Bean and Cheese Burritos

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Ingredients

24 servings

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Directions

Heat onions over medium heat until they begin to turn translucent. Drain the beans, but keep the liquid. Add beans, chili powder, salt, and liquid smoke to onions. Cook for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and allow beans to slightly cool. Puree or mash bean mixture using potato masher, blender or mixer. If beans are too thick, add some of the reserved liquid. Place around 1/3 cup bean mixture into each tortilla. Top bean mixture with 2 Tablespoons cheese. Roll. Heat in microwave for 1-2 minutes.

Freezing Directions

Heat onions over medium heat until they begin to turn translucent. Drain beans, but keep the liquid. Add beans, chili powder, salt, and liquid smoke to onions. Cook for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and allow beans to slightly cool. Puree or mash bean mixture using potato masher, blender or mixer. If beans are too thick, add some of the cooking liquid. Place around 1/3 cup bean mixture into each tortilla. Top bean mixture with 2 Tablespoons cheese. Roll. Place burritos on baking sheet and flash freeze. Once frozen, place in gallon freezer bag, label and freeze.

Serving Day Directions

Microwave for 2 minutes, or until heated through.

Nutritional Information

  • 1 Serving = 1 burrito
  • 221 Calories
  • 5g Fat
  • 3g Sat Fat
  • 7mg Cholesterol
  • 744mg Sodium
  • 276mg Potassium
  • 22g Carbs
  • 19g Fiber
  • 0g Sugars
  • 12g Protein
  • 3 WW+ Points
  • 6 WW Smart Points

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About This Recipe

These simple Bean and Cheese Burritos are a quick an easy meal that is both low in fat and overall calories. With additions of a little onion, chili powder, and liquid smoke though this dish is on the lighter side it doesn't lack flavor.

Meet The Cook

Heather enjoys being a “home chef” and loves to cook for her family.  As a rule, her family eats dinner together every night.  Freezer cooking gives her a little more free time to read, shop, and sew cute clothes for little girls.

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