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1 Point Tortillas – They DO exist!!

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Awhile back I posted a list of 1 point tortillas that I found and I’ve been meaning to update it now for over a year. A YEAR! Well, I finally got my act together.

Now this list is not a list of the only tortillas I use. Frankly, I’m a tortilla fanatic and anytime a new brand shows up at the grocery store I get excited and eye it up. I only take home the ones that are either 1 point or completely whole grain. What I’ve found is the “low carb” brands are your best bet for the lowest points and calories because they have the highest fiber. The 100% whole grain ones are usually 2-3 points and range from 100-150 calories.

This list is only focusing on the 1 point brands…

Tumaro’s Soy-full Heart 8-Inch Flatbread
Just found these recently at Giant. Being soy, I was worried about an aftertaste, but they deliver. Warm or cool out the fridge they work for anything, hot or cold and hold up very well.
Tam-X-ico’s Lo-Carb Wheat Tortillas
I can’t remember where I picked these up but they were a great all purpose tortilla anbd worked well for Tortilla Pizza.
Trader Joe’s Reduced Carb Whole Wheat Flour Tortillas
These are little a very similar to traditional flour tortillas. Only 50 calories a piece! My husband even loves them. They are my favorite for taco night!
La Tortilla Factory – Low-Carb/Low Fat Large Size
These are HUGE! Perfect for lunch size sandwich wraps. In the summer I fill them with my skillet veggies, spinach leaves, a little cheese and salsa!
La Banderitas Low Carb tortillas (this product not on their web site yet)
I only found these once and I can’t remember where. They were good but fell apart rather easy, not good for warm wet fillings.
Canyon River Low Carb
These are my absolute favorite, they work for everything. Unfortuanly, they are only avaiable at Weis, a local grocery store. I actually go there just for them and get so mad when there are out of stock! They do not have them listed on their site but you can find them next to the deli sections in the store. Be careful only the low carb style is 1 point.
Mama Lupe’s Low-Carb Tortillas
I found these online. Haven’t tried them yet. Anyone?
Casa Rica’s Low-Carb Tortillas
I found these online. Haven’t tried them yet. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Do you have any to add to the list? I know some are regional so I’d like to help out those in other areas as well.

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There are 23 comments so far.


    July 3, 2008

    Hey Roni! Great topic!! I just recently stumbled upon new tortilla’s! I’m not sure of the brand, I’m thinking Tia Rosa’s, but they are from our Super Wal-Mart. They are in the refridgerator section, like with the cream cheese and other cheeses. They are stacks of dough already rolled out to tortilla size, but you have to cook them in a skillet to make them ready to eat! A little trouble, but GREAT FLAVOR and they taste like fresh from a Mexican Cafe tortillas.

    OK BEST PART…. 1 WW PT each!


    July 3, 2008

    Two 4 inch corn tortillas are only 1 point. I actually perfer them to flour tortillas.


    July 3, 2008

    mission has one…i don’t know points, but it’s 80 calories I think and low carb…


    July 3, 2008

    La Tortilla Factory has a 0 point tortilla. It’s only 6 inches, but it’s very good. I like to smear it with 2 Tbsp of peanut butter and roll it up. That way I can splurge on the peanut butter without worrying about the tortilla. They are also great for pizzas and quesidillas. I have found them sporatically at my local Kroger and Publix stores and they are available on line.


    July 3, 2008

    What about the weight watcher tortillas? I’m quite sure they are only 1 point value each and they are delicious.


    July 3, 2008

    I live in North East Ohio. My grocery has Flat Out Wraps. TheLow Carb ones are only one point. They are huge and they have three different kinds of low carb, Multi Grain, Wheat and something with Herbs, I think. They are all good.
    Thanks for sharing other options.


    July 6, 2008

    Mission has Low Carb Whole Wheat tortillas that are 1 point. they are soft and delicious! My family loves them!


    July 7, 2008

    SOUTH BEACH DIET TORTILLAS – they’re pretty good and only one point (because of the fiber) 100 cal – 4 grams fiber (I think, this is all coming straight out of my brain, and not the label)


    July 7, 2008

    I’m pretty discriminating as a Texas gal raised on Mexican food, and the BEST ones I’ve found are BUENA VIDA Whole Wheat for Low Carb Diets (70 cal, 4g fat, 3g fiber). Made by Azteca. They’re thin and chewy and don’t have that overpowering “wheaty” taste I dislike in other brands. I buy them at Hy-Vee here in South Dakota, and really hope I’m able to find them when we move back to Texas… (Love your site, btw. :))


    July 8, 2008

    Another good choice for 1pt tortillas…TARGET. Their Archer Farms brand wheat tortillas are only 1pt and SO good compared to a lot of other wheat ones. We live on these. I know their are Target’s everywhere!

    Their are also 1pt FlatOut! Wraps (the 100 calorie Multi Grain ones). So yummy for pizza wraps!


    July 22, 2008

    Hi Roni,

    New to your site and the point system. Love what I am learning. Can you tell me how you determine the points you earn by excercising?

    Thanks so much!


    August 6, 2008

    I live in Northwest Ohio and found a 0 point is a brand called Don Marcos, fat free flour tortillas, 60 calories and 6 grams of fiber…very yummy!
    Thanks for all the great info Roni.


    September 7, 2008

    Just found an awesome torilla. It’s by La Banderitas and it’s called “X-treme fiber”. It has 75 cal/2g fat/8g protein/12g fiber. It’s soft and very good!! It’s not on the website but I found it at Super Wal-Mart in the bread isle (in Alabama).


    October 29, 2008


    I just stumbled upon your topic and thought I’d add my own “wheat sense”. My husband and I are both dieting which tends to annoy our 4 children…they strongly dislike wheat tortillas as opposed to their white unhealthy counter-part. I have tried every brand in the book and they always snub their nose to them. So I decided to take matters into my own hands and make them homemade. Try this yummy recipe and you’ll find they’re quick, easy and sooo delicious!

    1 cup wheat flour
    1 TBSP. Canola or Olive Oil
    6 TBSP. water
    1/4 tsp. salt
    Mix ingredients, divide and roll into 8 balls. Roll-out on a generously floured surface (make them super thin) and fry in (iron skillet if you have it) lightly greased with canola or olive oil. Yum! Takes only 15 minutes and they don’t have all of those nasty preservatives that store bought tortillas sometimes have!


    March 18, 2009

    Hi there, I found your blog via Google while searching for south beach diet info and your post looks very interesting for me.


    May 20, 2009

    I’m late to the party on the comments here, but wanted to let you know that I’ve had Mama Lupe’s Low-Carb tortillas, and they are wonderful.


    September 13, 2010

    Hi, About a month or so I tried Banderitas tortillas at a work’s gathering they said they bought them at potrero in California. I have been trying to find them. What I love from those tortilllas is that after 15 minutes that they were warmed they were cold but still soft. I just love them. I am trying to find them in the Chula Vista Ca. area

    Victoria Haneveer

    July 28, 2014

    Mama Lupe’s are the absolute BEST – they taste great and you can make a pizza using them. Low carb and 60 kcal each. I love them! Didn’t like the La Tortilla ones so much. And the WW ones are high in sugar.