Ten Minute Gluten Free Flatbread

Gluten-Free Five-Minute Flatbreads

Attention everyone! Gather around! I’d like to share my new favorite recipe with you all! ::Drumroll:: Gluten-Free Five-Minute Flatbreads! They’re delicious, they’re versatile, they’re easy as can be … and best of all, they take 5 minutes to whip up (hence the name).

These little flatbreads are made with a few simple ingredients – gluten-free flour (I use my own flour blend), baking powder, salt, yogurt (you can use any kind, such as Greek, regular, or dairy-free), honey, and olive oil. I haven’t tried making these with non-fat yogurt but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.

What I love most about these is their versatility. You can serve them as a side to chili or soup, use them as a vessel for hummus and other spreads, or top them with any ingredients you like. A few fun ideas include:

  • Yogurt and berries with a drizzle of honey.
  • Pesto, arugula, and Parmesan cheese with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt and pepper.
  • Fresh tomato, chopped basil, and chunks of mozzarella cheese, drizzled with a balsamic glaze.

Give these a try and let me know what you top them with. The options are endless!

Check out more gluten-free bread recipes!

Ten Minute Gluten Free Flatbread Recipe

3.55 from 59 votes
Ten Minute Gluten Free Flatbread
Print Recipe

Gluten-Free Five-Minute Flatbreads

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Appetizer
Servings: 2 servings
Calories: 276kcal
Author: Carol Kicinski

Ingredients

  • ¾ cup gluten-free flour blend , plus more for dusting
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon kosher or fine sea salt
  • 5 tablespoons yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

Instructions

  • Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat until hot. While the skillet is heating, prepare the flatbread dough.
  • In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt. Add the yogurt, honey, and olive oil. Mix until it forms into a dough. Divide the dough into two equal portions. Lightly flour a surface and roll into an oval about 8 by 5 inches and slightly less than ¼-inch thick. Cook for about 2 minutes per side or until golden on both sides.
  • Serve as is or topped with your favorite toppings.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Gluten-Free Five-Minute Flatbreads
Amount Per Serving
Calories 276 Calories from Fat 90
% Daily Value*
Fat 10g15%
Saturated Fat 2g10%
Cholesterol 6mg2%
Sodium 606mg25%
Potassium 279mg8%
Carbohydrates 44g15%
Fiber 4g16%
Sugar 12g13%
Protein 6g12%
Vitamin A 50IU1%
Calcium 177mg18%
Iron 1.8mg10%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

I used my own Carol’s Gluten Free All Purpose Flour in this recipe. Learn more about my flour here:

Carol's Flour leaderboard 2017 with new packaging

The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blog owner’s. This blog accepts free manufacturers’ samples and forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation. Affiliate links may be included in this post.

Disclaimer: All nutrition facts on Simply Gluten Free are meant only as a guide and may differ depending on product brands used or ingredient substitutions. Some errors may occur, so you are encouraged to confirm the recipe’s ingredient and nutrition suitability for your own diet.
Have you tried this recipe? Give it a star rating and let us know your thoughts in the Ratings & Reviews section below.
Tags: All-Purpose Flour Bread Easy Flatbread Yogurt
0 shares
Previous Post

Gluten-Free Korean Nachos

Next Post

Cooking without chemicals

  1. Kartik Poply
    October 4, 2019

    Thank You for such an Interesting Info Would Definitely give it a try

  2. Lois M Campbell
    October 10, 2019

    WOULD THIS BE SUITABLE AS A PIZZA CRUST?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      October 11, 2019

      Yes, of course! They’d be like thin-crust personal-sized pizzas or pizzas that you might share with others as an appetizer. These are so versatile!

  3. Jill Bowen
    February 27, 2020

    Will almond flour work? I’m a long time Type 1 diabetic (55 years) and there’s a TON of carbs in your recipe. And of course I’m not adding honey…

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 2, 2020

      Hi Jill,
      I haven’t tried this with almond flour. Almond flour isn’t always a cup-for-cup replacement for regular gluten-free flour but you could give it a try. Let me know how it goes!

  4. Stacy A
    February 27, 2020

    Is there a non-dairy substitute that could be used in place of the yogurt?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 2, 2020

      Yes, you can use dairy-free yogurt.

  5. Justen
    February 27, 2020

    Could the yogurt be substituted for a dairy free option such as almond milk or rice milk?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 2, 2020

      You can use a dairy-free yogurt.

  6. Heather
    February 27, 2020

    Can I substitute something non-dairy for the yogurt, other than yogurt?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 2, 2020

      You can use dairy-free yogurt.

  7. Dorothy
    February 27, 2020

    Tried this recipe twice today . I used spices like garlic and pizza spice in the second try….delicious..thanks so much

  8. Arlene Kulzer
    March 2, 2020

    Can I substitute coconut oul for olive oil?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 2, 2020

      I prefer this with olive oil but yes, you could try coconut oil.

  9. Ellen
    March 3, 2020

    It was much too salty . I’m usually a pretty good cook, but this dough never look right.

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 6, 2020

      Hi Ellen,
      Sorry to hear that. I haven’t had any issues making the dough and I make it often – what kind of gluten-free flour did you use? Also, it only uses 1/2 tsp of salt so it shouldn’t be too salty – you could reduce this further to 1/4 tsp if you’d like to try that.

  10. Mary
    March 18, 2020

    Do you use a mixer with a dough hook or mix it by hand?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      March 19, 2020

      Hi Mary,

      I mixed it by hand.

  11. Naida Rasmussen
    April 14, 2020

    Could sour cream be used in place of yogurt?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      April 15, 2020

      Yes it can

  12. Lisa V.
    September 5, 2020

    This recipe is tasty. I have made it with and without the honey and prefer it without. I used it in place of pita last night for my homemade gyros and it was perfect! It holds together nice after cooking but kept falling apart as I tried to get it into the pan. Do you have any secrets for getting it into the pan?

    1. Carol Kicinski
      September 8, 2020

      Hi Lisa,

      I haven’t had any issues with it falling apart, but maybe we live in different areas from each other (I live in HUMID Florida, so that moisture could always make a small difference). Did it fall apart when you used honey or just when you made them without honey? If it only happened on the version without the honey they I’d say it might be that little bit of extra liquid that made the difference. If it happened on both, I’m not sure. However, you could roll the dough on a piece of floured parchment paper, then use the parchment paper to lift the flatbread and invert it onto the pan.

      Let me know if that helps!

  13. Suzanne
    January 15, 2021

    I love this simple recipe and have made it multiple times. I make it with full fat, unsweetened coconut yogurt and it is delicious. I have to eat a low/no salt diet so I make it without salt. Adding the honey makes the bread so tasty. This is an easy, simple recipe that works every time. I add all ingredients into a bowl and mix then turn out onto parchment paper and finish mixing by using another piece of parchment paper to press the dough into shape. I then cut in half and use a rolling pin to flatten perfectly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating