Freezer Breakfast Burritos with Bacon

I have never been a “I’ll just have coffee” or “a banana will do” for breakfast kind of girl.

Rarely I can get by with a couple slices of toast or a bowl of cereal…but we are talking a handful of times a year. At most.

I tend to require something a little more…involving eggs. Haha.

Every month or so I take a bit of time to put together a batch of breakfast burritos that I wrap individually and tuck away in the freezer for an easy grab and go (or sit at the table) breakfast.

I leave them frozen and  toss one in the oven to thaw and warm (375 degree oven) while I get the troops ready. It takes about 45 min to an hour.

Then I grab it on the way out the door and can eat it in the car on the way to our various destinations. 

Frozen breakfast burritos can come together in a variety of ways. In fact, I make them a variety of ways.

Here’s what was up this go round…

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Freezer Breakfast Burritos with Bacon
All of your favorites wrapped in a soft flour toritlla, tucked away in the freezer in single servings for an easy breakfast on the go.
  1. Add chopped bacon to large pan (I use a large electric skillet) and brown
  2. Remove bacon with a slotted spoon, reserving fat
  3. Add potatoes O'Brian to skillet with bacon fat and cook
  4. While potatoes cook, scramble eggs in a bowl and set aside
  5. Once potatoes are cooked, return bacon to pan and add scrambled eggs
  6. Salt and pepper to taste
  7. After eggs are fully cooked, stir in green chiles and salsa, combine well
  8. Portion in to flour tortillas, roll, and wrap individually. Pending how full you fill them, you ought to get about 20 burritos out of this recipe.
  9. Tuck in freezer until ready to eat
  10. These burritos can be placed in a warming oven, frozen, for about 45 min to 1 hour to thaw and warm through OR can be thawed overnight in the fridge and warmed in either the oven or microwave.
Recipe Notes

If you aren't going dairy free, as I am at the current time, I'd highly recommend a sprinkle of cheese on each one. They're certainly better with cheese (what isn't?) but I'm not mad at 'em without.

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