• Tortillas {using coconut flour}

    Fish tacos with tortillas - Comfy Belly

    Fish tacos with tortillas – Comfy Belly

    What has gluten-free, grain-free, sugar-free, lactose-free and dairy-free recipes, a lay-flat binding, glossy pages and nurturing tips?

    Here’s the recipe for soft tacos or tortillas, using just coconut flour. It’s also in my book, Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Enjoy!

    Thanks for all the great torilla topping suggestions!!

    It’s my new book! I’m giving away one copy two copies this week. AND I’m going to sign them. The contest starts now and ends next Saturday, April 20th.

    To enter:

    •  Leave a comment on this post. I’d also love to read about your favorite tortilla fillings.
    • Enter your name in the giveaway.

    To increase your chances of winning, “Like” the Comfy Belly facebook page and pin the fish tacos on Pinterest.

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    Comfy Belly: Fish tacos

    I’m also sharing my tortilla recipe from the book, which can be used in so many ways (more ideas to come). You’ll find the complete fish taco recipe in the book, which includes the marinated fish, avocado crema, pico de gallo, creamy coleslaw (not shown), and of course the tortillas.

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Paleo, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  223 Comments

    223 Responses to Tortillas {using coconut flour}

    1. Bobbi Gallegos says:

      Sounds quite delish… always interested to find new recipes

      • Angie Estrada says:

        I can’t beleive you made tortillas. No more just eating meat, chz and veggies with my family on taco night. I can’t wait to try them. Long time fan. Thank you for posting all of your awesome alternatives for people on SCD. PS. I will fill mine with refried black beans, chz, lettuce, tomato and avocado.

    2. Jamee Sicat says:

      I love tortillas! Can’t wait to try this recipe. I love filling with tilapia, a slice of avocado, lettuce, some queso fresco and a bit of salsa. Yum!

    3. Cary says:

      These look delicious! I can’t wait for the book!

    4. Melissa Simon says:

      These sound wonderful!

    5. Melanie Tringali says:

      Yummy, we love tortillas, and hard to find gluten free ones! Love your web site, and what a treat the book would make on my wedding anniversary!

    6. Cat says:

      I just wanted to give a shout out about this new cookbook. I preordered it, so it came in the mail a couple of weeks ago. It’s wonderful. Full color pictures, manageable recipes, and the book lies flat while you are making the recipe. Everything I love about comfybelly and more, in a book. : ) No need to put my name in the contest, since I already have a copy. Just wanted to sing the praises of the new tome.

    7. Can’t wait to get this cookbook! I’ve been following your blog for a few years. I tend to feel my best when I eat in alignment with Paleo and SCD.

    8. Kathy says:

      Looks yummy!

    9. Hänni says:

      Long-time reader. Would love to win your book!

    10. I’d love this recipe book to use with my son who is on this special diet for his health and who is doing well on it (we still have a ways to go b/c there are still some foods that are allowed on it that he can’t do well with but we’ve made soooo much progress!)

    11. caitlin says:

      congrats on the book. are these fish tacos pictured? I recently discovered tilefish and I think they would make great tacos (although I usually out eggs in my tacos)

    12. Leah B says:

      These look delicious!!! Will definately be on this weeks menu 🙂

    13. Pam says:

      This sounds like a great book!

    14. Holly says:

      These look great! And congrats on the book!

    15. KimH says:

      That sounds amazing… I grew up where eating tortillas were an every day part of life.. one of my most favorite things in the world but am highly gluten sensitive.. sure stinks..

      My favorite taco filling is anything & everything. Right now, smoked pork butt comes to mind since my son in law just smoked 2 giant pork butts.. fall apart delicious!! Throw on a little cilantro or pico de gallo & you’ve got yourself a tasty meal.

    16. Amy says:

      Love your new cookbook and love this recipe! We are making your blueberry coffee cake for the second time this week! It’s so easy and so tasty!! Especially love that so many of the recipes have the coconut, almond flour combo. Would love to share this cookbook with a friend 🙂

    17. Nicole says:

      Yum! Thanks for sharing!

    18. Melinda says:

      Carnitas or barbacoa beef a la Chipotle. Yum!

    19. Gina Powell says:

      Love all of your recipes. The soft tacos look easy and delicious .

    20. Alana says:

      This would be the perfect gift for my sister!

    21. Colin says:

      Tortillas =tacos one of my favourites.
      Great recipe.
      Favourite filling is marinated chicken

    22. Heidi says:

      I love that I found your Blog!! Good stuff 🙂 looking forward to checking out your book, too!

    23. Kristi says:

      What a great looking recipe! Thank you! Your book sounds amazing & right in line with my eating requirements 😉 I think I’ll make those tortillas & fill em with Mexican style black beans, daiya jalepano garlic havarti style “cheese”, avocado & shredded lettuce… My fav. Thanks!

    24. Laura says:

      Always liked your column and I love your new cookbook. Everything so clean and simple. I am going to have my 23 year old daughter try some recipes as she has some food allergies and eczema and I believe it would help her as she is trying to go gluten free and cut certain carb and she can make this wihtout alot of fuss. Thanks for all your hard work and sharing that with us!

    25. Nicole says:

      I am so excited about your new book! I have used your recipes for a very long time and the results are always stellar.

    26. Cindy W says:

      Making these today!

    27. Rebekah Montague says:

      Looks yummy! Low carbs without soy are hard to find!

    28. Pam says:

      Love, love, love tortillas … and miss them so much. Thanx for the opportunity to win your new book. A big fan….:*

    29. Jessica says:

      I like to put chicken or turkey with dried cranberries!

      Would love to get your book!

    30. ann says:

      Those look great! Congrats on your book too.

    31. Amanda Peterson says:

      These look phenomenal! I just bought some coconut flour and am excited to try them. My family loves pork tacos with shredded cabbage, salsa and guacamole.

    32. San says:

      Soft Tacos! Just learning about a “vehicle” to create a “taco” that I can enjoy is super! or even any kind of sandwich… I’m a no sugar, no flour, no starchy carbs eater…. type 2, super sugar sensitive. I have really enjoyed your recipes and also experimenting with them. Thank your for providing this website. Looking forward to checking out your cookbook.

    33. Debra says:

      Looks awesome! We are having fish tacos tonight. Maybe I’ll try the tortillas 🙂 thanks for the opportunity to win and for all the great recipes.

    34. Kelly says:

      My mom used to make scrambled eggs with cheese inside a flour tortillas when I was younger. Of course now I am gluten free!

    35. Debbie says:

      These tortillas look fabulous! I do believe that fish tacos are my favorite although I do love a tortilla filled with yummy breakfast options like scrambled eggs and fresh salsa.

    36. BareFootMama says:

      I have been searching for a solution to tortillas that doesn’t require “illegal” ingredients forEVER (4 years actually)! I live in a border town and am married into a hispanic family and this has been the HARDEST thing to remove from our diet. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. THANK YOU, for ALL your guidance and sharing. This is a crazy journey we are on and I appreciate you being a page in my atlas!

    37. Becca says:

      Wow, this looks delicious! I would love to make this for tacos!

    38. Karen says:

      A new SCD book!!!!!!!!!!!! Yea!

      I need an infusion of new ideas.

    39. Debbie says:

      I’m a long time fan. You have great recipes. Id love to win your book.

    40. Philana G. says:

      One aspect of my grain free lifestyle is missing tortillas! I simply can’t wait to try this recipe. Thank you for sharing! Looks great! Great photography, too!

    41. Jannel James says:

      My daughter has always wanted to find a recipe for tortillas she can eat. Thank you. Looking forward to making them. We love your recipes.

    42. Can’t wait to try these!

    43. Lynn says:

      Oh the meals I can make with these!!! :))) creatively thinking now!

    44. Thom B says:

      Looks amazing, would like to try with pulled pork!

    45. Lily S. says:

      These look great! I have to have cilantro and hot sauce for fillings. Essentials.

    46. Susan W. says:

      These tortilla’s look so quick and good! I love putting shredded chicked, avocado, and cheese in mine. I bet they would work great for enchilada casserole.

    47. Ellen Lief says:

      Yum! I’m making this today. Thanks for the recipe!

    48. Amanda says:

      Love your blog and recipes! I can’t wait to get your book!!

    49. Adrienne says:

      I miss eating tortillas~ I love quesadillas with well sauteed (cooked through) onions! And plenty of salsa on the side! =)

    50. Tonnie Rogers says:

      I’ve been looking for this type of book…grain free, sugar free. Happy to hear about it!

    51. DebbieM says:

      We love tortillas and have tried so many recipes through the years…nothing ever turns out quite right and now we are cutting out wheat from our diet! I am excited to have this recipe to try! And would love to win your book! =)

    52. Anna says:

      great recipe! I love adding jalapenos to tortillas – to add a little kick!!

    53. Anna says:

      Sounds and looks delicious! Can coconut flour be substituted with almond flour? If yes, what would be the exchange amount?

    54. Susannah says:

      Going to try this right away for lunch! Love to have a copy of your book.

    55. Jerrit says:

      I’m going to try this recipe today. Looks yummy!

    56. Haley S says:

      These tortillas look so easy and delish!! Mmmm! (:

    57. Janet says:

      My favorite tortilla filling is bar-b-que chicken with cheese. YUM! Thanks for the giveaway!

    58. Kathy says:

      Making these right now! I’m thinking Mexican inspired pizza…

    59. Jessica says:

      Yum! I love carne asada tacos and black bean burritos with salse verde!

    60. chrissy d. m. says:

      I’d enter the contest, but I already purchased the book two weeks ago, because I love your blog so much. 🙂

    61. Jenny V says:

      That looks delicious!! With 3 kids on the spectrum who are all GFCFSF, I’m constantly looking for new ideas to get food in them!! Would love to have a copy of the book!

    62. Abby says:

      Can’t wait to try this recipe!!

    63. Amy says:

      Oh my goodness, I would love to win your book! I’ve been a long time reader and your recipes have helped my family, especially my 3 year old son, as we figure out all our allergies and food sensitivities. These tortillas look fabulous; I will definitely be making them! I really love any kind of filling in a taco as long as there’s lot of guacamole…I can’t get enough of that stuff lately!

    64. Debbie says:

      Fish Tacos are one of my favorites. Looking forward to making these.

    65. Erica says:

      Thanks for all the kind words and tortilla ideas so far! Don’t forget to enter the contest as well as leaving a message here. -Erica

    66. Looks delicious. I like kale salad and beans in tortillas. 🙂

    67. Ashley Tucker says:

      Thanks for the chance!

    68. Jennifer Poelking says:

      Sounds like a good book, I like tortillas with chicken and avocado!!!

    69. Doris says:

      Tortillas look easy to make. I think I’ll try them.

    70. jacquie says:

      i’m not a big tortilla fan though perhaps if i had a recipe for a good homemade one it would change my mind.

    71. Ruth Hirsch says:

      Congratulations! Congratulations on completing your book! It is a huge accomplishment,
      it will be helpful to so many of us!


    72. Ruth Hirsch says:

      Congratulations! on completing your book! It is a huge accomplishment,
      it will be helpful to so many of us!


    73. Lyndy says:

      Thanks for the giveaway!

    74. brise says:

      I made these tonight for dinner. Delicious! I think it will be fun to experiment with other spices. And I found a non-stick pan to be better.

    75. Maureen says:

      I will be trying these soon. I love your recipes!

    76. Kathleen Czinner says:

      WARM CONGRATS on your book! Recipe sounds delish! Yet to cook with coconut flour but have used almond. Will make this wk. Love your site & your mouth-watering recipes. Such a joy when you pop in to my box for a visit, like a very dear old friend.

      As with all your dedicated followers I would love a copy of your cookbook. I’m on the other side of the world down-under. If I’m not the lucky one then I’ll have to wait till available here and hope it’s not too long.

      I tell everyone with sensitivities about your site and what a delight it is to find out about your latest cooking adventures/discoveries.

      Do you have recipes for buckwheat,quinoa & millet flours?

      Again huge Congrats and appreciation of your work

    77. Scott says:

      I came to your blog through Nom Nom Paleo. I am looking forward to trying your tortilla recipe and digging in to the rest of comfybelly.

    78. Corinne says:

      Our youngest son will move home again this summer to continue college locally and I plan to get him on the SCD or GAPS to hopefully heal his health problems. I so appreciate the time and effort you put into sharing your recipes with us! Thank you!

    79. Andrada says:

      I’d love to make steak tacos and my daughter really misses enchiladas.
      Can’t wait for your cookbook, I’m in a dinner rut!

    80. Denise says:

      Can’t wait to try these!! Thanks!

    81. Kylie D says:

      These look delicious!

    82. Natalie G. says:

      Very cool!

    83. Woo hoo! I’ve successfully converted both my mother and mother-in-law to scd cooking and we talk about comfybelly like its a household name (it is for us!) Thank you for sharing your culinary talents with us and saving me from the monotony of bland and boring recipes. My journey on the scd diet took a turn for the better when I found your site. Happy cooking and happy healing! Would love to win the book!

    84. Lauren says:

      We love your website! Oh fish tacos… 🙂 We would love a copy of your cookbook!

    85. Jenn says:

      I can’t wait to try these! I grew up in California and I miss my mexican food. I’m so busting out the coconut flour this afternoon!

    86. Jenn says:

      I pinned this post, and I would have done so even without the contest!!

    87. Bella says:

      Looks awesome..madly in love with all your recipes. Thanks!!

    88. Brenda says:

      First off, thank you for pioneering this web site and to all the others who have gone before us and painstakingly found how to survive digestive issues by eating differently. Being new to scd, I do not have any suggestions for the fillings of tortillas, because I haven’t figured out how to make them without starch (and still taste delicious)!

    89. Sherry says:

      These sound yummy! Will give them a try with the chicken breast I have in my refrigerator today. I will cook these up with cumin, fresh lime juice and cayenne pepper. And I fillthem with some of my brown lentils I cooked in the crockpot yesterday along with the fresh ingredients I have on hand. Thanks for sharing!

    90. maria says:

      Oh wow! How exciting! Having just begun the whole SCD route your site is a God send. I discovered your Baked Egg recipe quite a while back and it is a mainstay for my family. Actually made it this morning. So yummy. So I’m thrilled at the prospect of winning a copy of your new cookbook! Thank you for such a fantastic offer.
      And another wow for the tortilla recipe! Can not wait to try it! Might just be what we have for tea this evening!

    91. Lydia says:

      I’ve just discovered your site and am looking forward to exploring your recipes. I love just about anything with tortillas–carne asada, quesadilla (oh how I miss those!), butter and cinnamon… yum!

    92. Susan H says:

      these look so yummy, gotta try them soon. By soon, I mean tonight for dinner. Thanks for the great recipes.

    93. Margaret says:

      My fav is fish tacos! Such a great combo of flavors and textures. Congrats on your new cookbook!

    94. Amanda says:

      Wonderful recipe and thank you for the giveaway 🙂

    95. I already have the book! But if I won, I would do a giveaway on my blog 🙂
      Can’t wait to try the tortillas. I would fill them with the Citrus Carnitas from the Well Fed Cookbook!

    96. Maggie says:

      I can’t wait to try these! We love grilled fish or shrimp, guacamole, salsa, coleslaw or lettuce, and sour cream or homemade mayo in our tacos. Thank you! The cookbook looks amazing!

    97. Ilissa K. says:

      Yum! These look awesome! I’d love to win. Thanks. 🙂

    98. Mandy says:

      The tortillas look great! I love shredded beef or some fish tacks! I cant wait to try with your recipe.

    99. Deborah says:

      Yum! Would love to win your cookbook!

    100. Linda says:

      very interested in trying this!

    101. Stephanie says:

      My fillings of choice are rice, black beans, greens, tomatoes, salsa and cheese 🙂

    102. Angela says:

      Omg! I just made those tortillas and they are awesome!!

    103. Jen Sharon says:

      We love fish tacos! With pico de gallo, yum. Looking forward to trying these tortillas.

    104. Deven says:

      Thanks for the recipe. Fish tacos are my fav!

    105. sarahkeith says:

      well yeehaw! Those tacos look fantastic (I love beans beans beans in mine when I cook at home, but always order fish when out to dinner. Either way, cabbage is a must.)

    106. sarahkeith says:

      And I also liked ya on facebook.

    107. KKim says:

      will be sure to try the next time I make a batch of shredded pork! yay

    108. Denise says:

      Thanks! What a great idea for a give away. Even if I don’t win, I’m adding this book to my list for my next trip to the bookstore.

    109. Chef Rachel says:

      The meal you made looks fantastic! I can’t wait to make the tortillas too! I would love to review your book on my blog and host a giveaway of it.

      Chef Rachel

    110. Lisa P. says:

      I’ve been on the SCD diet for about 4 months and would love more recipe ideas!!

    111. Ginger says:

      I have been scouring the internet for a decent tortilla recipe. I can’t wait to try yours. We ate them all the time before SCD for tacos, fajitas, egg burritos, quesadillas, plain with salsa, and even for peanut butter sandwiches. Thanks!

    112. Elle says:

      Can’t wait to try this recipe and get teh book! My favorite filling is carne asada, guacomole, and cheese!

    113. Susan says:

      Would love to try these.

    114. Tahra Hickey says:

      This website has been a serious lifesaver to my family. I have 4 young children, two of which have severe allergy to grain. Thanks to you I have been able to keep my sanity and the complaining about meal time to a minimum lol. I am very much looking forward to the cookbooks release, I think it will be used daily over here. I love the tortillas! I can’t choose between the enchilladas and the lasagna though 🙂

    115. Olivia says:

      My favorite tortilla fillings- eggs. I love a good egg burrito in the morning.

    116. Natalie S says:

      glad to see some low carb but still foodie-friendly books starting to come out. Looks great.

    117. Camille says:

      Carnitas in tacos are definitely my favorite…

    118. So glad to have this recipe and cant wait to make them! Hoping to bake them into crisper tortilla chips for salsa and gauc!

    119. SusanO says:

      My mouth is watering!

    120. Sarah Al-Khayyal says:

      Looks amazing! I eat paleo, and I have yet to perfect the ratios for taco tortillas that don’t split while cooking or eating, so next up I will be trying your recipe!

      My favorite tacos are with homemade chorizo (pork sausage with chile peppers, paprika, garlic, s&p), guac, and mango, red pepper salsa. Mmmm!

    121. Robyn says:

      Can’t wait to try this!

    122. Susan says:

      I have been trying to limit my gluten intake over the last couple months and I am excited to try these as an alternative to lettuce wraps. Call me borning but I love chicken in my tortillas 🙂

      You’re stuff is fabulous – keep it coming!

    123. Kelly says:

      Can’t wait for this book!

    124. Elizabeth says:

      Wow, this is awesome! Favorite tortilla filling is probably eggs and avocado!

    125. Karen D says:

      thanks for the opportunity to possibly win your book!

    126. Casie says:

      I just tried these & they didn’t turn out, any ideas? I substituted lemon for the lime juice?

    127. Will you make them for me???

    128. Natalie says:

      My favourite filling would have to be spicy chicken! Yummmmm!!!! Or even better, chocolate tortillas with fruit filling for a yummy treat! 😀

    129. Martha says:

      I can’t wait to try these!

    130. Katie says:

      I would love this! I am new to SCD and love cooking, so I am looking for all new recipes!

    131. Sandra says:

      These look delicious, cannot wait to make them!!

    132. Elizabeth says:

      Yummy! I love fish tacos! I enjoy adding avocado and kimchi to mine!

    133. Paula Budnick says:

      Love this blog!

    134. Jeni Gillespie says:

      Oh my gosh!! So excited, I’ve been looking for a tortilla recipe that doesn’t use regular flour. So excited, Thank You!!

    135. Dyanne Spease says:

      I think I will be trying out this tortilla recipe today!! Thanks sounds amazing.

    136. Kathryn says:

      These look delicious. I’m about a month and a half into the specific carb diet, and I’m loving it. I’ve got 2 weeks left till I’m completely medication free. (I’ve been on an immunosuppressant for a year and a half for my crohns disease). I would love to win the cookbook, I feel like I’m on the Internet 24/7 searching for recipes. Your blog is beautiful. Thanx for all the work you put into it. It’s encouraging to see all the great food that I’m able to eat!

    137. Kristin Ates says:

      This looks amazing!! I love making fish tacos or peanut butter/banana rollups with tortillas! You can do anything with them!

    138. Nicolle says:

      I would love to fill it with tangy fish tacos

    139. Christina says:

      This book sounds great! Loved your other one. I loved tortillas with grilled veggies – mushrooms, onions and red peppers – and cheese. Also like them with rotisserie chicken and mixed toppings. Easy fix for day 2 of the chicken!

    140. Carol B says:

      We like to fill our tortillas with huevos rancheros (eggs with pico de gallo) and cheese for those of us in the family who can have it.

      Can’t wait to try your fish tacos!!

    141. Megan B says:

      My family is thrilled to have a good tortilla recipe that I can eat too! And that creamy coleslaw looks delicious! Fish tacos here I come 🙂

    142. Aileen Swenson says:

      Love Comfy Belly! Love spicy meat and grilled onions in tortillas topped with guacamole, fermented salsa, and homemade sourcream!

    143. Jen says:

      I am so excited to find your blog and your many GAPS friendly recipes. We are just starting out on this diet after doing anti-candida diets for several years! Thank you for taking the time to share with us.

    144. venus says:

      your web site is my go to for everything SCD/PALEO… I love that you keep it simple, and honestly, have so many faves. Your cookbook would be loved in my house.

    145. Meredith says:

      I would love to win a copy of your cookbook! You have great recipes, and I have a need to cook for my son who is on the GAPS diet. I’d love to make him these tortillas! I’d fill it with fresh veggies (cucumbers, spinach, peppers) and maybe some kimchi!

    146. Sheila H. says:

      I have a new love for fish tacos and these tortillas look great. I need the cookbook for the recipe!

    147. zoey says:

      i love your site and i want your book so badly! i like to fill my tortillas with avocado, tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, black beans, cilantro, and sometimes a little roasted chicken : )

    148. Kristi says:

      Tortillas look delicious! I’ve always wanted to make my own homemade ones!

    149. Carolsue says:

      I’d love to add this cookbook to my collection!
      Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

    150. Christina says:

      I love fish tacos! Although my kids prefer beans and cheese. I’d love to win your cookbook!

    151. Anna R. says:

      Fantastic recipe! Tried these and they are absolutely delicious!
      Would love to own a copy of the book 🙂

    152. Amy Floyd says:

      I’ve never made tortillas, but my daughter eats them all the time for lunch. She melts cheese in the tortilla and then dips it in sour cream.

    153. Ginger says:

      I’m back. I made these last night. You are really talented! They were a huge hit! The things I liked best are that:
      1) they still fold over – the other recipes end up more like big flat chips.
      2) they are flip-able (is that a word?. SCD stuff just never seems to stick together well. They were still really fragile, but I guess that’s to be expected if there are no fake ingredients gluing the things together.
      3) they weren’t too eggy.
      Thanks for a great recipe and please keep up the good work!

      • Erica says:

        Thanks Ginger! Guess what? I re-baked some last night and they get tougher the longer you cook them, and less fragile. So try cooking them just a bit longer, a bit more brown than my photos. They don’t really burn as much as darken.

    154. Judith says:

      Thanks for the recipe for tortillas. I have been wondering how I could make a substitute.

    155. Kristin J. says:

      I have yet to try fish tacos… I want to, but the idea of working with fish intimidates me. But those tortillas look absolutely scrumptious!!!!!!

      • Erica says:

        Fish is actually quite easy and cooks up fast. Just place the fish in lime juice for a few hours (in the fridge) if you want to marinade it. Then cook it in a pan for a few minutes on each.

    156. Erika L. says:

      Wow! So many great comments and wonderful taco filling ideas. What a wonderful blog! I went gluten free a couple years ago and have been dabbling in “Paleo”, but now I’m being treated for SIBO, so I’m starting the SCD! Recipes like yours make it seem like it’s going to be a breeze. 🙂 I live in Portland, OR, and one of our favorite restaurants here, Cruzroom, serves fancy tacos! My 3 favorites I would love to try to adapt to SCD. 1) Fried pickles, applewood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, onions, slaw, and a special sauce. 2) Seared pork belly, apple-vinaigrette slaw, topped with Cotija cheese. 3) Carlton Farms pork braised in a spicy red curry sauce, topped with a cilantro-lime slaw and chicharrones…Yum!

    157. Frieda says:

      As always, your recipe looks great. Thanks for your blog and all of the delicious healthy food you’ve helped me make. I would love to win the book.

    158. Claudia says:

      Thanks so much for this recipe! I have been dying for tortillas and as a lover of Mexican food, it’s been hard letting it go. Can’t wait to try it and make me some carnittas!

    159. Carrie says:

      That’s awesome! I can’t wait to try these tortillas! I need to get away from grains but have found it difficult to do so. I like my breads. 🙁 These look so yummy though (and I actually have everything I need to make them already, too). 🙂 Thanks for sharing! Oh, my favorite filling is probably chicken. 🙂

    160. Heidi says:

      Always looking for new ideas to aid in gluten free, dairy free recipes. And who doesn’t LURVE tacos?!

    161. Stacey says:

      I usually use leafy green as wraps but I think I’ll have to give this recipe a try! I usually stuff my (leafy) tortillas with either a taco seasoned beef and guacamole or an asian chicken mixture with sesame oil coated broccoli and mushrooms. Delish!

    162. Brandee Simmang says:

      You have an amazing blog with wonderful recipes! So happy to have found it(you)!!!!

    163. Aileen says:

      Great recipe! I’m also loving the suggestion about making chocolate tortillas with yummy fillings…you need to get on that ASAP! 🙂

    164. Courtney says:

      Hello! I love your vanilla cupcake recipe – it’s what brought me back here today actually. Then I realized that you wrote the Specific Carb Diet book that I’m currently reviewing for my blog – I love the book by the way! Your site is just as amazing!

    165. Jennifer says:

      Our family loves taco nights, but that means a plate of meat & toppings for me. I’m so excited to try these that I’ve added a taco night to coming this week’s menu. Thank you!

    166. Heather says:

      I am going to make tacos with these tonight;) thank you
      I am looking forward to your book, maybe i will get lucky and win a copy but I am getting a copy one way or another;)

    167. Jamie says:

      Love your site as it has been a real life-saver for me. Looking forward to the new book and making the tortilla recipe. Do the tortillas freeze well? I like to fill mine with grilled mild white fish, shredded lettuce, and carrot, thinly sliced avocado and a squeeze of fresh lime.

      • Erica says:

        hmm. I don’t know – I haven’t frozen them, so not sure. I have stored them in the refrigerator for up to a week, covered/sealed.

    168. Lexie says:

      Excited to try these for our gluten free family!! We love, love Mexican food and will be glad for another option besides corn tortillas !!

    169. Wendy says:

      I would love to win…I just tried cinnamon bun muffins today and they were absolutely delish!! I would love to try even more recipes with your book!! Thank you for a chance to win!!!

    170. Erica says:

      Always looking for new recipes and all of yours have been great. Would love to have the cookbook too.

      Thanks for the giveaway.

    171. Tanja MacIsaac says:

      Have liked the facebook page, pinned the fish tacos, and am leaving a comment. Honestly, I have just stumbled on here after watching Vegugated and Food Matters. Starting to make changes to my lifestyle and let go of all those old comfort foods.

    172. Donna says:

      My husband and I are just beginning the journey to wheat-freeness and I think your website will be a great help. I would love to win the cookbook.

    173. Vicki says:

      Do you know how long these will stay good? I’m trying to plan travel foods for a 3-4 day trip.

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    175. justine says:

      Yummy, Im inspired to make tonight….
      Id add guacamole, salsa,shredded cheese, lettuce and fish (spiced)

    176. Sarah Gramenz says:

      I cannot believe these are tortillas I can eat! They look like regular tortillas! I am near tears! Definitely making these this weekend and testing them out with some tacos! So excited!

    177. Sarah says:

      Does anyone know of (or has already tried) an egg substitute that would work well in this recipe?
      Thank you so much for any suggestions you can offer 🙂

    178. CheChe says:

      I tried making it but I could not flip it over as it started breaking when i tried to. Is this recipe too delicate to make large tortillas? My batter was still runny after leaving it to rest for 10-15mins, is that suppose to be the consistency or should it be like a thick pancake mixture?

      • Erica says:

        Yes, it is a bit on the delicate side, but should be too difficult. Try adding a bit more coconut flour and possibly spreading it less thin. Yes, it will be runny.

    179. Rosanne says:

      I too preordered your cook book and I LOVE the recipes in it. the Blueberry “Coffee” slice is just so delicious, not to mention the simple Sandwich Bread… finally something to have with melts! The only negative comments I would make (and believe me I hate making negative comments) is that are no weight measures on the ingredients which makes it hard for getting the recipe right with the cup measures differences between countries and that there is not an alphabetical index of the different recipes. Otherwise I go to your book first to “look” for something new to make and generally find something and end up going no further! Thanks for making a brilliant book.

      • Erica says:

        Thanks for the great review Rosanne! Yes, sorry about that. My next book includes ingredients in weights especially since the format/publisher of my next book has International requirements.

    180. suzanne says:

      ok, so is that correct 2T coconut flour or 2Cups? hubby’s gut killing him and we are cutting out all grains. haven’t eaten meat (except for salmon) for 35yrs. he is hungry and losing weight. trying to find something. he did add chicken other day.

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    182. Melanie says:

      Would these hold up in the freezer – would love to do a big batch and have on hand.

    183. T. says:

      I have tried your tortillas when an SCD friend of mine gave some to me to try. They were delicious! I couldn’t believe that I could actually make tortillas again for my breakfast wraps. I was so excited!

      I have a question though: I have been strict SCD for 20 weeks today (YAY!), and have tried to introduce almond or coconut flour into my diet every now and again for the last 6-8 weeks, including in this recipe and others you have on your site. Every time I eat either flour I find that I have problems with constipation. Why would this happen? I am careful about what I eat, drink plenty of water, and always try to incorporate as much SCD-legal fibre in my diet as possible. I was wondering your thoughts. Thanks in advance!

    184. Anne says:

      Tried these tonight and the first one didn’t turn out – I think one tbsp butter is too much in the pan so I reduced it and the rest turned out amazing!!!! Thanks once again:)

    185. Julare says:

      Do these freeze well?

    186. Julia says:

      Tries theses today and they all died on me…I used cashew milk instead…and they ended up being coconut scramble eggs lol…so sad and disappointed.. No flipping or anything

      • Erica says:

        yes, these can be tricky and they’re delicate. I find letting them fry for a long time on one side, or adding a bit more coconut flour makes them stay together.

    187. Gulnaz says:

      I really love this recipe! This is amazing!
      I’m going to make it today!
      Thanks so much!!

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