"This is great for a special brunch or even a quick and easy dinner. Other breakfast meats can be used, but the deli ham is the easiest since it is already fully cooked." — Jennifer
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cooked ham, diced
green onions, minced
salt and pepper to taste
Cheddar cheese, shredded
4 (10 inch)
Delicious - not just for breakfast but for dinner which is when we ate them! I cut the recipe in half and added a little garlic powder. I used a Mexican cheese blend and these really hit the spot!
Without a good salsa this is bland. I tried one without the salsa because I don't have any and it was just scrambled eggs with a little color. The recipe is a good starter but reduce the eggs to 8, increase the ammount of green onions to maybe a pound including tops and increase the meat to your preference. I would use about 2 cups of diced or chopped ham. Make the salsa to taste because an 1/8 of a cup isn't enough to do any good. If all you want are scrambled eggs with a little color then this is great as is. I like flavor other than eggs. This recipe is also to much for one tortilla as is. I made it for 1 and had enough eggs to fill 2 tortillas and be able to eat without a knife and fork.
These are great to make for a crowd. Make the scrambled egg mixture, fill the tortillas wih the egg and cheese. Secure with toothpicks. Spray with cooking spray and bake till cheese is melted and torillas are crispy.
We love these. I fold them like Chimichangas and grill them on the griddle to get the cheese good and melted. I use sharp cheddar.
This is a great recipe. My only suggestion is to cut down the eggs to eight (two eggs per serving). That was more than enough egg for me. Thanks!
My kids loved this! Being the quesadilla freaks that they are, I sprayed a non-stick skillet with Pam and grilled the tortilla and put the egg mixture with some extra cheese and salsa inside. Very good and filling. Will make this again very soon!
This was breakfast this morning. I cut this in half and it still made plenty for my two sons and I. I did add some more chopped green onion (I had some to use up, so I just threw it in), fresh garlic and one red bell pepper. My kids ate theirs in flour tortillas but because I'm cutting out carbs, I ate mine as is with a little salsa verde on top. SO good.
This is a great recipe for make ahead school morning breakfast for kids. I make these the night before, with what ever I have in the fridge. The burritos reheat well and quickly for a filling meal. I slice some fresh fruit and serve along side. Kids love it and it keeps them going all morning long. On a plus side there is not a mess to clean up. If there are any left they will eat them when they get home from school or practice.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ham and Cheese Breakfast Tortillas
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 309
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