This is meal prep at its finest! Make these delicious protein-packed breakfast burritos to have before work or school all week long!
Today I am excited to be partnering with Flatout Bread for these delicious breakfast burritos. These are the ultimate Sunday morning breakfast and can even be frozen for later in the week!
I remember as a youngster making my dad breakfast burritos on the weekends. I was totally that kid who took every opportunity to get creative in the kitchen. Once I mastered one thing, I would move on to the next. Breakfast burritos were definitely a specialty and my Daddio LOVES them.
If you haven’t used a Flatout wrap, you need to get on that STAT. I used the Multi-Grain with Flax tortillas for this recipe which are only 100 calories, 15g of carbs, and 9g of protein. I love how chewy these are and the fact that they don’t tear when you wrap them. Who else wants to cry when their tortilla breaks?!
Did I mention that the Multi-Grain with Flax Flatouts are delicious with banana and peanut butter inside…speaking from experience here.
So, these burritos. They’re…
- High protein —> 25 grams to be exact!
- Made with only 8 ingredients!
- Lower in carbs
- Great for meal prep!
Any excuse to make bacon, right? My favorite place in the Twin Cities to buy my bacon is at the Farmer’s Market. Nothing better than supporting local farmers and knowing where your meat comes from! If you’re not a fan of bacon, feel free to add in breakfast sausage or skip the meat altogether.
Freezer Breakfast Burritos
- 8 large eggs
- splash of milk
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon minced garlic
- 1 medium red pepper finely minced
- 1/2 medium red onion finely minced
- 4 piece of thick-cut bacon cooked until crispy
- salt and pepper to taste
- Flatout Flatbreads or tortillas
- First, whisk 8 eggs in a large bowl and add a splash of milk. Set Aside.
- Heat a medium saucepan over medium/high heat and add olive oil and garlic. Sauté for 2 minutes.
- Add in red pepper and onion to the pan and sauté for a few minutes or until onions begin to turn translucent. Then, add in eggs and sauté for 3-5 minutes or until cooked.
- Place 1/4 of the egg mixture and a piece of cooked bacon on top of a Flatout Flatbread or tortilla. Then, sprinkle with cheese. Wrap tightly. EAT.
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The recipe is excellent. Thank you for the idea for dinner!
How do you reheat them?
Thanks for sharing and recommending flatout, gonna go check them out!
What’s your recommended reheating method/time? Thanks again!
These were great I did mine without bacon because I’m a vegetarian. Thanks for a great recipe.
If you want to try another idea with these wraps for lunch that does well in the fridge (never tried freezing) take a wrap warm it in a fry pan tthevadd one scrambled egg a thin layer of humus grilled zucchini and grilled tofu. Put as much or as little spices as you like with the tofu and veggie cookie. It will blow your mind with the flavor combination. I had anti tofu eaters gobbling them up a few weeks ago at a picnic.
Love your recommendations!
How many calories are they?
Could you leave the flatbread out and cook everything else like the eggs and bacon etc. And put that into foil. Could you then just microwave that? Or does the flat bread help keep everything fresh?
Hi, your ingredient list seems to be missing cheese. How much do you use, and what blend? Thanks!
Good catch! We used a Mexican blend and about 2 tablespoons per wrap!
How do you recommend I store these if I want to make multiple burritos At once and have ready to warm up?
Hey Allison! The directions on how to freeze are in the recipe. “Before wrapping them in tin foil, wrap them in plastic wrap and squeeze as much air out as possible. This will prevent freezer burn and allow them to last for up to 3 months in the freezer. What I like to do is write the name of the recipe on the tin foil followed by the date so that I know which ones to eat first.”
Love this recipe! Just wondering if there are any other recipes you would recommend for breakfast that I can prepare in advance?
Yes! I wrote a whole post on it —> https://fitfoodiefinds.com/2016/04/meal-prep-recipes-breakfast/
This recipe looks great! I’m new to meal prepping and am wondering how long these burritos are good for in the freezer? I’m not use to freezing things with egg in them and I’m looking to make a bunch for me and my husband. Thanks 🙂
I would say they are good for up to 3 months! Make sure you wrap them in plastic wrap to get as much air out as possible, followed by tin foil! Good luck!
9g of protein is not much, but tasty is great!
This has 25 grams of protein!
Also, does bacon stays crispy when you reheat the burrito?
Can you wrap everything and freeze it?
Yes you can wrap these and freeze them for sure! The bacon won’t be SUPER crispy because when you reheat it, bacon typically gets softer!
Look very testy and its simple. Love it. So delicious!
This look so good! I will try it today. Thank u.
Is there anything else you can wrap it and if you don’t like the flat out they taste funny to me other than that the burrito looks good
Tortilla. Sometimes I put left over French frys in my egg mixture. And a dab of herdez hot sauce.
These look great!! I am also wondering what the best reheating instructions would be. I’ve been drinking juice in the mornings and it is not giving me enough protein and I am starving by 9am (I wake up at 4:30 to workout) so thinking of trying these next week!
I would either pop them in the oven or let them thaw overnight and throw them in the microwave!
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What is the best way to go about re-heating them after you have frozen them?
Hi, Do you wrap these all up and then freeze or just freeze the egg mixture? I’m just getting on the mealprep bandwagon and have had some failures with eggs. Thanks so much. I’ve gotten lots of great recipes from you & I’m looking forward to trying this one
Hey Yvie! So sorry that wasn’t clear. Wrap them up and then wrap each individual one in tin foil and then into the freezer! Yay meal prep!
Freezer bags not storage bags cuz they will get freezer burnt.
Finally, real food. These burritos look tasty Lee! I need to make some of these for my post-workout meals. Thanks for your ideas.