Jammin’ Breakfast Crunch Wrap!

Ginormous, protein-packed breakfast crunch wrap filled with egg whites, cheese, and yes, strawberry jam! It’s a breakfast full of flavor explosions and epic proportions! Quite literally 😉 And a LFF reader favorite! 🙌🏼

I have now successfully had this crunch wrap every day for a week, so I figured it was about time I posted it! I am so incredibly impressed with how this one turned out!

This crunch wrap is one of those foods that you can’t put down no matter how hard you try. There is no bite, swallow, sip of water, do something else for a second and repeat. No. You bite, take another bite, then another, and another, and then you have to consciously remind yourself that you should probably take a sip of water now… 😂

THE FLAVORS. Really I can’t even put into words. There is bread, cheese, more cheese, savory ranch flavor and sweet strawberry jam. I have always been one who loves a good sweet + savory combo and this wrap is no exception! I mean wrap is the EPITOME of sweet and savory!

If it sounds weird to you, just trust me. Just try it. I can’t rave enough about how delicious this wrap truly is and I want everyone to experience the magic!

WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS JAMMIN CRUNCH WRAP

  • It’s freaking incredible. I can’t stress this enough.
  • I mean really — bread, cheese, more cheese, ranch seasoned egg whites and strawberry jam. THE FLAVOR CANNOT BE TAMED.
  • Easy and quick breakfast!
  • Macro-friendly (lower carb, lower fat, higher protein) than your standard breakfast crunch wrap
  • Just requires a handful of staple ingredients!

INGREDIENTS

  • Flatbread/lavash bread – there are many options here. I love using Joseph’s Lavash bread or Cut Da Carb bread. Use whatever flatbread/wrap you wish!
  • Egg whites
  • Cauliflower rice – I recommend frozen as you don’t need a whole lot. I just keep a bag of it stored in the freezer.
  • Laughing cow cheese wedges – these wedges are PERFECT for spreading. I love the Swiss kind usually but also love switching between the flavors they have
  • Strawberry jam – I used sugar free to keep calories a little lower but any kind works!
  • American slice cheese – or any flavor slice cheese. I used Kraft 2% American because it melts SO GOOD!
  • Cooking spray

HOW TO MAKE

For the egg white patty:

  1. Pour the egg whites, cauliflower rice and ranch seasoning into a microwave-safe bowl and microwave for 1:30-2 minutes. You can also cook the patty in a small pan on the stovetop.

For the wrap:

  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil. Place the flatbread on the baking sheet and spread the laughing cow cheese wedge in the center of the wrap.
  2. Add the strawberry jam on top of the cheese layer.
  3. Top egg white patty on top of cheese and jam in the center of the wrap.
  4. Add the sliced cheese on top. Then fold the edges up and over the center like a crunch wrap. Spray both sides with cooking spray.
  5. Set the oven to broil. Place the crunch wrap in the oven 2-3 minutes, or until the wrap starts to turn golden brown along the edges. Watch closely because it will toast fast!
  6. Take out, flip the wrap to the other side and toast until both sides are toasted to liking.

THE EGG WHITE PATTY

Another thing I have yet to mention – this wrap is HUGE. Like size of your head huge. The egg whites and cauliflower rice act as the voluminous substances here. And if you aren’t a fan of egg whites or cauliflower, don’t you worry. With the ranch seasoning + mixture of cheeses, you can’t taste either!

If you wish, you can definitely omit the cauliflower rice and be just fine. I will say, the egg white is more tough if you decide to omit the cauliflower, so if you’re going to go JUST the egg white route, I would maybe make the egg white on the stove top in a small frying pan instead.

HOW TO FOLD A CRUNCH WRAP

If you find your crunch wrap folding skills are less than subpar and the photos above did not help, check out how I fold mine in the video below! And if all else fails, just fold like a burrito. It will still taste yummy regardless, I promise. 😂

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Yield: 1

Jammin' Breakfast Crunch Wrap

Jammin' Breakfast Crunch Wrap

Ginormous, protein-packed breakfast crunch wrap filled with egg whites, cheese, and yes, strawberry jam! It’s a breakfast full of flavor explosions and epic proportions! Quite literally 😉 And a LFF reader favorite! 🙌🏼

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 whole Joseph's Lavash wrap - or another long flatbread/wrap of your choice
  • 1/2 cup egg whites (120g)
  • 3/4 cup frozen cauliflower rice (82g)
  • 1 Laughing Cow Swiss cheese wedge
  • 1 slice 2% American cheese
  • 1 Tbsp sugar free strawberry jam (17g)
  • 1 tsp ranch seasoning mix or other seasoning of choice
  • cooking spray

Instructions

  1. For the egg white patty: spray a microwave-safe bowl with nonstick cooking spray. Add the cauliflower rice, egg whites and ranch seasoning mix. Microwave for 1:30-2 minutes. You can also cook the patty in a small pan on the stovetop if you prefer and you can omit the cauliflower and just use egg whites if you wish.
  2. For the wrap: Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil.
  3. Place the flatbread on the baking sheet and spread the laughing cow cheese wedge in the center of the wrap (about the size of your egg white patty).
  4. Add the strawberry jam on top of the cheese layer.
  5. Top egg white patty on top of cheese and jam in the center of the wrap. Add the sliced cheese on top of the patty.
  6. Fold the edges up and over the center like a crunch wrap. Spray both sides with cooking spray.
  7. Set the oven to broil. Place the crunch wrap in the oven 2-3 minutes, or until the wrap starts to turn golden brown along the edges. Watch CLOSELY because it will toast fast!
  8. Take out, flip the wrap to the other side and toast until both sides are toasted to liking.
  9. Let cool for 5 minutes and enjoy!

Notes

MFP entry: LFF Jammin' Crunch Wrap

If you chose to use a different flatbread you can log that separate and log the rest of the crunch wrap with this entry:

  • LFF Jammin' Crunch Wrap Naked
  • 126 calories 10.2C | 4F | 12.3P

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 265Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 1gCarbohydrates: 26.2gFiber: 4gSugar: 2.2gProtein: 24.3g

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16 Comments

  1. This was amazing!! So flavorful and filling!! I will be making this on repeat. I couldn’t find laughing cow cheese at my grocery store so I used 2 tbsp of whipped cream cheese instead and it turned out great. Thank you for this delish recipe! Highly recommend!

  2. This crunch wrap is on my weekly bfast rotation because it’s sooooo good. I made it this morning 🙂 the flavors or sweet and savory are the best. If you’re at all on the fence, MAKE THIS. You won’t regret it and cannot taste the cauliflower at all if that’s a concern.

  3. Love love love this recipe! I have yet to try it with the ranch seasoning but I bet it would be delicious. So much volume and so filling yet the macros are great. I love the combo of sweet and salty/sweet and savory so I knew right when I saw this recipe I had to try it. I’ve made it 3-4 times so far and can’t wait to make it again. 😊 I’ve made a few variations… I normally use grape jelly instead of strawberry; sometimes I add ham to it; I’ve also used part skim shredded mozzarella when I haven’t had the laughing cow cheese. Always delicious!! Thank you again for this recipe.

  4. I have been obsessed with this breakfast wrap! It is so filling and full of volume. The flavors that Lauren put together are honestly one of a kind and so delicious. I love that this fits easily into my macro tracking for the day. I will continue to recommend this recipe to everyone. Thank you for this delicious creation!!

  5. This has been my OBSESSION since the beginning of spring. I can’t get enough of it! I also love to add the pickled onions to it for extra crunch. So good!!

  6. One of my all time favorite recipes of Lauren’s! So easy and so good. Would never think to do the savory eggs and sweet jam together but it so works! I play around with this recipe and add meat or more cheese, etc., and it always turns out soooo good! Tons of volume too so it’s great for a cut!
    Thanks for the fab recipe!

  7. One of my all time favorite recipes of Lauren’s! So easy and so good. Would never think to do the savory eggs and sweet jam together but it so works! I play around with this recipe and add meat or more cheese, etc., and it always turns out soooo good! Tons of volume too so it’s great for a cut!
    Thanks for the fab recipe!

  8. This is sooo good and I’ve made it everyday this week. I do have a question though, all I can find are the large lavash wraps that are 2 servings per wrap. Are you using the whole thing or only half? Ive been using half, but its not big enough to make a crunchwrap out of. Thanks!

  9. I’ve made this several times and for the life of me I can’t figure out how to make my cauliflower and egg mixture form a patty. It always gets really burnt on the bottom and it’s really wet on the top and when I flip it it all falls apart. If anybody can give me some advice it would be much appreciated

    • Hey Tisha! I would try making it in the microwave as it is easier that way! Just spray a bowl with cooking spray, add half the cauliflower rice (pre-heated), ranch seasoning, and half the egg whites, then microwave for two minutes. Then repeat with the remainder! That is how I usually do it now because its easier, then I just cut the bread in half so I have two wraps 🙂

  10. do you think you could meal prep these for the week and place them in the freezer ??! curious how the jam would hold up freezing/heating.

    might do a rendition of these for a meal prepped version of breakfast burritos, have you tried freezing or reheating?? thanks so much!!!!

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