Dunkin Donuts Pancake Wake Up Wrap is a delicious breakfast of fried eggs, bacon, and cheese wrapped in a pancake. There’s no need to go to the restaurant when you can easily make this pancake breakfast sandwich wrap at home to enjoy anytime you have a craving.
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What Makes Wake Up Wraps So Good?
Everyone should eat a healthy breakfast, but less than half of all Americans actually do. With our hectic schedules, finding time for a traditional morning meal just seems impossible for many folks.
This Dunkin Pancake Wake Up Wrap recipe makes it easy to enjoy the tasty combination of classic pancakes, eggs, and bacon. Fuel yourself and your family for even the busiest days with this uniquely delicious breakfast sandwich.
Why You Should Try This Recipe
Do you need a morning meal that is quick and convenient and that everyone in your family will love? Say hello to this copycat Pancake Wraps recipe.
Warm them at home and eat them on the go, or heat them up when you get wherever you are going. One wrap is plenty for a child, and two or three make a substantial breakfast for even the hungriest adult.
Ingredients For Dunkin Pancake Wake Up Wraps
For these wraps, you’ll need:
- Pancake batter mix
- American cheese
- Vegetable oil
- Ground black pepper
Don’t use a buttermilk pancake batter mix in this recipe because they tend to cook up too fluffy.
To cook the components for the Wake Up Wraps:
- Whisk together the pancake batter mix and the water. Don’t worry if the batter looks thinner than usual; that is what you want. The pancakes for this recipe should be more like thick crepes than fluffy flapjacks. Cover the pancake batter and stick it in the fridge for at least 15 minutes to fully hydrate.
- Meanwhile, cook the bacon however you like, but here is a great foolproof method for baking bacon in the oven. Place the cooked bacon on a wire rack over a rimmed baking sheet and place it in the oven on the lowest setting to stay warm.
- Heat a griddle or a large, thick-bottomed pan over medium heat.
- Lightly oil the cooking surface and ladle out enough batter to form a six-inch diameter pancake. You can use a griddle ring to keep things neat.
- Cook the pancake on the first side until the sides start to dry and small holes begin to form on the top.
- Flip the pancake and add a piece of American cheese on top. Cook until the other side of the pancake is golden brown. Keep the pancakes warm in the oven with the bacon.
- Add more oil to the griddle or pan and fry the eggs over hard. If you want, use a four or five-inch griddle ring. Season the cooked eggs with salt and ground black pepper.
To assemble the wraps:
- Place the pancakes cheese-side up on the counter.
- Cut the cooked fried eggs in half. Place one-half of the fried egg on the pancakes.
- Cut the bacon strips in half. Place two halves of the bacon strips on top of the fried egg.
- Fold the pancake in half over the fried egg, bacon, and melted cheese.
Instead of bacon, you can make this wrap with sausage patties.
You can also use just egg whites instead of whole eggs with the yolk.
How To Store a Pancake Wrap
Keep each cooked component of this dish in a separate airtight container in the fridge for up to three days. To keep the Pancake Wraps for longer than that, try freezing them.
- Place each assembled wrap in a sealed sandwich bag and store it in a freezer-safe container with the other wraps.
- Frozen wraps will last up to a month.
How to Reheat Wraps Dunkin Donuts Wake Up Wraps
The best way reheating method is using the microwave:
- Wrap one thawed Wake Up Wrap loosely with a paper towel.
- Microwave for 40 seconds. Let the wrap rest for one minute before eating.
- If reheating a frozen wrap, heat it for 90 seconds at 50 percent power. Let the wrap rest for one minute before eating.
What To Serve With Pancake Wraps
A side of syrup or packet of maple-flavored syrup makes a great dipping sauce for these breakfast sandwiches.
How You Can Make These Wraps Ahead of Time for the Whole Week
You don’t need to wake up an extra hour before heading out just to make a homemade breakfast. It is effortless to whip up a bunch of these wraps in advance. Make a double batch of this recipe and freeze them as described above.
More Dunkin Copycat Recipes
- Brown Sugar Sweet Cream Cold Brew
- Butter Pecan Iced Coffee
- Cookie Butter Cold Brew
- Dunkin Avocado Toast
- Dunkin Iced Coffee
- Dunkin Wake Up Wrap
- Peppermint Mocha Signature Latte
Popular Pancake Recipes
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- Chocolate Pancakes
- Country Griddle Pancakes
- IHOP Birthday Pancakes
- IHOP Cinn-a-Stack Pancakes
- Pumpkin Pancakes
- Red Velvet Pancakes
Dunkin Donuts Pancake Wake Up Wrap
- 8 slices bacon
- 8 eggs
- 2 cups Pearl Milling Company Pancake Mix do not use the buttermilk variety it fluffs up way too much
- 1¾ cup water
- 8 slices American cheese
Preheat oven to 400°F. Place 8 slices of bacon on a wire wrack resting on a rimmed baking sheet. Bake the bacon for about 8 to 10 minutes or until cooked crisp.
Fry eggs by cooking them over medium heat in a non-stick skillet. Cook the eggs sunny side up until they are hard, and no longer runny.
Mix pancake batter and water together. These will thinner than your standard pancake, the thinness gives them the flexibility that you need, to turn them into a wrap.
Heat a griddle up to 350°F. Spray it with non-stick spray.
Ladle ½ cup of pancake batter onto the hot griddle. Cook until the tops are bubbly, and the edges begin to cook. Flip, and cook for about 60 seconds. Remove pancakes from the griddle.
To make the wrap place one slice of American cheese, then the cooked egg on top of the cheese. Finally add one piece of bacon on each pancake.
Fold over and eat like a taco.