Saturday, September 03, 2011

Easy Breakfast Tacos

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We love our Breakfast Tacos.  They're quick to whip up, full of protein, and delicious!  Perfect for a Sunday morning when you're busy getting the family ready for church.   And, it tides the kids over until lunchtime!

Easy Breakfast Tacos

1 lb bulk sausage or bacon
12 to 15 eggs
Enough flour tortillas for your family
Grated Cheddar
Salsa and Sour Cream (optional)

In large skillet, brown sausage.  Drain.  Add eggs right into the sausage and gently stir until eggs are cooked.  Warm tortillas and build your tacos.  Add what you'd like.  Serves 8-12.

On the run:  Assemble tacos and wrap them in foil.  Very easy to eat on the go.

For Pot Luck:  Once cooked in skillet, transfer sausage and egg filling to a crock pot.  Bring your fixings and you've got an easy Fellowship Brunch meal.

For the Freezer: Wrap them in foil. Place in large ziplock bag and store for up to six months. When ready to eat, take them out the night before to thaw in fridge. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place on baking sheet and heat for 15 to 20 minutes. If using a microwave, remove foil and heat 30 seconds per side until heated through.

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6 comments:

  1. These also freeze really well! Assemble fully, wrap in paper towel and freeze! Once frozen I store them in gallon ziplocks. Ryan loves to grab these on the way out the door!

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  2. I throw frozen southern cut hashbrowns in the oven on 450 and bake for 20-30 minutes while the eggs and sausage are cooking. Then I throw all three in the crockpot. Much less messy - and healthier - than frying the potatoes.

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  3. We eat these for dinner once or twice a month. We add frozen hash browns that we have reheated/recrisped. Yum!!!

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  4. Ooo....great tips ladies! Thanks!

    If I've got diced red, yellow, or orange bell pepper in the freezer, that's not planned already for something else, we'll throw that in there as well.

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