Mornings during the week are pretty hectic in our house. I leave about one hour before Hubs and usually set out the kids' clothes and pack Kenzie's backpack. Mason will sometimes wake up right before I leave so I'll get him dressed and prepare something for him to eat. However, since Hubs is usually scrambling to get himself ready for work after his 2+ hour workouts in the morning, breakfast has to be quick. I've found a quick and easy breakfast burrito that are great for the kids while getting ready or even on-the-go.
The line of El Monterey Signature breakfast burritos are packed with real ingredients such as scrambled eggs (Kenzie's favorite!), cheddar cheese and sausage wrapped in a fresh-baked flour tortilla. I love that they are individually wrapped for ease. Just open up one side to vent and toss in the microwave for about 1.5 minutes then let sit for 2 minutes. They are the perfect size for my kids and I'm so happy to send them off to school with full, happy bellies.
The El Monterey Signature Breakfast Burritos are available in four flavors:
Egg & Bacon Breakfast Burrito
Egg, Sausage, Cheese & Potato Breakfast Burrito
Jalapeno, Egg & Cheese Breakfast Burrito
Since I don't have the time to make them a full breakfast on weekday mornings, these breakfast burritos are just the perfect alternative to sugar laden donuts and/or cereal. Happy kids = happy mom. Plus since these are made in a flash, there is an extra 5-10 minutes for me to play trains or princesses with my kids before I head out for my hour long commute.
I also like keeping a box in the freezer at work when I don't have time for breakfast myself. If you only knew how many people at my work forego breakfast due to lack of time....They are conveniently available in a variety of sizes including single-serve, 4-count and 12-count.
Give your kids (and yourself) a satisfying start to each day with El Monterey breakfast burritos! They can be found in the freezer aisles at major retailers nationwide including Walmart, Kroger, Hy-Vee, Meijer and many more.
What do you usually have for breakfast? Have you tried the El Monterey breakfast burritos?