Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

After trying several recipes and not finding exactly the thing I was wanting, I made up my own, in consultation with my son, the big burrito fan in our household. This recipe is readily adaptable to your tastes, and the technique makes it quick and easy.


  1. Combine sausage, eggs, salsa and cheese.
  2. Pour into 9x13 pan.
  3. Bake at 350 until eggs are set, about 20 minutes.
  4. Cut into 12 pieces of 2x4 inches.
  5. Heat wraps a few at a time by wrapping in paper towel and zapping in the microwave about 20 seconds. This makes them flexible and less likely to tear. Don't heat them all at once unless you're faster than me, because they cool off as they wait.
  6. Place one piece of egg on the lower edge of each wrap. Fold in the sides and roll up. Wrap in plastic wrap.
  7. At this point, burritos may be kept in the fridge up to one week, or frozen on baking sheet [when solid, put in ziploc bag together] and kept up to 3 months.
  8. To serve, remove plastic wrap and wrap loosely in paper towel. Zap on high in microwave about 1 minute if using from fridge, or about 2 minutes if frozen.
  9. Note -- you can use the egg mixture to make "McMuffins" also. Cut into squares instead of rectangles. To use, heat in microwave the same as for burritos, whether thawed or frozen, and serve on a toasted and buttered English muffin. My daughter prefers them this way, so I usually make half the pan for her and half as burritos for my son.
Most Helpful

Super easy idea, but I am kind of picky about my eggs... and I don't think I like them baked. Now I know! But my husband loved it!

MaddieLC September 13, 2009

Great! Made with Melissa's Soyrizo. Served with a little hot sauce, these make super easy breakfast burritos that we can make ahead of time and freeze. Thanks for an easy breakfast solution Terri!

BerrySweet September 30, 2007

I made these as a OAMC breakfast for my husband. He stated they were very good and reheated wonderfully. I baked the eggs (step 3) and then let cool before I cut into pieces and froze in zip-top bags. I then placed the frozen egg mixture, and a tortilla in my husband's lunch box. He heated in the microwave for about 45 seconds in the bag before transferring to the tortilla and eating.

Erindipity September 24, 2007