If you’re looking for some vegan tortilla wraps brands to check out, then you’re in the right place. We’ve compiled over 21 products with a variety of different flavors that you can add to your shopping list.
But first – Are wraps and tortillas vegan?
The answer is almost always yes. There may be some niche brands or restaurant versions that are made with lard or something like that, but most store-bought wraps and tortillas are 100% vegan.
And be sure to check out the end, where we feature a short video with 3 amazing things you can do with these vegan wraps.
Let’s start the list…
**Some of these products have mono and diglycerides which may be of animal or plant origin – it’s impossible to tell. Many vegans don’t worry about trace ingredients like these and you shouldn’t either if you’re just making the transition. That being said there are plenty of options without them.
Also, always double check ingredients before buying. We do our best to keep things up to date and accurate, but its always best to make sure.
If you’re looking for a nice plain tortilla, maybe for tacos or enchiladas, something that doesn’t require any special flavor, these are a good buy.
They have a simple taste, so they won’t obstruct any other flavors you might have going on.
They’re gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and nut free.
They also don’t have any high-fructose corn syrup, and they’re non-GMO.
If you’re looking for a veggie-based wrap to sneak some extra antioxidants in your diet, then these will do the trick.
They’re gluten free, soy free, and low sodium in case you’re watching that too.
They don’t require refrigeration, so if your fridge is already jam-packed with other goodies, you don’t have to worry about making space for these.
However, they can stick together so be sure you’re only grabbing one.
So, if you’re looking to stick to a simple diet, this will be a great option.
Because they’re coconut based they go well with pretty much everything. Sweet or savory, these can go both ways.
So having said, they can be a little too sweet but most have no issue.
They’re thick like a flatbread but still thin enough to do your favorite wraps.
These have all organic ingredients. They’re also grain free, gluten free, nut and soy free.
They have no preservatives and no sugar added.
They are a dehydrated wrap, so they can be a little stiff, but just add a little water or moist ingredients and it’ll soften right up.
Just note, they come in multiple flavors so be sure to check out the ingredients for each.
These are fun and colorful. But don’t worry they get their color naturally from things like paprika and turmeric.
And they are primarily made with soybean protein. These do have a pretty hefty ingredient list but that’s just from the color extracts for each wrap.
If you’ve ever oredered soy paper rather than seaweed at a sushi restaurant, then you’ve probably had these.
If it turns you off, don’t worry. There are cleaner ingredient wraps below.
And by similar, I mean the only other ingredient they have is turmeric and that’s for color, though some people say that they can taste hints of it making these more ideal for spicy and savory wraps, as opposed to the coconut wraps.
These are also non-GMO, gluten free, grain free, starch free, and only 70 calories per wrap.
If you warm them slightly before use, they are perfect for any kind of wrap.
These are also really sturdy as compared to some other wraps, which makes them great for messy foods, and fillings that have more texture.
They have a simple ingredient list, so you can get the real thing without all the additives.
These contain no gluten, dairy, soy or even corn. So, if you’re wondering how they make them, they’re coconut based as well.
These also don’t have to be refrigerated, in fact, room temp is optimal for these, so in the pantry they go.
They’re sprouted with all orgnaic ingredients.
They’re really great for tacos or burritos if you want that authentic taste and feel.
Food for Life is an amazing brand and I highly recommend them.
They’re not as easy to find as one would think, and many on the market have an insane number of additives and preservatives.
These are completely organic and literally made from one ingredient. And in one package you get 50 sheets which are more than enough sushi rolls to go around.
I haven’t seen any other brands, so they may be right.
What I do know is that it’s another really great alternative to some of the spring roll wrappers on the market that contain unnecessary additive and preservatives.
These are gluten-free in addition to having no fat. They are pretty good and easy to use if you’re not a genius in the kitchen.
If you’re unaware what Ivory Teff is, which is the main ingredient in these tortillas, it’s similar to quinoa and native to Africa.
And it works great in making these taste like a real flour tortilla.
Some people even slice these and make them into tortilla chips for salads and dipping.
You get 6 tortillas per pack for a pretty good price, so they may be worth giving a try.
If you’ve never had mango chipotle, you need to.
The spicy and sweet flavors happening at the same time is what dreams are made of.
And these non-GMO, gluten free, fat-free and low sodium wraps are the perfect reason for you to give it chance.
These are certified organic, non-GMO, and have no salt added.
They’re also gluten free, grain free, corn free, soy, dairy, and egg free.
They don’t have to be refrigerated and they have a one-year shelf life, which is pretty long for a natural wrap.
These dehydrated wraps are made from fruits, so these are a little bit on the sweet side, but they will still suit your needs.
Especially with veggie wraps, they add a little extra something so that your wraps don’t taste plain.
You can also use these as a nori roll for dessert roll up.
Don’t forget to wet these though, otherwise, you’ll only be able to use them as crackers.
The grain, gluten, and dairy free tortillas give you the authentic feel without the usual flours if you’re trying to avoid them.
It is better if you warm these before use but be careful not to warm them for too long because they can become crispy.
But if you want them crispy, try adding a little oil, and make sure to form them.
This is their original wrap, so it does have a slight coconut flavor.
They don’t have any added coconut oil so that does help them to last a little bit longer, and they don’t have to be refrigerated which is another plus.
These wraps can be bought at your local whole foods and online so they’re easily accessible.
They use completely organic materials and they are pretty big, larger than most vegan tortillas and wraps.
They’re high in fiber, have no added oils, and they’re low sodium.
Made with sprouted grains, these tortillas are best served warm.
If you’re going whole foods plant-based, these are an excellent choice.
They are fairly small, and that seems to be on the con list for a lot of people.
While others say they are perfect sandwich size without all the extra bread.
They are grainy and have seeds, but many people like the added texture.
It’s all personal preference with these, but it never hurts to give them a try, you may love it.
They are dairy, soy, nut, and egg free and have a shelf life of 100 days so you’ll be able to find plenty of uses for them.
They’re made with red bell pepper, jalapeno, onion, and garlic flavors, making them the perfect addition to any tex-mex style dish.
It’ll take your tacos and burritos to the next level, without any extra work on your part.
Yes, they are wheat, and sometimes people can correlate that with being dry or bland, but these are anything but.
They’re always fresh, soft, and tasty.
They are perfectly sized for so many uses and since they’re available at your local Whole Foods, you can have them any time, and that’s always a plus.
The only downside is the shortening.
They’re gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, egg free, nut free and soy free.
In addition to all that they taste great, not too sweet, and just the right amount of savory.
They’re non GMO and have no added sugar. And at just 95 calories a wrap these will help keep your figure trim and your tummy happy.
And you can’t beat cutting out all the unnecessary ingredients, while still maintaining flavor.
These are made from young Thai coconuts.
Plus, there are tons of recipes online to get you started. Even more reason to give them a try.
Before you go, you’ll want to check out this video below to see 3 easy and amazing recipes you can do with wraps and tortillas…