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Love this easy, ‘out the door’, ‘back on track’ kind of recipe bite! Breakfast Tacos are not only quick to make, you can actually simplify your morning even more by making them ahead and freezing them. How? follow the directions below, but don’t bake them yet. Instead, place them on a baking sheet that’s covered with parchment paper & then freeze them for a couple of hours. Once they are frozen, wrap them individually in parchment paper and foil and keep them frozen in a freezer bag or other airtight container. Then when you are ready, pre-heat the oven & bake them up for a quick on the run balanced bite.
I had a great time sharing this recipe at News Channel 13:
Breakfast Tacos by Jodie Fitz
2 – 8” tortilla rounds
1/8 cup low-fat milk
2 tablespoons salsa, mild or medium
2 – 4 tablespoons jalapeno cheese, shredded
Non-stick cooking spray
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Whip the eggs and milk together in a bowl with a whisk or fork. Cook the eggs in a scrambled fashion over medium heat in a pan that has been coated with the non-stick cooking spray. Stir in the salsa once the eggs are fully cooked and let it warm through. Fold the tortilla round in half and fill with the eggs/salsa mixture. Top the eggs with the shredded cheese. Bake the tortilla for approximately 5 – 7 minutes (until the wrap is crispy around the edges and the cheese is melted) on a baking sheet that has been coated with the non-stick cooking spray.
This recipe yields two Breakfast Tacos.
Cooking the eggs by microwave: Whip the eggs together. Place them in a butter-coated glass dish and microwave on high for one minute. Remove the dish with an oven mitt and stir. Continue to cook the eggs at one-minute intervals, stirring in between, until the eggs are fully cooked.
A little taco fun: Fold one taco shell in half. Using clean kitchen scissors, cut the tortilla semi-circle into the shape of a half heart. Repeat the process with a second tortilla wrap. Double the above recipe, and fill the taco halves. Bake as directed above. Put the two halves together to make one heart filled breakfast.
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