Flat-Bread Chapati Wraps

If ever there was a ground breaking bread to revolutionise all flat bread, it is THIS recipe right here!! Keto, vegan, paleo – it is THE bread for any lifestyle you choose. Introducing the most healthiest and easiest ‘chapati’, or ‘flat-bread,’ or even ‘naan-bread,’ that you will ever make in your entire life! Okay, so hold onto your seat here because this chapati contains absolutely NO grains/ gluten, dairy, egg, soy, yeast, nuts, refined sugar, or refined flour! It’s allergen-friendly, keto, vegan, paleo AND fantastic for those with gut or digestion issues. Most importantly though – it tastes bloody delicious!

Who doesn’t want FRESH bread back in their lives? Bread that won’t cause inflammation and digestive issues. Bread that won’t spike blood sugar and leave you with elevated insulin? Bread that doesn’t BLOAT!? Yup, I am bringing BACK bread! We love this bread to mop up our homemade soups, scoop up spreads and dips like my hummus with dukkah, make flat bread wraps, soft shell taco’s, pizza for one – you get the idea. This flat bread is just so darn versatile and delicious with ONLY 5 real-food ingredients! This recipe took me almost one year to perfect. I wanted to elevate and upgrade one of the foods in life that brings me joy – bread! I also created my grain/ gluten, dairy, sugar free Beyond Bread Buns and my Humble Seed Loaf. These are the breads I lean on in my life.

Cooling cooked chapati’s

Feel free to add additional herbs and spices to your bread when you make the dough. I like to use rosemary and onion powder, smoked paprika and chipotle (fro a smoky-spicy bread), and garlic powder! The pairings are endless and can really take your flat bread to brand new heights! The fact that this bread freezes so well means you can make them ahead of time, freeze and pop into a dry pan to have fresh flat-bread on the ready whenever you want it! I know right, WOW!

I hope that you will enjoy this flat bread chapati as much as we do. Be sure to make it your own too, with some additional suggestions below. Enjoy and don’t forget if you make it and post up a pic to tag me on Instagram at @thrivewithpriscilla – I totally get pumped seeing your pics!

Important note: Psyllium Husk cannot be substituted for any other fiber in this recipe, as the result will not be the same soft super pliable flat-bread.

My Mexican shredded chicken wraps

Flat-Bread Chapati Wraps

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Recipe by Priscilla Soligo Course: Bread, Mains, Snacks

Prep time: 10 minutes.
Cook time: 3 – 4 minutes each side.
Makes approx. 13 round flat-breads/ approx. 60g each. Slightly less than ½cm thick and 16cm in diameter.


  • 140g 1 Cup Coconut Flour

  • 28g ⅓ Cup Psyllium Husk (do not substitute this with any other fiber, as the result will not be the same). Psyllium makes this bread pliable.

  • 100g ½ Cup Coconut Oil

  • 1g ¼ tsp Unrefined Sea Salt

  • 560g Just boiled Filtered Water (For best results: Water must have been at boiling point just prior to use – do not use partially hot, warm, or cold water. You need to weigh the water using a scale for precise amount for this recipe.


  • Place all dry ingredients, coconut flour, psyllium husk and salt into a large bowl and whisk by hand.
  • Make a well in the middle and add in the coconut oil followed by the boiled water. Combine well to make a dough using a spatula.
  • Separate dough into 13 equal balls approx 60g each. On a baking paper lined chopping board place one dough ball on top. Place another piece of baking paper on top of the dough ball and flatten down with your hand. Using a rolling pin on top of the baking paper, roll out one of the dough balls to a round of approx. 16cm diameter (less than ½ cm thick.)
  • Place each rolled out round of dough onto plastic wrap (or baking paper) then layer another piece of plastic wrap to cover on top and repeat so that they won’t stick together. If your dough is breaking dip your fingers into a small bowl of filtered water and add the water from your finger tips to seal the dough.
  • In a dry non-stick pan on medium heat, cook the flat bread on each side for approx. 3 – 4 minutes (6 – 8 minutes total), or until it begins to slightly brown and puff up.
  • Place on a wire rack to cool, or serve hot.


  • Additional’s: Dried, or fresh herbs, garlic and/ or chilli, semi dried tomatoes and rosemary, olives, etc.
  • Storage: Wraps store well in the fridge for up to 2 weeks in an airtight sealed container. They also freeze well for up to two months. Simply pop into a dry non-stick pan frozen and follow the directions above.

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Nutrition Facts

4 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories300
  • % Daily Value *

    * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


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