Sausage Egg and Cheese Breakfast Burritos your entire family will go crazy for. A mix of sausage, egg, cheese and crispy hashbrowns are mixed with fresh and zingy Pico De Gallo. You cannot go wrong with this delicious breakfast!
You want to cook your sausage first because it will take the longest. you can use any sausage you like here, but I recommend you stick with ground. Links just won't cooperate with the rolling process. Just cook over medium heat until it's browned and cooked through.
After you start the sausage get started on the tots. I like to use frozen tater tots for this recipe. You only need 3 per burrito. Air Fry or bake them according to package instructions. Be sure to season with salt. I also recommend getting them nice and crispy.
Scramble your eggs . This is not the space for a soft scrambled egg. You want them fluffy and cooked the entire way through. I cook mine in a combo of a little olive oil and butter.
To assemble the burritos soften them in the microwave for 30 seconds under a damp papertowel. They need to be nice and pliable. Put your filling just a few inches from the bottom of the burrito- layer the tots, eggs, sausage, cheese then pico. Fold the sides in then roll and tuck the sides as you roll.
You could skip this step, but I don't recommend it. This ensures all the filling is heated through and most importantly it seals your burrito shut! The crispy outside shell is a real treat. Simply heat a dry skillet over medium heat and toast all sides. Slice and Serve!
For the pico de gallo in this recipe you can use store bought or I highly recommend making your own. It's so easy and I have a pico de gallo recipe right here on the blog.
Please note the nutrition information is calculated using Butcher Box brand sausage, regular large eggs, mexican shredded cheese (not reduced fat), and Aldi Brand Burrito Size Tortillas. You could cut the nutrition information back a bit by using a low carb tortilla, turkey sausage or simply reducing the size of the burrito. Brands, varieties and sizes will effect the nutrition information and this is only an estimate using most common ingredients.