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Gluten Free Wrap

Gluten-free wraps are a versatile and convenient alternative to traditional wheat-based wraps for individuals who have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Made with ingredients such as rice, corn, or tapioca flour, these wraps cater to those with dietary restrictions while still providing a delicious and pliable base for various fillings. Popular in both home cooking and in packaged retail products, gluten-free wraps are perfect for creating tasty sandwiches, burritos, and quesadillas without the worry of gluten exposure. They are readily available in most grocery stores and can be easily made at home with a simple recipe and a few gluten-free ingredients.
#8
IN TORTILLAS & WRAPS
250
CAL / 100G
$0.49
AVG / OZ
gluten free wrap
73%
CARBS
15%
FAT
12%
PROTEIN
Gluten Free Wrap FAQ
Gluten-free wraps are a great culinary option for individuals who must maintain a gluten-free diet due to celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. The main error people make when cooking with these is treating them exactly like wheat-based wraps. This means they may bake or grill them for too long, causing them to break or become hard. To get the most out of gluten-free wraps, heat them gently and briefly in a dry skillet or microwave just until warm. They are easier to fold and less likely to break when warm. Also, avoid overstuffing as gluten-free wraps can be less sturdy than their wheat counterparts. A little-known tip is that gluten-free wraps also make great thin pizza bases when toasted first. Lastly, even if you don't have dietary restrictions, consider trying gluten-free wraps for their unique flavors. They often offer different tastes and textures compared to traditional wheat wraps, such as those made from corn or rice flour.
Why do my gluten-free wraps break when I fold them?
Why does my gluten-free wrap turn hard when I cook it?
Can I use gluten-free wraps for other dishes besides wraps or sandwiches?
Do gluten-free wraps taste different than normal wraps?
Why does my gluten-free wrap crumble easily?
Can I use gluten-free wraps in any recipe calling for normal wheat wraps?
How can I make homemade gluten-free wraps softer?
Can I freeze gluten-free wraps?
Are gluten-free wraps healthier than normal wraps?
What is the best way to heat a gluten-free wrap?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does gluten free wrap expire?
Unopened gluten-free wraps generally last for about 1-2 weeks beyond the sell-by date if kept at room temperature. If you refrigerate them, they can last 3-4 weeks. Once opened, gluten-free wraps should be consumed within a week when stored in the fridge, and within 2 weeks if frozen. Home-made gluten-free wraps generally last for 4-5 days in the fridge.
How do you tell if gluten free wrap is bad?
Signs that your gluten-free wrap has gone bad include a stale taste or a hardened texture. Don't consume if you see mold or if there's a foul or off smell. Gluten-free products tend to dry out quickly, so if the wrap is excessively crumbly, it might be past its best.
Tips for storing gluten free wrap to extend shelf life
• Store unopened package in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. • After opening, store leftovers in the fridge inside a resealable plastic bag or airtight container to maintain freshness. • You can freeze gluten-free wraps by placing wax or parchment paper between each wrap and storing them in a freezer bag. This makes it easy to grab a single wrap without unthawing the entire package. • If freezing, remember to defrost by leaving them in the refrigerator or at room temperature. Avoid microwaving them straight from the freezer as this can make them hard and brittle.
EXPIRES WITHIN
4 - 14
WEEKS
Health Info
Macros
29g
CARBS
6g
FAT
4g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
KETO
PALEO
MEDITERRANEAN
LOW CARB
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
GLUTEN
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