After you have blended all of the above ingredients THEN add flax seed meal:
It is now time to create your wraps! Grab your silicone dehydrator sheets and using about 1 cup of mixture create circles that are roughly 6 inches wide ( I usually make two wraps per dehydrator sheet, you can look below at the pictures for guidance, this takes practice so be kind to yourself if you don’t get it right the first time). Make sure not to spread the batter too thin because they will get thinner as they dry. One thing to keep in mind is if your goal is to make a stuffed burrito and fold it nicely like the one pictured then you should really make much bigger wraps (about one per dehydrator sheet) so that you can fill it up nicely and not worry about it tearing or not closing up. The smaller circles are great for tacos or smaller wraps.
I always like to dehydrate most foods at 155 degrees for the 30 minutes to an hour. This helps prevent bacteria from growing in the raw food while it dehydrates overnight and prevents spoilage and sourness. But, feel free to forego this and just dehydrate evenly at 115 for 3 to 4 hours if you are very strict with raw temps. If you do heat it at 155 for the first hour, then remember to bring the heat back down to 115 for the duration of the time which will be about another 3 to 4 hours.
Like always, drying times vary depending on dehydrator type, location (humidity factor), season (winter vs summer), and thickness of the wraps (thin wraps will dehydrate really quickly vs a thicker wrap). So it is wise to keep an eye on the food, check on it often, and decide for yourself when the wrap is ready.
I don’t like to dehydrate the wraps completely because then they get really hard, they are not flexible or bendy, and crack easily. And since I like to use them for wraps and burritos, I like them to have some bend to it.
If you have left over wraps – you can wrap them in plastic wrap or insert in a air tight container and freeze them. Since they aren’t completely dry (like a cracker), I would not leave them outside in room temperature for fear of bacteria growing… You can keep them in the fridge if you plan on using them within 1 to 2 days. All you have to do is throw them back into the dehydrator for a few minutes to warm them up again (same thing goes for frozen ones).
I will be posting a yummy fall inspired burrito recipe that I made using these wraps so keep an eye out.
I think I covered most notes above – but if you have any questions ask below! 🙂