These make ahead burrito recipes will not only make your meal planning easier, they’re a great way to avoid fast food – just grab from the freezer, pop in the micro, and go!
1. Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos by Fit Foodie Finds
From the site: “These make ahead breakfast burritos are the perfect grab-n-go breakfast choice for your busy mornings. They are packed with veggies and protein to keep your energy up all day. Make a double batch of these freezer breakfast burritos for an easy, healthy meal-prep breakfast you can enjoy all week long.”
2. Easy Steak Burrito by Just Microwave It
From the site: “I have never been a big fan of Chipotle. I know people just love it, but it’s too dang spicy for me. I do love going to Freebirds and getting a burrito or a burrito bowl, but it gets so expensive. One of the easiest meals you can make with ingredients only cooked in the microwave is a big ol’ burrito.”
3. Black Bean and Quinoa Freezer Burritos by Hey Nutrition Lady
From the site: “Black Bean and Quinoa Freezer Burritos! These make-ahead vegetarian burritos are super easy to make, loaded with beans and veggies, and are freezer-friendly. Perfect for healthy lunch on the go or planning for busy times.”
4. Sweet Potato Black Bean Burritos by Chisel & Fork
From the site: “With sweet potatoes, black beans, peppers, rice and cheese, these sweet potato black bean burritos are the perfect option for make-ahead lunches.”
5. Cheesy Leftover Chili Burritos by Mighty Mrs.
From the site: “Yes! These chili burritos are so easy to make and the best part is that they’re freezable too. Roll up each burrito in plastic wrap and freeze. To defrost, simply unwrap, sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on top and some hot sauce and nuke for 1 minute on each side. I love to make these burritos for lunches or easy dinners for busy weeknights.”
6. Chicken and Avocado Ranch Burritos by Damn Delicious
From the site: “These come together with just 15 min prep! You can also make this ahead of time and bake right before serving. SO EASY!”
7. Korean BBQ Burrito by Pinch of Yum
From the site: “Korean is a loose descriptor. I claim no authenticity (it’s a Korean burrito, so right there we’re in trouble). I DID watch several videos to learn how to make Korean-style beef and I AM using kimchi to attempt legitimacy, but mostly this is just me playing around with the beloved flavors and styles of Korean-influenced, Mexican-style street food.”