And then, I have been making breakfast burritos for my sister, and her stressful grad school life. When she told my Dad that I was making them for her, he called me and said, "hey, when you're home this weekend, you should make some breakfast burritos for me" And because I'm a good daughter, I did.
Ingredients: Onions, cheese, beans, eggs, tortillas, salsa, sausage. (not pictured: butter and milk. I must have forgotten them in the lineup)
Cracked eggs in the bowl before whisking
Sausage Sautéing away
Burritos assembled before rolling.
Burritos are really easy to make- I'm not going to provide a recipe- just put in the stuff you like, roll, and freeze.
Then, when you are ready for breakfast, pull one out, wrap in a paper towel, and microwave for two minutes. Ta-da! breakfast on the run. I make all sorts of versions of these, and they usually average out to less than a dollar a burrito (depending on ingredients) which is much cheaper than getting breakfast out on your way to work. Plus, you know everything that goes in them.
Most awesome kitchen assistant ever. When I made these (and cooked for the whole weekend while I was home), and my Dad did all the dishes that I made. And I will tell you that I created a lot of dishes. I only wish that he would come down to Baltimore and do my dishes all the time.