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How to Make Quick and Easy Breakfast Burritos

Written by: | Published: April 21, 2018 | Updated: May 30, 2023

Hi friends! I have two recipes for easy breakfast burritos you can try.

Turn a skillet full of yummy breakfast food into heat and go quick and delicious breakfast burritos. You can adjust the ingredients to include your own favorites. I like to make a big batch of easy breakfast burritos and then freeze them so the kids can easily have a hot meal first thing in the morning even when we don’t have a lot of time. This is one of my favorite breakfast recipes because it’s so versatile! I have all kinds of little tricks for cooking meals ahead of time, it’s a great way to make meals for the family with a busy schedule!

Breakfast Burritos - delicious and quick to make
Breakfast Burritos – delicious and quick to make

Easy Breakfast Burritos

I love making these breakfast burritos, they are one of my favorite breakfast recipes. They are so fast and easy to create, I can mix up the ingredients and the kids can even help! I like to make up a big batch and then everyone can grab a hot breakfast every morning without my help, just grab a burrito, pop it in the microwave and heat it up! These recipes also work great with homemade tortillas or even gluten free wraps.

Pick which breakfast burrito recipe you’d like to try:

Or, check out my tips for making breakfast burritos ahead of time and reheating.

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This might just become your goto breakfast from here on. That said, if you don’t want to make your own breakfast burritos… or breakfast at all, I recommend checking yelp for a nearby breakfast stop.  But it might be quicker to just make these burritos and be on your way. I’d love to hear what flavor combinations you come up with!

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65 thoughts on “How to Make Quick and Easy Breakfast Burritos”

  1. Hi! I’m assuming bacon will work just the same as sausage? Can’t wait for this. I make homemade salsa and love breakfast burritos with salsa.

    • I think bacon would be amazing! Did you try it out? For bacon, I would cook up the bacon by itself first, and then add the other ingredients to it so that the mixture soaks up that yummy bacon flavor but you get crispy bites of bacon too.

    • I can usually get about 6 burritos made with this, but just add more eggs and sausage for more burritos. (Or use smaller tortillas) Enjoy!

  2. Y’all I just made this yesterday for my husband because he’s always buying gas station food for breakfast ? and MY GOD! ? y’all I did everything the same but added diced onions, diced green pepper, diced red pepper and a can of rotel with the green chiles in it and I got 16 burritos! Monay! ? I snagged some this morning to try and… They are to die for. ? try em! It’s worth the extra effort.

  3. 2keep warm for an outing: Heat up your empty cooler with heating pads or heated dry towels. Fill up cooler with space for your burritos.. … container or stored in a plastic bag.. they will stay safely warm up to 4 hours.

  4. Would parchment paper be a happy medium between the plastic and foil? I’m nervous with the kids microwaving plastic wrap. Does it not melt?
    And thank you for the delish dish idea!!!

    • Hi Chanda, Parchment paper might work, but it’s more difficult to hold in place for a burrito. (Unless you have a trick you’d like to share!). I use the Press And Seal plastic wrap. It doesn’t melt at all, just be careful or steam while unwrapping. Let me know how that works.

  5. Hi great idea can you eat these cold like if taken in a lunch cooler then eaten. I don’t mind cold stuff I wrap everything for lunches

    • Great idea! I don’t mind cold food either… especially if it’s got some great flavor. You could add all your favorite spices to make them extra delicious.


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