These Make-Ahead Breakfast Burritos are freezer-friendly and easy to make. They work perfectly for busy schedules and all you need to do is reheat them!

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Super Easy Make-Ahead Breakfast Burritos


Prep Time: 12 mins

Cook Time: 40 mins


– 12 (10 inches) – organic flour or wheat tortilla – ▢12 large – eggs (I used-home raised chicken eggs) – ▢4 large - russet potatoes (I used homegrown potatoes) – ▢8 slices - turkey bacon (you may use bacon of your choice) – ▢8 oz. - organic ham – ▢16 oz - organic sharp cheddar cheese – ▢Sea salt (garlic salt and black pepper to taste) – ▢½ cup - grass-fed organic milk – ▢Extra light olive oil for sautéing

Step 1

Peel, rinse, and cut the potatoes into strips. Sprinkle salt, garlic salt, and black pepper to taste.

Step 2

Sprinkle 2 tablespoons of olive oil onto a pan or baking sheet. Pan-fry or oven-bake the potatoes for 15 minutes on medium-high heat or until soft and tender inside. Set aside to cool completely.

Step 3

Whisk the eggs with milk in a large bowl and add salt and pepper to taste. Scramble the egg mixture in a large skillet, stirring frequently to prevent burning. Transfer the scrambled eggs to a large platter and let them cool completely.

Step 4

Cube the ham and sauté it in the same pan used for the eggs over medium heat for a couple of minutes. Transfer it to a small bowl and let it cool.

Step 5

Cut bacon into strips and sauté it in the same pan as the eggs and ham for a couple of minutes. Transfer the bacon to a small bowl and let it cool.

Step 6

While the above ingredients are cooling down, shred the cheese.

Step 7

Place a tortilla on a clean work surface. Add about 10 strips of potatoes onto one end of the tortilla. Sprinkle with a tablespoon of shredded cheddar cheese, followed by a tablespoon of bacon and ham. Place some scrambled eggs on top and add about 3 more tablespoons of grated cheese.

Step 8

Roll the burrito tightly, folding both sides halfway through rolling.

Step 9

Place the rolled burrito onto a small piece of freezer paper, roll it up, and secure it with a small piece of tape. Label the burrito with the date and place it in a freezer container to freeze for several months.

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