Easy Egg White Tortillas

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Two ingredient egg white tortillas that only take 1-2 minutes to make. These naturally gluten free low carb wraps are super easy to make and can be eaten any time of the day. 

If you’re looking for an easy meal or just want a unique spin on a traditional breakfast wrap, these low carb egg wraps are the way to go. Similar to egglife wraps, these homemade egg wraps can be used along with your favorite fillings but are a healthier alternative to a classic flour tortilla recipe. 

Egg White Wraps Ingredients 

There are only 2 main ingredients in these wraps.:

egg whites – It’s an egg white tortilla so you can’t get by making it without egg whites. 

almond flour or corn starch – Many recipes call for corn starch, but I prefer using almond flour on most days to keep this grain free. Xanthan gum is another option. However, people on gut healing protocols may want to avoid the use of Xanthan gum so see the above options provided. 

salt – optional – for flavor 

black pepper – optional – to personal taste 

Nut Free Option

If you want to make these nut free use 8 teaspoons of arrowroot powder instead of the noted almond flour in the recipe. 

Tools Needed

8-inch skillet – for large beautiful tortillas 

large spatula – to flip those tortillas 

egg separator – Not a necessity, but it makes the job much easier. 

blender – to mix egg white mixture 

Egg White Tortillas Directions

Step 1: Preheat a frying pan to medium heat. 

Step 2: Put the egg whites, almond flour, and salt and pepper in the blender and blend for about a minute. 

Step 3: Put pan on medium-high heat. 

Step 4: Prepare the pan with butter or cooking spray.

Step 5: Eye ball the amount of egg mixture to pour the desired mixture into the pan. About 1/3-1/4 of the mixture will do.

Step 6: Cook each side on medium heat for about 1-2 minutes until the edges start to brown. 

Step 7: Flip once cooked.

Step 8: Remove from heat and fill as desired. 

Egg White Wraps FAQS

What Are Egg White Tortillas 

Egg white tortillas are egg wraps that uses egg whites. 

Are Egg White Tortillas Healthy?

Obviously you’re going to get a different answer to this question depending on who you ask. In chapter 12 of my book Be FINE, I go through great detail on the benefits of eating whole eggs. 

Yet still, there are other reasons to enjoy egg white tortillas over a regular wrap. This includes benefits for people that follow a gluten free,  grain free or low-carb diet. 

How to Use These Egg White Wraps 

Use these wraps for salads, tacos, to make a breakfast burrito or in place of bread or part of a high protein breakfast. 

​How Long Do Egg White Tortillas Last? 

These egg white tortillas are perfect for your next busy morning because you can make them ahead of time. They will last up to 3-4 days in the refrigerator. These are great idea fore meal prep during the week. 

Who Should Eat These Egg Wraps

This recipe is applicable to many different diets and lifestyles. Most people can enjoy them guilt-free. This include, but is not limited to people that follow The FINE lifestyle, keto diet, low carb diet, Paleo, vegetarian, gluten free, pescatarian and more. Egg white tortillas are a great substitute for regular wraps and corn tortillas. 

When Should I Eat These Wraps

You can feast on these wraps for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They help to make an easy and versatile meal. 

Can I Use Whole Eggs To Make These Wraps 

Yes, you can. The texture may be a little different. But, try it out for yourself, test things out and see what you think. 

Can I Freeze These? 

Yes, just store the wraps in a sealable plastic or Ziploc bag and remove as much air as you can. 

Would Packaged Egg Whites Work Just As Well

While packaged egg whites would work, I’m not a fan since they also come with extra cost and some extra ingredients too. Look out for additives. gums and other stabilizers. 

What Should I Do With Those Extra Egg Yolks

You may have noticed that this recipe calls for quite a few egg whites, but what will you do with all those extra egg yolks? Here’s what not to do: Do not throw them away.

Set the egg yolks aside to make hollandaise sauce. Egg white tortillas pair nicely with bacon or sausage, some greens and hollandaise sauce for a delicious breakfast wrap. 

This would work well with grilled shrimp too! 

​How Do I Know When To Flip The Egg Whites Over

When the egg white is ready to flip, it will get slightly brown around the edges. Once that starts to happen, get a spatula and gently start lifting the sides. If it starts to lift easily, proceed with flipping the whole egg white tortilla. 

Methods to Separate Egg Yolks From Egg Whites 

  • Use an egg separator – It make the job a bit easier. 
  • Crack the egg into a bowl and use a large slotted spoon to remove the yolks from the whites. 


​Try adding some of these ingredients to your egg wrap for a more flavorful EGGsperience. 

Filling Options

  • sliced avocado 
  • ​salad greens 
  • bacon
  • fresh herbs 
  • ground beef 
  • tuna salad or chicken salad
Yield: 4

Easy Egg White Tortillas

Easy Egg White Tortillas

Two ingredient egg white tortillas that only take 1-2 minutes to make. These naturally gluten free low carb wraps are super easy to make and can be eaten any time of the day. 

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 8 egg whites or 1 cup egg whites
  • 2 tbsp almond flour
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. Preheat a frying pan to medium heat.
  2. Place the egg whites, almond flour, salt and pepper into a blender and blend until fluffy, about 1 minute.
  3. Butter or spray the pan with a little bit of cooking spray and pour out 1/3 - 1/4 cup of the egg white mixture into the pan. Cook both sides until golden.
  4. This should take about 1-2 minutes per side.
  5. Remove from heat and fill with all of your favorite fillings.


You either use 2 tbsp of almond flour or 8 teaspoons of either corn starch or arrowroot flour in this recipe.

Keep in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 86Total Fat 2gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 0mgSodium 210mgCarbohydrates 2gFiber 0gSugar 1gProtein 15g

Nutrition information isn't always accurate.

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