So, we like to batch cook burritos in this house, so I would like to share with you a recent recipe we came up with for vegans and non-vegans. This recipe is enough to make 16 burritos, 8 vegan and 8 non-vegan, so if you want to just make vegan, omit the non-vegan items and half the shared items. More than anything, these are to inspire you to make your own amazing breakfast burritos.
When I make batch burritos, I usually spend a few hours on a Sunday making them. We then have easy dinners for weeks to come. These freeze and reheat great, so enjoy!
The inspiration for these burritos came recently when I had breakfast with my mom at The Root Cafe. We both got the breakfast banh mi, but I got tofu scramble (which is hiding under those amazing carrots), and she got eggs. I started thinking, "I bet these would be great in a burrito." And so they were.
Co-Meal: Breakfast Banh Mi Burritos
Makes 8 vegan and 8 non-vegan burritos
- tofu scramble (follow link for instructions)
- 2 packs firm tofu, drained
- 6 cups spinach
- juice from 1 lemon
- 1 can hot rotelle
- 1 tbs cumin
- 1 tbs tumeric
- 1 tbs thyme
- 1 tsp salt
- 12 eggs, scrambled
- 24 oz diced yukon gold potatoes, roasted
- 1 pack vegan bacon
- 1 pack precooked regular bacon
- 2 cups vegan cheese
- 2 cups regular cheese
- 3 diced jalapenos
- 1 cup shredded carrot
- 1/2 cup chopped cilantro
- 8 flour tortillas
To assemble, set all your ingredients out so you can easily put the burritos together. Your assembly like should have everything within reach. I'm going to give you the order in which I put everything in our burritos. Play with your own order and ratios, if you'd like.
Vegan Banh Mi Burrito
- vegan cheese
- tofu scramble
- vegan bacon
- vegan cheese
Wrap burrito then wrap in foil. Freeze together wrapped in foil in a ziplock bag.
Regular Banh Mi burrito
To reheat the burritos, place in a 400 degree (F) oven in foil for 1 hour. Serve with salsa!
I actually made 32 burritos this day, but I'll tell you about the dinner burritos another time. I am always more happy when our freezer is full of burritos.
I'm not even sure why I make dinner burritos, because we always eat the breakfast burrito ones first. They're so good, and who doesn't love breakfast for dinner?!
These would be a great thing to make if you have a bunch of people in your household that eat a variety of different foods. I even took some of these over to a friend that just had a baby, and even though they're not vegan, I think they liked the vegan ones the most!
How did you enjoy my first co-meal post? Are breakfast burritos something you eat regularly? Leave me a comment!