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May 5th, 2008

Breakfast Burritos

Hola! Get your family in the fiesta food storage mood by starting their day off with a breakfast burrito made from your powdered eggs. If you haven’t had your family try scrambled powdered eggs, this is a perfect time! There are lots of other flavors in the burrito if you’re scared they won’t like the eggs. Personally, I just did cheese, eggs, and salsa but another great combo to try is cheese, eggs, breakfast sausage, and a fruit salsa. Remember when converting multiple eggs that there are 16 tablespoons in a cup. I also use powdered milk as a 1/4 of the liquid called for to rehydrate the eggs since scrambled eggs are supposed to fluffy. The other thing I realized this morning when I made these is that you will probably want to do a couple extra eggs then you would normally with real eggs. The rehydrated powdered eggs don’t make as much.

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