Easy Freezer Breakfast Burritos Recipe

Easy Freezer Breakfast Burritos Recipe

burritos freezer recipe


School is officially back in session! For me, that means getting up earlier than I honestly like to, and getting everyone ready for the day ahead. We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so making sure that be feed our kids and ourselves a healthy breakfast. You guys know I’ve been trying to eat healthier, so a bowl of cereal isn’t going to cut it anymore. I need something with some protein and healthy fats in it, so that’s why these easy freezer breakfast burritos are my favorite to make! 

I don’t know about you, but I do NOT have time in the morning to be a short order cook for my kids! So the best thing about this Easy Freezer Breakfast Burritos recipe is the fact that you can make a bunch at a time and then, you guessed it, freeze them so you can use them on a later date. Trust me, when it’s 6 am and all you have to do is pop one of these in the microwave for 2 minutes, you will thank me!

Here is how to make these Easy Freezer Breakfast Burritos:

burrito ingredients

You Will Need:

  • Deli Ham
  • Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Chopped Onions
  • Shredded Cheese
  • Chopped Avocados
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Salt and Pepper

How much you need of each ingredient really depends on how many burritos you are making, and just how full you like those burritos ha!

freezer burritos recipe

Ok you guys, making this easy freezer breakfast burritos really couldn’t be much easier to make. You scramble your eggs, chop your ingredients and pile them up on a whole wheat tortilla!

burritos recipe

After you build your burrito, fold them up! Storing your burritos can be done in sandwich bags, plastic wrap, or foil. Make sure to label them and write the date. These babies are good for about 2 months. When you are ready to eat them, take them out of whatever you have wrapped them in, and stick them in the microwave for 2 minutes. Enjoy!

easy breakfast burritos



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