I am so not a morning person. I wish I was. I envy people who can get up at the crack of dawn, run 5 miles, fold a few loads of laundry, clear their e-mail inbox and make a gourmet breakfast for their family – all before 7 am. For me, I carefully calculate exactly how many times I can hit the snooze alarm before I really need to get up, and then it turns into a mad dash around the house to get out the door on time.
Usually, this results in me skipping breakfast, which makes me a tad grumpy when 10am rolls around. I needed something nutritious and filling that I could eat on my way out the door, and would keep me full until lunchtime. Something that could be made ahead of time, and simply warmed up in the microwave as I finish getting dressed.
These burritos are incredibly versatile, and you can change the fillings to your own liking. I made homemade breakfast potatoes, but in the effort of saving time, feel free to use a bag of frozen hash browns. I used bacon, because that’s what I had on hand, but feel free to use breakfast sausage, or omit them all together for a vegetarian option. You can change up the cheese, throw in additional veggies, or even add hot sauce or salsa for an extra kick. Take an hour or two on a Sunday afternoon to fill your freezer with these burritos, and you’ll never have to skip breakfast again.
Source: Adapted from The Pioneer Woman