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How to Make Gluten-Free Oat Tortillas With Two Simple Ingredients

Did you know you can make your own oat tortillas with two simple ingredients? Here's the only recipe you'll need.

Written by
Tehrene Firman
If you buy a lot of tortillas, you're probably very familiar with all the
that comes along with every purchase.
Each package only contains around eight tortillas, and if you eat them regularly—on
Taco Tuesday
and beyond!—that waste adds up quickly. So learning that it's possible to make homemade oat tortillas with two simple ingredients is a total game-changer.
Oats are still a supermarket all-star, with
oat milk brands
flying off the shelves. But conscious consumers forget you can use the fiber-packed grain for far more than
homemade oat milk
, cookies, and oatmeal.
Just ask
Carleigh Bodrug
, the New York Times bestselling cookbook author behind 
, whose oat tortillas recipe already has racked up millions of views
on TikTok
"Did you know when you blend two cups oats and 1 to 1.5 cups water, you make the perfect gluten-free tortilla batter?"
she writes
. "You can even add salt and nutritional yeast for a more savory wrap."
Aside from limiting waste, these vegan and gluten-free tortillas are incredibly easy to make. You'll have a delicious base for your
work lunches
and can pile on whatever your heart desires.
"You'll have the perfect gluten-free tortillas that work for sweet or savory wraps," Bodrug says. "I topped mine with crushed avocado, tomato, sweet n sour tofu, and hoisin sauce—so good."
Want to learn how to make your own oat tortillas? Follow along with Bodrug's simple instructions below.

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How to Make Oat Tortillas

oat tortillas recipe
2 cups oats
1-1.5 cups water
1. Combine oats and water and soak for one hour.
2. After the hour is up, blend the mixture until smooth.
3. Heat up a pan over medium heat.
4. Add the batter about 1/4 cup at a time in a pan, like you're making pancakes.
5. Flip when bubbly, allowing the other side to cook.
6. After both sides are cooked, remove from heat. You can eat your tortillas right away, or store them in an airtight container for later.
Craving more sustainable meals? You can find more of Carleigh's simple plant-based recipes like this at
 or purchase her cookbook at