Aug 18

Make-Ahead Frozen Breakfast Burritos

Make Ahead Frozen Breakfast Burritos

Lately, I’ve been really into make-ahead meals that I can freeze. I’m trying to get prepared for maternity leave! I think it’d be really nice to have some meals all ready to go in the freezer rather than making something or spending money on going out. With that said, I made some delicious breakfast burritos the other day that I thought I would share!

I’ve realized that everyone likes different ingredients in their breakfast burritos. That’s what I like about these guys- you really can throw in whatever your heart (and stomach) desires. I made a mixture of sausage, breakfast potatoes, egg and cheese for ours. Next time, I plan to make bacon, potato, egg and cheese. Veggies would be great in there too, like onions and peppers. Yum!

Make-Ahead Frozen Breakfast Burrito Recipe:

1 lb Spicy Jimmy Dean Sausage, browned
8 Eggs, Scrambled
2 Cups Shredded Cheese
Shredded Breakfast Potatoes, browned in the skillet
A couple dashes of Hot Sauce of your choice

Prepare each ingredient above separately and then combine in a large bowl. Heat up 4 tortillas in the microwave for 10-20 seconds to soften. Butter one side of the tortilla. Add your desired amount of the burrito mixture. Roll up the tortilla and wrap tightly in foil. Place in the refrigerator or freezer.
As for reheating the burritos: I found that if the burrito is refrigerated, it takes about 1 1/2-2 minutes in the microwave. If frozen, it takes closer to 3 1/2 minutes. This all depends on your microwave settings and how hot you want the burrito.

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1 comment

  1. Roxanne

    they sound delicious

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