Spelt Flatbread/Wrap

20170422_121716_resized(1)Wasn’t planning on posting this when made them so no pictures along the way but was so good thought I would share anyway!!

I ground some spelt with the Mockmill..anyone with a KA mixer that wants a grain mill this is a great little attachment you will not be disappointed in.

Use Ankarsrum mixer with stainless bowl and roller/scraper combo.

I made about 10 of each wraps and flatbread.  Yes used same recipe just rolled thinner for wraps  wraps.


  • 3 3/4 cups fresh ground spelt
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tsp sea salt
  • 3 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 1/2 cup hot water

Place the hot water in bowl, add oil, salt and baking powder. Slowly add the flour.  May need to adjust flour a bit want a slightly sticky dough. Mix well at about 4 o’clock for about 6 minute. Cover and let rest about 30 minutes in a warm location.  Divide dough into equal portions and roll to thickness you like. I fry mine on an electric griddle for a few minutes per side till bubbles brown for wraps and a bit longer for flatbread.  Enjoy with your favorite toppings or filling. Here I enjoyed it with some greens, olives, tomatoes, parmesan and a bit of dressing plus a few slices of fresh mango on the side.  I also froze most of them for another day.

One thing to mention ..many with mild gluten/wheat intolerance can handle spelt in moderation. Check with your doctor before trying if sensitive to wheat.

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