Flaxseed Wraps | Vegan, Paleo, Keto

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The flax seed wraps recipe has been inspired by Flax Wraps from Dr. William Davis’s book The Wheat Belly.

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These flaxseed wraps are tender and soft from the flaxseeds, crunchy from the vegetables, and so easy to make. They are great as a savory breakfast, or just as a quick, portable lunch.

These flaxseed wraps will revolutionize your meal prep. That’s something I don’t say lightly. After making my first batch of these wraps a few years ago, I was hooked. I have used them to wrap up pretty much anything I could think of. Some of my favorite fillings to date are hummus with alfalfa sprouts, guacamole with tomatoes, marinated tempeh strips with cucumbers and bell peppers, black bean dip with spinach and cilantro, the list could go on and on . . .

I make a huge batch on the weekend and then eat them throughout the week. They last a long time, are very portable, and all the fillings make them burst with flavor.

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  1. Thank you for the video. I just tried this with half the ingredients as a trial, I brushed my non stick frying pan with some coconut oil . they kept being sticky to remove off the parchment , after cooking they came out ok, but it breaks when you try to wrap it. also next time I would cook the flaxseed in a non stick pot to avoid wasting flaxseed flour that stay stuck to stainless steel pot.

  2. I, also, found this recipe too rigid for my liking, so i tried one of the almond flour, baking powder and egg recipes and found it stretchy, chewy, but too soft and easy to tear… Since i wanted to double my recipe size i simply put the two recipes together and have been on a winning combo ever since!

  3. hi, it took a few times for me to get this right but it is awesome. i am super new to low/no carbs and i super miss just a basic wrap like this, so thanks. its fun to flavor the flax. you are right in the blog that it needs to be SUPER fine, the store bought meal doesn't cut it. thanks!

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