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Prepare For Busy Mornings With Quick Freezer Breakfast Burritos

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What is it about frozen breakfast foods that make them so delicious?  Okay, really, most of them are not all that good.  They’re just convenient.  Have you ever looked at a the nutrition facts on a package of frozen waffles or sausage biscuits?  I’m very guilty of serving these up to my family, but then I had the idea of making breakfast ahead of time in individual portions, freezing them, and having them readily available when someone was hungry!  Why didn’t I think of this before?

My first freezer breakfast meal was individual breakfast burritos.  I buy raw tortillas that you cook because they have very few ingredients and taste the best, in my opinion.  I cooked them up really quickly, while I made my egg and sausage mixture.  Then, roll them up in Glad® Press’n Seal and make sure they are extra protected in the freezer with Glad® FreezerWareTM.  This ensures that they will be protected from freezer burn for a long time.  Sorry I can’t tell you how long they will last, but I’m pretty sure they will be eaten before they go bad, especially if they’re protected.  When someone wants a burrito, simply unwrap, wrap in a paper towel, warm for a minute or two in the microwave, and it’s breakfast time!

Directions for re-warming freezer breakfast burritos:

  1. Take a burrito out of the freezer.
  2. Unwrap.
  3. Loosely wrap in a paper towel.
  4. Microwave for 1-2 minutes (you will probably have to experiment with this due to microwaves being so different.)
  5. Let cool, top with your favorite salsa, and enjoy!

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Freezer Breakfast Burritos

Freezer Breakfast Burritos

These breakfast burritos are simple and delicious, and can easily be frozen and reheated during the week!


  • 8 burrito sized tortillas
  • 8-10 eggs
  • 3/4 cup cooked sausage
  • shredded cheese


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  1. Cook eggs and sausage until done.
  2. Lay out tortillas and scoop egg and sausage mixture on top. Don't overfill!
  3. Sprinkle with cheese, if desired.
  4. Fold up two opposite sides, and then roll one side until your burrito is snug and secure.Freezer Breakfast Burritos #SAVEITSUNDAY #FoodFairyTale ad
  5. Wrap each burrito in Glad® Press'n Seal.
  6. Place wrapped burritos in Glad® FreezerWareTM, snap lid on, and store in freezer.
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