Two Ingredient Sweet Potato Tortillas


Two Ingredient Sweet Potato Tortillas

Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!

Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!

Okay, hold on, because I am just over-thrilled about these tortillas right now.

Sweet potato tortillas made with just two ingredients?

Count me in!

These easy to make paleo tortillas are healthy, delicious, and easy for anyone to make!

Plus, who doesn’t love getting a little flour on their hands once in awhile?…

Me!!

Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!

So, you can use a tortilla press for this recipe, but we love to do it by hand instead.

Rolling out dough by hand and shaping pretty tortillas is kinda therapeutic, trust me.

Every-time I roll out tortillas, it brings me back to when I was in Belize, where I spent the afternoons rolling out tortillas side-by-side with the neighbor family, who prepared meals for hungry kids every day after school.

Most of the time, it would be the children’s only meal in the day and it was such a joy to work side-by-side making tortillas for their happy little faces.

Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!
two ingredient tortillas!

My sister made this recipe for you guys today and we had a lot of fun making burritos afterwards! 🙂

I use Anthony’s Goods cassava flour for this recipe and recommend you use the same brand for the same results.

It has been reported that different brands can cause a variance in final results.

Well, you’re pretty much ready to go!

Once you get your dough together and roll it out, you’re on your way to flipping tortillas.

Then comes the fun part: planning out what you want to fill them with!

Today, I made dessert tortillas by spreading some almond butter on one of these tortillas, adding some apple slices, drizzling with molasses, and finishing off with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

It was delicious!

Also, had to sneak in a breakfast burrito in there for lunch. 🙂

Planning on tacos later…

Tacos anyone?

Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!
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Two Ingredient Sweet Potato Tortillas
Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!
Ingredients
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings
tortillas
Course Bread
Votes: 57
Rating: 3.63
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings
tortillas
Course Bread
Votes: 57
Rating: 3.63
You:
Rate this recipe!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Make mashed sweet potato (cut sweet potato into cubes, steam in a saucepan with 1" water until soft, then drain and use). Stir mashed sweet potato together with cassava flour in a bowl until smooth.
  2. Divide dough into 8 equal pieces, dust a clean surface with cassava flour, and press/roll out into 1/4" thick tortillas.
  3. Heat a skillet over medium heat, drizzle lightly with olive oil, and cook on each side until golden brown.
Nutrition Facts
Two Ingredient Sweet Potato Tortillas
Amount Per Serving
Calories 92 Calories from Fat 1
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.1g 0%
Saturated Fat 0.03g 0%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.02g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.02g
Sodium 96mg 4%
Potassium 269mg 8%
Total Carbohydrates 22g 7%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Sugars 3g
Protein 1g 2%
Vitamin A 168%
Vitamin C 11%
Calcium 2%
Iron 2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Two ingredient sweet potato paleo tortillas. An easy gluten free and paleo tortilla recipe. These tortillas are pliable, delicious, and easy to make!

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  1. 6
    Leila

    Hi! First of all, THANK YOU for your wonderful recipes.
    I am from France and I really really enjoy discovering and trying out your recipes ☺️ They are AMAZING!
    Second. Could I make these with a different type of flour? 😬 still gluten free!? Thanks a lot!!!

  2. 8
    Marci

    GREAT recipe! Used a white sweet potato and had to put in a little extra cassava to make it less sticky…but they grilled up beautifully for our salmon fajitas! Total win!! Thanks for sharing your God-given talents!

  3. 12
    Carol

    Can I use a different flour? I was food sensitivity tested recently and told not to use anything not on the test. I can use hazelnut or coconut flours. Would one of them work?

    • 14
      Rachel

      Hi Carol, I made tortillas with coconut flour and I added some almond and rice flour as well. So I will say yes you can-you will just need to experiment to find the perfect measurements. Using coconut flour is a little tricky because it really soaks up the liquid so you want to use less coconut flour. I recommend doing a little research into it so that you can enjoy your baked goods without any undesirable food sensitivity effects. 🙂 Happy baking! Thanks for sharing the recipe Kaylie!

  4. 17
    Suzanne

    These look amazing! I need to buy either a rolling pin or tortilla press I guess, because I’ve never seen anything this cool in the stores when we are looking for GF tortillas. Thanks.

  5. 21
    Stephanie

    These were amazing!!!! The texture was the closest to gluten tortillas that I’ve ever had, and the flavor was DELICIOUS! I flattened them by putting the ball of dough between wax paper and pressing down with the bottom of the frying pan. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  6. 23
    Jenny

    Hi, I’m very new to paleo, and here in Mexico it’s sometimes a bit tricky to find the ingredients. Could you tell me if there is an alternative flour I can use? As I don’t think I’ll be able to find the one mentioned in the recipe.
    Thank you for all these delicious recipes, I can’t wait to start making them😁

  7. 27
    Nelle

    Best tortillas of all time. I’ve made some batches regular sweet potatoes and some with white sweet potatoes. All delicious. I’ve also been short half a cup of cassava flour once and used bobs red mills paleo flour and that worked well! For the people asking about a subsitute, I’d give that a try. Thank you for this recipe (:

  8. 29
    Stuart

    I just made/ate theses with a ground beef taco recipe. Thinking that these we’re going to be like tortillas for tacos or enchiladas, or burritos, they were actually very close to sopes. Absolutely brilliant! Depending on the size and thickness, this recipe can also make pancakes, or Indian roti or chapati. It’s was super easy to make, which makes me happy!

    Your recipes are brilliant! I’ve made the cauliflower tortillas before and loved them!

    Thank you!

  9. 32
    Teresita

    Hiii!!! This recipe works with tapioca flour??? I Love sweet potato, and i would really want to make this recipe!!!
    Thanks for the recipe, i’m New in the paleo world!!
    Regards from Chile!!

  10. 34
    Lindsay

    This simply is NOT working. I have used the exact measurements of sweet potato and cassava flour and I am left with a crumbly dry mix which can not be made into a tortilla. It seems like it needs either shortening or liquid of some kind. I was really looking forward to serving it tonight.

  11. 37
    Sara Cook

    I made these tonight but used half coconut half arrowroot flour. I filled them with black beans and feta and topped them with pineapple peach salsa. Absolutely scrumptious!!

  12. 38
    Melissa Schmalbach

    I have now tried making these three times. Very frustrating to make. Doesn’t matter how much flour I add to them they are too sticky to roll out. I have tried many flours, casava, almond, coconut, wheat and a combo of all of them. I would love to know what I’m doing wrong! In the end they are delicious but not worth the aggravation.

  13. 47
    Becky

    The sticky problem is probably from the difference in the sweet potato, not necessarily the cassava. My potato was a bit dry and I added a small amount of water to get a soft dough. Those that are too sticky might begin with less potato and add a bit at a time to get consistency. I loved mine!

  14. 48
    Ashley

    Outstanding and super easy! I’m planning on putting cashew butter and a mixed berry purée then rolling hem up and eating for breakfast.

  15. 50
    Sigourney

    This aren’t tortillas, they’re chulas (when they have sweet potato or some sort of pumpkin) or filloas (when they are made with eggs). Please, use the words right if it isn’t your mother tongue.

  16. 51
    Kat

    I tried these tonight and they will probably become a staple. So easy and my 92yo mom (who is a very picky eater) went back for seconds. I can’t tell you what that means for me. Thank you!

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