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How to Reheat a Wrap with Lettuce?

Wraps are perfect meals to have that require minimum preparation and are super filling. Plus, eating wraps does not require any utensils. Grab the wrap and have them on the go. Having food does not get handier than this!

However, wraps are best enjoyed when they are warm to savor the taste of the ingredients properly.

But how do you heat a wrap with lettuce without ruining the crunch or affecting the taste? In this article, we will be talking about the many ways you can warm up a wrap with lettuce.

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Can You Reheat Wraps with Lettuce?

Wraps with lettuce can be reheated without having any side effects. The best way to ensure that the overall flavor of the wrap does not get affected is to take out the lettuce before you heat the wrap and put it back in later.

The wrap should warm up the lettuce for it to be had once you add it back in. However, there is no problem if you can’t take the lettuce out of the wrap. Reheat the wrap as you would otherwise.

How to Reheat Wrap in the Air Fryer?

Reheating wraps with lettuce in the air fryer or infrared oven is one of the best ways. Once done warming up, the wrap will be crispy on the outside and soft inside.

As the insides will be soft, if you want the lettuce to be crispy, try to remove as much of it as you can before putting it in the air fryer.

You also can add more lettuce after you are done reheating. Make sure to remove any wrapping before putting it in the air fryer.


  1. Preheat the air fryer to 325 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Place the unwrapped wrap in the air fryer basket. If you are warming up a couple of wraps, make sure not to stack them and to leave some space between the wraps
  3. Brush or spritz the wraps with some oil (avocado, olive, coconut, or vegetable oil works best)
  4. Air fry for 5 minutes at 325°F. Flip over the wrap and air fry for another 1 to 2 minutes. If you want the wrap to be crispier or have a golden-brown shell, keep it in longer.
  5. Remove the wraps from the air fryer and enjoy.

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How to Reheat Wrap the Oven?

Reheating the wrap with lettuce in the oven might take longer than the other methods, but you will be left behind with an evenly heated burrito. This is because ovens and toaster ovens use hot, dry air for cooking food.

The low heat allows the wrap to heat up evenly instead of browning. Cover it with aluminum foil when reheating wraps in the oven to keep the moisture intact. It is best to use light foil.


  1. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Unwrap and remove cold fillings such as lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, etc.
  3. Rewrap and cover the wrap in light aluminum foil. Place the wrap on an oven-safe pan or a cookie sheet
  4. Warm up the warm in the oven for roughly 30 minutes or until you are satisfied with the results
  5. Add the cold fillings back into the wrap and enjoy

How to Reheat Wraps in the Microwave?

Microwaves are the quickest and easiest method to warm up leftovers like wraps. There is no need to wait for 30 minutes for the wrap to heat up. It will only take a couple of minutes.

However, bear in mind that the wrap will not be as evenly warmed as it would in the oven. Moreover, there is a risk of the shell becoming softer and soggier.

The best way to keep your wrap from drying out is to wrap it in a damp paper towel. The damp towel will keep the shell soft and moist while heating it in the microwave.


  1. Unwrap and remove cold fillings such as lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, etc.
  2. Rewrap and cover the wrap with a damp paper towel. The towel should be damp, not soaking or dripping with water. Make sure that the whole wrap is covered, especially if there are any open areas
  3. Place the wrap on a microwave-safe dish
  4. Microwave the wrap on high power for 30 to 45 seconds, depending on the size of the wrap
  5. Flip the wrap and again microwave on high power for 15 to 20 seconds
  6. Check the temperature of the wrap and continue to reheat in 15 to 20-second intervals until you are satisfied
  7. Take the paper towel off and carefully, without burning yourself, add the cold fillings back into the wrap

How to Reheat Wraps on the Stove?

Reheating wraps on the stove can be tricky, as you need to ensure that the wrap is heated evenly.

For best results, it is advised to unwrap the shell if you heat the wrap in the pan on the stovetop. However, you might run into problems when you have to rewrap the shell after it has warmed up.

Always put a lid on the pan when reheating on the stove to trap heat. The trapped heat will warm up the filling as well as the shell.


  1. Place a skillet with a lid large enough to accommodate the wrap on the stove. Allow the pan to heat on medium heat. Add ½ teaspoon of oil into the pan to prevent it from sticking
  2. Unwrap and take out any cold fillings. Lay the wrap with the tortilla side down onto the skillet
  3. Spread out the ingredients of the wrap so they can cook evenly. Place the lid on the skillet to trap heat and prevent the wrap from drying out
  4. Cook the wrap for 5 to 7 minutes. Remove once the wrap is hot enough. Keep in mind that a warm wrap is flexible and easily rerolled. A toasty wrap is hard and can crack in the middle when you reroll
  5. Add all the cold fillings back and enjoy

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There is no point in having a wrap if it is not warm enough. Otherwise, you can’t enjoy the diverse flavors from all the variety of ingredients used.

If you want the crunch that lettuce brings, always keep extra on hand to add later.

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