Bacon, Ham, and Egg Wrap with Honey Dijon Sauce

Sometimes when I ask Mr. Maebell what he wants for dinner he looks at me with pleading eyes and says, “please..just something simple.”

Ham, Bacon, and Egg Wrap with Honey Dijon Sauce

I have said before that spouses of food bloggers will someday need a support group. I totally stand by that. Sometimes I get caught up in an idea and go a little overboard. The dinner might be good, but it is a little much. Or the other side of that is that I get an idea, spend a lot of time on it, and then decide it is terrible and we eat cereal for dinner. That also happens a lot.

So, when he politely asks me to chill the heck out with the meals I don’t really blame him. That is kind of what happened the night that I made this wrap. Luckily, it ended up being a no fuss meal that was actually pretty darn impressive. I combined a lot of basic staples together to make a really filling wrap. Some deli ham, a couple slices of cooked bacon, an egg, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and of course a nice little sauce to top it all off.

Ham, Bacon, and Egg Wrap with Honey Dijon Sauce

This has quickly become one of our favorites. It can be thrown together in under 20 minutes and is sure to please even your pickiest eater!

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Bacon, Ham, and Egg Wrap with Honey Dijon Sauce
Recipe type: Wrap
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Serves: 2
  • 4 slices of ham
  • 4 slices of bacon
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 2 slices of swiss cheese
  • 4 lettuce leafs
  • 4 slices of tomato
  • 2 large tortilla wraps (I used Udi's gluten free)
  • 1 tablespoon mayo
  • 2 teaspoons dijon mustard
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  1. Heat a skillet on medium to medium low heat and cook the bacon until crisp, approximately 4 minutes on each side. Remove bacon from skillet and place on paper towels.
  2. Wipe the skillet clean and return to heat. Place each tortilla in the skillet for bout 30 seconds, or until lightly browned. Place each tortilla on a plate. Top with 2 teaspoons of the honey dijon, two slices of ham, one slice of cooked bacon, one slice of cheese, two leaves, two tomato slices, and set aside.
  3. Spray the skillet with cooking spray and carefully pour a beaten egg into the skillet. When the egg is set, flip, and let it cook an additional 20 seconds. Remove from heat and place on wrap.
  4. Carefully roll your wrap and slice down the center.


28 Responses to Bacon, Ham, and Egg Wrap with Honey Dijon Sauce

  1. I can totally relate, Annie! I always try to put new twists on dinners or try something new. I think my husband wants to have more tried and true favorites, but what’s the fun in that? :)

    This wrap looks gorgeous! I love all of the easy ingredients you used…definitely my kind of wrap. And your tortillas looks delicious, too! I will definitely have to check out the gluten-free kind.

  2. Haha, my poor husband can totally relate to yours. He hates leftovers, and we always have our fridge packed with leftovers. Unless they’re baked dessert leftovers, he looooves those! Haha!

    This bacon ham and egg wrap sounds delicious! Would be tasty for breakfast or dinner : )

  3. Cailee says:

    YUM!!! This looks delicious!! And I love your blog! The set up is so beautiful!! Great photography as well!! :)

  4. Um, I love this. I can have it for breakfast and then again for lunch and possibly dinner. That picture looks so good!

    • Maebells says:

      Thanks Leah! I had just photographed these when you posted your wrap recipe. That is why I commented on how hard they are to photograph. They just kind of sit there! ha!

  5. yum… this is just what I’m craving right now and that honey, dijon sauce sounds divine! definitely will be recreating the sauce in my kitchen!

  6. My idea of an ultimate wrap right here! These look AMAZING, Annie! And that honey dijon sauce sounds like the PERF topper!

  7. This wrap looks mega good! Love the flavours and ingredients all packed into it!

  8. Kelly says:

    Haha your husband is too funny and sounds like mine :) He would absolutely love this ultimate jam packed wrap and so would I. It looks all kinds of amazing!

  9. Monet says:

    Lol. You are right. A spouse support group. So true! These egg wraps look so delightful though. I wish we were having this for dinner! Thank you for sharing! I’m glad I found your blog! Adding you to my feedly now ;-)

  10. Mary Frances says:

    Haha, a food blogger family member support group – that’s awesome. Chill the heck out, yep, that is why I have stuck with desserts because I’m pretty sure my family wouldn’t wait for dinner to be photographed :) I <3 honey and Dijon mustard – WHY have I never combined them before? I could go for several of these wraps Annie!

  11. “When he politely asks me to chill the heck out…” made me laugh sooo much! I drive my parents crazy sometimes baking elaborate things or cooking them complicated dinners… but it’s worth it in the end, I guess! This looks so awesome. The colors are gorgeous!

  12. This looks sssooo good! I am always at a loss of what to make for breakfast – and this one made my mouth water! YUM!

  13. This looks so good! Now I’m craving breakfast for dinner :)

  14. Isadora says:

    That is so funny, Annie! I think my husband needs to talk with your husband, they probably have a lot in common, haha! Last night, I got a little carried away making something I thought he would love, long story short, he did not love it and we ended up eating frozen pizza. This wrap looks like it would be easy, delicious, and not a disapointment at all!

    • Maebells says:

      Hahaha! I love this! Our “go to” failure dinner is chocolate chex. Thank goodness they are at least understanding of our failures!

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