Breakfast Burritos


1 package large tortilla wraps

4 eggs

1 package of frozen or fresh hash brown potatoes

ham, bacon or sausage

Shredded Mexican cheese mix


Hot sauce, avocados (optional)

DSC01810Prepare eggs in a large mixing bowl.  Add a splash of milk, salt and pepper.

DSC01811Cook hash browns with a tablespoon of oil in a large saute pan over medium-high heat.

DSC01813When the potatoes are browned, push to one side and add the eggs.

DSC01814In a separate pan, cook desired breakfast meat.  We had some ham and sausage on hand.

DSC01815Start building the burritos.  Place a spoonful of potatoes close to one edge of a warmed tortilla.

DSC01817Add meat and eggs, cheese, hot sauce or salsa if desired.

DSC01818Start rolling by folding in the sides first.

DSC01819Then the bottom…

DSC01820Continue rolling, keeping ingredients from falling out.

DSC01821Garnish with sliced avocados, salsa and sour cream.  These burritos can be made ahead and frozen.

Biscuit Waffle Breakfast Sandwich


This is an easy, hearty breakfast sandwich made with canned biscuits baked on a waffle iron.


2 buttermilk biscuits (We used biscuits in a can)

1 egg

1-2 sausage links

1 slice of cheese of your choice

Tomato or avocado slices


Plug in the waffle iron and spray with non-stick spray.  Roll out each biscuit to the diameter of each waffle square on the iron.


Place the biscuits on the waffle iron, close and allow to cook until golden brown.  Our iron took about 2 minutes, remove and set aside.


Cook the sausage either in the microwave or on the stove.


Mix together in a small bowl, egg, splash of milk and some salt.


Scramble the egg, cooking over medium-high heat.


Butter one side of the biscuit waffles.


On one side, place a slice of cheese, tomato and sausage links.


Add the scrambled egg on top. Place the other biscuit on top.  At this point we placed the sandwich on a panini grill to melt everything together.


Serve and enjoy!