Cheeseburger Wraps

I absolutely love grilled food.
Shortly after we got married, one of our first purchases was a grill. And . . . even after nine years of marriage, I still don’t know how to use the grill without my husband standing right by my side. I am afraid that I will singe my arm hair off . . . it’s a fear I need to get over! 🙂
My husband works late a couple nights a week, so if I am craving grilled food and he’s not around, I am out of luck.

The other night I wanted a a yummy hamburger, but my husband wasn’t home to fire up the grill. I started looking online for alternative and came across these wraps . . . they were amazing!!! They were delicious and my kids devoured them. My husband threw some bacon in there and swore it was even better.

So even without a grill, you can still have your cheeseburgers. 🙂

Serves: 5

Cheeseburger Wraps

5 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

20 minTotal Time

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  • 1 lb ground beef
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 1 tablespoon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon dried minced onion
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 5 flour tortillas
  • 1 1/2 cups cheddar cheese
  • additional hamburger toppings you like (tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, ketchup, mustard, etc)


  1. In a large skillet, brown hamburger until no longer pink. Add ketchup, mustard, onion, Worcestershire sauce, and salt and pepper and cook for about 2 minutes, until all combined.
  2. Take a tortilla and line the middle with a small amount of cheddar cheese. Add some cooked hamburger beef and then top with your favorite hamburger toppings. Roll the tortilla up and tuck in the ends (like a burrito). You can either eat as is or throw on a grill (or even an indoor grill- like a George Foreman grill) for 3-5 minutes (just until you see grill marks).
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Main Dish

Recipe slightly adapted from Organize Yourself Skinny

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39 Responses to “Cheeseburger Wraps”

    • Kristen
      That is the most ridiculous thing I've heard/read all day ... maybe all month. There is NO reason that a woman can't or should not know the basics of how to work things like a grill (or a lawnmower, power tools, etc.) My husband does not "need something that only [he] can do" related to cooking. What absolute hogwash! To Camille, there is nothing to be afraid of; if you have managed to keep your arm hair cooking on a stove, with a broiler, etc., you will very likely keep it when you are grilling. :-) Hope you can find the confidence to give it a go on your own; I can't imagine limiting myself to grilling only when my husband is home!
    • Lin...I TOTALLY get what you are saying! I COOK(no processed crap) breakfast EVERY morning for my daughter and I pack her lunch. I also cook dinner at least 6 nights of the week. Cooking is my thing so it doesn't bother me to cook so much at all. I work full time so after I get off work, go to the gym, rush home and have dinner within a reasonable time so I can help my daughter with her school work and spend a little time with her......I LOVE IT when my husband cooks on the grill and the only thing I have to do is prepare sides. If I learned how to grill I guarantee my husband would probably say my food taste better and no more relaxing while he cooks. So I'll say learn how to grill but keep letting your husband do it!
      Seriously, I so agree with you. I think other posters missed what you were trying to say. When I got together with my hubby he burned everything (dogs/burgers) on the grill. Between my Dad and I, we taught him how to grill anything/everything. He was so proud of himself there is no way I'd take that away from him. In the meantime, I love this recipe, thanks for posting. CHEERS, CC
  1. Camille
    We love Life as a Lofthouse!! Her recipes are amazing. I just googled it and found her recipe here: She actually found her recipe over at Semi-Homemade Mom and I found mine over at Skinny Mom's Kitchen (which I cited in the recipe)! Gotta love the internet! :)
  2. DianeM
    I made these for dinner and they were soooo yummy and filling :) The only thing I didn't have on hand was pickle slices and next time I'll make sure I do as those would've been the "frosting on the cake" ...I used French's yellow mustard and Velveeta shredded cheese and got a real authentic "fast food" burger flavor :)
  3. I made these tonight for me and my husband and they were so good! Although, instead of adding a bit of cheese to the tortilla, I just mixed it in with the hamburger. Very gooooooey. :) I'm looking forward to making it for my kids - all 5 of them...even the picky one! Thank you for sharing!

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