The challenge is on, finding foods that my allergy-laden children can eat.  This time I am working on items that can build sandwiches or make Quesadillas.  I have been searching High and Low for good tasting Gluten Free Flat Breads or Gluten Free Wraps, with good ingredients.  It is so hard to find good tasting GLUTEN FREE breads and I was so worried that the kids would be disappointed.  The challenge has been met, I have found Sandwich Petals.  The taste is outstanding and you would not know they are GLUTEN FREE, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, etc.


Take a look at the list of Allergy free ingredients this Sandwich Petal Meets:  Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Egg Free, Non GMO, and diabetic smart! They are not CORN free.


Sandwich Petals are flat breads that are nutritious, 10 grain gluten free and almost completely allergen-free.  There are 21 grams of low glycemic carbs in it and they are only 100 calories.  These are high in Omega 3’s from flaxseed.  There are 3 flavors of these:  Agave Grain, Chimayo Chile(the spicy ones), Spinach Garlic.  Finally, the word shelf stable has a new meaning.  I can purchase them and leave them on my counter without worry of molding or retarding for a great length of time.  The ones I currently have were shipped in July and are shelf stable for at least 30 days!  6 Petals come to a bag.

I heat mine in the microwave for about 15-20 seconds, and then I let it sit on the counter for about 30 seconds more.  As this Flat bread sits after being heated it seems to transform a bit and it is even MORE FLEXIBLE.  We  load my veggies in and the kids load taco meat or steak strips, chicken pieces and beans, practically anything.    I have found that these pair up well with heavy items like taco meat as well as light items such as lettuce and veggies.  The Gluten Free Flat Bread is wonderfully versatile. We love the Chimayo Red Chile Baked with a touch of sea salt, it has a bit of spice and is really tasty.


You know you fold a normal tortilla and it is generally too big for you baggie or (reusable bag)? Not the case with the Sandwich Petal, it will absolutely fit into a sandwich bag, reusable or plastic. They look like a little football as they are oval in size.

My favorite thing to do with these for my kids is to make Quesadillas.  I simply melt cheese on the Petals and roll, and cut.  That’s it. The kids love them.

If you are looking for a Tortilla Alternative because you have allergies, check out Sandwich Petals.  You will find a nutritious way to eat and a very delicious flat bread.

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  1. Cyndi Kratzenberg says

    I have been trying super hard to stick to my gluten-free diet as I am moderately allergic to wheat, but it is really hard for someone who loves Mexican food as much as me to not eat quesadillas or burritos! That is definitely what I would love to try these out with…And I really want to try to make a copycat of Mad Mex’s summer special crab and grilled corn quesadilla. SO GOOD. I live in Pittsburgh, too, by the way!

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