Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap

This Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap is so easy, stuffed with classic burger ingredients and wrapped in a crunchy tortilla. Use any burger meat you wish here!

Turkey Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap
Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap

Recently I shared this Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap on my Instagram and Pinterest feed and it pretty much went viral! So many of you asked for the recipe so here it is. Inspired by Taco Bell’s popular Crunch Wrap Supreme, only with hamburger ingredients on a low-carb wrap for a fun twist on the classic. For more unique cheeseburger recipes, try my Inside Out Turkey Cheeseburgers, Cheeseburger Soup, and Cheeseburger Salad.

Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap

The first time I made this crunch wrap on Instagram, I used lean beef for the patty which I found a bite dry. This time around, I used 93% ground turkey, and it was much juicier. Feel free to use whatever kind of ground meat you prefer, meatless burgers work fine too. Just make sure your tortilla is at least 10 inches.

Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap Ideas

I filled my crunch wrap with traditional burger fixins’: cheddar cheese, ketchup, mustard, dill pickles, red onions, and shredded lettuce. Below are even more ideas for what to put in your cheeseburger wrap. Let me know in the comments what combinations you come up with!

Also, Taco Bell puts a tostada in the middle of their wrap to make it crunch. I left it out to save calories, but if you want the crunch, add it!

  • Sauce: BBQ sauce, Dijon mustard, mayo, salsa
  • Veggies: Caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms, avocado, pickled onions
  • Cheese: Blue cheese, gouda, brie, white cheddar
  • Spice: Jalapenos, green chilies
  • Meat: Bacon
  • Crunch: Tostada, potato chips, air fryer fries

How to Fold a Crunch Wrap

  • Lay a 10-inch tortilla down and put the burger patty on the bottom with all the other ingredients on top.
  • Fold one of the sides of the tortilla over and then keep folding the other sides over each other.
  • Place the wrap folded side down in the skillet or air fryer and cook for a couple minutes to seal the tortilla.
  • Flip over to brown the other side.

Cheeseburger Crunch Wrapturkey burger raw

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Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap

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354 Cals 33 Protein 22 Carbs 18.5 Fats
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
Yield: 2 servings
COURSE: Dinner, Lunch, Snack
CUISINE: American
This Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap is so easy, stuffed with classic burger ingredients and wrapped in a crunchy tortilla. Use any burger meat you wish here!

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces 93% ground turkey
  • 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 large, 10-inch low-carb tortillas (Tumaros)
  • 2 slices American or cheddar, (.7 ounces each)
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 1 tablespoon golden mustard
  • dill pickle and red onion slices
  • shredded lettuce
  • olive oil spray

Optional for crunch:

  • Add air fryer french fries or chips, if desired (extra)

Instructions

  • Form meat into two flat patties, 1/3 inch thick.  Season with salt.

For Skillet:

  • Spray a skillet and heat over medium heat. Add the burgers and cook 5 minutes on each side, until cooked through.
  • Wipe clean and spray with oil, keep heated over medium-low heat.
  • Place the burger in the center of the wrap followed by the cheese, pickles, onion, ketchup, mustard and lettuce. Fold the sides over to crunch wrap it by folding the sides over each other.
  • Place on the hot skillet, folded side down. Cook until browned, 1 to 2 minutes, then flip and continue cooking until browned and crisp, 1 to 2 minutes more.

For Air Fryer:

  • Air fry the burgers 400F 10 to 14 min turning halfway, until cooked through in the center.
  • Wipe the air fryer basket clean and spray with oil.
  • Place the burger in the center of the wrap followed by the cheese, pickles, onion, ketchup, mustard and lettuce.
  • Fold the sides over to crunch wrap it and place it on the air fryer basket, folded side down.
  • Preheat your air fryer for 5 minutes at 400 degrees F, and then add your wrap inside folded side down, spritz the top with oil and air fry for 4 to 5 minutes, flip carefully halfway.

Video

Notes

Personally I think this worked better in a skillet.

Nutrition

Serving: 1crunch wrap, Calories: 354kcal, Carbohydrates: 22g, Protein: 33g, Fat: 18.5g, Saturated Fat: 6.5g, Cholesterol: 103.5mg, Sodium: 1282.5mg, Fiber: 10g, Sugar: 1.5g
Blue Smart Points: 11
Green Smart Points: 11
Purple Smart Points: 11
Keywords: cheeseburger crunch wrap, crunch wrap, Turkey Cheeseburger

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35 comments

  1. What is Golden Mustard?!?

  2. The Cheeseburger Crunch wrap was delicious and will always be a staple in my home. I did not miss the bun at all. I used 93/7 ground turkey and Xtreme Wellness low carb tortillas. I placed my burger on top of my toppings then folded the tortilla around it to avoid a mess! I just love Skinny Taste recipes!

  3. FINALLY MADE THEM AND THEY ARE SOOOO GOOD.

  4. I love this recipe, it’s so simple and delicious! I use 93% lean turkey and make the burgers on a skillet and they have been juicy every time. I use the carb smart wheat Mission burrito wraps which are large enough to wrap and crunch up well on the skillet. I did find that putting the ketchup and other fixings on first and laying the burger on top worked better for me to keep things tidy – when I did it the opposite I ended up with a ketchup mess when I folded the wrap. 

  5. These were SO tasty!! Thank you for wonderful recipe!!

  6. Cool idea but not worth the work. Just make a burger I used so many plates and pots and it was messy. 

  7. This is seriously so good that I went through 6 pounds of ground turkey this week. Mainly for me. I could eat this for every meal!! 

    Cooked mine in a skillet. Make a bunch of patties up and take them out and put them in a tortilla as you need them. 

  8. Made these this evening soooo good!  I did add a little Fritos jalapeño cheese to them… husband loved them!

  9. I’ve made this three times since you posted the recipe- SO easy and SO delicious. So juicy that nobody can believe it’s made with lean turkey. Thank you so much for our new favorite weeknight meal!

  10. This recupe is fab! Made it this week-end and was a big hit. I used beef and folowed the skillet instructions. The video was very helpful on how to fold. Definately need 10″ tortilla.

  11. great! I love the low carb wraps and always have those on hand. I used a veggie burger, and ( no oil needed–heated some red onion and mushrooms in microwave for a minute to soften and then dried them a bit with a paper towel before adding to sandwich,) used a laughing cow white cheddar wedge a smidgen of Dijon arugula spinach, Can do combos to hearts content. Heated mine in skillet, fast easy

  12. These were delicious! Tasted just like a McDonald’s Cheeseburger! And super easy and quick!

  13. So easy and delicious – I made it last night and am having it twice today!!! I sliced my onion really thin so it wasn’t really raw as another commenter was worried it would be. I made it in the frying pan but finished off for a few mins in the air fryer 🙂

  14. Would I be able to meal prep this? Such as cook the paddies before and then when needed put in the wrap and then cook ! 

  15. This was so quick and easy!  Used turkey like the recipe suggested and it was SO good!

  16. This was so good and easy! I used gluten free wraps and it tasted great. The burger was seared well. I used a cast iron pan. I did add just a little bit of garlic powder to the burger. I really enjoyed the mix of mustard and ketchup. I served veggies on the side. Thanks Gina for a great, fun dinner.

  17. Made this last night. It was meatless Monday so we used the beyond meat burger patties. Hubby liks red pepper so we cooked it in the air fryer. We added cheese argula and condiments. It was delicious and so much better without a big bun. I couldn’t find lo carb tortillas so I just used the regular ones. This will definitely be a repeat dinner. Make it with whatever protein you want.

  18. Ohh! I can’t wait to try this with a veggie patty for me, and a regular burger for my boyfriend! Where do you find 10″ Tumaro’s wraps? I’ve only seen 8″ in the stores. Thanks!

  19. Simple, easy and delicious! Everyone in my house loved it! The only change I made was cooking the onion with the ground turkey as my family doesn’t like raw onion. Another keeper!
    Thanks Gina!❤️

  20. What brand 10″ wraps or tortillas do people use? I looked up Tumaros but could only find 8″. Thanks for your suggestions.

  21. What a great idea.  I love a burger but hate the bun.  I really enjoyed my burger last night wrapped in the tortilla and crisped up in the skillet.  I used a pesto/garlic tortilla wrap which added even more flavour.  Great idea, and so simple.

  22. It’s so weird and a little sad how my comments don’t always show up. Like mine to this recipe yesterday. But comments disparaging others show up and sit there for days, like the salmon rice recipe one, which was really awful btw.  I’d love to see a better moderated comment site here, Gina. I own all your books, I’m not on social media but I support the heck out of you. I know you aren’t here as much as IG I guess. it’s cool. I can just not comment. This isn’t the first time. 🤷‍♀️ anyway. As I said before. I will be adding this to my to make list. 

    • I’m sorry you feel that way, I always do me best to stay on top of comments but as yesterday was Mother’s Day, I was spending the day with family. Comments are being approved and moderated this morning.

  23. It’s so good! I made it with Turkey burger!

  24. I have to say this was such an easy meal for the family. Happened to see it on IG so made it before posted here. My 8 year old does not like hamburgers, but I convinced her to try this one, thinking that she may like it better with the tortilla sub for the bun. She loved it! We used 8″ tortillas (because my husband accidentally bought the wrong size). I can see where 10″ are ideal because it would close easier – ours were a struggle to stay closed but once they were in the skillet it still sealed shut. We used traditional toppings as well and it was nice because we could modify for everyone’s tastes, and it was still so quick to pull together. We have an air fryer, but used a skillet for the burger and to cook it within the tortilla. Would definitely choose the skillet again.

  25. Add Casava chips for crunch, yummy!

  26. I made this with a Boca Vegan patty and plant based-cheddar cheese plus all the rest of the fixings. It was was easy and delicious! A nice change-up to add to my lunch rotation. Thanks!

  27. I think I may attempt to make a Kraut Burger with this method.  A bit of a German twist to the recipe. 

  28. What if no air fryer? Will skillet work?

  29. This recipe was so easy to make and very delicious! I really like that it didn’t require a lot of ingredients and complicated directions. This is a keeper!!

  30. This is brilliant! I can’t wait to try it, putting it on the list for next week 😋