Burritos are easy to take to work, can be as healthy as you want, and always go down well in my household. I usually serve them with all the ingredients in individual bowls, then everyone can just make them with their favourite ingredients.
To take them to work, I roll the wrap and cover it with Glad wrap. In a separate container, I take the filling. Then I can assemble the burrito at work. We have a sandwich press in my lunch room at work so I can toast the wrap as well.
How to Make a Burrito
Put a wrap on to a dinner sized plate. Assemble the filling on the wrap as shown in the photo. Don’t overfill it
Fold the bottom half up
Fold sides in
Pick it up and enjoy! Use a sandwich press if you want it toasted
Ideas for fillings
- lean meat or chicken
- any salad ingredients – see my recipe for Super Spinach Salad for ideas https://midlifestylist.com/2020/01/10/super-spinach-salad/
- sauces and salsas
- shredded cheese
- chili con carne
- beans e.g. kidney beans, nachos-style re-fried beans
- Asian stir-fried greens and vermicelli
Total Calories for Burrito as shown in photos: 289KCal, Carbs 30.8g, Fat 11.4g, Protein 16g