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Mold-Safe soft Flatbread

Updated: Apr 5, 2021

This is a grain-free, gluten-free, no starch, no sugar bendable/chewy flatbread you can quickly make to create sandwiches, wraps, tacos and more...

Flatbreads are a wonderful and versatile food. I love making all kinds of different tasty dishes with them — gyros, indian dishes, wraps, sandwiches and even, tacos. However, the big issue is that they are usually made with wheat/gluten and corn and are extremely harmful to those who are on a mold detoxification diet. Today I’m going to show you how to make the best mold-safe chewy flatbread using a few mold-friendly ingredient replacements.

These flatbread shells are pretty tasty and have a slight nutty flavor due to the almond flour, plus they’re even a great source of fiber as well. I’m positive that once you make this recipe for the first time, you’re going to be hooked and it will become your go-to when making all kinds of exotic inspired dishes!


  • Stand Mixer with a paddle attachment OR you can do this the "amish" way by hand (ha ha) I much prefer my stand mixer.

  • Parchment paper

  • Olive Oil

  • Stainless steel frying pan

  • Rolling pin


  • 1¼ cup almond flour

  • 5 tbsp psyllium husk powder

  • ½ tsp salt

  • 2 eggs

  • 1 cup water


  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, mix the almond flour, psyllium husk powder and salt.

  2. Add the eggs and mix to combine.

  3. Add the water and mix until well combined.

  4. Let the dough sit for 2-3 minutes.

  5. Divide the dough into 10 balls.

  6. Flatten each ball between 2 pieces of parchment paper and roll into a 5-inch circle.

  7. Grease a large pan with olive oil and heat over medium heat.

  8. Once hot, place the tortilla on the pan ad cook for one minute on each side or until lightly browned.

  9. Serve immediately.

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Due to my son being severely allergic to tree nuts do you think seed meal would work in place of the almonds? We order from for allergy friendly stuff. They have pumpkin, sunflower, flax, hemp and chia individual meal or flour replacements blends. If not seeds then would cassava flour work? Thank you! - Odessa

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I cannot say any of that would work or replace it. This recipe was specifically made with the exact ingredients to make it an actual bread. Sunflowers are moldy and cassava is not a Phaze 3 or 4 approved ingredient. The recipes here are all set up according to what Phaze you are on...not necessarily a one time list of foods to eat with mold illness.


Jennifer Cannon
Jennifer Cannon
Oct 03, 2020

Thanks for the feedback!! The trick to this is in the number 4 step. The liquid needs to soak into the psyllium husk and it takes several minutes for the reaction to happen. Ill add additional information to the recipe that highlights the importance of this step. Keep in mind, bread is off limits so were not going to get the great taste our bodies are so used to with grain bread. I hope this helps. You can also add additional herbs or spices that are on the safe list. <3


Just finished making your mold-safe soft flatbread using the ingredients and amounts designated in the recipe. The mixture was more of a batter than a dough, no way it could be made into balls and then rolled into circles. I ended up putting in an extra cup of flour Into the mixture which made the dough workable but not very tasty. Maybe pouring the mixture into the pan and cooking it like a pancake would have worked better. Any suggestions as to what might have gone wrong?


Hey guys!! I'm Jennifer.  I was exposed to toxic mold 10 years ago and struggled my way through detox.  I created this site to help other mold sufferers follow a "mold detox diet" successfully.



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