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Gluten Free Flatbread

Makes 3-4 flatbreads

Simple to make these flatbreads can be cooked in a frying pan, on the griddle or the mature embers of a BBQ.

Free from Gluten, Soya, Wheat, Nuts
Vegetarian, Without crystal sugar


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  1. Put the flour and salt into a large bowl and blend them together.
  2. Measure the yoghurt and water into a jug, stir to combine and pour into the bowl.
  3. Stir gently to form a soft dough.
  4. Sprinkle the dusting flour onto a work surface, turn out the dough and cut it into 3 or 4 pieces
  5. Gently flatten each piece of dough into 10Cm/4”circle.
  6. Lightly oil a dry non-stick frying pan or griddle and heat until nice and hot.
  7. Brush the top of each flatbread with water and transfer it to the pan, wet side down.
  8. Cook for 2 - 4 minutes until the base starts to brown, depending on the heat.
  9. Brush the top of each flatbread with water, turn it over and cook the other side for 2 - 4 minutes.
  10. Wrap cooked flatbreads in tin foil and serve warm or cold.


BBQ, hot griddle or frying pan and mixing bowl

Cooking time

cooking times will vary depending on the heat source
These were super easy and really tasty and eaten by all the family willingly! Even though it's just my son who has an issue with gluten. I made them using lactose free yoghurt too. They were perfect for our picnic with houmus. Thank you Doves Farm, you're saving my lockdown!
By Lizzy
08 Jun 2020
This was delicious! I adapted slightly to made a deep-dish style pizza base - fried both sides and then topped and placed in the oven, and it was amazing! Thank you for this recipe, and this website!
By Alicia
03 May 2020
Very good recipe, quick, easy and tasty. I add a bit more salt (1/4 tsp) and sometimes slather in garlic butter! Nice without butter too though and go very well with some soup. Absolutely delicious with chopped fresh rosemary mixed into the flour before adding the yogurt and water. I used two sprigs, took the leaves off the stalks and chopped up.
By Laura Pattenden-Hunt
29 Apr 2020
These worked so well! They puffed up nicely and were easy to roll out especially considering they were gluten free. I used 100ml dairy free milk instead of yoghurt - super easy and delicious!
By Talya
22 Apr 2020
These are really clever designed, brushing with water gives a bubbling that’s often missing in GF food, the recipe is quick and easy, the flatbreads are small but delicious.
By Felicity
21 Apr 2020
These were so simple and delicious. My daughter stole them off my plate and ate them, even though she's normally very fussy. Love them!
By jenny welsh
14 Apr 2020
Super easy and really tasty. Was surprised by how good the texture was.
By Laura
05 Apr 2020
This is a great recipe: easy and delicious. I added cumin seeds for extra flavour.
By Sarah
29 Oct 2019
Just discovered after 20 years of supposed IBS I am actually gluten intolerant , I love bread and was upset that I no longer could have it!! But came across this recipe and they were delicious. Yes they are not the same as normal flatbreads but they tasted great!! x
By Georgina
28 Jul 2019
Easy and quick to make. Excellent texture and flavour. Will definitely be making this on a regular basis. Will now try other bread recipes.
By Maureen Stephenson
07 Jul 2019
Very easy recipe. Excellent flat breads very first time. Will now experiment with adding seeds, erbs, etc.
14 Jun 2019
We tried this today - estimating the ingredients as we are camping and don't have a measuring scale to hand. This exceeded our expectations - the recipe is very easy to follow, it's quick to make and my husband, who is coeliac, loved having this flatbread with our barbecued chicken. This will definitely become a staple when camping.
By Toni Micklem
18 Jan 2019

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