1. breakfast burritos
    This passed weekend I was camping in Washington on this beautiful little island called Anacortes.  Did I mention beautiful!? 

    In preparation for the trip, my sister and I decided to make what I call "campurritos."  These are pre-made breakfast burritos.  Just wake up and throw them on the fire for a mess-free breakfast experience (perfect for camping)!  You can even place the tin foil packages on the coals and let them warm while you make a french press.  OH I JUST LOVE CAMPING!  P.S. They are delicious!  So here's what we did:
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    breakfast burritos
    The Simple Ingredients: 

    * 16 Eggs
    * 1 lb. Sausage
    * 1 Yellow Onion
    * 3 Cloves Garlic, minced
    * 6 Med. Potatoes, chopped
    * 2 Cups Cheddar Cheese, shredded
    * 4 Green Onions, chopped
    * 3 T. Parsley, chopped
    * 8 or 9 Tortilla Shells
    * Salt & Pepper to taste
    * Tin Foil for wrapping
    Optional: Salsa and/or hot sauce 

    The Simple directions: 

    Chop potatoes and boil until soft.  Chop green onions and set aside.  Crack 16 eggs and cook over low heat until you have soft, scrambled eggs.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Saute yellow onions and garlic in 2 T. olive oil until fragrant.  Add sausage to onion mixture and cook all the way through.  In large bowl combine Sausage mixture, scrambled eggs, potatoes,  cheese, green onions, parsley, and Salt & Pepper.  Divide ingredients into 8 or 9 tortilla shells.  Roll and wrap in tin foil -- ready to throw on the fire!
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  2. 39 comments:

    1. Lianne said...

      Thats a fantastic idea! I've needed this recipe for so long! My only question is that you could only do this for one breakfast, right, as I'm assuming a second batch wouldn't last a second night? Good for the morning after you arrive though so you can get out and do stuff straight away.

    2. No, they actually can last a few days! We had leftovers that were eaten on the second day for lunch! Just keep them all in a zip lock bag so they don't get wet and soggy, and they are good to go! I wouldn't go much past two days though :)

    3. Silly Me said...

      I know this is an older post but I just came across it from Pinterest and it looks delicious!!!!! Question: How long do they take approximately to cook?

      I am thinking of making a batch throwing them in the freezer and using them as an easy dinner on the bbq or even just throwing them in the oven! Think it would work?

    4. If they aren't frozen, it shouldn't take too long to warm up. My friend actually throws them on the coals while we are camping, so they aren't in direct flames (they will burn if they are too close to the flames). Probably like 20 mins or so.

      I would think it would be about the same for the grill - and that's a great idea! Who doesn't like breakfast burritos for dinner!?

    5. Vone said...

      showed my husband this idea - he loves it. Thanks for sharing. Just Pinned it.

    6. Evon203 said...

      Recipe looks amazing. Just found you on Pinterest. What color polish are you wearing, might I ask. It's just what I've been looking for. Beautiful.

    7. Hmm, I'm not sure of the brand or exact shade - sorry! I borrowed this color from my sister when I was visiting her in Seattle, so I don't own it! It's some form of hot pink! (wish I owned it!)

    8. Jennifer said...

      Great Recipe! I will have to give it a try next week when we are camping!

    9. Catherine said...

      This looks fabulous! Can't wait for my camping trip next May.

      XO,
      Catherine
      FEST

    10. Paxton said...

      Love this idea! I love camping too and Washington is a beautiful state to camp in!

    11. seeker said...

      Spotted this on Pinterest and LOVE the idea! Less ingredients and equipment to pack, more time with friends and nature. Thank you!!! I cannot wait to try this!

    12. Does anyone know of blogs/FB pages/Pinterest sites that are great camping ideas? We do a ton of camping (in a 35 foot 'condo on wheels') & I blog some ideas & tools to keep moms sane but would love any shout outs for other sites
      Thanks!!! PS, your recipe is awesome!
      Another great idea is simple....when you buy meat, decide what will eventually go camping with you & do the marinating before you freeze it. Makes throwing that Tri Tip on the grill into a WOW camp dinner :)

    13. Catherine said...

      I made these for my camp-out with my friends this weekend and they were such a hit! The way the tortilla crisps up a little when you warm them over the fire... so good! Thanks for sharing.

      Catherine
      FEST (food, style & travel)

    14. Mamakimbee said...

      Awesome! Thanks for this - I can even tweak it for lunch/dinner ideas... hate the cooking part of camping.

    15. sam_i_am said...

      Lol I saw is and I thought it was a great idea. My Hsband loves breakfast burritos and I don't think I would have ever thought to make them camping. When I read the writing above the recipe I had to giggle a little to myself cause I live I'm Burlington Washington. You have to go through burlington to go to anacortes. Lol it is about 15 min away from my house we go there everyone I a while. I would recommend the next time you come camping here though that you go to deception pass instead it is just as beautiful but you can camp next to a freshwater lake but then you turn around and you a staring at the ocean. There are tons of hiking trails and if you travel to oak harbor they still have a drive in movie theatre that can be a lot of fun on those nice summer nights.

    16. Lauren L said...

      I made these for this weekend! We were staying somewhere that didn't allow campfires and we didn't bring a grill, so I froze the mixture without putting it in the tortillas (and kept the cheese on the side as well) with the intention of just reheating the mixture on the camp stove. Shouldn't have frozen it...what a pain in the butt! The second day, we got rained out...so as soon as we got home, I threw the mixture into tortillas and froze them to have for breakfast this week. Just had one, heated in the microwave - so yummy :) Wish I could have tried it on the fire though.

      I think I used smaller tortillas than what you did, because it made WAY more than 8 burritos. I also added a bunch of veggies to half of the mix for me (asparagus, peppers).

    17. Olinda Paul said...

      I think if you mix it all ahead on your travel day then wake up the next morning, fill the tortillas with the mix and cheese, wrap them up and roll them in foil....Then pop it on the grill that it would be an easy breakfast or snack. That way there is no overly wet mixture in the tortilla. Hey a little sour cream and guacamole...never hurt anyone too. Do it with black beans and spanish rice. Yum.

    18. Made these for Memorial Day Weekend while we were camping, so delicious and easy to heat up when your ready to have them! Thanks for the recipe!

    19. Audrey Grant said...

      Not a burrito but we went camping with friends a few years ago and they had breakfast planned. They had pre-split "Australia" biscuits (a softer version of an English muffin but we use English muffins when we do them) in a bag and ready to go. In another bag they had pre-scrambled three kinds of sausage (regular, hot and Italian) and then cooled and frozen it in a Ziploc in the cooler. Also in the cooler was a Ziploc of frozen cheese (cheddar, mozzarella and american). So we throw three bags of frozen items (bread, precooked sausage, and a mix of shredded and chunk ed cheese) in the cooler and off we go. The next morning they pull out a flat cookie sheet and a big pot and set them on the coals of the fire. He dumps the sausage in the pot and it starts heating up pretty quick. It is thawed and precooked so all we are looking for is HOT. Meanwhile, his wife tosses the split muffin halves on the flat pan and lets them start dry toasting and heating up. When the sausage is hot. He dumped the bag of cheese in the pan with it and pulled it back away from the hottest part of the fire. She flipped the lovely muffins over to toast on the other side, while he stirred in the cheese. Two min. later they said, "It's done!" And started scooping sausage and cheese on a muffin and putting a top on it, and passing them around! I thought it was going to be a huge mess!
      But the Cheddar gave it tang, the Mozzarella made it string and stick together so it didn't fall out of the bun and the american added a wonderful creaminess to it! There were 5 couples on the trip, 10 adults and we all loved it and ate our fill! It has become a MUST have for at least 1 breakfast every year for our family weekly camping trip here in Alaska! This year I have added your burritos for morning #2!!
      http://aujus1969.blogspot.com/

    20. KatieSchmidt said...

      How many burritos does this specific recipe make? My husband and I are going camping in Yellowstone but its just the two of us and I'm thinking maybe I should cut the recipe in half?

    21. This looks awesome! I think it must make a fair few, so I'll halve it for my husband, baby and I, but extras just means leftovers for dinner or the next day. Yum! I love Audrey Grant's suggestion, too. I'm Australian, but I don't know what the Australian biscuits are. I'll try the English muffins though! I'm never this organised for camping... It's usually a tray of sausages, some bread, and maybe some tinned spaghetti or baked beans. This has inspired me, and I'll be looking forward to it next time we go camping. Hopefully soon! (Before baby #2 arrives!)

    22. αуℓα said...

      hey cool! i live in anacortes. totally going to use this idea. i feel like this could work for breakfast AND dinner, just swap out ingredients [instead of eggs, add salmon or cod or halibut, etc]. thanks for posting!

    23. oceanchild said...

      The island is fidalgo! City is anacortes ;) great recipe!

    24. arentstl said...

      Can you freeze these so they help keep the cooler cold?

    25. I'm sure you can freeze them... but I've never thrown a frozen campurrito on the fire. I'm not sure how that would turn out. Worth a shot!

    26. Michal said...

      We made these last summer and they were awesome!! We are getting packed for our first camping of the summer, and of course we have to make campurritos! The best part is no dishes at the site. Yum!

    27. Shari said...

      I had repinned this last year and remembered it for our Memorial Day camping trip. Oh my gosh, HUGE hit. They were so good that Hubs is having me make some for home as well to throw into the micro.

      We mixed ours up a bit by baking tater tots to put in them instead of boiled potatoes (bought potatoes but there was a bad one in the mix that made them all yucky!). Next time, we'll mix up the ingredients a bit & make several different batches. It made mornings so simple, and they were absolutely delish!

    28. Terri said...

      How many does this recipe make? We're going camping next weekend, and I'd love to make them, but it will just be my husband and myself.

    29. This made about 8 - 10 campurritos. You could easily half the recipe and just make enough for the two of you (and maybe a few for the freezer!).

    30. Very cool recipe. In all my years camping, I never thought to pre-make burritos and wrap them in foil. My kids love burritos, so this will definitely be on the list for our camping trip next week. Thanks!

    31. Amit said...

      Can you freeze these and how long will they last if frozen?

    32. NSmith said...

      I made these for our group when we went to Joshua Tree. I froze them and threw them into the cooler.
      They were such a hit that the family wants them now as fast frozen breakfast options. So, now I am making a ton of them them and freezing them. Thanks for such a tasty idea!

    33. NSmith said...

      Also, with the cheese and all, they stand up great frozen! They didnt get soggy! Heat them through and then put them on the grill to get crispy. They were so big we would eat half of them for breakfast and then carry the other half with us to eat along our hike.

    34. The VWs said...

      Just found this on Pinterest and I'm excited to try it! Thank you so much for posting!

    35. Just googled "Best Camping Food" and this appeared! Going camping with my fam for the first time, and we'll have these in tow!

    36. Jayme Ziemer said...

      I found this recipe last year and it is a 'must bring' when we go camping! They are the best breakfast burritos I've ever had!

    37. Unknown said...

      If frozen, how long in the campfire? Sorry, I'm a newbie...we are eating these the 2nd morning we're there, meaning they'll be in the cooler for 2 days. Still freeze?

    38. I never freeze mine and just make them before we go. However, if you do freeze ahead of time and eat them a day or two after being in the cooler I think they would turn out fine. Just don't put them directly in the fire and allow them more time to warm up. Otherwise, they may burn on the outside and not be warn on the inside. :(

    39. Kinda Super said...

      This recipe is awesome! Ty so much for sharing! Screw camping, I just made some to enjoy at home ;) Added: jalapeno Havarti cheese, cilantro, olive and avocado oil, lightly steamed (and then shredded) kale, Newman's salsa, and instead of sausage I substituted Johnsonville's spicy ground pork and a pack of bacon. Lot's of leftovers! Next time I'll try to get some beans and guacamole in there. Such a well rounded, nutrient rich, meal. So full right now *happy sigh* thanks again! :)

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