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The BEST Vegan Crunchwrap Supreme

Nisha Vora
Just like the Crunchwrap Supreme from Taco Bell but VEGAN! Layers of vegan nacho cheese sauce, homemade vegan taco meat, sour cream, guacamole, crispy tostadas, and more! The most unbelievably delicious copycat fast food recipe you will ever taste!
5 from 106 votes
Prep Time 2 hrs
Cook Time 30 mins
Total Time 2 hrs 30 mins
Course Dinner
Cuisine Mexican


  • 10-inch burrito-size flour tortillas
  • Vegan Taco Meat (recipe below)
  • Vegan Nacho Cheese Sauce (recipe below)
  • Tostada Shells (store-bought, or homemade recipe below)
  • Vegan Sour Cream (store-bought, or homemade recipe below)
  • Guacamole (recipe below)
  • Chopped tomatoes
  • Salsa of choice
  • Shredded iceberg lettuce
  • Cilantro leaves


  • Place a flour tortilla on a flat surface. Reserve an extra tortilla and cut it into four wedges - you’ll use it to patch up the bottom of each crunchwrap (most burrito-size tortillas are not large enough; see notes and photos in blog post).
    NOTE: if you’re just making one crunchwrap, you can use your tostada shell to cut out a round of the flour tortilla of the same size and use it to patch up the bottom of the crunchwrap (this is the prettier option but more wasteful if you’re making more than one crunchwrap).
  • Add all of the fillings, but do not overstuff or overfill! Spread out a layer of the Vegan Nacho Cheese Sauce in the middle, in roughly the same size as the tostada shell, but leave a generous border. Add some of the Vegan Taco Meat on top, spreading out to the border of the cheese sauce.
  • Spread some Vegan Sour Cream onto a Tostada Shell. Place the tostada shell on top of the vegan ground beef, sour cream side face up.
  • Top the sour cream with a small handful of chopped tomatoes, followed by a few spoons of salsa, a small handful of shredded lettuce, a few spoons of the Guacamole, and a few cilantro leaves. Place one of the extra tortilla cut-wedges on top of the fillings.
  • To fold, start with the bottom of the flour tortilla and fold the edge up over the center. Continue this process, for a total of 6 folds (like a hexagon) and press down to ensure the tortilla doesn’t unfold.
    NOTE: If your flour tortillas are dry, I recommend briefly microwaving them in a damp paper towel to add some moisture, as dry tortillas will start to unfold.
  • Cook the crunchwraps. Heat a skillet with a bit of oil over medium heat. Add a crunchwrap, seam-side down and cook for 2-3 minutes, until the surface is golden brown. Flip and cook for another 2-3 minutes until the second side is golden-brown. Take off the heat, slice in half, and enjoy!


Keyword quesadillas
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