505 Southwestern MexiWraps Beef & Cheddar Wrap, 4 count, 22 oz
Okay so I haven't tried the beef ones but for some reason the chicken ones weren't on here. These are so good and they are quick and easy to have as a snack. I will say they aren't as good if you don't put them in a skillet after microwaving but they are still so good. Will be trying the other flavors.
Omg this are amazing I get mines from sams club in a box and they taste SO GOOD! The best thing ever! They are fulfilling and it is easy to heat up I love the taste of them and they don't leave a nasty aftertaste.
If you are like me and live 15+ minutes from civilization, driving somewhere to get food can be a chore. I bought this to compare it to Taco Bell's wrap. Even though it has pinto beans (not a fan of them), the wrap wasn't that bad. The way I cooked it was in a conventional oven for 25 minutes to make the wrap more crunchy. It may not taste exactly like the wraps you can get at TB, but there is no lack in spice and flavor.
These were pretty awful. They're nothing like the picture. There's basically no meat or cheese in them. They don't heat up in the time they're supposed to. They fall apart when you try to eat them. They don't have much flavor and they're more spicy than anything else. They are super small too.
These beef and cheddar wrap are very good. I cook them on nights i dont feel like cooking but they are best if you prepare them the way the package says. It dont taste right if you just microwave it and not grill it. But it is affordable and can be found at walmart.
These tasted more like a typical frozen burrito. We cooked in the oven and still werent thrilled, even after adding sauce, more cheese and lettuce.
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