Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Breakfast Burritos


I like to keep these breakfast burritos on hand for a quick meal, snack, or when hubby needs to pack his lunch for work and I'm out of everything! 

I make two different kinds -
#1: Eggs, Ham and Cheese
#2: Eggs, Sausage, Hash browns and Cheese

I also change them up, sometimes I add garlic, or onions, or use different kinds of cheese (cheddar, monterrey jack, mozzarella, etc) .... You could add peppers, mushrooms, different meats, or just about anything that you like..

The simplest way to make them is to make a large skillet full of scrambled eggs (I make 1 dozen eggs at a time), add your ham and cheese, (don't forget the salt and pepper), and your ready to put them in your tortilla shell.

To make the sausage and hash brown burritos - I recommend browning the sausage first and drain on a paper towel. Cook hash browns in the same pan. While the hash browns are cooking -

In a large mixing bowl, whisk eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Add browned sausage back to the pan with the cooked hash browns. Add the eggs to the sausage mixture and cook until the eggs are done, stirring gently and add cheese.


After eggs are done - Place egg mixture on tortilla and roll into a burrito.


Depending on how many eggs you use and how large you make each burrito, will determine how many burritos you will end up with.

Wrap each burrito individually in a paper towel then wrap in plastic wrap.


Place the wrapped burritos in freezer zip-lock bags.
(I use a magic marker and white what kind they are on the large zip-lock bag.)

Place in freezer. 


When you are ready to eat - take the burrito out of the freezer - unwrap (if you wrapped the burritos in plastic wrap you MUST unwrap them!) - keep in the paper towel, (as it will help to absorb some moisture from freezing) and warm burrito for 1 minute and 20 sec. (Time will vary based on individual microwaves.)

Serve with salsa, sour cream, or plain. -Enjoy

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