Easy Breakfast Burrito Recipe - fully loaded and completely satisfying! It’s filled with sausage, seasoned eggs, tomato spread, and melty cheese wrapped in a warm and crispy tortilla!

Quick Breakfast Burrito




– 1 large Kielbasa peeled and cut into tiny pieces (I like Costco Kielbasa with cheddar cheese) – 2 teaspoons olive oil or butter – 4 flour tortillas raw or cooked – tomato bruschetta spread – 8 eggs – garlic powder to taste – Montreal Steak Spice to taste – turmeric ground, to taste – salt to taste – 1 cup cheddar cheese grated, more if desired – 1/4 cup beans any kind, more if desired

4 burritos

30 mins

Step 1

Sauté chopped kielbasa in a skillet over medium heat. Stir a few times and then remove from the heat and set that aside.

Step 2

If using raw flour tortillas, place them on the skillet to cook on one side. Remove it from the skillet, cooked side up, and spread the bruschetta spread on top.

Step 3

Cook the eggs two at a time. You only want a couple for each burrito. Crack them into a small bowl, and season with salt, Montreal steak spice, turmeric, and garlic powder to taste. Whisk until combined and then pour the egg mixture into the same skillet you used to cook the sausage.

Step 4

Once you’ve poured the egg mixture into the skillet and swirled it around to coat the entire bottom of the pan, allow it to cook. Sprinkle with cooked kielbasa pieces, beans, and cheese.

Step 5

Grab your tortilla, the one that has the bruschetta spread, and place it face down onto the egg mixture. Press down with your fingers and cook for a few minutes over medium-low heat until the egg whites are cooked.

Step 6

Use a spatula to get right underneath it all and carefully flip the entire thing over so that the uncooked side of the tortilla is now on the bottom. Use your other hand to hold everything steady if needed.

Step 7

Cook the tortilla until it is golden then remove it to a cutting board to cool off for a bit. Repeat with remaining tortillas.

Step 8

Once everything has been assembled, roll each tortilla up into a burrito and cut it in half. Enjoy!