Are you looking for a convenient protein-rich portable breakfast? These freezer-friendly breakfast burritos are a delicious grab-and-go breakfast you can prep ahead with eggs, tortillas, cheese, and veggies.
I think we can all agree that eggs, bacon, fluffy pancakes, and breakfast burritos taste good any time of day. And for this post, I’m sharing my DIY breakfast burrito recipe so you can skip the drive-thru for a healthier version that’s just as delicious.
Watch how I assemble these homemade burritos in the video below:
Healthy Breakfast Burrito Ingredients
These burritos are often made with items and ingredients leftover from taco night or whatever I have on hand. Feel free to toss in any of your family’s favorite breakfast ingredients like sausage, peppers, onions, and diced ham- you get the picture.
- Shredded cheese
- Flour tortillas
- 6 parchment paper squares
- Toppings! – avocado, salsa, black olives, etc.
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Meal Prep Breakfast Burritos
You all know that I’m a huge advocate of easy meal prep recipes like these breakfast burritos. Thanks to the freezer, we can make them ahead, from start to finish, and keep them on hand for a meal that’s ready to reheat and eat.
Since they last up to 1 month in the freezer, I recommend doubling the recipe so there’s plenty on hand. Here’s how to make and freeze breakfast burritos for later:
- Prepare the burritos.
- Wrap each burrito with parchment paper.
- Transfer the wrapped burritos to a gallon-size zip bag.
- Refrigerate for 1 week and freeze for up to 1 month.
When you’re ready to eat, reheat them in the microwave until heated through and serve for breakfast or pack in a lunch box.Print