Sausage Breakfast Burrito (WW Freestyle)

I don’t know about you, but mornings are hectic in our house. The last thing I have time for is cooking breakfast. When I first started WW, this was my biggest hurdle. It became a source of frustration for me. So, I sat down and came up with this very easy recipe that can be very easily customized.


  • 15 tortilla(s) Ole Extreme Wellness High fiber low carb tortilla wraps
  • 7 oz (approximately)  Kraft Natural Finely Shredded Cheese, made with 2% Milk, Mexican Style Four Cheese
  • 1 bag Jimmy Dean fully cooked turkey sausage crumbles
  • 32 oz (1 large carton) egg whites


  • In a large skillet, spray Pam, add turkey sausage crumbles.
  • Add egg whites.
  • Just before it’s finished, add cheese to eggs & sausage. Remove from heat.
  • Line a large cookie sheet with parchment paper or paper towels
  • Spread egg/sausage/cheese mixture on cookie sheet. Allow to cool COMPLETELY.
  • Make an assembly line of paper towels, wraps, and egg/sausage mixture. Using a tablespoon, add 2 TBSP to each wrap, fold in sides, and form a burrito. Wrap in a paper towel.
  • Put finished burritos in a freezer bag and freeze. Reheat in microwave (leave in paper towel) 1 minute, turn over, heat approximately another 45 seconds.

Makes 15 burritos

Points: 3/burrito

Personlize it! Add some salsa! Don’t like sausage? Use center cut bacon (approximately the same points). Add some of your favorite veggies like mushrooms or onions!

Stay Picky ya’ll!

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