This Easy Breakfast Crunchwrap has breakfast at Taco Bell written all over it. These homemade crispy wraps are made with bacon or sausage, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, cheddar cheese, and of course the creamy sauce from Taco Bell. Feel free to make it supreme!
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I am someone who eats breakfast every day, but for the weekends, I go all out for breakfast. I like a nice spread of all of my favorite things, including the occasional mimosa. This wrap is perfect for weekends when I have a little extra time to make breakfast, and I want a nice treat.
You may also love my KFC Famous Bowls recipe.
What’s in the Crunchwrap
- Burrito Sized Tortilla
- Potatoes or Hashbrowns
- Bacon or Sausage (Try Air Fryer Bacon or Air Fryer Sausage)
- Creamy Taco Bell Sauce (Scroll below for the recipe and how to make it)
How to Make the Perfect Scrambled Eggs
Low heat is your friend! I often see people end up with burnt and brown eggs and it’s usually because the eggs were cooked at too high a heat and temperature. No matter what type of stove you are using, gas or electric, keep that heat low the whole time.
When you see the eggs are reaching the texture you like, turn the heat off completely. If you have an electric stove you should move your skillet to another burner. Leaving it on the warm burner will continue to cook the eggs, which also results in the eggs burning.
Be sure to whisk your eggs really well prior to adding them to the pan. If this wasn’t going in a crunchwrap (that already has cheese), I would add shredded cheese to the eggs while they scramble. You can do this if you wish!
What Type of Hashbrowns to Use
You can use whatever potatoes, shredded potatoes, or hashbrowns you like. When making this I used the frozen hashbrowns from Trader Joe’s. They aren’t something I use all of the time because they are cooked in vegetable oil. I air fry them while frozen for 9-10 minutes at 400 degrees, I make sure it’s crispy.
How to Make a Breakfast Crunchwrap
Detailed measurements and full instructions can be found in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
- Add hashbrowns, bacon, eggs, and cheese to a tortilla.
- Fold the tortilla to make pleats around the edges.
- Add an additional square sliced piece of a tortilla to seal.
- Sear or air fry.
What Type of Pan to Use to Get the Wrap Crispy
The best pan to use is a cast iron skillet. You can always count on it to deliver crispy edges for just about anything. You can also use a stainless steel pan. Those are also great for searing. In general, you want a pan that will sear well.
A tip to help with searing the wrap is to put something heavy over the wrap as it cooks in the pan. This will allow the wrap to really adhere to the surface and get really crispy. I usually place a cast iron over the wrap as it cooks since they tend to be heavy.
Air Fryer Instructions and Tips
You can air fry these if you wish. You can air fry them on 370 degrees for 6 minutes total. Flip halfway through at 3 minutes. You won’t save any additional time air frying. For me, the wrap has more of a crunch when you pan sear it vs air frying.
Taco Bell Creamy Jalapeno Sauce
You can make your own Taco Bell sauce right at home using my Homemade Taco Bell Creamy Jalapeno Sauce recipe. If you keep a well-stocked spice collection in your pantry, you should have most, if not all, of the ingredients you will need. Scroll below to the recipe card for the ingredients you will need.
The great thing about making your own sauce is you can tailor it to suit your needs. I like for the level of spice in the sauce to be more on the medium side. If you prefer less spice and something milder, reduce the amount of jalapenos and cayenne pepper in the recipe. If you are looking for something really sweet, add more sugar or sweetener.
Substitutions and Additional Topping Ideas
- Ranch Seasoning
- Ranch Dressing
- Chipotle Mayo
- Cooked Chicken Breast (Check out my Air Fryer Chicken Breast)
- Cooked Shrimp
- Pan Seared Salmon
Calories in Wrap
The wrap has around 600 calories. You can easily reduce the calories by making each wrap with just 1 egg and/or omitting the cheese, etc.
More Breakfast Recipes
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Sugar Free Blueberry Muffins
Keto Everything Bagels
Shrimp and Crab Quiche
Sweet Potato Avocado Toast
Air Fryer French Toast Sticks
Traeger Smoked Bacon
Air Fryer Hash Browns
Sweet Potato Oatmeal
Twisted Bacon Recipe
Fried Potatoes and Onions
Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole
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Pork Belly Tacos
Smoked Salsa Recipe
Instant Pot Chicken Tacos
Blackened Fish Tacos
Leftover Taco Meat Bowls
Air Fryer Taco Egg Rolls
Southwest Salad Recipe
Slow Cooker Crockpot Chicken Taco Soup
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Slow Cooker Crockpot Chicken Fajitas
Easy Breakfast Crunchwrap
- Lay 2 of the tortillas on a flat surface. You will use the third tortilla to slice into a small square necessary close and seal the crunchwraps when assembled.
- Layer the cooked food into the center tortillas. Start with the hasbrowns, eggs, bacon, and then cheese.
- Fold the tortillas along the edges to create pleats. You will notice a small area in the center that is exposed. Slice off a piece from the third tortilla you have on hand. Ensure it will fit over the gap.
Pan Sear Instructions
- Heat a skillet on medium-high heat with olive oil.
- Carefully pick up the crunchwrap and place it face down (the side with the extra tortilla strip) in the skillet.
- To anchor the wrap and to get it crispy, I place a heavy pan (cast iron) over the wrap once it's in the skillet. Cook for 2-3 minutes or until brown.
- Flip and sear the other side for 2-3 minutes.
- Cool before serving.
Air Fryer Instructions.
- Carefully pick up the crunchwrap and place it face down (the side with the extra tortilla strip) in the air fryer basket.
- Air fry for 6 minutes (flip halfway through) on 370 degrees.
- Cool before serving.