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As with most of my camping posts, these are low quality photos, but high quality content! And, these make ahead camping breakfast burritos are no different. They are out of this world delicious, but please excuse the lack of good pictures. After (not) sleeping, hello hole in the blowup mattress, being somewhat delirious, and dirty, these were the best pictures I walked away with.
That camping manicure is especially glorious.
We made these make ahead breakfast burritos for our latest camping trip to Cove Resort at Fish Lake. This recipe makes 4 large, adult sized breakfast burritos. Feel free to make them smaller for the munchkins in the group.
They would definitely be delicious not camping. But, wrapped in foil, and then tossed in the embers of a campfire brings them to a whole other level. They get all toasty and golden brown and wow amazing. Since campfire cooking is not an exact science, use your best judgement. One morning we put them on the grate over the fire for about 15 minutes. The next morning we put them directly on the coals for about 10 minutes. Both ways were delicious. Make sure you move them around a little. But, a little black and burnt won’t hurt one bit.Print
Make Ahead Camping Breakfast Burritos
These make ahead camping breakfast burritos are taken from a grade A breakfast to an A+++ by getting them all good and tasty in the campfire!
- Yield: 4 1x
1 carton dried hashbrowns
1 medium onion
1 bell pepper
5 strips of bacon
Handful of shredded cheese
salt & pepper
4 large tortillas
Rehydrate hash browns according to the package.
Chop onion, pepper, and strips of bacon.
In a large pan, heat oil over medium high heat, add onion and pepper.
Let cook until onion starts to get translucent, then add bacon.
Cook until bacon is almost all the way cooked through, then add potatoes.
Scramble eggs in a bown and set aside.
Cook mixture in pan until potatoes begin to brown, make a well in the middle of the pan, and add eggs.
Scramble eggs in the well in the pan until eggs are scrambled.
Turn off heat, top with cheese, mix all the ingredients in the pan.
Divide pan into 4-6 sections.
Spoon each section into a tortilla and wrap up.
Wrap in aluminum foil to save for later
To reheat over a campfire, either use a grate over a lower section of the fire, or place directly on spread out coals. Heat for approximately 10-15 minutes, until warm all the way through.