Best Gluten Free Wraps

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BFree gluten free Wrap

Here are the best-tasting gluten-free wraps on the market. We sampled lots of brands so you don’t have to.

We tested and tasted over 20 wraps and tortillas and found our favorites. Tortillas are traditionally used to make Mexican classics like quesadillas, fajitas and burritos. Modern-day versions are big and strong enough to hold a filling and pliable enough to roll and fold without breaking. Like conventional flour-based tortillas, these gluten-free wraps are easy to bite into and fun to eat. You don’t have to struggle to tear off a bite.

Best Overall Gluten Free Wraps

Gluten-free wraps generally have a mild taste designed to let your fillings shine. These five brands, all certified gluten-free, won us over. Listed alphabetically.

BFree

Available in a variety of flavors. We love the sweet potato! Pliable without heating. Certified gluten-free.

Main flours used: sorghum, rice, corn, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, potatomission gluten free tortillas

$6.79 for a (8.89-ounce) package

Mission

Nice flavor that works for quesadillas. Contains pea protein. Certified gluten-free.

Main flours used: rice flour, tapioca starch

$5.49 for a (10.5-ounce) package

Contains soy.rudi's gluten free wraps

Rudi’s

Great flavor, especially when gently warmed or toasted. Certified gluten-free.

Main flours used: sorghum, brown rice, corn, amaranth, quinoa, millet, teff, cornstarch, tapioca, rice

$6.79 for a (9-ounce) packageToufayan GF Wraps

Toufayan

Available in a variety of yummy flavors. So good! Certified gluten-free.

Main flours used: cornstarch, tapioca starch, rice flour, soy flour

$4.49 for a (11-ounce) package

Contains soy.

Udi’sUdis tortillas

Great flavor, especially when warmed or lightly toasted. Contains pea protein and gums, among other ingredients. Certified gluten-free.

Main flours used: tapioca starch, potato starch, sweet rice flour

$6.88 for a (15.2-ounce) package

Contains egg.

Best Grain-Free Wraps

Mikeys paleo tortillaThese paleo tortillas topped our list for grain-free wraps. We were pleasantly surprised by their appealing taste and texture. Made primarily with cassava and coconut, these wraps are pliable and easy to use straight from the package. We enjoyed them most gently warmed in the oven or lightly seared on the stove. If you’re avoiding grains, these wraps are for you.

TIP: When it comes to wraps, heat is often your friend. Warm tortillas gently in the microwave or toaster oven to make them more pliable.

Mikey’s

These tasty paleo wraps are made by one of our favorite grain-free companies. Certified gluten-free.

Main ingredients: cassava flour, coconut flourthe Real Coconut Coconut Flour Tortillas

$6.99 for a (7-ounce) package

The Real Coconut Tortillas

These wraps have a hint of coconut flavor. Cassava flour gives them a nice texture. Smaller in size, they can fit in one hand when rolled around a filling for easier eating.

Main ingredients: coconut flour, cassava flour

$4.49 for a (7.6-ounce) package

Siete Foodssiete tortilla

We loved these grain-free tortillas, now available in new flavors like Chickpea. While expensive, these high-quality wraps are worth it. They’re tasty and pliable. Available in Almond Flour, Cassava & Coconut, Chickpea, Cashew and Cassava & Chia varieties. Certified gluten-free.

Main ingredients: cassava flour, coconut flour

$7.99 for a (7-ounce) package

Some varieties contain tree nuts.

Alternative-Ingredient Gluten Free Wraps

Cauliflower tortillasThese innovative wraps are made primarily with vegetables or other surprising ingredients (like cheese). Some have a less-than-tender texture, similar to fruit leather, which means they’re sturdy enough to hold a lot of filling but harder to bite through. These tasty new products are worth noting.

Caulipower

Caulipower’s new frozen tortillas are made with cauliflower and corn. (The company’s grain-free tortillas are made with cauliflower, chickpea flour and cassava flour.) Certified gluten-free.

Main ingredients: cauliflower, corn masa

$6.99 for a (7-ounce) packageFolio Cheddar wraps

Folios

These wraps are made with lightly baked rBst-free cheese. Available in Cheddar, Jarlsberg and Parmesan, they’re tasty, protein-packed (thanks to the dairy) and pliable enough to shape into taco shells or bowls.

Main ingredients: milk and/or cheese

$5.99 for a (6-ounce) package

Contains dairy.

NuCo

nuco organic coconut wrapsMade with coconut meat, coconut oil and coconut water, these wraps have a slightly sweet coconut taste and pleasant texture. Best with fillings that compliment the coconut flavor. Made in a gluten-free facility.

Ingredients: coconut meat, coconut oil, coconut water

$7.99 for a (2.47-ounce) package

Potapas

These smaller tortillas have nice potato flavor notes.They’re free from corn, which is rare for traditional tortillas. Made in a dedicated gluten-free facility.Potapas Sweet Potato wrap

Main ingredients: potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava flour, bean flours

$4.99 for a (8-ounce) package

DIY Wraps

For easy homemade wraps, don’t miss this delicious recipe from this issue of the magazine.

Always read labels carefully. Manufacturers can change ingredients without warning. Not every product sold by every company listed is gluten-free or allergy-friendly. When in doubt, confirm ingredients directly with the manufacturer.