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Try TortillaLand® Uncooked Tortillas for your Breakfast Burritos! {EXPIRED}

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We eat so many tortillas at our house. I really can't keep up on buying them. The kids love them as snacks, in place of bread on sandwiches, and for our infamous breakfast burritos (that use fresh eggs from our hens.) One thing that I have done in the past to keep tortillas in the house is to make my own, but I've struggled with having time for it. I also seem to fail on getting my dough the right consistency and pressing them thin enough for my family's liking.



One incredible way I've balanced the amazing flavor of fresh-cooked tortillas with the convenience of having them made for me is with the TortillaLand® uncooked flour tortillas , when I purchased from Costco. These are available in the refrigerator section (next to other uncooked dough products) and they have made breakfast so easy!

We replaced the pre-packaged tortillas I usually buy with these. Cooking each of them up takes about a minute, and we end up with piping hot, fluffy, and flavorful wrappers for our burritos. No dry, stiff, or rubbery tortillas, means my kids will eat anything inside of them!



You do not even have to oil your pan. I just placed one uncooked tortilla from package to pan, and cooked on each side until it puffs up all fluffy! Then, we load it up with the following ingredients: 


  • Farm fresh eggs (scrambled)
  • Diced fresh tomatoes
  • Fresh avocado slices
  • Shredded mild cheddar cheese
  • Strip of cooked bacon (halved)
*Here's a tip: For stress and splatter-free bacon cooking, I put all of the strips on a foil-lined baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees F. for about 20 minutes, or until crispy! You can drain the bacon on paper towels before using, and store the rest for later!



Wrap all of the ingredients up in a freshly-cooked TortillaLand® Flour Tortilla, wrap, fold, and cut in half before serving. I like mine with fresh fruit and black coffee! You'll find that you will probably have more tortillas than you can handle, so only cook what you'll use that day. Since the package from Costco has 2 packages of 50 inside, I put one in the freezer right away upon returning from shopping. The other package gets used up throughout the week!



TortillaLand® tortillas also comes in uncooked Corn and Organic varieties (although availability may vary by location.) With preparation being so unbelievable easy (and delicious), you'll probably never return to pre-cooked tortillas again! I know I won't.

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10 comments

  1. Those look delicious. I need to make these this weekend!

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    1. I make them almost 3 times a week now. And it's easy to pull just one out of the bag to cook up -- even if you're the only one eating!

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  2. These sound amazing! I love tortillas and I attempted making my own and yea, big fail. This makes it sound so delicious!

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    1. I really love the idea of homemade tortillas, too. My dough is never right and they are never thin enough. This solves all the problems but keep the taste like homemade -- and they are super fresh, too! Thanks for your comment!

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  3. My family loves tortillas, the uncooked flour ones are even versatile in cooking.

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  4. I got hungry just looking at the photos. Will definitely have to try these!

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  5. I like how fresh these tortillas are.

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  6. They look so good, would love to make them!

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  7. Looks tasty. I get my kids involved helping with these tortillas while we finish making the filling. It's an easy job for kids old enough to be at the stove.

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  8. I would love to try these sometimes. We make quite a bit of mexican food in our home.

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