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Egg & Ham Burrito

Hi All,

This gluten/dairy free egg & ham burrito was super tasty! I used the Food for Life brown rice tortilla and toasted in the oven which made it a little crispy.

I made this for a late breakfast on a Sunday and it really hit the spot! When I made this for the first time I thought that this product just might be best suited for a pizza.

Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…

Egg & Ham Burrito

  • PLACE 2-3 eggs into a bowl with some chopped onion and chopped deli ham.
  • WHISK vigorously until you see a lot of bubbles.
  • HEAT 1 tbsp. coconut oil in a skillet on medium heat. Tilt the pan around to disperse evenly.
  • POUR egg mixture into pan and lightly move around with a spatula.
  • PRE-HEAT oven to 350 degrees.
  • MOISTEN 1 brown rice tortilla in between 2 damp paper towels.
  • WHEN eggs set up a little bit; add some finely chopped spinach and S/P.
  • REMOVE paper towels from tortilla and place it onto a salted cookie sheet.
  • PLACE the eggs in the middle of tortilla and fold like a burrito.
  • Bake for about 10-15 minutes.

I like dipping my egg & ham burrito in some hot sauce or adding some mild green chilis inside it sometimes.

Grateful Day – I’m grateful that the blizzard is over! Can you believe all the snow we got in Colorado? It was beautiful and I hope everyone was safe yesterday. Today we face ice and the hopeful warm weather to melt everything:)

Have you found a good wrapping GF tortilla?

Thank you for listening!

Author:

Integrative Wellness Community

5 thoughts on “Egg & Ham Burrito

  1. I use the same wraps. I think they are pretty good. I am hoping to make some from scratch. Until then, these work well. I have not baked them though. This looks really good. Thanks for sharing. Blessings.

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    1. I’ve heard of a good almond flour based GF tortilla that I would like to find. I’m not the kind to make something like that from scratch, you are much more adventurous in the kitchen than I am:) Thank you for your comment and kind words! Blessings to you kind Mom.

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      1. I would be interested to see an almond flour based tortilla. I try to make as much from scratch, but time isn’t always on my side…:) So it is nice to have a back up for those crazy days, weeks, and months (which seem more often than not these days). Thanks for your great recipes, your support, and your kind words. Blessings to you and your wonderful blog!

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