15-Minute Burrito — Meatless Monday
"It's like eating a hidden salad," Food Network Kitchens chefs say of their healthy, fuss-free Brown Rice and Bean Burrito (pictured above). "Burritos are a great way to introduce vegetables and salads to your kids." The quick-fix recipe, ready to eat in only 15 minutes, is rolled full of better-for-you brown rice and protein-packed black beans, plus cheddar, creamy avocado and fresh carrots, so it's every bit as hearty as meat-filled burritos, but lighter and fresher than the classic variety. If you've struggled with rolling burritos or sandwich wraps before, know that the process goes smoothly here, thanks to the avocado, which is gently mashed with zesty lime juice and will act like glue.
This recipe makes enough for just one burrito, so it's a go-to option when prepping an after-school snack for your child or packing a lunchbox for yourself, but you can also increase the amount of each ingredient and feed a family. Let your kids have a hand in mealtime by rolling their ultimate burrito. Just set up a fillings bar complete with the prepared ingredients, and allow them to add what they'd like to the tortilla and roll it up.
Get the Recipe: Brown Rice and Bean Burrito from Food Network Kitchens