Western breakfast burritos will be a hit with your older children and husband. Sometimes large family mamas have to make some things that are perfect for just the older crowd. Little people still have the make ahead waffles and smoothie packs. These burritos are bursting with flavor with a bit of .a kick. Not enough to make you frantically look around for a drink. Enough to wake your taste buds and make your face smile.
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The key to making these burritos fast and easy for the freezer is batch cooking the ingredients in advance. Once you get all the ingredients precooked, assembly is a cinch. Wrapping them up is my least favorite thing of this whole process. Of course I love having these in the freezer for those frantic on the go mornings.
Once you precooked, then place the a small portion on each tortilla. Fold in the sides then roll up. Wrap in aluminum foil then in plastic wrap. This ensures no freezer burn. Store in freezer for up to 6 months. To reheat, unwrap burrito and place in microwave for 2- 3 minutes. Enjoy!Print
These breakfast burritos will bring a delicious southwestern flair to your morning.
- 1 dozen scrambled eggs
- 2 lbs cooked and drained sausage
- 6 cups chopped onions
- 6 cups precooked hash browns
- 4 cans (8 ounces each) green chilies
- 20-30 flour tortillas
- 6 cups shredded cheese
- Precook eggs, sausage, and hash browns.
- Combine all ingredients into your large mixing bowl.
- Add a small portion to the tortilla being careful not to overfill
- Fold in sides then roll to close.
- Wrap in aluminum foil then plastic wrap.
- Freeze for up to 6 months
To reheat, remove from aluminum foil then pop in microwave doe 2-3 minutes.
Keywords: breakfast, burritos, freezer
These western breakfast burritos will surely be a hit with those in your house who love a bit of spicy for breakfast. I wouldn’t call these spicy but they are flavorful with .a slight kick. Little mouths may not run for them but bigger mouths will thank you profusely for them. They are sure to become a regular item in your breakfast rotation.