I made a big batch of breakfast burritos to freeze so I can grab an easy breakfast when I don't feel like cooking.
12 whole wheat tortillas (I eat the Mission Life Balance soft taco size, taste the best of whole wheat tortillas I think)
10 ounces light pork sausage
6 slices American Cheese (2 % if you want to save some cals)
12 eggs or equivalent amount of egg whites (I used 1 1/4 cup egg beaters which is equivalent to 5 eggs plus 7 whole eggs. I would have used all egg beaters but I forgot to defrost more)
2 1/2 cups of country/cream gravy
*If you don't want to use gravy, sub for salsa or hot sauce or just omit
Brown your sausage and drain if necesary. Mine was light and didn't get all greasy. Scramble your eggs up, prepare the gravy if from a mix and get everything out and get ready to go, assembly line style.
I like to put a clean cutting board down to work on.
Heat up about 4 tortillas at a time in the microwave between paper towels just enough so that they are pliable. Place on a cutting board and layer with half a slice cheese, 1/4 cup egg, 2 heaping tablespoons sausage (about .8 of an ounce), and 1/4 cup sausage gravy.
Roll the top and bottom over first and then roll the sides.
Roll the burrito in a half-sized paper towel and then put inside a plastic baggie. Make all the burritos and put into a freezer bag with the name of what it contains and the date you made them. Freeze and enjoy anytime.
To reheat, remove the plastic baggie and place the paper towel wrapped burrito on a plate. Heat for a minute in the microwave and turn over and heat for another minute. Check to make sure the middle is hot enough and enjoy.
12 breakfasts, easy peasy!
The calorie count on mine turned out to be around 300 calories, I like to eat around 400 cals for breakfast, so along with a piece of fruit this is perfect.