Frozen Veggie Burritos — Meatless Monday
Prep a batch of these cheesy beauties and keep them in the freezer for at-the-ready meals.
It's late, you're hungry and you'd eat just about anything put in front of you. Does that scene sound familiar? It does to us, too. On those nights when time is especially tight and you're nearly ready to phone in dinner, look no farther than your freezer — but not for store-bought meals. Food Network Kitchen's Make-It-Don't-Buy-It Frozen Vegetarian Burritos boast all of the speed and convenience of purchased products, but these are healthy, made with good-for-you ingredients.
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Since these satisfying burritos are made sans meat, it's important to bulk them up with plenty of hearty veggies, including butternut squash and vitamin-packed spinach, as well as black beans for a boost of protein. When you find yourself with extra time on the weekend, go ahead and prep a few of these cheese-stuffed beauties, then wrap them up and freeze them for up to two weeks. When you're ready to eat, it takes just a few minutes to reheat them in the microwave. For a crunchy bite, a quick bake in the oven will turn the tortilla golden and crispy, and the veggie stuffing hot. Don't forget the fixings — look to cool sour cream, tangy salsa and creamy guacamole to round out the meal.