During our last camping trip I wanted to make a warm and hearty breakfast to give us energy for a day of hiking and rock climbing. but I also wanted it to be super easy with little prep or cleanup at the campsite.
I decided to make campfire breakfast burritos. I first saw this idea at Ninth and Bird and decided to do my own version of it. I did all the prep work at home before we left. (We have 6 in our family and 3 of those are very hungry boys so I made a lot)
Then I filled tortillas with the egg concoction and rolled them up in foil, making sure the ends were nice and tight. One layer of foil is enough. I’m trying to incorporate more whole grains into our eating habits, so I went 50/50 on the tortillas… some white, some wheat.
Then I put them in a cooler to take with us. The morning we ate them we started a fire and placed them on a grate just to the side of the fire. Since everything was already cooked inside, it only took about 10 minutes to warm them up.
The hubs loved it and the kids ate it, but didn’t give rave reviews. I think they were busy trying to figure out what the green stuff was inside. But something tells me the reviews won’t be high unless I serve them cotton candy for breakfast. So I’ll be making these again for our future camping trips!
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