Sunday, May 29, 2011

Breakfast Burritos

There isn't really an exact recipe for these. It all depends on what flavors you are going for. For my kids, they just like eggs and sausage. I brought these to a family potluck. I added onions and cilantro to the basic egg/sausage combination. However you decide to dress these up, they make for interesting spin off from the classic egg.

Ingredients:
  • flour tortillas - I prefer the uncooked ones from Costco (you cook them of course though to make the burritos)
  • sausage - I chop up the pre-cooked breakfast sausage links.
  • eggs
  • cheese - this could be another spin off for differing flavor combinations. Cheddar, Monterey, Pepper jack, Swiss, Parmesan, feta, whatever floats your boat.
  • Salt and pepper for the eggs.
  • Optional additions (cilantro, peppers, broccoli, pico di gallo, hot sauce, etc.)

Instructions:
1. Cook the tortillas if using uncooked tortillas.
2. Cook the sausage if you are not using pre-cooked.
3. Quip up a batch of scrambled eggs, using as many eggs as you will need for the quantity of burritos you want to make. One egg makes 1-2 burritos depending on how full you stuff it, and how many other mix ins you have.
4. Assemble the burritos by placing 1/4 cup eggs in a line in the center of the tortilla. Sprinkle on desired amount of sausage and other flavor enhancers.

I placed my burritos in a 9x13 dish to keep warm in the oven until we were ready to eat.

4 comments:

Mindy said...

We love breakfast burritos at our house!

Lisa said...

i loved these so much.

Laurie said...

I love to make these up in the summer and freeze them...Makes for a quick and easy breakfast! Just wrap each in waz paper then put in a freezer bag. Pull out one at a time and microwave for 2 minutes , rotating. They are good!

Tawnie J said...

We have breakfast burritos a few times a week. Minus the sausage. I'll have to add that in and see how it goes over.
These were sooo yummy. So glad you posted them.