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Breakfast Burritos

The first time I saw this, I wasn't going to order it because I thought how strange.  But my husband did, and we all loved it. 

So here I am making a ton of them! They are SO easy, so budget friendly, and the best part is that they freeze! So, make a bunch and freeze them for a easy grab and go morning breakfast. 


The amount is really up to you... Do you want to make a ton? Maybe you have a small freezer and want to just try out a few. When I make them, I usually make about 40. I buy the 5 dozen egg basket at costco, and the tortilla wraps. 

  • Eggs (about 1 for every 2 tortillas)
  • Red onion- about 1/2 a large one- diced fine
  • Red Bell pepper- 2 chopped fine
  • Potatoes- 2 medium/large chopped in small cubes
  • Cheddar- 8-10oz
  • American Cheese- 5 slices
  • 1lb of breakfast sausage 
  • 3tbsp butter
  • 1/4cup of milk
  • 2cups chopped tomatoes
  • salt
  • pepper


  • Chop up the potatoes (I peeled mine) and chop the red bell pepper
  • Mix them around in some oil (I use avocado) and salt and pepper them, lay out in a single layer on a cookie sheet
  • Cook at 425 until the potatoes are tender (about 25 mins)


  • Now cook the eggs
  • Place 3 tbsp of butter in the bottom of your pan
  • Mix your eggs, put the milk and salt and pepper
  • Place all eggs (or work in batches that you're comfortable with) 
  • Keep stirring! The secret to fluffy eggs AND cooking this many eggs at once is not to let the heat get too hot and to keep stirring
  • Keep the heat at medium 
  • Stir in the American Cheese before they are done


  • Cook breakfast sausage
  • Place in medium temperature pan and cook until done


  • Chop up the red onion
  • Chop up the tomatoes
  • Mix and set aside in bowl


Time to assemble! If you are going to freeze them, I wrap them in parchment, then wrap in foil. Put them all in a ziplock after wrapping. 


The assembly line...


It's a wrap!