This California Breakfast Wrap is great for breakfast or lunch! The salty bacon, creamy avocado, fresh tomatoes and filling eggs make it a perfect meal!
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Last week was a hard week. Not hard in the major way (death, injury, etc) but hard in the parenting department. Just hard. There are many stories I could tell, and many venting texts to my lucky husband, and maybe a few tears involved. Okay, maybe tears nearly every night. It was just that kind of week.
I’d go into details but I want to protect my sweet little ones (actually, if we’re being honest, it’s not “ones,” it’s just ONE) and their privacy. Parenting is hard and this week I was pushed to my limits. Ben worked a ton too — school officially starts this week so he had a million and one things to do in preparation for the arrival of students and teachers. He has Fridays off in the summer (that’s right, principals work all summer long!) and we thought he was going to have this past Friday off. Well, turns out work piled up and he had to work. You know that phrase salt in the wound? Well, that’s what this felt like.
I know, first world problems. It was just an ultra-tough week and Thursday night was my light at the end of the tunnel. Then, that changed to Friday at 5 (early for him!). And then he called. A teacher resigned (to cut her commute), and they had to do interviews. He had to stay until 5:30, so he wouldn’t be home until at least 6. And he maybe had to work Saturday.
And then I may have cried again. Just a little though. Momma’s gotta stay strong…or maybe I just ran outta tears.
This is also, as a side note, no reflection on Ben. He’s a hard worker with a job to do (and he does it so well!), and he’s an amazing husband and dad. Not a gripe about Ben, just a gripe about a rough week.
So here’s to hoping this week is better.
I think it should start with a California breakfast wrap, because if we’re being honest, any week that starts with bacon can’t be all bad. Actually, this wrap has many of my favorites. Eggs — I live for eggs. Rarely a day goes by when I don’t eat a couple of eggs. Bacon – duh. Fresh tomatoes — they’re SO good this time of year. Avocado — silky, smooth, decadent avocado. Greens — another thing we go through like crazy in the Gurk family. Cream cheese — the glue.
It’s all wrapped up in a deliciously soft Flatout wrap and tied together with a cute blue string. The string is optional, but adorable.
Want more no-fork-required breakfasts? Try:
- Copycat Starbucks Egg White Wrap with Spinach and Feta
- Turkey Sausage and Broccoli Egg White Frittata Muffins
- Apple Crisp Breakfast Cookies
- Ham, Egg, and Herb Wrap
- Mini Frittatas with Spinach and Red Pepper
- Savory Quinoa Muffins
- Breakfast Burrito Recipe – adds a southwestern twist to your breakfast wrap with beans and pico de gallo (Dinner at the Zoo)
- Breakfast Burrito Recipe – by Culinary Hill, with potatoes, onions, and peppers.
- 1 Flatout Flatbread (any type will work - I used Light Original)
- 2 tablespoons spreadable cream cheese - plain or herb is best
- 2 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
- 2 eggs, scrambled
- 1/4 avocado, sliced
- 1/4 cup small diced tomatoes (seeds removed if possible)
- Small handful of mixed greens
- Spread cream cheese on Flatout Flatbread, all the way to the edges!
- In the middle of the wrap, add bacon, eggs, avocado, tomatoes. Roll up and enjoy!
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Verdict: I love this breakfast wrap. I think I’ll fry up some bacon today.
Husband’s take: Ben isn’t usually all-aboard the cream cheese train so I didn’t anticipate him loving this but he LOVED it. Win for me!
Changes I would make: None are necessary but this is super flexible, you guys. If you want to use turkey bacon, go for it! I’ll even try not to judge you for it. If you want to use spinach instead of mixed greens, do it! If you don’t have avocado, shed a few tears, but make this anyways. It will still be great! If scrambled eggs aren’t your jam, give it a go with a couple fried eggs or sliced boiled eggs. What I’m trying to say is you can easily make this recipe your own.
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