School started this week and I have been cooking like crazy. I’ve been making freezer meals, doubling my waffle recipe, and preparing tons of crockpot meals. My mornings have been a little crazier with the kids rushing off to catch the bus. I like them to have a good breakfast, but sometimes I run out of time. My kids love breakfast burritos. I love them because they are fast, easy, and inexpensive and I can make them ahead of time.
- 1 dozen eggs
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 package ground sausage
- 10 pack of burrito sized tortillas
- shredded cheese (optional)
First, I get the ground sausage cooking in one pan. While that’s getting started, I like to scramble the 12 eggs with the 1/2 cup milk included. I get that going on a second burner.
If I’m freezing the burritos, then I will wrap them in wax paper. If I’m just putting them in the refrigerator or going camping, I use foil.
Since I’m planning for my three kids to eat these this week for breakfast and snack, I’m keeping these in the refrigerator and wrapping in foil. I got a square piece of foil with my tortilla on top. I usually like to lay out all 10 at the same time so I can make sure I get an even amount of eggs and sausage in each tortilla . If I have cheese, then I usually lay it on now.
From Frozen: Unwrap from the waxed paper and wrap in a damp paper towel. Heat in microwave for 1:30- 2:00. These are usually pretty hot and need to sit a minute.
From Refrigerator: Unwrap from foil and wrap in a damp paper towel. You will need to microwave these for about 1:15
Camping: Since these are wrapped in foil you can place these directly on the campfire or grill until warm.
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