Our New Line of Grain Free Tortillas - Sietefoods.com

July 25, 2018

The humble tortilla. Even before we started making our own grain free tortillas, as a Mexican-American familia, we had so much love for this simple staple. It wasn’t until our sister, Veronica, was diagnosed with several autoimmune conditions that we recognized the true extent of the tortilla’s role in our life. As a family, we adopted a grain free diet to support her, but the tacos and fajitas that we used to enjoy on flour and corn tortillas just didn’t taste the same on a lettuce leaf! Plus, turning away from the tortillas felt like turning away from the family heritage and culture. In its absence from our diet, the ‘humble’ tortilla turned into the essential tortilla that we didn’t want to live without.

For those of you who know what it feels like to give up some of your favorite foods, our grain free tortillas are for you. (For those of you who don’t, our tortillas are for you, too. For those of you who are nutrition-conscious, flavor-minded, or simply enjoy trying new spins on traditional foods, yes, you too.) Our family believes that salud y sabor can exist harmoniously, in enjoyable foods that you can feel good eating. Which is why we are happy to share these products of love with you!

Consider this your invitation to join us, through the foods that gathers our familia around the table; and, an invitation to our familia. Juntos es Mejor, as we say, and that means you too!

Below you'll find product descriptions of each of our grain free tortillas, as well as links to their product pages, which have ingredients and nutrition facts.

These are sold in store with 8 tortillas per pack, and should be priced at $7.99. Or, you can click on the links below to buy them wholesale, with 6 packs of 8 tortillas, for a grand total of $55.00 (shipping not included).

Siete Almond Flour Tortilla

Almond Flour TortillasSiete Almond Flour Tortillas taste like a buttery flour tortilla. Yes, it’s true! Warm them for a few seconds on a skillet or in the microwave, and you'll understand why people are flipping out over these things. Load them with salsa, meat, cheese, veggies, etc. to bring a healthy and modern flair to traditional Mexican fare.

Siete Cassava and Chia Tortillas

Chia and Cassava Tortillas: Ch-ch-ch-chia! Our Cassava & Chia Tortillas look like whole wheat tortillas, but rumor has it that they taste significantly better than whole wheat tortillas. (We admit it. We just started that rumor. But you can decide for yourself!) They're made with a delicious, vegan-friendly, and nutrient-dense blend of coconut and avocado oils.

Siete Cassava Tortillas

Cassava Tortillas: Our Cassava Tortillas will knock your calcetínes off! They taste like a flour tortilla and a corn tortilla fell in love and had a baby. They’re also crafted with coconut oil and cooked low-and-slow (Texas style) to make them pliable and delicious.

Siete Chickpea Tortillas

Chickpea Tortillas: Opa! Like a cool breeze off the Mediterranean, our chickpea tortillas will blow you away. We made a tortilla with chickpeas and olive oil, but don't worry, it doesn't taste like a pita! Our chickpea tortilla is ultra pliable and behaves and tastes suspiciously like a flour tortilla.

Click below to find our tortillas at a store near you!

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