I'm currently trying to stock our freezer with meals for when Little Baby arrives & I have no time to do anything besides nurse our newborn & take care of our toddler. In anticipation of that blessed event, I made some breakfast burritos that are a variation on the Simple Dollar's recipe.
I scrambled a dozen eggs & thawed & cooked 2 bags of pre-chopped onions & peppers. While the peppers were cooking, I also drained & rinsed a can of black beans.
**Side note, if you are using frozen peppers & onions & have a lot of excess moisture, don't throw it away! Drain it off & add it to your homemade stock. It's super yummy & free!
Assemble burrito: eggs, cheese, a spoonful of beans, some peppers & onions, & some salsa if desired. (I found the salsa made the tortillas a little on the soggy side, but maybe that's just me?)
Wrap burritos in saran wrap or foil, bag, label & freeze. To thaw, unwrap, microwave for a minute or two, and voila, you have breakfast!
I was able to make these rather cheaply, so here's my cost breakdown using Aldi ingredients, unless specified:
12 eggs--99 cents on sale @ Walgreens
12 tortillas--99 cents
1 can of beans--55 cents
1 cup of cheese-- 44 cents
Salsa--Free (Thanks Gram for sharing your canning!)
Peppers & Onions--46 cents (approx)
Total: $3.43 or $0.29 each
Nothing like a healthy breakfast you can eat with one hand while nursing a baby!