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Recipe: Hamburger Wraps

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Looking for a new, simple, family-pleasing recipe?

I am re-posting a recipe that I posted 3 1/2 years ago, because it is one of my kids favorites. It was a Pinterest pin that has now become a family favorite.

It is a tried and true recipe my family keeps going back to over and over again. Heavens, my kids ask for Hamburger Wraps for their birthdays!

I’m telling you, we had these just the other night and I was so impressed with how easy they were to whip up for dinner and how my kids made them in no time flat. Not to mention how utterly crispy, messy, juicy and tasty they were.

The recipe I am drooling over and referring to is Grilled Cheeseburger Wraps.

 However, my kids have renamed our version to plain ole’ Hamburger Wraps–I guess the name was too long and frilly for them.

Even though the name has been changed, we absolutely STILL go crazy over this recipe and I appreciate having an easy meal my family raves over and gets them excited to show up at dinner time.

Plus, you don’t have to get crazy gourmet ingredients to pull this off for your family (even though they would be fantastic as gourmet). You probably have everything in your fridge right now to make Hamburger Wraps for dinner tonight!

You can also make this as “special-diet” as you need. Just omit those things you can’t have or don’t like and replace with those things you can have and do like.

Use ground turkey, tofu, or shredded chicken for the protein. Or you can skip the meat and totally just go with veggies! You can even use gluten-free wraps for those in the GF camp. There’s no stopping the variations and combinations of this delicious and versatile recipe.

Some of our favorite items to put in Hamburger Wraps are:

raw onions, tomatoes, dill pickles, jalapeños, mustard, ketchup, BBQ sauce, and shredded cheese.

(If your still looking for the recipe, click here to find it.)

What combinations are you going try?

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