Saturday, September 23, 2017

My mornings are typically spent rushing to get ready for work, running out the door and rushing to work. I usually don’t have time for breakfast and honestly, just started to eat breakfast. You know, the most important meal of the day, yeah, I’ve been missing that.

The other day I seen a Breakfast Burrito on TV (oh those commercials). I got a craving so I made sure it was part of my list when I went grocery shopping. As I knew that I would make more than we would eat in one sitting, I figured that it would be great to freeze and take to work for a quick breakfast meal.

I was right!

I used flour taco shells, which made them smaller than a regular Burrito, however, the amount was enough to keep me satisfied.

I forgot to count but I think I got 16 total! Most people would probably eat 2, like I said, 1 did it for me.


Here’s what I did (see complete recipe below):

Gather your ingredients:


Brown Sausage, peppers and onion, minced garlic in pan on medium heat


cook thoroughly


whisk eggs, add a little milk, garlic powder, salt and pepper.  Scramble eggs separate from sausage until cooked.

I forgot to take a picture here… Sorry

Now Add cooked sausage, scrambled egg and cheese to a bowl, combine.


Add a couple spoonfuls to the Tortilla


Wrap Tortilla up in true Buritto form




I wrapped mine up in wax paper and placed them into a Zip Lock bag.


I just grab one out the the freezer in the morning to take to work!

Be sure you unwrap from wax paper before you place it into the microwave.

Mine took about a minute and a half to reheat. But that will vary with different microwaves.


They’re so good!

And I love that I know exactly whats in them!

Stacey’s Breakfast Burrito’s

Makes 16 Small Breakfast Burrito’s

1- roll of Jenny-o HOT Turkey Sausage

1/2 of a Green Bell Pepper

1/2 of a Red Bell Pepper

1 Medium Onion

2 Tbsp of Minced Garlic

8- Medium Eggs

4 oz of Sharp Cheddar Cheese

Flour Taco Shells

1/4 Tsp-1/2 Tsp of Salt


Garlic Powder

1. Brown HOT Turkey Sausage with peppers, onions, and garlic

2. whisk eggs with a little milk, add salt, pepper and a few shakes of garlic powder.

3. Scramble eggs until cooked

4. combine eggs, sausage and cheese

5. Add a couple spoonfuls to a Flour Tortilla, wrap into a Burrito form



Wrap in wax paper, or foil and place inside a freezer bag. When ready to eat, remove wax paper/foil and heat in microwave for 1-2 minutes (depending on microwave).

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Hi, I'm Stacey, the face behind Eat Make Travel. I was born and raised in Michigan, currently reside in Atlanta and I have a son who doubles as my sidekick. Eat Make Travel is a lifestyle blogs where I share recipes and food that I love, travel destinations that we like frequent and craft/DIY projects along with fun around Atlanta.

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aimee fauci at
Super smart idea to make them and freeze them! I think I need a youtube tutorial on how to properly wrap burrito. I am not kidding. I can never wrap them the right way, you did it perfect.
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Thanks Aimee! I really didn't know how to do it, but after the first two I got the hang of it!
Nancy at
What a great recipe! I especially love your photos :) thank you for sharing!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    YW Nancy!
Stephanie Pass at
This is perfect! My son loves breakfast burritos for breakfast, and I hate having to buy them. I'm trying this!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Let me know how he like it. I also like that you ow everything s going in them. Even though I will purchase frozen breakfast items on occasion, I feel like the eggs aren't "real" LOL. Really they just taste different. Haha
Caden at
Didn't think about freezing them!! I actually made them tonight for dinner but we used chorizo cause thats apparently what you so in South Texas, haha!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Haha! I love chorizo! I only ever ate it mixes with scambled eggs and potaotoes! Maybe I will use Chorizo next time though!!
Reginia Cordell at
I am such a huge fan of breakfast burritos. They are easy to make and they are easy to munch on the road. Like you've mentioned, I love that they can be pre-made, frozen, and popped in the oven.
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Yes Reginia, convienience is key!
AJ @ NutriFitMama at
I think we are all fans of breakfast burritos around here. I love making them and freezing them because it's just so convenient!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Yes! Anything that makes my days easier!!
Shirley Wood at
Those look good and easy to make. I should make these for my Hubs, he would love these! Added bonus that they can be made ahead and freeze! Please be sure to share at Merry Monday with us.
Raquel C at
As I sit here contemplating what to eat for breakfast, I am loving your post. I am a fan of breakfast burritos but I have never considered making them myself. From what you write, I think that even I can do it and probably have enough to last for the week. Thank you for sharing.
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Yes! If you make the same size that I made, then you should get around 16. So, even if you ate two, you will have plenty for a week!
Kalyn Brooke at
These look Delish! Might have to make those soon!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    They are! My coworkers keep asking to bring more!
Trish at
Breakfast burritos are a great idea! I eat them out sometimes at restaurants but have never made them here ... your post inspired me, though. Thanks!
    TheHobbyCollector at
    Yw! I think the spicy turkey sausage really made them better, gave them a little kick!

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