divide the dough into 10 equal parts and shape into balls. On a piece of parchment paper roll and pat each section of dough into a thin tortilla. You can use your hands or a rolling pin for this. If the dough is sticking sprinkle lightly with cassava flour.
  3. Heat a fry pan on the stove over medium/low heat. Drizzle the pan lightly with olive oil for cooking.
  4. Cook the tortillas for about 1-3 minutes in each side until it reaches desired consistency. You can make them crisp or soft. It's up to your personal preference!
Nutrition Facts
Best Ever 5 Minute Cassava Flour Tortillas
Amount Per Serving
Calories 168 Calories from Fat 108
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 12g 18%
Saturated Fat 2g 10%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 8g
Sodium 388mg 16%
Potassium 127mg 4%
Total Carbohydrates 17g 6%
Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
Sugars 1g
Protein 1g 2%
Vitamin A 0.2%
Vitamin C 15%
Calcium 1%
Iron 1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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  1. 5
    Debbie

    Hi there, this is an awesome recipe. How long do you think the dough can stay in the fridge after you make it? I am kinda thinking like making fresh tortillas each day off the dough ball kinda plan. Thanks for your insight.

  2. 8
    kristen

    Do you freeze them uncooked? Just roll them and place in parchment paper and freeze them? Then thaw and cook when needed? Thanks! πŸ˜€

  3. 10
    Kristi

    These are so good! Thank you for this recipe. I think for the next batch I’m going to leave out the garlic and try sprinkling them with Cinnamon! xoxo

  4. 14
    Candace

    These sound amazing, but I’m allergic to coconut. Do you think almond milk would work? Maybe add some lard to make up for the lost fat content?

  5. 17
    Katie

    Please help. I think there is something wrong with the recipe because when I made it, I combined everything and it was the consistency of soup.

  6. 19
    Noelle

    I had the same issue with the dough being entirely too wet to shape into balls. Had to add at least another 1/4 cup of cassava flour. Also can’t for the life of me figure out how you transfer the tortilla from the parchment paper to the pan. Hoping I figure out a system after a few tries because they are delicious!

  7. 21
    Kathy Anderson

    OMGSH these are delicious!!! This is probably the 5th Tortilla recipe that I’ve tried and the only one that was edible!! AND they’re really amazing!!!

  8. 23
    Jennifer

    These look amazing, can not wait to try! Do you use canned coconut milk or a boxed/bottle one from the grocery store?

    Thank You for all of the yummy recipes!

  9. 27
    Elie

    I am new to this type of cooking but I have been looking for ages. I thought coconut milk only came in a can and I have never used cassava flour. Thank you so much. Can’t wait to try it. Elie

  10. 29
    Julie

    Odd. I waited to add the water because I noticed others ended up with dough that was too runny. Well, mine is already too runny to be dough, more like pancake batter, and I haven’t added the water, yet.
    2 cups of flour to 2 cups total liquid (1 c. milk, 1/2 each olive oil and water) is correct? Granted, I am using tapioca flour, not cassava flour, but I have been under the impression they are the same. I appreciate any thoughts or corrections to what I’m doing. Thanks!

    • 30
      Kaylie Johnson

      Julie, you cannot use cassava flour- it will not turn out. Cassava flour is VERY different from tapioca! Thanks for sharing, I will make a note in the recipe, so that others do not try using tapioca either. πŸ™‚ Hope that helps!

      • 31
        Julie

        Thank you so much for clarifying! I will say, though, I went ahead and made them and they were delicious! More like crepes, or something to make a psuedo-eggroll wrapper, depending on how much liquid I ended up using. It’s a win-win. I ended up with 3 recipes instead of 1! πŸ™‚

  11. 34
    Eloyse

    Hi Kaylie
    all your recipes sounds all so good but in a lot of them there is cassava flour… here in italy cannot be found! Please, suggest us something also without that! Thanks

    • 35
      Kaylie Johnson

      Hi Eloyse, you could try a mix of almond and arrowroot flour… not sure how well it will work, because it’s not the same as cassava. You could also try subbing with a gluten free flour blend.

  12. 36
    Jesseca Brummett

    Man oh man are these good!! I’ve made them twice now. First time i ate them with tacos and second time with honey and cinnamon!! Yum! I didn’t have olive oil and used coconut oil, still came out great. Btw i made these for my food allergy son but ended up eating the majority of them myself πŸ˜‚

  13. 37
    Lindsey

    Hi! I (like Katie) got a runny soup-like consistency. I’m 100% sure I have cassava flour here, and I followed each step! 2 cups cassava flour, 1 cup coconut milk… 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup water… then added the salt and garlic powder. I can’t even roll it into balls. Help! ☹️

  14. 40
    Lindsey

    Yes, here is what I have
    https://www.amazon.com/JEB-FOODS-Sun-Dried-Cassava-flour/dp/B072QXZXJ3

    I will add that even though the dough had the consistency of pancake batter, I poured them into the pan like I was making pancakes, and still even though they were impossible to flip without breaking apart, they came out like a denser version of naan with lots of the olive oil and garlic taste, and it still was edible and very good. I just tore it apart and ate it and it was like eating the bread with oil at a restaurant. Yum! I’d just love to figure out how to make them actual tortillas.

    • 41
      Kaylie Johnson

      Hi Lindsey, I used a different flour brand for this recipe (Anthony’s Goods) so that is probably why the consistency varied… I have noticed that Jeb’s flour is a bit more smooth and “liquidy”, Anthony’s tends to be more dry and coarse.

  15. 42
    Joanna

    Would a tortilla press work with this dough? I’ve learned that tortilla presses are better for corn tortillas but not so much for flour because of gluten. Since these are gluten free, would a press be effective and/or quicker than rolling? Can’t wait to try these…

  16. 45
    Ruth Solorzano

    I did not see the “do not use tapioca flour” instruction and I made it with part tapioca flour. It rendered a batter similar to pancake batter that could nit be rolled up. I still cooked it like cooking pancakes and it work perfectly. The batter was very versatile. Loved it.

  17. 47
    Camila Jarrin

    Hello! I have an intolerance to coconut, so I can not use that milk. I want to try it with almond milk but I am not sure which one to buy because the normal one has too much sugar and the one that says “no sugar” has a very strong taste. What do you recommend doing? Have you ever tried this recipe with almond milk?

  18. 49
    Christine Cann

    Oh my goodness. These are incredible. Thank you for this recipe. My first ever tortillas that work. I used just the solid part of the canned coconut milk. I wonder how they would turn out using hemp milk or coconut milk in a carton that gets refrigerated. Would they be as amazing?

  19. 52
    Vee

    Hi, thank for this recipe and amazing website. Just wanted to know why was my dough a bit on the wet/sticky side. And when I rolled it out and tried to pick it up, it was broke? Then I used parchment paper on the bottom and it helped a bit. Frying was ok but they have come out very dry and hard – not too much. Hard as in, I cannot roll them into a tortilla … I have followed your recipe to the T! I am not a baker or a cooker so I need recipes. What am I doing wrong ? Will keep trying till I perfect though … thanks

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