Western Breakfast Burrito

Western Breakfast Burrito
Western Breakfast Burrito

Western Breakfast Burrito


¼ green pepper, chopped (¼ cup)

¼ orange pepper, chopped (¼ cup)

¼ onion, chopped (¼ cup)

1 slice ham, chopped (1 oz)

2 eggs

2 tbsp milk

Salt and pepper to taste

1 ounce shredded cheddar cheese (¼ cup)

1 10” tortilla or sandwich wrap


Heat skillet over medium heat. Spray with cooking spray. Add peppers and onion and saute until tender, 5-7 minutes. Add ham during the last 2 minutes of cooking.

Break eggs into a small bowl and add milk. Beat thoroughly to incorporate and add to the pepper/onion mixture. Add salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle cheese over the top.

Scramble eggs until set and remove from heat.

Lay the tortilla on a plate or other flat surface. Spread eggs on ⅓ of tortilla, fold sides in and roll to form a burrito. Serve immediately.


1 serving, 500 calories

Hack: Frozen or dehydrated chopped peppers and onions can be used in this recipe

Hack: Substitute your favorite cheese for cheddar or use whatever you have on hand.

Hack:  Wondering how to roll a wrap sandwich so it doesn’t fall apart?  Check out these easy instructions!


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12 Replies to “Western Breakfast Burrito”

  1. I’m so glad I came across your site! I have been searching for new recipes and alternatives to the things that I already eat on a daily basis and this just gave me such inspiration to start improving my eating habits. This breakfast wrap sounds absolutely delicious and I’m wondering which tortilla type would you recommend? Spinach, whole wheat, cheese, original…?

    1. It’s hard to come up with original ideas that are healthy and easy to make, so I’m happy I could help.  As for the flavor, that’s totally up to you as I think any kind would taste great.  My personal favorite is honey wheat!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing a good recipe to add to my breakfast menu of the week, as I’m always looking for some new ideas to keep on track for a good diet, your burritos recipe look good and it will be a good addition my any breakfast weekly or monthly menu. I will only add to it a good mexican hot salsa, it will make it better! Your recipe could also be good for a light dinner!

    1. Mexican hot salsa?  Oh, my!  Thank you for the great idea…I’m going to try this the next time I make it.  And, yes, it would be great at any meal!

  3. This looks like such a delicious western breakfast burrito. It looks like it is so simple to make and looks mouth watering!

    Although 500 calories is a lot but I will still definitely be trying this recipe for the western breakfast burrito 😉

    thank you so much for this recipe Cynthia 🙂

    1. Thank you for your comments, Tina.  If you feel that 500 calories are too much for you to consume at one meal, you can cut the recipe in half, using one egg and half a tortilla (or a smaller one) and/or leave out the cheese.  You can also cut the original size tortilla in half and eat the other half at another meal!  Enjoy!

  4. Hello there, Thank you for sharing this yummy kind of a post. Honestly my saliva is dropping. Burritto seems very delicious just by looking at it. The recipe is easy in such a way that anyone can grasp anf prepare one , and that is exactly what am going to do. Thank you for sharing

  5. Hi Cynthia, it looks delicious and a quick and easy recipe. The ingredients are tasty, and we have always most of them in our kitchen. I will try it. I think that it is a tasty and quick idea for a meal during the weekend or daily. 

    Thank you for sharing this recipe.



  6. Thanks for bringing us this great western breakfast burritos.

    Yet another great recipe for me to use to impress my family.
    It has all the great breakfast ingredients of ham and eggs all wrapped up in a tortilla.
    I think that that will be something special for Sunday morning.

    I love that I can make a large quantity all at one go and set it in the middle of the table and everyone will be able to make their own burrito.

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