Who doesn’t love a good breakfast burrito?! Especially one you can tailor the ingredients of to your own family’s tastebuds!
Burritos and enchiladas are wonderful items to freeze ahead. They do really well being reheated and the burritos have the added benefit of being a delicious grab-n-go item!
Let me introduce you to my friend! I wanted to write about these items that are almost always found in her freezer, and I knew she has the whole process streamlined – having done it so often – so I asked her if I could tag along.
Warning – her children are just about the cutest kids ever so their pictures will undoubtedly and randomly pop up for your viewing pleasure! 🙂
Robyn is the wife of a prominent farmer in our region. Featherstone Farm Seed is a commodity grain farm that produces certified seed – some of which are exclusive lines – supplying farms into surrounding states. They sell directly to farms as well as large wholesale suppliers. They keep a small cow / calf beef herd to make use of land that’s not suitable for cropping.
Robyn works with her husband, Colin, at the family-owned farm and has her busy hands full with their three children. Yeah, I’d say she’s a pretty smart to stock her freezer ahead!
These types of recipes are so flexible, so I’ll just highlight briefly and you take it and run with it!
Robyn uses ground venison for her enchiladas and adds canned, diced tomato, Ro-Tel, enchilada sauce, rolled into a whole wheat tortilla. The baking dish is doused with enchilada sauce to keep tortillas from sticking; she tops the wraps with enchilada sauce after they’ve been filled. If the meal is going to be used right away, she tops it with shredded cheese but if being frozen the cheese is added when the dish is baked.
And while she’s at it, why not take care of the burritos at the same time!? This lady knows how to be efficient, I’ve learned so much from her since we became friends! (And yes, I have burritos in my freezer now too.)
Little Miss Delia was a doll – happy and content to chill out while Mommy was busy!
Bring on the burritos!!!!
Pork sausage, onions, and bell peppers are used in the scrambled egg mixture which is the filling for her amazing breakfast burritos! She also has been known to make up a batch of these babies and take them to a neighbor or friend in need during a time of stress or hardship. (I told you she’s amazing.)
And into the freezer they go once they are labeled and dated!
Let’s face it – life is so busy – anytime I can find someone pouring into their family with selflessness and grace, I can’t help but tell the world! Check out Featherstone Farm Seed on Facebook!
What do you have in YOUR freezer!? We want to know!