Freezer Breakfast Burritos

These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.
Freezer Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast burritos can also make a fabulous, easy dinner. Add a side of refried beans and some cilantro-lime rice and you have breakfast for dinner, south-of-the-border style. Frozen burritos are quick and convenient. Your whole meal, wrapped in a portable package—ready to heat and eat.

These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

These freezer burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

I’m excited to bring you another recipe that I created in partnership with Reynolds. I’ve been focusing on freezer meals, making weekdays and nights a little bit easier! What I find works best for me, is taking a recipes I plan on making for my family and doubling it, freezing the other half rather than dedicating a whole day to meal prep. The reason I love doing it this way is I find it doesn’t really take me much more time to double a recipe. These breakfast burritos are perfect for a “there’s nothing in my fridge” breakfast, lunch or super-easy dinner.

These freezer burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

For the freezer burritos, I used Reynolds Wrap Heavy-Duty Aluminum Foil which not only protects food over direct heat, it also helps prevent freezer burn when wrapping foods for freezer storage. To heat them up, I tested these out several ways: heating them in the oven from frozen which takes the longest but heats up great. Thawing them overnight in the refrigerator, then baking which cuts the time down and yields great results. And my least favorite, but works when you are pressed because it’s the quickest method is microwaving from frozen. In each case, I find toasting them at the end either by broiling or putting them on a hot skillet, greatly improves the taste of the tortilla.

How to freeze burritos for meal prep:

  1. Place the aluminum foil on a work surface vertically, place the rolled burrito in the center bottom third, roll partially, then fold the sides over the burrito to the center, then continue to roll it tight.
  2. Transfer to a freezer bag to prevent freezer burn (you can reuse the bags).
  3. Use a sharpie to label it with the name and date. I find it helpful to also write down cook time and temp for reheating.

How to heat frozen burritos:

  1. To reheat, thawed overnight in the refrigerator: (Best results and great if you remember)
    Transfer burrito to the refrigerator the night before. Bake in foil, in a preheated oven 425F 20 minutes, turning halfway. Unwrap foil and bake uncovered 5 minutes. Optional, you can also broil 2 to 3 minutes at the end to toast.
  2. To reheat direct from freezer to oven: (Best results if you forget to thaw the burritos, but takes longer)
    Bake in a preheated oven 425F 45 minutes turning halfway. Unwrap foil and bake uncovered 5 minutes. Optional, you can also broil 2 to 3 minutes at the end to toast. Let stand 2 minutes before eating.
  3. To reheat direct from freezer to microwave (Least favorite results, but quickest option) Remove the burrito from the foil and place on a microwave safe dish, cover with a paper towel microwave 1 minute. Turn then cook an additional 1 to 1 1/2 minutes. Let stand 2 minutes before eating. (optional, brown on a skillet 2 minutes on each side to toast, or broil 2 to 3 minutes.

Breakfast Burritos Variations:

  • Make them vegetarian by skipping the bacon.
  • Or swap the bacon for sausage or ham.
  • Skip the cheese to make them dairy-free.

How To Make Breakfast Burritos

These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week. These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.
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Freezer Breakfast Burritos

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261 Cals 21 Protein 18 Carbs 16 Fats
Prep Time: 20 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
Yield: 6 servings
COURSE: Breakfast
CUISINE: American, Mexican
These freezer breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs, scallions, bell pepper, bacon and cheese, are a great way to start the day! Make them ahead and freeze them for meal prep so you can have them ready any day of the week.

Ingredients

  • 6 strips center cut bacon
  • 10 large eggs, beaten
  • 4 scallions, chopped
  • 1/2 red bell pepper, diced
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 12 tablespoons shredded cheddar or pepper jack cheese
  • 6 8-inch low carb flour tortillas (I used Ole Xtreme Wellness)
  • 6 pieces Reynolds Wrap Heavy-Duty Aluminum Foil, cut 10 x 12 inches each
  • hot sauce for serving, optional

Instructions

  • Char both sides of the tortillas on a hot griddle or over the open flame. Keep warmed in the oven if eating right away. This will help the tortillas become more pliable and also improves the taste, in my opinion.
  • Heat a large non-stick skillet over medium heat. Add the bacon and cook until cooked through, about 4 to 5 minutes. Transfer with a slotted spoon to drain on a paper towel lined plate.
  • In a large bowl whisk the eggs with salt. Mix in scallions and bell pepper.
  • Discard the bacon grease leaving 1 teaspoon then add the eggs, let them set on the bottom then stir a few times to cook through, set aside.
  • On a clean work surface, divide a generous 1/2 cup of the egg mixture onto the bottom third of the tortilla. Top each a slice of bacon and 2 tablespoons cheese. Roll from the bottom, folding the left and right corners in toward the center and continue and roll into a tight cylinder.  Set aside, seam-side down, and repeat with remaining tortillas and filling.
  • If eating right away, heat a skillet over medium heat. When hot, spray the skillet with oil and add the burritos, seam side down. Cook, covered, until the bottom of the burritos are golden brown, about 2 minutes on each side. Serve with hot sauce or salsa, if desired.

How to freeze burritos for meal prep:

  • Place the foil on a work surface vertically, place the rolled burrito in the center bottom third, roll partially, folding the sides of the foil over the burrito, then roll it up.
  • Transfer to a freezer bag to prevent freezer burn (you can reuse the bags).
  • Use a sharpie to label it with the name and date. (also helpful to write down cook time and temp).

How to heat frozen burritos:

  • To reheat, thawed overnight in the refrigerator: (Best results)
  • Transfer burrito to the refrigerator the night before. Bake in foil, in a preheated oven 425F 20 minutes, turning halfway. Unwrap foil and bake uncovered 5 minutes. Optional, you can also broil 2 to 3 minutes at the end to toast.
  • To reheat direct from freezer to oven: (Best results)
  • Bake in a preheated oven 425F 45 minutes turning halfway. Unwrap foil and bake uncovered 5 minutes. Optional, you can also broil 2 to 3 minutes at the end to toast. Let stand 2 minutes before eating.
  • To reheat direct from freezer to microwave (Least favorite results):  Remove the burrito from the foil and place on a microwave safe dish, cover with a paper towel microwave 1 minute. Turn then cook an additional 1 to 1 1/2 minutes. Let stand 2 minutes before eating. (optional, brown on a skillet 2 minutes on each side to toast, or broil 2 to 3 minutes.
  • To reheat in air fryer, thawed overnight in the refrigerator: (crisp results)
  • Transfer burrito to the refrigerator the night before. Unwrap and discard foil, spritz with a little oil and air fry in a preheated air fryer 400F 8 to 9 minutes, turning halfway until heated through in the center.

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Notes

Refrigerate for 4 to 5 days. Freeze for up to 3 months.

Nutrition

Serving: 1burrito, Calories: 261kcal, Carbohydrates: 18g, Protein: 21g, Fat: 16g, Saturated Fat: 6g, Cholesterol: 325mg, Sodium: 723mg, Fiber: 11g
Blue Smart Points: 4
Green Smart Points: 7
Purple Smart Points: 4
Points +: 8
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Reynolds. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Skinnytaste possible. All thoughts are my own.

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155 comments

  1. Made these last night, with 50% less fat medallions and popped it into the air fryer this morning and had it with some hot sauce! It was really really good 😊 

  2. Thank you for this!  Exactly what I have been looking for.  Excellent!

  3. We had these for breakfast this morning. They are delicious, especially with the pepper jack cheese — just enough spice. That said, I am so inept at rolling a tortilla into a burrito. I think I warmed them a little too much which made them very difficult to fold. After destroying one warmed tortilla, I had one left that was not warmed. So I left it as is and it was very easy to fold. Four burritos went into the freezer. I’m hoping that using the air fryer to heat them will be just fine especially for the one burrito that did not get warmed.

  4. Could you airfry these instead of bake

  5. These are SO good! I used spinach in place of the veggies because that is what I had and that was excellent too! These are so easy to heat and eat and are very filling for the point value. 

  6. not understanding these measurements

    3.33 large eggs (beaten)
    1.33 scallions (chopped)
    0.17 red bell pepper (diced)
    0.17 teaspoon salt

  7. These are excellent! From the freezer I microwave for 45 seconds and then spray with a little oil and airfry for a few minutes. Much quicker then the oven and sooo good! Another winner Gina! 😊

  8. Is it possible to add hash browns ir tater tots to this recipe?  Would it freeze well with tgat?

  9. I made this and loved it. I used only eggs, bacon,cheese and tortilla because Onion and Peppers aren’t my favorites for breakfast. I now have this on every week’s menu. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Easy, delicious, and great for meal prep!

  11. This recipe is wonderful I always add a green chili

  12. Excellent, just one is pretty filling. Made it will low carb tortilla for a nice keto meal!

  13. I love this! It’s easy and they taste great. I make them over and over again. I thaw one in the fridge overnight and pop in the oven in the morning.

  14. Great recipe! I think these would be great for a camping weekend too!

  15. What an awesome recipe! I love making these for meal prep. I follow the recipe to a t, except I usually sub in some egg whites for eggs and use Turkey bacon or Turkey sausage. The only thing that I do differently as far as reheating is when using the Air Fryer I do 360 F for about 5 minutes. I found that 400 degrees makes my tortilla way TOO crispy. But it could definitely be the tortillas I’m using. So good!

  16. I LOVE these burritos! A simple make ahead meal that freezes beautifully and tastes yummy?  I am all in!  I add some canned green chiles to the egg for heat and some spinach for nutrition.  These are on my make every week list!  Down 25 pounds on mostly skinnytaste recipes.  Thanks Gina, A Fan

  17. Does anyone know if this recipe would work with meatless soy bacon? Not picky about the brand! Thanks. 

  18. What a tasty breakfast burrito…I made these to have a ready made meal in the freezer and the hubby had to eat one right away…so I froze 5 and heated one of them on the stove top…the hubby was kind enough to let me have a bite so I could rate it…we’re going to have a couple of them for breakfast tomorrow…going to do the overnight in frig to see how well that works…if all goes well with the reheating (which I’m sure it well…) my next batch I’m going to cook up some breakfast sausage and cut them up and use them instead of the bacon…or maybe I’ll use up some leftover ham…thanks for sharing your recipe…made for “Alphabet” tag game at FFF…

  19. Delicious! I’ve made them a couple of times now. I double the recipe so we actually have some to freeze because the husband grabs them two at a time. Love them.

  20. I omitted the bacon since I didn’t feel like defrosting a pack for just a couple slices, used onion instead of scallion, and added diced tomatoes. I topped with salsa and a dab of Sriracha and they were fantastic. Warming the tortillas first definitely made a difference.

  21. These are amazing and great frozen. I just take one out of freezer the night before and place in a hot pan ( no oil ) for abot 1 min each side to crisp them up. Deilicious and so easy. Another winner Gina!

  22. Delicious!

  23. Great recipe! But unfortunately, the frozen version is not so great. The wraps and eggs get this rubbery texture. When I ate them fresh or kept them in the fridge, they were much better. I will definitely make these again, but I won’t be freezing them. Thanks for the recipe!  

  24. These turned out great!

  25. These were sooooo good! Loved them and loved how easy they were to make. 

  26. I love a good breakfast burrito! This has great flavor and I love that we can do a healthy breakfast that still has items that feel like “cheats”. I really think that incorporating things like cheese and tortillas, but in healthy moderation, keeps me on track and away from binges! We have enjoyed these all week so far and my hubby says that he could eat these every morning! 
    For me, I have found that my favorite way to reheat them is 45 seconds in the microwave followed by 3 min in the air fryer at 400*. 
    I was shocked to find that these taste just as fresh after freezing as they do after being just refrigerated! We just made sure to let them thaw overnight in the refrigerator as suggested in the recipe. I love these with a little hot sauce and a dab of NF Greek yogurt.

  27. Can they be reheated in the Air Fryer??? 

  28. Can i just say how much I LOVE that you still take the time and effort to calculate out Points Plus as well as all the other variations of WW plans? I still follow PP and go back to it anytime I need to lose a few; it’s worked better for me than any other weight loss plan, so your site is a lifesaver. Thank you so much!

  29. if you’re on green, to cut down on points
    use egg whites instead of eggs (this substitution makes a big difference, when eggs are 2 pts each(
    use Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles, or turkey pepperoni  instead of the bacon
    use low-fat cheese instead of full-fat

  30. Do the eggs get rubbery after being frozen and reheated?

    • I had the same concern, but no they don’t! We had half of our burritos just refrigerated, and half frozen. They honestly tasted the same, I wouldn’t have been able to taste the difference in a side by side comparison. But we did make sure to thaw them overnight in the fridge, so they were already thawed when we reheated

  31. I just made these! I used the Tumaros wraps which are 1 point. I also used fat free shredded cheddar. When I put everything into the recipe builder on WW, mine come out as only 2 points each! I’m gonna assume it’s because I used fat free cheese? Thanks? 

  32. How long can you freeze the egg burritos for?

  33.  Could these be reheated in an air fryer? What temp/time?

    • Have you tried this? Wondering the same thing

      • My FIL has done this! He zaps them in the microwave for a minute so they aren’t totally frozen first. And then puts them in the air fryer. I haven’t personally tried them, but my husband said they came out amazing!

    • II cooked it at 400 for 15-20 minutes in the foil for my hubby and he said it turned out great.

    • Yes, this worked great for us! I reheated 45 sec in the microwave and then air fryer at 400* for 3 min. You can go longer if you want them more chimichanga style. Just be sure they are thawed first, otherwise I would increase the time considerably

  34. Delicious and well worth the prep time! I made them last weekend and we had them for Sunday breakfast. My husband and I loved them👍

  35. Do you think you could take these camping and reheat them on the BBQ?

  36. I know I’m commenting a long time after this was posted, but I had to add:  I bought burrito sized tortillas (10-inch, I think?) by accident this week, and that tunrned out to be a great size for my husband and I to split.

  37. Delicious and really filling! I made these with turkey bacon as I don’t eat bacon and they were great. 

    Thank you for another standout recipe! 

  38. Can you heat these in the air fryer?

  39. Thanks so much for this recipe. I am the type of person who needs breakfast but doesn’t want to get up even a minute early to eat it. These breakfast burritos are a life saver! I preheat my toaster while I am in the shower and then throw in the burrito to cook up while getting ready. I am able to grab it as I go out the door and eat it on the way to work. It is super easy to prep on Sunday and taste great! I usually throw in 3 more eggs and more bell pepper to make 8 so I don’t have leftover tortillas. Never have gotten around to freezing them since they are fought over by the whole family. Next time I am going to add some jalapeño and diced green chilies.

  40. These are so delicious! Even our picky little eaters hobbled these right up. Thank you Gina for another fabulous recipe!

  41. This is my new favorite breakfast! I am slowly getting back into meal prepping and healthier eating, and your recipes are making my life so much easier during the busy week! I have made them the last 2 weeks. I didn’t freeze mine, and wrapped them in parchment paper. Stick them in the microwave for 1 minute before I leave, and they are easy to eat in the car!

  42. I’m going to be doing the freezer method. Should I let the eggs and bacon cool before assembling with the shredded cheese? Thanks so much! Looking forward to having something besides cereal for dinner. 

  43. HI!

    Made these last night and froze them- heated one up this morning per your instructions of pulling straight from the freezer and into the oven for 45 minutes, however the center cut bacon I cooked last night (which was deliciously crispy and tasty then) turned rubbery and chewy once these baked in the oven.

    Any suggestions? I will likely make using soyrizo next time per the suggestion below.

  44. Delicious! I substituted MIssion whole wheat tortillas for the low carb and otherwise followed as written. I have been following directions to reheat after thawing. I open the foil for the last two to three minutes of baking and the tortilla gets a nice crunch on the outside. I was falling into a bad habit of hitting the drive thru on the way to work and knowing I have these ready to go has put a stop to that.

  45. Just let me add to the comments on these…my husband and I both love them, After first following Gina’s recipe, when we made them again (and again and again), we went out on our own and tried different stuffings. Whatever you put in thee, they are always good. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks!

  46. Wow. These were so easy and tasty. I struggle with a easy breakfast and these really helped to plan ahead. Thank you!!

  47. Great for meal preppers or for those who need something to grab and go in the morning. Because we made them ourselves, we were able to easily customize them for each family member’s preferences. Such a tasty pick-me-up on a work day morning.

  48. Hi Gina! I wrapped my leftovers in tin foil like you said, and left them in the refrigerator overnight. I reheated them with the oven method, but when I went to remove the tin foil, the tortilla had totally stuck to it. Any idea as to what I might have done wrong?

  49. I have made these with a similar recipe many times, but I always use turkey sausage and plenty of cilantro. I also like to grill them on the George Foreman before freezing – it’s like a grilled stuffed burrito from taco bell and it really helps hold them together. I wrap mine in wax or parchment paper before putting them in a ziploc freezer bag, and just nuke them for 2mins straight from the freezer. It may not be as good as fresh, but it’s an awesome breakfast when you are short on time and need to grab and go!

  50. Never made it to the freezer!…my family loved them so much they ate them pretty quickly.

  51. Made this with Soyrizo and it was tasty and easy. Definitely my new favorite breakfast meal prep!!

  52. These are so delicious! Even my husband is hooked! Thanks gina!

  53. As someone who has made 3,423 freezer breakfast burritos I’ll throw in my two cents…

    1. Low fat/carb tortillas generally suck for reheating. If you find some you like, great. We don’t skimp on the burrito because we’ll save calories somewhere else. Find something you like to eat.
    2. It’s a great way to add veggies. We also add Green Chili to ours and Jalapeños too. 
    3. If you have those hash brown patties or tater tots left over, freeze them for burritos. They add a great crunch and are always welcome. 
    4. Don’t over stuff as Gina says. Always leads to problems. 
    5. For the love of God add pepper and salt to those eggs. You aren’t going to do it as you eat the burrito so do it beforehand. It’s essential. 
    6. Don’t want bacon? I’m not a fan of “fake veggie meat” but dear lord is Soyrizo the greatest thing you can add to these burritos. It’s utterly delicious and I hate Soy generally. But it works here in a way that will have you swearing off sausage and bacon from these. 
    7. Our burritos never last long enough to need to put them in the freezer bags. But Gina’s right, heavy duty is the way to go here and Reynolds Wrap’s version of it is just the best. I hate recommending a specific product but don’t buy the generic foil. Just don’t. RW’s works great.
    8. Reheating: She’s dead right here, best way is to thaw overnight.  But the microwave isn’t that bad. If you are at work and don’t have an oven.. just heat it using the power setting on your microwave. heating anything at 10 is a terrible idea.. you get warm and cold pockets. Take 1 extra second and choose power level 7 and do these at 1:30 and they are just better. Trust me.   Enjoy!!

    • Greg, 
      Can you please explain the use if hash brown patties or tator tots. Do you cook them and crumble up in the eggs.?  

    • Greg, I have to disagree with you about low fat/low carb tortillas.  There are some very good ones out there that work great.  For diabetics, it’s not so much about calories, because this is low cal anyway,  as it is about carbs.  However,  I made these and froze them a couple weeks ago.  The first time I reheated one, I used the oven method since I had the extra time and it turned out great.  This morning, I used the microwave method, full power,  1 minute, turn, 1 1/2 minute, and my low fat/low carb tortilla was perfect, nice and soft,  and not at all soggy or hard.   Then I crisped it up in a hot skillet, my preference, but was perfect right out of the microwave..  This process took about 3 minutes in total, and it was just like restaurant style.  I do agree with you that these can be filled in numerous ways to anyones taste.

  54. Hi how many ounces is the cheese? I really prefer weighing my cheese because you can stuff a tablespoon or cup full.

  55. These breakfast burritos are delicious!  They are the quick and easy answer to those days when I have the “breakfast blahs” and nothing sounds good – until I remember I have these in the freezer.  I used precooked turkey sausage instead of bacon (didn’t have bacon on hand), and they are SO good!!!  Thanks, Gina!

  56. Omg these are to deeeelicious… thanks for sharing 🙂

  57. These were AMAZING!!! My husband flipped out. We had some right away for dinner and froze the rest. Would love more recipes like this, thank you Gina!!

  58. I wrap my breakfast burritos in parchment paper and please a number of them in zip lock bags when I place them in the freezer. We take them directly out of the freezer and microwave them for 1 minute for each burrito. We have also wrapped them in aluminum foil and heated a large number of them over the camp fire, when the family of ten camp together.

  59. I LOVE breakfast burritos!  I could eat them every day.  YUM!

  60. Made these over the weekend and I imagine they will be gone by next weekend. Delicious and so easy!

  61. This is such a quick, easy, and delicious option for mornings. I love it because I can defrost the night before and take with me to work to easily pop in the microwave! I normally eat scrambled eggs, so this is a nice and easy replacement for my typical breakfast choice. You absolutely have to toast the wraps…makes it so much better!

  62. PSA- I tried this with the La Tortilla Factory low carb wheat tortillas and they are way too small. All the filling spills out the sides. Still delicious, but definitely get a bigger tortilla. The only changes I made were using egg whites for half of the eggs and adding spinach. 

  63. Since I plan on making these breakfast burritos with plans to reheat in microwave for crazy fast mornings, would grilling the tortillas before freezing help with flavor? Thanks.

  64. What if it’s meal prep for the week, what’s the best to reheat?

  65. If I changed the cheese to a reduced fat cheese, how would this affect the calories and the fat content?

    • Gina couldn’t possibly calculate all the nutritional info for every modification people might want to make to her recipes. She is already doing the majority of the work for us by giving us these recipes and the nutritional info for them as they are written.

      Using common sense, reduced fat cheese would certainly lower the calories and fat content, but you would have to do the calculations yourself to figure out by how much. It’s not hard to do, and you will get more accurate info by doing it yourself rather than asking Gina, because you know exactly what products you are using. 

  66. I used to do this all the time until I started working from home.  I made them in batches of 10 (or as many wraps as came in the package), and would vary the flavors within the batch so it didn’t get boring.  My favorite was some leftover scraps from a tapas party: chorizo, manchego, roasted broccoli, and roasted red peppers.

    This also works great with English muffins if you cook the egg in an egg ring.  I used to do a Benedict-inspired version with a fried egg (yolk pierced so it cooks evenly, since you can’t freeze a runny yolk), Canadian bacon, and some lemon juice soaked into the top muffin half to hint at Hollandaise.

  67. If I wanted to make a batch and not freeze them, how long would they be good in the refrigerator?

  68. How can I make these gluten free?

  69. I’m confused about how many freestyle WW points these are?  Not sure what 4 and :8 means. 

    Thank you 

  70. Hi Gina,

    Recipe looks wonderful. Just wondering how many calories are in the wraps you use. They don’t stock that brand in Vancouver so I’m looking for a calorie similar option. Loving your stuff!

    Katie

  71. Thoughts on reheating in the microwave? My hubby & plan to take them to work & we will only have a microwave to hear them up. 
    Thanks!

  72. Finally got on bandwagon to do some meal prep items. Of course I had to eat one right away as they looked so good and were! I don’t know if they will make it to the freezer. I had new item Morning Star chorizo crumbles and I added those, steamed up some button mushrooms along with onion and peppers, and used eggbeaters and only a 1/2 laughing cow cheddar wedge in each. At end added some steamed broccolini and a dab of re fried beans before I rolled them up. Possibilities are endless. With my combo these ended up around 140 calorie each. Those Extreme Wellness Tortillas are terrific. I will experiment and see if these veggie additions make them soggy when reheating.

  73. I love when you do freezer meals!  Most of the freezer meal recipes I have found aren’t very healthy.  So it is very appreciated any time you give us some healthy options.   Thank you!

  74. How about heating in a Nesco roaster? Thinking these would be a good breakfast for concessions at summer swim meets. wouldn’t be able to toast them. I might use a real tortilla instead of a lo carb wrap.

  75. I made a single serving this morning, since I had all of the ingredients (I used 1 egg + 1 egg white)–it was great!. I think your meal prep will replace my super-market frozen (low-cal) food breakfasts especially when I need to catch very early morning flights! I’m thinking about thawing in refrigerator over night, and then in the morning ….a short microwave zap (70%?) along with getting it crispier in a frying pan… hope it takes no longer than 10 minutes.:) Thank you!

  76. Are the reheat instructions for frozen or thawed to oven switched? If defrosted in the fridge overnight, I would think it takes less time to reheat than freezer to oven. #1 says 20 mins in oven but is for thawed.  Can you clarify?

  77. How many WW Freestyle points for one of the listed tortilla shells? Just for comparison to what I can find in my area (Canada). Thanks!

  78. Sorry if I missed it, but how long can these last in the freezer?

  79. These look AMAZING! However, unfortunately my boys don’t like peppers or scallions/onions. Any suggestions on what to substitute instead? Thanks so much!!!!

  80. My daughter is allergic to egg what would you use instead? Maybe fried potatoes?

  81. Thanks Gina these look great. Thanks for sharing

  82. This sounds delicious and i must try it next week… but can i put sauce on the burrito before freezing? or will it make the burrito soggy when i reheat it. I love bbq sauce with my bacon and eggs…yum!!

  83. Could they be reheated  in the air fryer? If so how ?

  84. Can you reheat in air fryer?

  85. Thanks for another delicious recipe, Gina! I always wondered how to keep the tortilla from getting soggy after freezing. I am sure the boys in my house will put this in the meal plan. We cook your recipes all the time and feel so grateful for them- thank you!

  86. Can you explain how to char the tortilla on a hot griddle?  

  87. These look awesome! I don’t have those tortillas in my area…any other low point recommendations for tortillas? Totally making these!

    • La Tortilla Factory makes a low-carb tortilla. I am sure there are other brands, if anyone knows please comment!

    • Mission has some. They’re called Carb Balance, and they come in two sizes. Mission is available in most supermarkets. I’ve bought them at Target and Publix.

      • I actually like the taste of the Mission Carb Balance the best over the other brands.    And they are also easiest to find/ most often available at stores.

  88. Hi! Can I reheat the burritos in the air fryer? If so, should Inrelove or leave the foil? How much time and temperature? Thanks!

    • Yes, if you thaw overnight you can heat them in the air fryer 400F 8 minutes turning halfway. No foil, just spritz with olive oil.

  89. I can hardly wait to try these. I think they would heat nicely in my air fryer while I’m getting ready for work. The foil will keep them warm and I can have a filling and portable breakfast. Wins all the around! Thanks for sharing your gift, Gina!

  90. I know several people who will place their frozen burrito somewhere on their car engine, then drive to work (20 to 30 min drive). The burrito is usually perfectly cooked once they arrive.

  91. Might be a very stupid question haha but what about in a toaster oven? Would that be the same temp and time as a regular oven? Trying to avoid heating up the entire oven in the morning for one burrito. Thanks!

    • Yes, I think it would be the same.

    •  The toaster oven is even better than a regular oven for this!  You don’t have to wait for it to preheat, and it will shut itself off, so you can just ignore it while you go about your morning routine.  I used to make breakfast wraps in bulk, and I would do my dance practice while they heated up, and sometimes that ran long.  Even if I went 20 minutes over time, they’d still come out fine.  

      I don’t remember the exact time I used to use (now that I work from home, I buy breakfast at a café just to get out of the house), but Gina‘s times sound right to me.  I think I used a lower temperature (maybe 375 or 400?) but I also gave it a longer rest.

    • The toaster oven works brilliantly with these Kristine…