Fruity Breakfast Burritos
I have had this recipe stirring around in my head since we did the DOLE Frozen Fruit Menu Contest back in February. I am just now putting it to use. I made these last week and they are D.E.L.I.C.I.O.U.S. My toddler son gobbled them up. This week, my mother was babysitting and I indicated that she was welcome to help herself to them as well. When I returned home she exclaimed that they were quite tasty. I was happy to report to her that they were quite healthy too!
I think these would a great treat for summer breakfasts. They also make a great nutritious afternoon snack. Give them a try!
Tricia @ Onceamonthmom.com
- 10 flour tortillas, small
- 1.25 cups vanilla (or fruit flavored) yogurt
- 8 oz DOLE frozen blueberries (or sub .5 pints fresh)
- 8 oz DOLE frozen raspberries (or sub .5 pints fresh)
- .5 cups sugar
- 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
- Spray butter
In a small bowl, mix the sugar and cinnamon well. Pour it out on a large plate. Set aside. Spray one side of each of the tortillas with butter, coating the entire surface. Flip the tortilla over, butter side down, on the cinnamon sugar mixture. Push it in until the entire surface is covered in cinnamon and sugar.
Place the sugar covered tortilla on another plate, cinnamon/sugar side down. Measure .125 (1/8 cup) cups of yogurt and spread across the tortilla a little left of center (see pictures below). Place fruit on the yogurt strip. Wrap the tortillas tightly from left to right. Place on a cookie sheet to flash freeze. When completely frozen through, place in a zippered freezer bag for storage.
To serve: Take out of the bag and eat immediately. If you would like you could also let them thaw for a bit. Thawing overnight or for too long can result in a mushy burrito, but can be done.
Variations: There are so many variations that you can do with this recipe. I encourage you to try different flavor combination’s. Maybe strawberry/kiwi or strawberry/banana or apple cinnamon. The possibilities are endless. Be sure to report back on your favorite flavor combination’s.
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