At the start of the year I ran a competition for my Blog Birthday Giveaway, and the first prize was a recipe developed for the winner. The winner was Melissa Furmedge, and we interviewed her here on “A Quirky Journey” podcast to hear her story, and to work out what kinds of foods her family needed to eat. It was a fascinating interview, and we learnt Melissa needs to cook gluten, dairy, corn and soy free for her family, and is also working to transition to a lower carb, gut healing diet to help her kids’ health improve. They love Mexican food, and miss having tortillas, and they needed some lunchbox options as well as fun family food for home. So here’s the three recipes they requested:
It’s taken me a while to get the recipes together as I’ve been so busy, (sorry Melissa!), but here’s the first one: “GAPS Wraps” – or in other words, grain free, dairy free, starch free wraps or tortillas. (These are suitable for the GAPS diet (on Full GAPS), which is why I called them GAPS Wraps – and besides, it rhymes! ha ha) Very simple ingredients, low carb, and they taste delicious with all sorts of fillings! My kids enjoyed salsa, lentils and chicken with salad in theirs; and they also loved them just with some honey. Yum!
Double the recipe if needed – they will last a couple of days in the fridge.
And stay tuned for the next recipe – Buffalo Wings – on the blog soon!
Wait until the batter has ‘dried out’ on top before turning over.
And use a well-seasoned pan so it doesn’t stick!
See this video for some tips for keeping your pan seasoned.