Crunch Wraps

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At my house, tacos could make an appearance on my dinner menu at least once a week.  Everyone is happy when we have them, but the old standard recipe can get boring.  So, I am always trying to make changes to the standard just to mix it up.  Tomorrow, I will be sharing my top 5 ways to mix up taco night for my fab five post.  Be sure to some back and check them out.

For today though, I have a brand new taco twist for you.  This is a copy cat version of a Taco Bell crunch wraps.  I have never had one of  Taco Bell’s crunch wraps but loved the idea, so we gave them a try and loved them.  It is basically a taco wrapped up a fun new way with the addition crunchy corn chip thrown in there but then you grill it to get the flour tortilla a little brown and crispy.  

Crunch Wraps | realmomkitchen.com

What a hit!  My youngest said, “Mom they’re a hexagon!” in between her bites while devouring her wrap.  I gave myself a pat on the back for reinforcing my daughters learning while eating dinner.

Crunch Wraps | realmomkitchen.com
Crunch Wraps | realmomkitchen.com
Crunch Wraps | realmomkitchen.com

Crunch Wraps

Real Mom Kitchen

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Course Beef
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 4 -5 servings



  • 1 lb ground beef prepared with 1 pkg of taco seasoning according to pkg directions for my family I only use have a pkg or I hear - "It's too spicy"
  • 4-5 burrito sized tortillas warmed
  • sour cream
  • tomatoes pico de gallo, or salsa
  • shredded cheddar cheese or nacho cheese sauce apparently that is what taco bell uses
  • tortilla chips slightly crushed (we used Fritos)
  • shredded lettuce


  • Spread a small circle of sour cream in the center of each tortilla.
  • Divide beef between tortillas placing in the center of each.
  • Then top each wrap with tomatoes, cheese, crushed tortilla chips and lettuce.
  • To fold, pull the bottom of the tortilla to the center and continue around the entire tortilla. There will be a small opening in the center and you will have a hexagon shape.
  • Place each wrap in a skillet over medium heat with the open side down.
  • Grill for about a minute on each side until browned.
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Recipe adapted from Full Bellies Make Happy Kids.

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