Thank you Money Saving Mom!

It’s NOT that I can’t figure out how to MAKE these easy-peasies, but there IS something about the lovely pics that inspires me and it’s the inspiration I need!  I would be using rice/chicken combos for half my freezer stash.

 

Homemade Bean & Cheese Burritos

 

Freezer-Friendly Bean & Cheese Burritos

Mix refried beans and salsa together (you can add chopped cooked chicken or browned ground beef, if you’d like). Spread bean mixture down the middle of tortilla. Sprinkle with cheese and roll up.

To freeze: Wrap in plastic wrap or a sandwich baggie and stick in a gallon ziptop freezer bag. When freezer bag is full, seal until airtight and freeze for up to two months.

To serve: Thaw for a few hours and warm in the microwave or oven. Can be eaten cold, though warm would be better.

Makes 10 burritos.

Cost: Approximately $3 if using groceries from Aldi = $0.30 per burrito. Approximately $0.15 to $0.20 each if using homemade tortillas and homemade refried beans.

Recipe adapted slightly from Skinny Mom’s Kitchen. 

http://moneysavingmom.com/2012/09/lunchbox-freezer-cooking-bean-cheese-burritos-day-1.html#_a5y_p=687270

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