Mexican Breakfast Burritos (for your freezer)

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For a super quick and convenient breakfast, make a double batch of these Mexican Breakfast Burritos to have ready in the freezer. They are delicious no matter what time of day and can be made with your favorite ingredients. We love using homemade whole-wheat tortillas, too!
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Mexican Breakfast Burritos on 100 Days of Real Food

My family LOVES our original Breakfast Burrito recipe so much that I literally make them all the time. They are the perfect food for a freezer-friendly breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a snack on the go! 

So, after making them SOOOO many times, I decided to switch them up a bit for fun. I would love to introduce to you our new favorite … Mexican Breakfast Burritos!

My family was so excited when I told them the changes…

  • Chorizo instead of regular Breakfast Sausage
  • Poblanos and a Jalapeno in addition to Bell Peppers
  • Crumbled Queso Fresco instead of Monterey Jack
  • Red Onion instead of Yellow
Mexican Breakfast Burritos on 100 Days of Real Food

Plus, this gives me a chance to sort of “update” our burrito recipe since, for a while now, I’ve been using a frozen hash brown mix (one that includes root veggies) instead of using a fresh potato. Such a time-saver, and I love how it sneaks in some extra veggies without changing the flavor. You honestly can’t even tell the difference with everything else that’s going on in this recipe!

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Prepping Easy Breakfast Burritos for the freezer

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  1. 5 stars
    Great recipe! The only thing I substituted was a coconut tortilla and it was amazing! I have been craving mexican food and I loved this clean version of the breakfast burrito…thank you! :)

  2. What kind of chorizo do you buy? The only kind I see is the cheap, fatty and probably not good for you kind! I’d love an alternative choice! Thanks.

    1. 100 Days Admin

      Lisa usually gets hers from the local farmer’s market or butcher. It’s usually much better than what you’d find at the grocery stores. – Nicole