Have I mentioned how much of a morning person I am not? I hate mornings. It doesn’t matter how much sleep I got the night before, I just hate mornings. Unless it’s a real special occasion, you will not see me get up in the morning, and make breakfast. I’m a morning zombie. Doing stuff in the morning, does not happen. However, I still have to provide things for my family to eat. Everyone can operate a microwave all by themselves, so that opens up lots of things for breakfast! Like these incredibly delicious breakfast burritos. These are perfect for make-ahead. They’re also perfect to make for dinner! I’m a huge huge huge fan of breakfast for dinner because like I said, I’m no morning person, but on the other hand I LOVE breakfast foods.
So, if you’re like me, and it takes all you’ve got just to make coffee in the morning, you’re gonna love this! It’s super easy, and it freezes and reheats well. Perfect to zombie your way to the freezer, snag one, and stuff it in the microwave. Or for your kids to grab for breakfast without waking you up 😂. Or you can skip the freezing, and do what I love, breakfast for dinner! Here’s all you do…
Brown up your bulk pork sausage in a large skillet until it’s no longer pink and then drain the fat. Dump in your frozen potatoes o’brien, and cook until it’s heated through and soft. Then dump your lightly beaten eggs in and stir and cook until your eggs are set.
Now comes the fun part! Spoon some sausage mixture a little off center of your tortilla, top with some cheese, and roll it up like a burrito. This took me a few tries and a youtube video before I finally got it. So not kidding. I’m not the world’s best burrito roller-er. 😆
Then just plop those babies in a lightly sprayed 13×9 baking dish. Yes, we’re going to bake them just for a few minutes, because trust me, by the time you get them all rolled up, they’ll be cold. We’re just going to heat them up in the oven is all.
Once heated through, serve them with your favorite toppings, and enjoy! If freezing these ahead of time, obviously you don’t need to heat them through in the oven. Just go from rolling them up, to packaging for the freezer.