Looking for breakfast ideas? This easy breakfast burrito is the BOMB! True, this version is very simple and you can even make it very basic to suit sensitive palette’s (like kids!), or you can jazz it right up. Think, jalepenos, sausage, salsa, peppers – the possibilities are endless here.

It’s quick to make and you can wrap it in foil to take it to go. Also a great idea for camping breakfasts. They are easy to keep warm so you can make dozens of them, keep them warm in foil or in broiler pan – a great idea when feeding larger groups.

Easy Breakfast Burrito

Looking for something quick, delicious and healthy to start your day? This easy breakfast burrito is your answer! Eat it at home, take it to go – the choice is yours! Also a great breakfast to make when camping!

  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 TBSP Green Onions (chopped)
  • 1/4 tsp Watkins Pink Himalayan Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Watkins Pepper
  • 1/4 cup Grated Cheddar Cheese
  • 6 drops Franks Red Hot Sauce
  • 1 Tortilla Wrap
  • 2 TBSP Butter


  1. Melt butter in saucepan over medium heat

  2. Crack eggs and put in bowl. Add salt and pepper and beat with fork

  3. Once butter is melted and bubbling, add eggs to pan

  4. While eggs are still uncooked, add green onions and cheese

  5. Using wooden spoon, begin to stir/fold eggs until fully cooked (note, cheese will be gooey and sticky)

  6. Remove pan from heat, turn off stove

Putting it all together

  1. Scoop eggs onto a tortilla wrap

  2. Add hot sauce on top of eggs

  3. Fold tortilla wrap by tucking in the sides and rolling one end up towards the other

This recipe is SUPER versatile! You can add ingredients like peppers, mushrooms, salsa, tomatoes and more! Make it spicy, make it smooth…make it your own!

You can also grill the wrap once it’s put together, using a panini press or frying pan. If you are making these while camping you can wrap in tin foil and put over the fire or BBQ to re-warm ingredients if necessary.

A really yummy, but tricky, tip is to fry these which totally changes the tortilla wrap’s texture! Once the wraps are all done, I like to put butter in a frying pan and place wrap in pan for a few minutes each side on medium heat. Turn wraps over carefully so as to not have them open on you and you will have a crispy and airy breakfast wrap!

You can also add bacon or ground beef, sausage or steak – so many possibilities! Adding the cheese at the end is possible and less messy but I find adding it to the eggs while cooking helps hold everything together when wrapping.