Last Updated on January 11, 2022
Today we’re going to be taking a look at Mission Gluten-Free Tortilla ingredients. From Gluten-Free Original Tortilla Wraps to Almond Flour Tortillas – Mission has it all! Your new diagnosis can feel overwhelming when it’s new. This brand is a great place to start for everyday foods.
What Is Mission?
Mission Foods have been around since 1977. They make fresh and authentic Mexican products. From tortilla wraps to flatbreads, to chips, there’s so much choice. And guess what? They also offer a huge gluten-free product range. Yellow and white corn is used. Corn is naturally gluten-free, so it’s a great substitute for wheat when making tortillas.
Gluten-Free Mission Tortillas
It’s important to note that not all Mission products are gluten-free. It’s important to look at their Gluten-Free Collection and opt for ones that are gluten-free/grain-free. They are very clearly marked, which makes them easy to spot. Let’s take a look at what Mission products are gluten-free.
The products include:
- Almond Flour Tortillas
- Grain-Free Tortillas
- Cauliflower Tortillas
- Gluten-Free Original Tortilla Wraps
- Gluten-Free Spinach Herb Tortilla Wraps
- White Corn Tortillas
- Yellow Corn Tortillas
- Extra Thin Yellow Corn Tortillas
- Super Size Yellow Corn Tortillas
- Street Tacos White Corn Tortillas
- Street Tacos Yellow Corn Tortillas
- Super Size White Corn Tortillas
- Estilo Casero White Corn Tortillas
- Organic White Corn Tortillas
- Red Corn Tortillas
- Extra Thin White Corn Tortillas
- Baked Tostadas
- Yellow Tostadas Casero
- Yellow Tostadas Nortena
- Red Tostadas Nortena
How incredible is that selection?! That is an exhaustive list. You can find all of their authentic tasting gluten-free products here. It’s not often we don’t have to compromise on taste when food products are made gluten-free – but we certainly don’t have to here. The Mission Gluten Free range is amazing.
The brand is certified gluten-free. This means that the products go through vigorous testing and meet strict guidelines set by the FDA to ensure that there is no gluten in their products. They are also prepared in a dedicated gluten-free facility. This is as safe as food can come for gluten intolerant individuals – so you can eat these and feel completely at ease.
Mission Tortilla Ingredients
Let’s take a closer look at some of the products and the ingredients in each one. The majority of gluten-free products available are made from corn. So let’s first take a look at the corn tortillas.
Mission Corn Tortillas Ingredients
These tortillas have a super soft texture and are made with very few ingredients. The ingredients include:
“corn masa flour, water, cellulose gum, guar gum, propionic acid, benzoic acid, phosphoric acid (for freshness).”
You can usually pick them up for around $1.50 from your local grocery store.
Mission Gluten Free Soft Taco Tortilla Ingredients
With a staggering 5g of dietary fiber per serving, these wraps serve up a whole lot of goodness! The ingredients include:
“Rice flour, tapioca starch, potato extract, cellulose gum, guar gum, xanthan gum, dextrose, soybean flour, salt, rice starch, corn dextrin, water, vegetable shortening, pea protein, resistant corn starch, sugar, inulin, baking soda, acids (for freshness).”
You can usually find them in grocery stores for around $4.
Mission Vegan Cauliflower Tortilla Ingredients
I thought I’d take a closer look at this one as it’s vegan-friendly and full of cauliflower goodness. The ingredients include:
“Water, cauliflower flour, modified food starch, rice flour, soybean flour, pea protein, canola oil, dextrose, potato starch, salt, sugar, corn dextrin, xanthan gum, rice starch, baking soda, cellulose gum, guar gum, acid (for freshness).”
These can be bought for around $5 a packet.
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Gluten-Free Tortilla Brands
Whilst Mission is the best brand out there for gluten-free tortillas – there are plenty more to choose from if you’re wanting to try something new. Let’s have a round-up of some of the best!
Rudi’s Bakery Gluten-Free Tortillas
Rudi’s is certified gluten-free. This means that their products are as safe as they possibly can be. They have two varieties of gluten-free tortillas: plain and spinach. Their tortillas are made with a blend of sorghum flour, millet flour, quinoa flour, and teff flour. They’re made with the highest quality gluten-free ingredients. They also have a range of gluten-free breads.
BFree Gluten-Free Tortillas
BFree is a very popular gluten-free brand for tortillas. However, they offer a huge range of other gluten-free products. I’ll be looking at some of their most popular products, however, these may differ country to country. These include:
- Avocado Wraps
- Multigrain Wraps
- High Protein Wraps
- Sweet Potato Wraps
- Quinoa and Chia Seed Wraps
You’re likely to find these in your local grocery stores.
La Tortilla Factory Tortillas
It’s important to note that not all La Tortilla Factory tortillas are gluten-free – but let’s take a look at the ones that are. These include:
- Cauliflower Tortillas with Cassava Flour
- Gluten-Free Wraps Cassava Flour
- Gluten-Free Tortillas Cassava Flour
- Ivory Teff Wheat Free Gluten Free Wraps
You can find their full range here. You can usually find this brand in your local grocery stores
As you can probably tell, where gluten-free tortillas are concerned, we are spoilt for choice! Especially when it comes to Mission Gluten Free products. A brand that tries so hard to be inclusive for all of their audience is a winner for me. Mission offers so many gluten free options – but please remember, not all Mission products are gluten-free. If you’re feeling unsure, be sure to check the labels. It will always be clearly labelled.
Have you tried any Mission gluten-free products? Please let me know in the comments below what your favorite product is. I’m yet to try the cauliflower ones but they sound absolutely delicious!
Also, if your favorite tortillas do not feature in the list below, let us know. Or you may have a gluten-free tortilla recipe you want to share. Remember, sharing is caring!
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