2 Reviews

Excellent, quick and easy! I love how customizable these are! Instead of pureeing beans, I used refried black beans. For veg I used a box of frozen spinach and for cheese I used Monterey jack with a little sharp white cheddar. I had huge tortillas so only got 8 burritos (I also didn't have 2 cups veg). For filling them, I mixed the beans, spinach & salsa together (so it was easier to portion them more evenly) then sprinkled the cheeses on top. The only issue I had was the reheat time from frozen - it took my microwave 2 1/2 minutes to get one hot all the way through. But once heated, they were great! I will be sure to keep a stash of these in the freezer all the time now. Thanks for sharing!

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flower7 June 17, 2012

What a neat recipe. I halved to make 6 burritos. The only other change I made was to use Daiya (dairy free) cheese, which worked out very well. I pulled one burrito out of the freezer and had an instant dinner! One burrito took about 2 minutes in the microwave (it was still pretty darn frozen at the 30-60 sec mark). Thanks for the great idea. I love that my freezer is stocked with some veggie lunches/dinners whenever I'm short on time!

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LifeIsGood February 08, 2013
Easy Freezer Vegetarian Black Bean Burritos