Irish Corned Beef Reuben Wrap

An Irish Corned Beef Reuben Wrap is a quick and easy way to get your reuben fix, with an Irish twist! The corned beef paired with classic reuben flavors and a creamy stout spread makes this version of your favorite sandwich even better than you could imagine. Wrap it all up in a Flatout Flatbread Original Light flatbread, and you’ve got an Irish celebration in your mouth! 

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I’ve already told you about my love of corned beef around St. Patrick’s Day when I shared my Irish Corned Beef Nacho Bites last week, but I have another love I want to share with you today that has to do with oh-so delicious corned beef.

The reuben sandwich.

Many a reuben sandwich have sat on a plate only to be devoured moments later. The traditional recipe of pastrami, pickled tangy sauerkraut and creamy thousand island dressing makes the reuben one of the more unique flavor combinations in the sandwich world.

It’s one of those sandwiches that I don’t eat every single time I grab a sandwich, but when I do, I treat it more like a religious experience that should be respected and cherished. 

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Now that I’ve created this Irish Corned Beef Reuben Wrap, I feel like I just entered a whole other level of heavenly taste bud holiness.

Corned beef is my new favorite meat to use in a reuben sandwich. It’s rich and flavorful, and it complements the classic sandwich flavors so well.

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To make this particular wrap a little more Irish, I even created a creamy stout spread (aka my version of a stout thousand island dressing – for real real) that enhances the flavors in the corned beef even more.

With all of the meaty richness and creamy stout spread, instead of using a rye, pumpernickel or marble rye bread, I went with a little bit of a lighter option.

Flatout Flatbread Original Light flatbreads!

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These flatbreads have a nice rich flavor and a chewy mouthfeel that keeps the depth of flavor of the wrap ingredients, without being so heavy on the calories.

It’s the ideal lunch for St. Patrick’s Day because it won’t weigh you down before you head out drinking, BUT it will still fill you up enough so you don’t end up getting a stomach ache (or even worse, getting drunk wayyyyy too quick) as you dive into the whiskey and beer.

That way you don’t feel quite as guilty about devouring more than one wrap when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around…

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Know what I’m sayin’?

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Flatout Flatbread! While I was compensated and given free product in exchange for this post, as always, all opinions and the recipe are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Cake ‘n Knife!

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Irish Corned Beef Reuben Wrap

Yield: 2 sandwich wraps

Prep Time:5 minutes

Cook Time:5 minutes

Total Time:10 minutes

With a creamy stout spread, this isn't just any corned beef reuben wrap!


  • 1 cup cooked corned beef, warmed
  • 1/3 cup sauerkraut
  • 1/2 cup shredded swiss cheese
  • 2 Flatout Flatbread Original Light flatbreads

Creamy Stout Spread

  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup stout
  • 1 tsp ketchup
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1/4 black pepper


  1. In a small bowl, whisk together ingredients for the creamy stout spread.
  2. Place 2 Flatout Flatbread Original Light flatbreads on a baking sheet. Sprinkle each with 1/4 cup of Swiss cheese, evenly. Broil for 1 to 2 minutes, until melted.
  3. Spread the wraps with the creamy stout spread.
  4. Add an even layer of sauerkraut to each wrap.
  5. Layer up each wrap in the center with corned beef.
  6. Roll up the wrap carefully and slice in half.
  7. Serve with side of chips and deli pickles.
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6 Responses to “Irish Corned Beef Reuben Wrap”

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  2. Erin @ The Speckled Palate — March 15, 2017 at 12:57 pm (#)

    OMG, woman. You’re knocking these St. Patrick’s Day recipes OUT OF THE PARK. And this wrap sounds incredible! I wish I had one for lunch…

  3. Patty — March 18, 2018 at 1:01 pm (#)

    Wow, wow. We had leftovers from yesterday’s celebration. We knew we wanted to make wraps so in searching a good spread I came upon your site. Your stout spread is out of this world. No one even knew I put Guinness in it. But did that spread get rave reviews in our house. I didn’t have shredded swiss but did have sliced. I put a couple of slices on each wrap to melt before I moved on. Instead of sauerkraut we had leftover cabbage, potatoes and carrots. I mashed the 3 of them together and combined it with diced leftover corned beef. Added your spread and wrapped it up. We had neighbors over for a leftover party and they really loved the spread. I’ll never use store bought thousand island dressing again. This is a keeper. Thank you!!!!

    • Meghan B. — March 18, 2018 at 2:49 pm (#)

      THANK YOU SO MUCH! I am absolutely thrilled to hear that you loved it! You are so so welcome!!

  4. Kim — March 17, 2019 at 1:29 pm (#)

    Is the sauce supposed to be really thin? It has great flavor but not the spread I thought it would be.

    • Meghan Y. — March 18, 2019 at 12:02 pm (#)

      It is a bit thinner than a traditional spread (think cream cheese), so it can be added to the wrap and used to dip in.

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