October 8, 2022



I have said before that if you have wraps you have a meal. You can use them in so many ways. I make my own wraps as they work out a lot cheaper and don’t have the nasty ingredients that are in bought ones.


I have a massive bag of apples to use up that we foraged from a tree near our local park. We had nothing to have for dessert today and so I made an ‘apple pie’ using a wrap and some stewed apple with sugar in. I then cooked it in the air fryer for just under 4 minutes. It was lovely, and I will definitely be making those again. It was quicker and cheaper than baking. I am trying to use my oven less to keep the bills down.

Here is the recipe for the wraps.


Wrap Recipe

2 cups of plain flour

3/4 cup of warm water

1/4 tsp of salt

3 tablespoons of olive oil.


1.Mix the ingredients together to make a dough.

  1. Knead for 5 mins and then leave to rest for 10 mins.

3.Divide into 6 balls and roll into a thin circle (roll and 1/4 turn to get your circle). Use flour sparingly to roll so that they don’t go tough.

4.Oil a griddle or frying pan with a paper towel and bit of oil and cook about 1 minute each side over a medium heat. You don’t want too much oil or else they will fry. You also don’t want the pan too hot or else they will burn or go dry.

  1. Place on a plate on top of each other when cooked. Every time you make a wrap flip the cooked wraps over. This keeps the moisture in and stops them going dry.

6. When they are all cooked place a tea towel over the plate and leave to cool.

  1. After about 10 minutes flip the wraps over so that the bottom one is on the top. This keeps them moist and stops the top one from drying out and stops the bottom one from going soggy. I usually flip a couple of times whilst they are cooling.


I store my wraps in saved wrap bags from ones that have been bought by the family. I usually make a double batch at the same time and freeze one lot.

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