This is the recipe I developed for the Pita Snack Chips with a simple change in the preparation. They keep well wrapped tightly in the freezer.

3/4 c.        T.G.I.G.F! Mix

1/4 c.        Tapioca Starch

1/2 t.         Sea Salt

1/2 t.         Aluminum -free Baking Powder

2 T.           Extra Virgin Olive Oil

5 T.           Warm Water

Tortilla Press - I found mine at a kitchen store for $10.

Wax Paper

Cooking Spray


In a large mixing bowl combine T.G.I.G.F! and all dry ingredients.  Slowly mix in olive oil and water.  Mix with a spoon or fork until ingredients come together and form a dough. Place a sheet of wax paper that has been sprayed with oil on the tortilla press.  Place 1/4 cup of dough in center of press and top with another sheet of wax paper that has been sprayed with oil.  Close tortilla press tightly to form a tortilla/wrap. Carefully peel dough circle from wax paper and place on a large sheet of wax paper.  Repeat until all dough is used. Heat a large skillet, cast iron works the best, over medium heat. Place a tortilla in the center of the skillet and cook until dough starts to bubble and there are a little bit of brown spots on bottom. Flip tortilla over and brown other side lightly. Lay cooked tortillas on a plate and cover lightly with a towel to keep warm, repeat until all are cooked. If you don't need all that you have cooked, store them wrapped tightly in the freezer for up to a month. Reheat in the microwave.

soft tortillas/wraps

makes approximately 6-8