Food Storage Saturday Show-Offs: Whole Wheat Tortillas Recipe

Many of you may have seen my homemade food storage tortillas post and watched the video that is included with the post to show you how to make them.  Since then I’ve had a lot of questions about turning it into a whole wheat recipe.  Lucky for me, Yolanda sent me a recipe from the Lean and Free 200 Plus Book.  She said, “I went to your class  - really enjoyed it.  I love the bean substitution idea.  My kids don’t even know. Thank you for your time and energy!

Whole Wheat Tortilla Recipe
Recipe type: Dinner
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Serves: 20
 

A yummy whole wheat tortilla recipe to use your food storage!
Ingredients
  • 4 c whole wheat flour
  • ¼ t. baking powder
  • 1½ t. salt
  • ¼ c oil
  • 1 c warm water
  • I actually use more water to form the dough and I like to add 1 t. of Mrs. Dash Seasoning Blend to give it a small kick. )

Instructions
  1. Knead 5 min.
  2. Dough should be stiff.
  3. Shape into about 20 balls and roll out thin.
  4. Cook on hot, non-stick griddle.
  5. Cook 1 -2 minutes on each side.

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  • Rachelle Miller

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. I love tortillas and now I can make healthy ones!

  • http://myfoodstoragejourney.wordpress.com GrammyTammi

    Thank you Crystal for the recipe. I’m going to take the ingredients on vacation so I can make fresh homemade tortillas in the cabin. (PS, I’m Stasha’s sister-in-law :)

  • http://myfoodstoragejourney.wordpress.com GrammyTammi

    Thank you Crystal for the recipe. I’m going to take the ingredients on vacation so I can make fresh homemade tortillas in the cabin. (PS, I’m Stasha’s sister-in-law :)

  • Anonymous

    So good to hear from you!

  • http://the-sushi-snob.blogspot.com Laura–The Sushi Snob

    Brilliant. We love tortillas around here, so this should help keep the grocery bill nice and low!

  • NJ Foodie

    How can I make these LOW CARB? Would you suggest I add in some Oat Fiber or other to cut carb count? thnx-p.s. I am brand new to your site- started storage 2yrs ago here in NJ after living thru Hurricane Irene. Thank GOD for preparing, as I went thru Hurricane Sandy very easily. I PRAY ALL YOU ladies will heed this lovely gal’s advice here- and start prepping. None of us are immune from Mommy Nature.

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