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Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap

This Roast Beef Wrap is made using Crock Pot Roast Beef.  Does your family enjoy Crock Pot Roast as much as my family? 

 If so, you will enjoy this Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap using crock-pot roast?  The roast is super easy to prepare in a Crock Pot, has great flavor, and shreds apart easily.  The wrap not only includes this great tasting roast but lettuce for crunch and Swiss cheese.   It is all rolled up in a tortilla. This Crock-Pot Roast Beef & Swiss Wrap makes an easy to prepare and delicious lunch or dinner.

HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap

HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap


HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap

HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap
Spread a couple of tablespoons of mayo or horseradish on the tortilla.
HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap
Add a few pieces of fresh lettuce.
Crock-Pot Roast Beef & Swiss Wrap recipe
Add a couple of pieces of Swiss or Provolone cheese.
HOW TO MAKE BEST Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap
Layer the warm roast beef on the cheese.


Crock-Pot Roast Beef & Swiss Wrap recipe
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Crock-Pot Roast Beef & Swiss Wrap

Prep Time5 hrs 26 mins
Cook Time5 hrs 26 mins
Course: sandwich
Cuisine: American
Author: Diane @Recipesforourdailybread


  • 4 pounds rump roast
  • One pack of Dry Ranch Seasoning
  • And 1 (10.5 ounces) can beef broth
  • Plus 1 (10.5 ounces) can French Onion Soup
  • One large onion chopped or sliced
  • Mayo or Horseradish
  • Large Lettuce Leaf
  • Two pieces of Swiss or Provolone Cheese per wrap
  • Roast Beef - see recipe above for the crock-pot roast beef


  • A 4 pound roast shredded will make at least 12 or more wraps.
  • Add a couple of tablespoons of mayo or horseradish to the bottom of a tortilla.
  • Layer the lettuce - this adds crunch and keeps the tortilla from getting soggy.
  • Add the cheese on top of the lettuce and then the roast beef.
  • Wrap up and enjoy!
  • Add the rump roast, dry Ranch seasoning, beef broth, French Onion Soup, and the chopped onion to the crockpot.
  • Cook on low for 7 to 8 hours.
  • The roast should completely shred apart.

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6 thoughts on “Crock Pot Roast Beef Wrap”

  1. Happy Birthday, Diane! Have a wonderful time celebrating life with your family! May your days overflow with the blessings that you give to others!

  2. My husband is the roast beef fan here, so I have pinned and saved for him, because I could see him all over this one. Thanks Diane and hoping you are having a wonderful Thursday so far. Been a quick week to be honest and can’t believe the weekend is almost here again! 🙂

    • Janine,

      This roast beef wrap is easy. You might have to surprise him with it. I have been doing behind the scenes blog maintenance this week and ads. I feel like I have not had any time to work on the fun stuff like POSTS. The weekends are high pageviews days, so I try to post 2 to 4 times on Sat. & Sun. I do not see it happening this week. My family has something planned for this afternoon and tomorrow night for my b’day.

      I was turned down again yesterday with Blog Her. I replied again with all my stats which have grown a lot in every area since 6 months ago. They just said they could not give me a reason why. It is time to move on.

      I hope you are having a good week. It looks like on the weather that you are snowed in. Did you get a lot of snow?
      Diane Roark

      • Diane, I am seriously so sorry you have been so very busy and trust me I know the feeling well. I am learning better to walk away front he computer when I can, because sometimes my sanity is at stake if I am on here too long. I love it, but still need my breaks now, too. As for Blog Her, I am shocked, because you do have awesome stats and really not sure what to say. Just sucks, but try the few others I mentioned too, like SITS and Clever Girls, because they also have some great opportunities for growth and others connections, too. Hope you had a great birthday though. we had a ton of snow here. It is sunny, but freezing today and looks like we may have more snow on the weekend. Just can’t wait for spring now!

        • Janine,

          Thank you for all your help and your encouraging words. I did apply for SITS and Clever Girls. Hopefully, I will hear something back soon.

          Blessings AND STAY WARM!
          Diane Roark


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