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Breakfast Burrito

Eggs are one of my favorite breakfast items. They are just so satisfying in the morning and you can smother them in hot sauce. I prefer hot sauce to sweet in the morning (though I’ll never turn down a pancake or French toast made by a certain someone!). While I usually prefer my eggs sunny side up, I can be persuaded to have scrambled if they’re in the form of a breakfast burrito!

Breakfast Burrito

These burritos are a great way to wake up in the morning. They’re quick and have veggies, so it’s like a win win all around. You can add your favorite veggies, but we bought a mix of sliced green bell pepper, red bell pepper, and onion. Normally, I’d never buy pre sliced veggies, but did I mention that we’ve been under the weather lately. While we’re getting back to normal now, at the time slicing things didn’t seem like such a good idea. I was all for paying someone else to do that for me.

Breakfast Burrito

We also added a blend of shredded cheese….though if I had some feta in the house, I might’ve added that. Top it all off with a spicy salsa and I’m set for the day. We bought these tortillas from Costco that you have to cook yourself. They’re delicious, but I didn’t factor in the time it took to cook those since I’m assuming most people buy cooked tortillas. I’m telling you though, if you can find Tortilla Land brand, it’s worth the bit of extra time. There is almost nothing better than a fresh tortilla. Except for fresh eggs wrapped in a warm tortilla. Life is good!

 Breakfast Burrito

Breakfast Burrito

  Breakfast Burrito
 
Prep Time: 10 mins   Total Time: 10 mins
Makes: 1 serving, two small burritos
 
Ingredients:
2 eggs
1 tablespoon of water or milk
2 taco sized tortillas
1/4 cup of shredded cheese
1/4 cups of sliced veggies
Salsa
 
Directions:
1) Beat eggs in a small bowl and add either the water or milk.
2) In a small pan, scramble the eggs until cooked to desire consistency. I like mine of the softer side.
3) Scoop half the eggs into one of the tortillas and sprinkle half the cheese and veggies on top. Tuck the ends and roll into a burrito. Do the same for the second one.
4) Top with salsa and other favorites, such as sour cream.

 

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