October 29, 2015   By Kelly Bejelly

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So Mr. Bejelly and The Litte have been having issues with Tapioca flour.

This has been, well, sad.  I’ve created some amazing recipes that I can no longer whip up anymore.

We’ve been testing adding back rice to our diet and so far, so good.    This recipe uses white rice flour, coconut flour and psyllium husk powder so this is gluten-free and seriously, it reminds me of plain flour tortillas!  There is NO egg in this recipe.

To grab this recipe for Gluten-free homemade tortillas  and many more 30 Minute Paleo Recipes –Join the Joyful Kitchen Club.   I have many free recipes on the site but I’m saving up a truck load of Easy, 30 minute and budget-friendly recipes for my private community.

 

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4 Comments

  • glo
    November 11, 2015 at 4:04 pm

    Hi, Kelly, I guess I will have to unsubscribe due to your recipes’ use of all those “bad flours” used – have you ever looked up Dr. Davis’ Wheatbelly on Youtube or Google? Thx & God Bless . . . p.s. if you are ever able to adjust your recipes avoiding all those harmful flours, I would love to resume enjoying and sharing your super info . . . 🙂

    • November 12, 2015 at 10:57 am

      Hi hun, I wish you well on your journey. Also, FYI, while I’m expermenting with rice flour currently, I’m not only going to be sharing recipes made with gluten-free grains. I’m still going to be sharing strict paleo recipes in the future.

  • Rachel Christenson
    August 15, 2016 at 9:56 am

    Everyone is different. It is not healthy to get caught up in I can’t eat that it’s not strict paleo or whatever ideal a person is trying to achieve. I eat mostly paleo, but there are some things I can not tolerate due to other health issues. Honestly some of the things I digest well are not strict paleo such as white rice and white potatoes. I honestly do not think white rice is bad either. It is not any worse than tapioca or arrowroot two things i do not digest well right now and they are used in a lot of paleo recipes. I just like to have options and I appreciate when bloggers have different options. I try the recipes that work and leave the ones that don’t. Its no reason to unsubscribe. You have to do what is good for you not what one diet philosophy tells you is good for you. I honestly thought this recipe was refreshing since most have tapioca and arrowroot. Thank you Kelly for offering another alternative. Creating recipes is not easy.