1 Minute Chili Cheese Burritos

Total Time
3mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 1 min

I really like fast food chili cheese burritos (I know, scary), but these are even faster and taste just the same! Literally 1 minute to make too! Well not quite, but REALLY close! EXCELLENT LATE NIGHT SNACK! Also, the beauty of this recipe is that there isn't really a recipe, make it how hot you want, however many you want, etc.!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 (16 ounce) canspicy fat-free refried beans
  • 1 (8 ounce) jarortega hot taco sauce
  • 1 (2 cup) bagshredded taco cheese or 1 (2 cup) bag Mexican blend cheese
  • 10 -12 flour tortillas (low carb ones taste surprisingly good!)

Directions

  1. Take one flour tortilla (I use taco size, my husband takes burrito size), put it on a microwaveable plate and spread a layer of refried beans in the middle of the tortilla leaving LOTS of room free on the sides for easy rolling.
  2. I put on about 2T, my husband maybe 3T of beans.
  3. (I just use a butter knife to scoop the beans out of the can and spread it around a little).
  4. Pour a strip of taco sauce long ways down the beans, about 1-2T.
  5. Grab a handful of cheese and put on top of the beans and sauce, about 1/4 cup.
  6. Microwave 30 seconds on high.
  7. Roll it up like a burrito (make it secure!) and microwave 20-30 seconds more.
  8. Repeat for remaining tortillas, or for however many you can eat.
  9. All ingredients can stay in fridge for later.
  10. Enjoy while piping hot!

Reviews

(3)
Most Helpful

Super easy--the kids can make these by themselves. Very tasty and take no time to assemble. I used a smoky chipotle salsa. Yum. Thanks for sharing this.

ratherbeswimmin' February 25, 2008

Very quick and definitely comfort food. We added sour cream and black olives after microwaving. Delicious!!

Conlee March 02, 2005

I love refried bean burritos and these were not only quick to make, but yummy. I used mild picante sauce and fat-free flour tortillas.

LainieBug December 05, 2012

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