I think I’m going to try making some freezer burritos this weekend during my weekly leftover generation session.
Emergency Freezer Burritos (or EFBs, as they are affectionately called) are something one of my coworkers does regularly, and something that came up during a recap from this year’s THAT Conference attendees.
Looks like they’re good even as breakfast burritos, too!
And you know me, I do love food wrapped in a tortilla. So clean. So tidy.
The general idea is that you make a large batch of various fillings (beans, rice, eggs, meats or tofu, squash, peppers ….) and create a boatload of burritos all in one go. Wrap them in tinfoil, label them, and freeze them.
Then you can grab one from the freezer for lunches (microwave in a napkin to reheat) and have a variety of healthy, inexpensive homemade delights.
I’ll let you know how it goes.
If you’ve already tried these, hit me up in the comments with how it went for you or any tips and tricks!