Food & Nutrition

Best gluten free wraps you can buy – 6 tasty options for people who want wraps without the gluten

Published by Finn Hayden

When you're following a gluten free diet, it can often feel like your options are quite limited. But nowadays, that really isn't true - whether you want to enjoy pasta, bread, or even make something gluten free with flour, you've got loads of options. Even slightly more obscure foods like wraps can now be bought in versions which have been made without gluten, which is so great to see because it gives people that are following a gluten free diet a bit more variety at meal times. We wanted to round up the best gluten free wraps that you can buy in the UK, let's get into it:

Warburtons gluten free white wraps

Warburtons is one of the biggest bread brands in the UK, and the range of gluten free bread from this brand is impressive (even including things like tiger bread). The gluten free wraps from Warburtons are also excellent - made using Rice Flour and Tapioca Starch, they're very soft and actually very tasty too, plus they're high in fibre. We tried frying them to make a quesadilla and that worked well too. Overall, we really liked these, learn more and buy them here - amazon.co.uk

Warburtons gluten free wraps

Old El Paso gluten free wraps

Old El Paso is the go-to brand when it comes to fajita kits and other Mexican food products, and the tortilla wraps from this brand are ideal for tacos and burritos. Not many people realise that Old El Paso also produces a gluten free version of their popular gluten free wraps, and we're happy to report that not only are they just as tasty as the standard wraps from the brand, but they also work just as well when they're filled with rice, beans, and whatever else you like to full your burritos with. Learn more and buy them here - tesco.com

Old El Paso gluten free wraps

Free From by Sainsbury's tortilla wraps

Regular visitors to our website will know that Sainsbury's is one of the best supermarkets for gluten free food, so we weren't surprised to find these excellent gluten free wraps within the Free From section of our local Sainsbury's. Made from a mix of wheat-free flours including rice flour and chickpea flour, these tortilla wraps are ideal for making burritos and have the added bonus of being relatively high in protein due to the chickpea flour used. Learn more and buy them here - sainsburys.co.uk

Sainsbury's free from gluten wraps

Tesco free from white tortilla wraps

Tesco is another supermarket which is great for gluten free foods, and we were really impressed with the Tesco free from white tortilla wraps. Made using a blend of Chickpea Flour and Rice Flour, they're totally gluten free and very versatile. They're also milk and dairy free, making them suitable for vegans too. Learn more and buy them here - tesco.com

Tesco free from wraps

BFree sweet potato wraps

We included these wraps from BFree in our guide about low calorie wraps, but they also happen to be gluten free too. These are a bit of a curveball as they do taste quite a bit like sweet potato, but we think that is what makes them so tasty. They definitely work best with a savoury filling, for example we made tuna wraps with salad using these wraps and they were delicious. If you're looking for gluten free wraps with a very interesting and distinct flavour, these are ideal. Plus, they were easy to roll and still went nice and crispy in the oven. Learn more and buy them here - groceries.asda.com

BFree wraps

BFree multigrain wraps

Another great option for gluten free wraps from the BFree brand is these multigrain wraps, which are not only delicious but are also packed with fibre (more than 7g of fibre per wrap). Just like the sweet potato wraps from BFree, these are also totally vegan. Learn more and buy them here - waitrose.com

BFree multigrain wraps

Hopefully, this guide helps you to find some delicious gluten free wraps to fill with whatever you like. Let us know if you've tried any of these or if you have any other recommendations for us to try!

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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