Breakfast Burrito

Ingredients:

  • 1 ground Bison Package (I use Great Range Brand, but you can use your preferred lean ground beef substitute)
  • 1 Tbsp of Bragg Liquid Aminos
  • 1 shallot (diced)
  • 1 clove of garlic (diced)
  • 1 Tbsp of Kirkland Organic No salt Seasoning
  • 1 tsp of Kirkland Montreal Seasoning

(if you want to know more about why I choose these ingredients click here)

Directions:

  1. Heat your non-stick skillet on a medium flame.
  2. Dump the ground beef into the pan and turn up the flame to high.
  3. As its cooking break down the meat into small chunks.
  4. Before the pink disappears add the liquid aminos and seasonings.
  5. Mix it all in.
  6. Collect whatever fat you can find to brown the shallots and garlic. Once browned mix them into the meat.
  7. Transfer to an airtight container immediately after finished.

So the reason I love this simple ground beef recipe is because it’s delicious by itself but it can also be re-purposed by adding different sauces to change things up during the week.

In this picture I went for as simple as possible to show you that good food doesn’t have to be complicated.

Vegetables: Organic Cherry Plum tomatoes from Trader Joe’s and cut up organic steamed green beans from Trader Joe’s.

Carbs: Earlier in the week, I cooked 2 cups of White Jasmin Rice from Costco in my rice cooker. To store it, I wrapped up the cooled rice in parchment paper before storing it into a gallon sized freezer ziplock bag. I pushed all the air out and sectioned into 4 easily breakable portions.  I like to keep it in my freezer so that I have rice ready to eat in minutes if I feel like eating rice. I do this because there’s absolutely no way I’d commit to eating rice 5 days a week. I’m not about that life. If I was working away from home, I would just throw the frozen chunk of rice into my prepped meal container and find a microwave later. There’s no way I’d eat rice that’s been sitting in my fridge getting brittle and hard. I love food too much to bear the unbearable.

Fat: Avocado & Asian inspired flavors like this list below:

  • Trader Joe’s Island Soyaki
  • Trader Joe’s Thai Peanut Dressing
  • Trader Joe’s Toasted Sesame Oil
  • Trader Joe’s Organic Teriyaki Seaweed
  • Sriracha Hot Sauce

2 ways to re-purpose this ground beef:

  • fresh basil + fresh Trader Joe’s pizza sauce + parmesan cheese + your favorite pasta
  • in a taco with your favorite salsa + melted lite cheese + herb salad mix + fresh red bell peppers

Please give this a try!

My goal in life is for you and your family to discover that eating at home can be easy and delicious!

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I thought I knew what it meant to “be healthy” and then life happened. I got married, had kids, and spent months running and working out only to make ZERO PROGRESS. So I dug a little deeper, and I found the system with the flexibility AND the results I needed to look and feel better in my own skin. Now I love the ability to help others get those same results.

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