Ok so I am heading over to the amazing and beautiful Gorge this weekend for a music festival and well, trying to plan healthy and fulfilling meals and snacks seems harder to do when you are away from home.

Am I right?

So I came up with an amazing idea. Take one of my all time favorite breakfasts, put a twist on it and make it convenient to cook while away from a stove, oven or let’s just say it…. microwave!

So here is the thing, I am still following the 21 Day Fix meal plan, and I even intend to while I am camping. Although I won’t be bringing the containers, I know for the most part what I should be eating and how much. So these are also 21 day fix approved! YAY!!!

Now… here is what you will need.

  • Tin foil
  • Burrito Size Tortillas (can use gluten free or whole wheat) I was in a hurry and grabbed flour… shame shame I know
  • Your choice of breakfast meat (I actually used Turkey Sausage, Baked Turkey Bacon, and Ham Steak so we have a variety)
  • Carton of Egg whites
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Bell Peppers
  • Shredder Cheddar
  • Coconut Oil
  • Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder to taste
  • Side of Guac if you like

So what I do first is I cook all the meats, I bake the turkey bacon in the oven and while I am doing that I cut and cook the ham steak on a skillet. After the ham is done. I set aside and cut and cook sausage. When Bacon is cooked throughly, I cut it up. And place each in a bowl for later.

Next I cut up the sweet potatoes and bell peppers into bit size pieces, I cook over coconut oil until tender. This takes a while since both are a little thicker.

Then after cooked, I separate 3 ways, into each of the bowls.

Then I add 1/3 of the carton of egg whites, scramble and cook throughly. I sprinkle salt and pepper and some garlic powder and add a bowl with the meat and veggies mixture. I mix and add 1/2 cup of shredded cheddar and mix until melted.

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Then I grab a tortilla (can warm before if you would like) scoop 1/4 of egg, meat and veggies mix onto tortilla, and fold like a burrito and wrap a square piece of tin foil around.

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Repeat until all of your mixes are in a tortilla and wrapper in foil.

Make sure that if you are using different meats or ingredients that you label on the outside for later.

Let cool, store in a zip lock bag. And refrigerate. Place in cooler when you leave on your adventure.

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When you are ready for you burritos, heat up your bbq or camping stove, place burritos with tin foil still on, over heat. Cook for rough 10-15 min each (I am winging this part since I officially leave for camping tomorrow so I may change this hehe)

Peal foil down while you eat, so it helps you hold it, maybe use a heating pad too hehe

21 Day Fix Approved (per burrito): 2 reds, 1 green, 1 yellow, 1 blue

 

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