Thin soft shell paleo tortillas made in five minutes! No rolling out required. Make these soft gluten free tortillas by blending almond flour, tapioca flour, avocado oil, and coconut milk. Pour batter onto a skillet and out comes the most beautiful and tasty grain free tortillas, perfect for taco night or a breakfast burrito! Easy, versatile, fool proof, and delicious paleo flour tortillas!
So, just so you know, this is one of those top secret, I made it when I was fifteen, too-special-to-share-recipe-secrets, that I’ve had stashed away for years (I have a whole book of those kinda recipes kept safe under my bed).
I made these tortillas for the first time during my first year of paleo; my sister and I were shocked at how tasty and easy it was to come up with a delicious grain free tortilla…
We like them even better than regular ones!
Last night I served these soft gluten free tortillas with taco fixings for the whole family, and even the wheat eaters loved them and said they couldn’t tell a difference!
I’m guessing that’s a good sign.
And you probably want the recipe, right?
blender soft shell tortillas
If there’s a hack for making cooking easier, I’ve probably tried it.
My food processor never leaves arms length when I’m cooking, parchment paper is my best friend, and convection toaster ovens whip out the best crispy sweet potato fries in just minutes, so I’m a fan.
Basically, don’t be surprised in this recipe when I tell you to whip out the food processor or blender for these tortillas!
Because, who wants tortillas in thirty minutes, when you can have them in five?
This is the part where you really have to tune in, okay?
*You can prepare this tortillas batter by adding everything into a mason jar, cover it with a lid, and store in the fridge for up to one week.
Then when it’s taco time, pull out the jar, give it a shake or two, and pour onto the skillet.
Absolute cooking bliss right there.
Meal prep, DONE.
Also, these tortillas are freezer friendly.
If you cook them ahead of time, you can store in the fridge, freezer, or on the counter top in an airtight container.