That tortilla hack you noticed on TikTok (savory and candy choices!)

Sometimes trending recipes are not what you expected. In other cases, they’re a hit with your whole family. This is one of those times. This TikTok tortilla hack turns a simple old tortilla into a hearty meal or treat in just minutes, and the possibilities for fillings are endless. We have a few recipes to get you started, but soon you’ll be adding a little of this or that to add your own creative twist to the popular folded tortilla wrap.

Let the children make their own folded tortilla

Children are more likely to eat foods that they have prepared themselves. Give them a sense of control by letting them choose what is going on in each quadrant. Folding tortillas this way solves a challenging part of eating wraps when your hands are small – it turns the tortilla into a cup that contains all of the goodies!

Other ideas for tortilla fillings

Savory

  • Sauteed peppers and onions
  • Sliced ​​sausage
  • Sauteed kale
  • Feta or goat cheese
  • Buffalo sauce
  • Ranch dressing
  • Pesto can

Sweet

  • Blackberries
  • Strawberries
  • Homemade Nutella
  • Homemade marshmallows

Here’s how to make a folded tortilla with a bacon and avocado breakfast and a chocolate, strawberry and bacon breakfast tortilla.

Avocado Bacon Breakfast Tortilla Wrap

ingredients

Almond flour tortilla (brand Siete or Whole Foods)
1 fried egg
2 slices of cooked bacon, broken into a few pieces
1/4 cut avocado
1/2 oz. Cheese of choice
Primal Kitchen® avocado oil spray or avocado oil
Salsa to dip into

Directions

Preheat a seasoned cast iron pan on the stove over medium heat. After heating, add a little avocado oil or use avocado oil spray. Place the tortilla in the pan and let heat for 15 seconds on each side. You want the tortilla to be plump and soft, but not to the point where it becomes too toasted and chewy.

Quickly cut a slit in the center of the tortilla. Orient the tortilla so that the cut side of the tortilla is facing you.

Arrange the fillings in each quadrant of the tortilla.

Fold up the lower left flap of the tortilla to meet the upper left. Rotate this section to the right to cover the upper right quadrant. Then flip over again to cover the lower right quadrant.

Add a little more avocado spray to the pan. Once the oil is hot, place the folded tortilla inside. If necessary, you can gently press the tortilla down with a small pan or the bottom of a heavy glass.

Use a spatula to turn the folded tortilla over until both sides are nicely browned.

Repeat with additional tortillas and fillings.

Eat your tortillas as is or dip your hearty breakfast tortillas in salsa!

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That tortilla hack you saw on TikTok? We made it primal with an almond flour tortilla. Here is a hearty avocado and bacon breakfast tortilla pack that takes just minutes to make.

Preheat a seasoned cast iron pan on the stove over medium heat. After heating, add a little avocado oil or use avocado oil spray. Place the tortilla in the pan and let heat for 15 seconds on each side. You want the tortilla to be plump and soft, but not to the point where it becomes too toasted and chewy.

Quickly cut a slit in the center of the tortilla. Orient the tortilla so that the cut side of the tortilla is facing you.

Arrange the fillings in each quadrant of the tortilla.

Fold up the lower left flap of the tortilla to meet the upper left. Rotate this section to the right to cover the upper right quadrant. Then flip over again to cover the lower right quadrant.

Add a little more avocado spray to the pan. Once the oil is hot, place the folded tortilla inside. If necessary, you can gently press the tortilla down with a small pan or the bottom of a heavy glass.

Use a spatula to turn the folded tortilla over until both sides are nicely browned.

Repeat with additional tortillas and fillings.

Eat your tortillas as is or dive into your favorite salsa!

Remarks

If your eggs are large, you may need to cut the fried egg in half before placing it on the tortilla. You can use small or medium sized eggs instead. I just fried them in a cast iron pan until the yolks were soft, but feel free to cook them however you like!

The tortillas I used were Whole Foods branded, grain-free almond flour tortillas – also Siete branded tortillas. They are about 7 inches wide. If you’re using a larger tortilla, you may want to add more of each filling.

Instead of heating the tortilla in a pan, you can wrap it in a damp paper towel and microwave it for 20 to 30 seconds. However, I found the pan easier and faster.

After some testing, the arrangement of the fillings in each of their quadrants in the pictures seems like the best way to hold the tortilla together, but of course you can always place the ingredients where you want!

  • Category: breakfast
  • Method: stove

nutrition

  • Serving size: 1 wrap
  • Calories: 423.9
  • Sugar: .7g
  • Sodium: 620.3 mg
  • Fat: 34.5 g
  • Saturated fatty acids: 10.4г
  • Unsaturated fat: 5.3г
  • Trans fat: .2g
  • Carbohydrates: 9.1 g
  • Fiber: 4.3 g
  • Protein: 16.9 g
  • Cholesterol: 229 mg

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Bacon Chocolate Strawberry Folded Tortilla Wrap

ingredients

Almond flour tortilla (brand Siete or Whole Foods)
1-2 slices of cooked bacon, broken into a few pieces
1-2 thinly sliced ​​strawberries
1/2 tbsp. melted dark chocolate (we used 95%)
1/2 tbsp. Nut butter of your choice
Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Spray or Avocado Oil
Dark chocolate for dipping

Directions

Preheat a seasoned cast iron pan on the stove over medium heat. After heating, add a little avocado oil or use avocado oil spray. Place the tortilla in the pan and let heat for 15 seconds on each side. You want the tortilla to be plump and soft, but not to the point where it becomes too toasted and chewy.

Quickly cut a slit in the center of the tortilla. Orient the tortilla so that the cut side of the tortilla is facing you.

Arrange the fillings in each quadrant of the tortilla.

Fold up the lower left flap of the tortilla to meet the upper left. Rotate this section to the right to cover the upper right quadrant. Then flip over again to cover the lower right quadrant.

Add a little more avocado spray to the pan. Once the oil is hot, place the folded tortilla inside. If necessary, you can gently press the tortilla down with a small pan or the bottom of a heavy glass.

Use a spatula to turn the folded tortilla over until both sides are nicely browned.

Repeat with additional tortillas and fillings.

Eat your tortillas as is or dip the sweet tortillas in melted chocolate!

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Everyone’s favorite combination: salty and sweet. This chocolate strawberry bacon wrap uses an almond flour tortilla to keep it gluten-free and grain-free.


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ingredients

Almond flour tortilla (brand Siete or Whole Foods)
1– –2 Slices of cooked bacon, broken into several pieces
1– –2 thinly sliced ​​strawberries
1/2 tbsp. melted dark chocolate (we used 95%)
1/2 tbsp. Nut butter of your choice
Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Spray or Avocado Oil
Dark chocolate for dipping

Preheat a seasoned cast iron pan on the stove over medium heat. After heating, add a little avocado oil or use avocado oil spray. Place the tortilla in the pan and let heat for 15 seconds on each side. You want the tortilla to be plump and soft, but not to the point where it becomes too toasted and chewy.

Quickly cut a slit in the center of the tortilla. Orient the tortilla so that the cut side of the tortilla is facing you.

Arrange the fillings in each quadrant of the tortilla.

Fold up the lower left flap of the tortilla to meet the upper left. Rotate this section to the right to cover the upper right quadrant. Then flip over again to cover the lower right quadrant.

Add a little more avocado spray to the pan. Once the oil is hot, place the folded tortilla inside. If necessary, you can gently press the tortilla down with a small pan or the bottom of a heavy glass.

Use a spatula to turn the folded tortilla over until both sides are nicely browned.

Repeat with additional tortillas and fillings.

Eat your tortillas as is or dip the sweet tortillas in melted chocolate!

  • Category: dessert
  • Method: stove

nutrition

  • Serving size: 1 wrap
  • Calories: 323.73
  • Sugar: 2.2 g
  • Sodium: 281 mg
  • Fat: 25.9 g
  • Saturated fatty acids: 8.8 g
  • Unsaturated fat: 3.6 g
  • Trans fat: 0
  • Carbohydrates: 11.13 g
  • Fiber: 5.7 g
  • Protein: 8.76 g
  • Cholesterol: 15 mg

Tips

  • If your eggs are large, you may need to cut the fried egg in half before placing it on the tortilla. You can use small or medium sized eggs instead. I just fried them in a cast iron pan until the yolks were soft, but feel free to cook them however you like!
  • The tortillas I used were Whole Foods branded, grain-free almond flour tortillas – also Siete branded tortillas. They are about 7 inches wide. If you’re using a larger tortilla, you may want to add more of each filling.
  • Instead of heating the tortilla in a pan, you can wrap it in a damp paper towel and microwave it for 20 to 30 seconds. However, I found the pan easier and faster.
  • After some testing, the arrangement of the fillings in each of their quadrants in the pictures seems like the best way to hold the tortilla together, but of course you can always place the ingredients where you want!

About the author

Priscilla is a food blogger, recipe developer, and personal chef based out of Missouri. He specializes in low-carb, paleo-free, gluten-free, keto, vegetarian, and low-FODMAP cuisine. See what she’s cooking on Priscilla Cooks and follow her food adventures on Instagram and Pinterest.

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