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KOALA_BEAR SparkPoints: (18,475)
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1/20/13 9:51 P

You can also hard cooked the eggs, and then chopped them up to add into the burritos along with meat, cheese, potatoes, rice, veggies, etc. I find that hard boiled eggs keep very well in the fridge for several days.

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1/20/13 7:43 P

How on the go are we talking? Do you want them already made and assembled? If so I bet freezing them individually is the best bet.

If you have a little time to get them ready, try assembling the egg mixture the night before (whatever egg/meat/veggie you put in them) and just pop them in the microwave in the morning until cooked. Then you can just assemble the tortilla, cheese and salsa/hot sauce, pour in the egg mixture, and go!

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1/20/13 7:24 P

I like to make 12 muffin cup size veggie omelets. You can freeze them and thaw in no time.

1/20/13 6:57 P

Yes, the egg burritos can be frozen.
If refrigerated, keep them no longer than 3 days.
Dietitian Becky

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1/20/13 4:43 P

I think they'll be fine refrigerated overnight, but I'd be careful if you're going to keep them longer than a few days. More than that, and they need to be frozen or discarded.

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1/20/13 3:30 P

I want to make breakfast burritos to grab on the go in the mornings. Should I freeze these, or can I make up a batch of scrambled eggs and just have them refridgerated?

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