Ham & hash browns loaded with cheddar and a quick honey mustard mayo make a perfect lunch or breakfast on the go!  These breakfast wraps can be made ahead of time and frozen and since they contain no eggs, no microwave is required!  Thank you to our friends at Flatout for sponsoring this delicious idea!

Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wrap cut in half and stacked, with text

I love a good savory breakfast and will always choose ham and eggs over pancakes and waffles. My daughter loves a good savory breakfast too but she’s not an egg person. She won’t eat eggs no matter how you cook them (unless they’re in the form of a cake) which means more often than not she’ll choose a sweeter breakfast or just have hash browns, bacon and toast.

Two hands holding a Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wrap

Because I always choose savory, I love breakfast wraps.  They’re delicious and easy and loaded with so many great things!  I wish my daughter liked them because I feel like they would make the perfect easy make ahead lunch too but…  the eggs.

And then it occurred to me… why does a breakfast wrap HAVE to have eggs in it?  Who makes the rules anyhow?

Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wrap cut in two, with potato cubes

I mean if you like eggs then they’re great but if you don’t there are really so many other delicious things to add to a breakfast wrap. I used Flatout flatbreads to create these amazing ham and hash brown wraps with cheese and a creamy honey mustard mayo and without eggs for my daughter (and she and my niece are crazy for them) … and I have to admit, I love them too.

Several Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wraps, wrapped in plastic and labled

The best part is that they can be made ahead of time and then put in the freezer. We make a whole batch at once and then take them from the freezer the night before and add them to her lunch bag. By lunch they’re perfect and ready to eat. Since these breakfast wraps don’t contain eggs, they don’t even need to be heated. If my daughter is at home, she’ll pop them in the microwave for a little bit to melt the cheese but if she’s taking them to school she will eat them as is!

Ingredients for Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wraps, including Flatout Wraps, potatoes, ham and cheese

I prefer the “homestyle” hash browns in this recipe because of the texture but any variety would work including diced or shredded (you can even whip up your own from scratch if you prefer).  I use a cheddar cheese because that’s our favorite with ham but again, this recipe is very versatile so feel free to use your favorite kind.  Adding extra veggies into the hash browns while they’re cooking adds both extra flavor and nutrition into this recipe! Any variety of Flatout flatbread will work in this recipe, we used Original Light.

Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wrap cut in half and stacked, with text
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Ham & Hash Brown Breakfast Wraps (without eggs)

Ham & hash browns loaded with cheddar and a quick honey mustard mayo make a perfect lunch or breakfast on the go! These breakfast wraps can be made ahead of time and frozen and since they contain no eggs, no microwave is required! Thank you to our friends at Flatout for sponsoring this delicious idea!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 6 wraps
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  • 1 package Flatout flatbreads
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 package frozen Homestyle or Diced Hash Browns (approx 32oz)
  • ½ red bell pepper , diced
  • seasoning salt to taste
  • 6 oz thinly sliced ham
  • 1 ⅓ cup cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup fresh spinach (optional)

Honey Mustard Sauce

  • cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 2 teaspoons yellow mustard


  • Heat oil in a large skillet. Add hash browns and red pepper and season to taste with seasoning salt. Cook until softened and lightly browned. Cool completely.
  • Combine honey mustard ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Lay out 6 Flatout wraps. Spread honey mustard on the bottom ⅓ of the wrap.
  • Top with spinach, 1 oz of ham, ½ cup of hash browns & cheddar cheese. Roll tightly.
  • Roll each wrap in plastic wrap and label. Place rolls in a freezer bag.

To Serve

  • Heat on 75% powder for 90 seconds or until defrosted and heated through OR place Hash Brown wrap in the refrigerator overnight to pack in a lunch box. (No heating required).
4.75 from 4 votes

Nutrition Information

Calories: 309 | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 25g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Cholesterol: 49mg | Sodium: 624mg | Potassium: 165mg | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 1030IU | Vitamin C: 14.1mg | Calcium: 188mg | Iron: 0.8mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American

This post has been sponsored by Flatout.  All opinions are my own.

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    1. You are correct Rob! Traditional mayo does contain eggs. To make the sauce egg-free you could use an egg-free mayo or you could substitute the sauce in this recipe to keep it 100% egg-free for allergies.

    2. I just found our I am allergic to eggs. EGGS! One of my favorite and go to foods that I eat at least 5 times a week. I mean local organic free range backyard eggs not ones that have been transported from some poor tortured chickens.
      So the hunt began for what to eat for breakfast instead. I came across this recipe and made something similar this morning.
      Hash browns, Applegate sausage, sauteed mushrooms and red pepper, cheese, romaine and a baby avocado. Vegenaise with honey mustard. A Rudi’s spelt tortilla. DELICIOUS! I will hunt for an egg substitute that will keep me from feeling deprived.

  1. This is delicious!! I just made it. I wanted a breakfast recipe without eggs that was savory and not sweet. This hit the nail on the head! So delicious! And who knew honey mustard sauce was so easy to make. I will be making this recipe again and again. I will also use the sauce recipe to dunk chicken strips in and use on sandwiches and so much more! Thank you!5 stars

    1. So glad you loved it Meghan! Using the honey mustard for chicken strips sounds like a great idea!

  2. I’m making this right now BUT, I don’t see when to add the mayo. Granted I’m old and wear trifocals, and blind on a good day, but I don’t see in the written recipe anything about the mayo. Obviously you’d add it with the honey mustard, but I’m wondering if I can do that and freeze (about to Google)?

    Everything is saying no.

    I’d love some advise on that front. Wondering about the honey mustard too.

    1. In step 2 all of the honey mustard sauce ingredients are combined. We freeze these with honey mustard spread on the tortilla and it’s always great.

  3. This was just as fast and easy as recipe said. Believe me it never had a chance to get to the freezer !! My husband and our 2 yr. old grandaughter inhaled it ! Thanks for the lunch time assist.4 stars

  4. Will try. My daughter is vegetarian so will sub something for the ham and NO EGGS!! YAY, she doesnt eat them and I just dont like eggs but most breakfast recipes have eggs and youre right, why??
    THanks again

  5. Love your recipe, but did have to change it a little I can’t eat any of the bell pepper family. So I diced up a onion and add a small can of diced green chilies. Yummy Thanks again for the recipe =^..^=

  6. These wraps look great! And I love the idea of making a batch for the freezer and packing them for lunches. My kids would adore them.

  7. This is such a great idea! I love that you can premake them, I love you are such a great mom and thinking ahead for what Kailey likes and making them egg-free!