Friday, 20 January 2012


When going Gluten free one of the areas that people find difficult to change or substitute is the area of breads and things made with flour. 

Bakels New Zealand offer a great range of Gluten free products that have been endorsed by the Coeliac Society. The Bakels Gluten Free Health range can be used to create an extensive range of baked goods. It's gluten free baking without compromising the taste of traditional wheat based goods.

I use and endorse the Bakels range of Gluten free products and have them in my pantry all the time. I find that they offer me very easy options that allow me to create lots of great tasting, yummy baked treats when ever the need arises. 

This wrap recipe is one developed by Bakels and I love making them and fill them with leftover meats on a Sunday for an easy brunch or take them on a picnic. 

They are also great as a lunch box filler for kids to take to school with fillings that they like.

What you need


2        Tbsp Olive Oil

1        heaped tsp Active yeast

1        cup of warm water


Dissolve yeast in 1 cup of warm water.

Place Bakels Gluten Free Health Pastry Mix in a mixing bowl, add the oil and work into the dry mix. Add the yeast water and mix well for approx 2 minutes until a soft dough forms.
On a lightly floured surface, knead into a ball and cover with clean cloth with a to rest for 25-30 mins. Cut the dough into eight even pieces and cover.

Using a rolling pin, roll out thinly to diameter and place on a hot pan or hot plate. Cook for half a minute, then turn over and continue cooking until bubbles start to appear. Turn again and cook until brown patches develop underneath. Keep warm in foil until last piece is done. Fill wraps with your choice of fillings.

Visit for more information on their range that is available nation wide in leading supermarkets and specialise health food stores.

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