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Easy Oat Tortillas

Updated: Oct 27, 2022

These easy oat tortillas are perfect for those with allergies, vegan and gluten-free! They only require 4 ingredients.

Gluten free, vegan oat tortillas
Easy Oat Tortillas

Plus, they're simple to make - just blend the ingredients together, then cook on a skillet like you would traditional tortillas. Make these healthy wraps to enjoy your favorite tacos in a new way at breakfast or lunchtime - just fill them up with fruits & nut butter or another tasty filling then roll away until ready to eat. Give them a try today!

Gluten free tortillas, vegan, healthy
Easy Oat Tortillas

Oat Tortillas

Makes 4-6 depends on the size you make

Prep time: 5 min

Cook time: 20 min

Total time: 25 min

  1. Preheat your non-stick pan to medium-high. I had my heat on number 7 but every stove is different.

  2. Place all the ingredients in the high-speed blender, and process until well combined and smooth. If you find that it's too thick you can add more water by tbsp. You don't want the batter to be too thin.

  3. Pour 1 cup of batter into a pan and spread with the back of the spoon or tilt from side to side to the desired size.

  4. Cook for 2 min, then flip with a spatula and cook for an additional 2 1/2 minutes.

  5. Remove and enjoy.


I recommend to separating them with parchment paper so you can freeze them. Defrost them in the skillet or microwave. They last in the fridge for up to 5 days if tightly wrapped.

You can use oil if you would like them to be more crispy.

You can use 1/2 to make them smaller or 1 cup of batter to make them bigger.


A. Clinton
A. Clinton

Mine suck. They are not coming out right. The middle is a thin amt of oatmeal look. Now I'm wondering what I can use the batter on bcuz it's not working for me. Will likely boil peaches, cinnamon etc and pour over and see how that works out. Idunno what else to do.


Marianne Schaefer
Marianne Schaefer

Great simple tortillas--easy to season as desired--savory or sweet. Found it advantageous to soak the oats and water overnight and then add salt, additional water and optional seasonings. Stick blender right in soaking bowl worked fine. Soaking oats for 8 or more hours makes oats more nutritious (phytates get dissolved making oats more digestable). I add a half tsp of ACV or lemon juice to the the soaking water to enhance this effect. No noticeable change in flavor. In the morning or anytime the next day, add additional water for desired consistency. No need to keep adding more as oats are fully hydreated. I used a 1/3 cup ice cream scoop and a cast iron 7 inch fry p…

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