Grain Free Burrito Size Tortillas - 6 packs -

Grain Free Burrito Size Tortillas - 6 packs

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Taco, nacho, queso… Turns out we sort of have a thing for foods that end in “o.” So, we thought, let’s do one better for the folks with a similar affinity and create a burrito-size tortilla! That’s right—now we’ve added “burrito” to the list! Madewith cassava flour and the hopes and dreams of people wanting a tortilla big enough to wrap themselves in, this tortilla will be a game-changer. (Okay, so you might not be able to wrap yourselfper se, but think of it as a sleeping bag to swaddle all your favorite burrito-fillings.)

Our grain free Burrito tortillas are approximately 10'' in diameter

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Water, Cassava Flour, Tapioca Flour, Avocado Oil, Coconut Flour, Arrowroot Flour, Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Sugar, Sea Salt, Yeast

Nutritional Information

6 servings per container. Serving size 1 tortillas (70.5g)

Calories: 190
Total Fat: 7g
Saturated Fat: 1.5g
Trans Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 340mg
Total Carbohydrate: 34g
Dietary Fiber: 4g
Total Sugars: 2g
Protein: 2g
Vitamin D: 0mcg
Calcium: 30mg
Iron: 1.1mg
Potassium: 200mg


What is the shelf life of Tortillas and Tortillas Chips?

Tortillas Keep 'n Care:

Our products are 100% preservative-free, so they're best kept refrigerated or frozen. If placed in refrigerated unopened, they will keep for 21 days; if opened and stored in the fridge, please consume within 7 days. If you're not hungry for tortillas right now, or if you're stockpiling them for a zombie apocalypse, then they'll last even longer in the freezer (three months).


Tortilla Chip Keep 'n Care:

Our grain free tortilla chips are best consumed by the expiration date. Be sure to store opened bags of tortilla chips with a chip-clip to ensure maximum tastiness.

How long does it take to ship orders?


In order to maintain freshness, we ship our tortillas Monday - Thursday with ice packs in curbside recyclable (Class 7) foam insulated coolers. Orders received after 12pm central time on Thursday will be shipped the following week. Orders received after 1p.m. will be shipped the following business day.

FedEx 2-day shipping is FREE with all orders.


Tortilla Chips, Hot Sauce, Seasoning, Taco Shells

We ship our dry items out Monday - Friday. Orders received after 1p.m. will be shipped the following business day. Orders received after 12pm CST on Friday will be shipped the following week.

Ground shipping is FREE with all chip orders.

We only ship within the United States, Alaska and Hawaii included.

Are your products keto?

While we are here to support your wellness journey, we don’t make claims that our food is approved for the keto diet. We suggest that you consult your dietician or nutritionist to ensure that our foods are right for you.

For those who like to use tortillas as their carb-fix, our tortilla with the lowest carb count is the Grain Free Almond Flour Tortilla; it has 10g of carbs per tortilla, or 20g of carbs per serving (2 tortillas).

If you’d like to see us make keto products, please send us your new product suggestions at

What is the best way to heat up my hard taco shells?

Taco-making is an exquisite art, isn't it? We are happy to share an integral part of this art--heating your hard taco shells! Make sure to get them nice and crispy by:

1. Preheating the oven to 400 F.

2. Removing the shells from plastic.

3. Separating, and placing on baking sheet, open side down.

4. Warming in oven for 2-3 minutes.

5. Enjoy!

What are your freezing/thawing recommendations for Tortillas?

What do we love more than love? Not much. But tortillas...well, that's a love story of it's own. Ready to heat things up? Start with your tortilla! And this dramatic video!


1. Heat a griddle, flat top, pan, or comal over medium-high heat for 2-3 minutes.

2. Warm tortilla for 10-15 seconds on either side (should see the tortilla rise in bubbles).

3. Enjoy!

cuban sandwich burrito

This Cuban Sandwich Burrito recipe uses our burrito size tortilla to wrap together all of the delicious ingredients you'd typically find in a Cuban Sandwich like pork tenderloin, ham slices, swiss cheese, dijon mustard, and pickles.

View The Recipe 


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Tortillas were a main part of my diet. I gave those up when I cut out the wheat. I am very happy to have an alternative for my fish burrito.

Armando W.
United States United States

Sad, surprised and disappointed

Not good at all. I think the owners have not actually tried these tortillas. I bought them at whole foods for 10.50 which is a lot. To come home excited to try them and be more than dissappinted. They are terribly hard they do not mold. And yes I used a comal and placed them inside a tortillero to keep them "soft" I even thought I did something wrong read the instructions and same. I understand they are not the same as a regular flour tortilla but these are not edible I am truly unsatisfied and I don't think "abuela" tried them either. Expiration is 04/23

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My favorite GF tortillas at the moment.

I love these tortillas for burrito making. The issue that other reviewers are having with it being stiff and cardboard-ish is because you have to heat it up before using. I just toss it in the microwave for 20 seconds (if I'm feeling lazy) but it tastes better when in the oven for a minute or two. Holds together reasonably well, but is the best among the gluten free tortillas I've tried.