Freeze-and-Reheat Breakfast Burritos Recipe
Packed full of bacon, eggs, Cheddar, and hash browns, these breakfast burritos are wrapped in aluminum foil for easy freezing and reheating.
Update 2/7/2019: Okay DO NOT try to reheat these from frozen. I managed to make it work by heating it for 3 minutes, 1 minute at a time, and turning it after each minute was up. This got the insides fully warmed but made the tortilla overcooked and chewy. Much better to remove individual burrito from freezer, put in fridge, then reheat for a minute or two. The texture also isn't what I wanted, too heavy on the potatoes (using my 1.75 oz egg and potato), I would bump the egg to 2 or 3 oz and just make a lot more eggs than the recipe calls for, then 1 or .50 oz of potato. Needs some tweaking, basically. Might be a personal preference, I like lots of eggs in my burritos, however my husband prefers the potato so I'll be keeping the ratio as is for him. ORIGINAL: Overall a really great recipe! Only thing I would change is to season the eggs after they are cooked instead of before, seasoning them prior to being cooked makes the end result watery. I also whisked them for a long time to make them airy and did the che
Easy peasy to make. I watched a YouTube video on how to fold a tortilla and added the ingredients less the salsa. Mrs. does not like spicy :(0 I used mayo instead. Happy wife = happy life! ;0)
Making these is a bit of work but once you have all the ingredients cooked, the assembly line to make them went smoothly. We went away on a group trip to the mountain cabin. Made and froze these as per recipe. They transport well in a cooler and ice packs. Put in freezer when we arrived. Fantastic idea! We just grabbed out of the freezer, microwaved for 3 minutes and we were out the door exploring. I have made a second time, using left over steak and baked potatoes. I made hash browns with onions, garlic, paprika, s&p. I rolled them up and we now have steak burritos in the home freezer! Options to serve with: sour cream, salsa, avocado, pico, or just catsup. Thanks for such a great breakfast on the go recipe!!!
I made these for a fishing trip..they are really tasty and perfect to put in the microwave before heading out on the water. We microwaved them for about 2-3 minutes, wrapped them back in tin foil and into a baggie. Ate them on the boat along with our coffee..perfect breakfast!
I made 5 of these for my husband and he really enjoyed the breakfast burritos. I used La Victoria Roasted Pepper Salsa and instead of measuring, I just spooned the amount of salsa I felt was appropriate for him. Otherwise, I felt the amount of ingredients were spot on to yield the burritos. I don't think it's possible to write how to wrap a burrito any better than the recipe author did. It does get easier after wrapping the first one, following the written directions. Overall, my husband says this is a perfect and delicious recipe as written, but also easy to adjust if you'd like to use a different meat in the burritos (e.g. sausage, ham, etc.). Excellent and I'll be making these or another variant of them in the future for him. Thanks for the recipe!
You'll never buy frozen breakfast burritos again! Loaded with sausage, eggs, and cheese, you can squeeze in a great meal even on your busiest morning.
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