Coconut Flour Tortillas

I have yet to try these, but I have already started to think about the many options for them! My mouth is already watering as I think about making enchiladas! Or maybe I’ll just heat them up with butter! MMMMM….so many delicious variations! Be sure to let me know what you create and how the recipe turns out! Here’s the recipe from Tropical Traditions:

Coconut Flour Tortillas:


1 tablespoon coconut flour

1/16 teaspoon baking powder

2 egg whites (or, 3 tablespoons egg whites)

2 tablespoons water or coconut milk*

coconut oil/butter


Mix the coconut flour and baking powder with the water (or milk) and egg whites. Whisk or blend until all lumps disappear (I usually mix, then wait a couple of minutes and mix again).

Heat a pan and grease with coconut oil or butter (grease well). Pour batter in center of pan. Tilt the pan around to spread the batter into a large circle, almost covering the entire bottom of the pan.  Be very careful with this part: wait until the edges are brown on the side of the tortilla, or carefully circle spatula around the bottom of tortilla until safe to flip. Once safe, flip the tortilla and cook for about 30 seconds on the other side.

If anyone has not been to Tropical Traditions yet, I highly recommend them. I have ordered tubs of shredded coconut, gallons of coconut oil, coconut lotion, coconut chap stick, and coconut soap. I love them all! They also have spices, grass fed meat, a recipe blog, and much more. Check them out…they always have great deals!


Written by Katie

Katie DeLuca is a native of Durham and has been involved with sports for the majority of her life. In addition to playing basketball at both the high school and junior college level, she also has experience with Cross Country, volleyball, and softball. Although her hunger to compete is still strong, Katie yearned for more than what competitive sports had to offer, and after her 8th year of playing basketball, she made the transition from competitive athlete to coach. For the last five years, she has been under the tutelage of NorCal Strength and Conditioning gym owners and head coaches Robb Wolf and Nicki Violetti, honing her coaching skills and developing an ever increasing knowledge of fitness and nutrition. To help expand her knowledge of exercise and nutrition, Katie has attended several coaching seminars and has received numerous certifications, including: Paleo Solution Nutrition Certification through Robb Wolf, CrossFit Level 1 Certification, CrossFit Kids Certification, Olympic Weightlifting Certification through Catalyst Athletics, Kettle Bell Certification, and an ASEP Certification. To improve her understanding of barbell exercises, she worked with world-renowned strength and conditioning coach Mark Rippetoe and was featured in his bestselling DVD Starting Strength. With the goal to share her unique knowledge of exercise and nutrition with kids, DeLuca coached both basketball and volleyball summer camps, as well as helped train the Durham High School football team in strength and conditioning. Through her experience as an athlete and coach, she has developed a firm understanding of the Paleo diet, as well as zone requirements as it relates to weight loss and performance. And as a frequent contributor to the NorCal SC blog, she is always cooking up new Paleo friendly recipes to share with her clients and coaching staff. As a personal trainer, Katie maintains a positive attitude and keeps her clients performing at their best by programming challenging yet enjoyable workouts. With a keen eye for movement, she spends an ample amount of time dialing in technique, giving her clients the tools they need to reach their full potential. With a rich background in both competitive sports and general fitness, Katie is equipped with the necessary tools to coach a variety of clients. Whether your goal is to lose weight and get fit, or make gains in your respected sport, she is an excellent coach to have in your corner. Although Katie is currently working for her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology at Chico State, she is available in the morning and evening for private training sessions.

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  1. How many tortillas did this recipe make?

  2. Katie D.

    1 tortilla:( So, make sure you triple the recipe!!

  3. do you get the coconut flour locally?

  4. I love these! Mark’s Daily Apple has a similar idea for Enchiladas in his new cookbook, but I haven’t tried them yet. I definitely will. And thanks for the Tropical Traditions recommendation. Coconut soap sounds amazing!

  5. Christina

    I’ve been looking for a coconut flour recipe.  I’m glad you found it. I need to try it this weekend then. smile

    Becky C.:  I found mine at Chico Natural Food or S&S;Produce.  Bob’s Red Mill makes it.

  6. Katie D.

    Becky- You can also get the coconut flour at Raley’s.

    Liz- I’m such a fan of tropical traditions. I hope you find as many good things as I have! I just bought some body scrub and its pretty awesome:)

  7. Do you think these would work with Almond flour?  I don’t have any coconut flour yet, but want to make these!

  8. Katie D.


    Here is a recipe for almond flour tortillas, but the consistency is not even close to the same. I would play with it though. They will just be thicker than the coconut flour tortillas, unless maybe you add extra egg and coconut milk(liquid). Hope this helps!

  9. Awesome!  These tortilla look fantastic! 

    P.S.  If you live in the Atlanta area, the DeKalb Farmer’s Market has 1/2 gallon tubs of Organic Virgin Coconut Oil for $10.99.


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