Copy Cat Taco Bell AM Crunch Wrap

Crispy pan fried tortillas are stuffed with all of your traditional breakfast fixings- like hash browns, fluffy scrambled eggs, crisp bacon, shredded cheddar, and a drizzle of taco sauce. This recipe for a copy cat Taco Bell AM crunch wrap is a must have; it’s spot on, and a great make-ahead grab & go option.

Copy Cat Taco Bell AM Crunchwrap

To all my regular readers and followers this is not news, but if you’re new here (HI!! we hope you come back to visit often) I’ll let you in on a well-known fact: I am NOT a morning person. At All. I make no secret of this, and my family knows it well. Do not approach me (period) if the coffee has not been brewed. When my cup’s half gone, you may proceed with caution.

Nope, scratch that, I’m headed to the bathroom. When only the dregs are left I bear a striking resemblance to something that passes for human and the Mom you know and love. You still may want to tread carefully for another 15 minutes or so though.

I bring this up because this crunchwrap is clearly a breakfast item. And it is. It literally embraces all of our favorite things about breakfast and lovingly ties them up in a crispy tortilla wrapped package. But I’m also here to tell you that it’s not subject to only AM hours as the name might imply.

You can happily make it for your family at brunch (ish) time, or even lunch as I’ve often done. Any takers on breakfast for dinner? Whatever time of day it’s served it’s always yummy and pretty filling.

Copy Cat Taco Bell AM Crunchwrap, a full cheesy egg & potatoes breakfast stuffed inside a crisp pan fried tortilla shell 

Tips & Tricks for These AM Crunchwraps:

  • When purchasing your tortillas for this recipe, make sure they’re the largest size they have to offer. The package should reference ‘burrito’ size. Anything else won’t fold properly and is too tiny to hold the right amount of filling.
  • Don’t have bacon? Diced ham or cooked crumbled sausage are both yummy substitutions.
  • Want to have enough eggs for the filling, but also extra to eat on the side or just to have on hand for later? Make a batch of our fool proof fluffy scrambled eggs.
  • Sharp cheddar is pretty much our go to shredded cheese in recipes. This recipe has plenty of wiggle room for other options. A fiesta blend, shredded Monterrey jack, or even a slightly spicy pepper jack all would work great.

A crispy hash brown base, fluffy scrambled eggs, shredded sharp cheddar, crispy bacon, and a ‘special’ sauce are all piled high on a burrito-sized flour tortilla. All that goodness is then folded in nice and close and toasted on a griddle so that both sides are nice and crispy.

It’s a breakfast schmorgasboard in every bite of this Taco Bell AM crunch wrap.  With the built-in convenience of grab and go packaging, this make ahead copy cat is heathier than it’s fast food twin and loads more convenient to get your hands on.

Other Tasty Taco Bell Copycats:

Copy Cat Taco Bell AM Crunchwrap

A delicious breakfast wrap the delivers all your favorite breakfast flavors from hand to mouth in a convenient, mouth-watering tortilla package.
3.25 from 4 votes
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Course: Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 255kcal


  • 2 large flour tortillas
  • 3-4 eggs beaten with 1 tbsp milk
  • 2-4 tbsp shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • heaping 1/2 cup crispy shredded hash browns or 2 fried hash brown patties
  • 4 tbsp mild Taco Bell sauce or hot sauce of your choice
  • 4 pieces bacon cooked crisp
  • non-stick spray
  • Taco Bell sauce for serving


  • Pour the beaten eggs into a skillet sprayed with cooking spray over medium. Salt and pepper the eggs to taste, and stir the eggs regularly, to prevent sticking, until they're cooked through and light and fluffy. Set the cooked eggs aside.
  • Use a large skillet over medium heat to warm the tortillas. Lay a tortilla in the skillet, and warm on each side for about 30 seconds so that the tortilla bends without ripping or tearing apart. Assemble the crunch wrap by adding half of the cup cooked hash browns or 1 cooked hash brown patty to the center of the tortilla. Spread half of the eggs evenly out over the hash browns, drizzle two tablespoons of the taco bell sauce (or hot saucover the eggs, sprinkle out half of the cheese, and finally add two pieces of bacon crumbled.
  • To close the crunch wrap, flip the side closest to you, to the center, then flip the right and left side to the center. Finish by closing the last right and left side to the center. You will end up with a five sided wrap. Spray the skillet you used to heat the tortilla in with some non-stick spray, heat for about 30-40 seconds on medium heat and then transfer the wrap to the skillet with the folded side down, it seals itself closed as it cooks, and when the bottom is nicely browned, carefully flip the wrap and heat on the other side, until that side is golden brown too. Serve with additional Taco Bell sauce for dipping.


Calories: 255kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 15g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 263mg | Sodium: 427mg | Potassium: 137mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 505IU | Calcium: 177mg | Iron: 2.3mg
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15 thoughts on “Copy Cat Taco Bell AM Crunch Wrap

  1. Too funny! I am a morning person. I do much better if my day gets off to a productive start. But we aren’t big breakfast eaters anyway. This would make a perfect lunch or breakfast for dinner item for us though, because we love breakfast food even if we don’t eat it for breakfast often!

  2. I love this!
    I’m a new visitor to your site and have enjoyed looking around. =)
    I often buy the Crunch Wraps at Taco Bell – but I have never made them at home, – this sounds perfect!
    Pinning! =)

    1. I’m so glad you could join us, Melissa! These are great– they taste just like the real deal and are super easy to make.

  3. Hi Meaghan, so I have these secret thing for what I call the “taco bell pinwheel”, not even sure what it is, but I find it so relish. This is the breakfast version of it, love it! Sharing!

    1. Sounds like you might be talking about the regular Crunchwrap! We make those too and eventually I will pause long enough to take pics before going ham on one so I can post the recipe, lol.

    1. I haven’t, but assume they would freeze well. I would probably bake them to crisp them up rather than microwave them. The only problem I see would be potential loss of ‘crunch’ from the center layer.

  4. 2 stars
    Okay where do you find the sauce or can you buy this all somewhere I prefer to buy it because I’m not a good cook but unfortunately Taco Bell is not serving breakfast around me anymore and I absolutely love the crunchwrap but I don’t know where to get the sauce. To me it’s just not as good without it.

    1. Almost all major grocery stores carry Taco Bell brand sauce in the Mexican/Hispanic section near the taco shells. I got mine at Walmart.

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