To start, we typically cut 10 pieces of press and seal paper and lay them all over the table. Then we put a tortilla on each of the press and seal sheets. In a bowl combine the can of beans and diced tomatoes or your favorite salsa and stir in a package of taco seasoning.
Spread the bean mixture into the middle of the burrito and top with shredded cheese. Tuck the ends of the tortilla in and roll. The press and seal should make this process easier to make a good tight roll. A good tight burrito makes sure that all your bean-y goodness stays put inside.
As soon as they are rolled, stack them in zip-top freezer bags. This method is particularly helpful if you’re going to pack a few burritos for work or school. It also gives you an extra layer of protection against burritos freezing together.
This is such an easy recipe, that the kids can help. They can do it all! I split up tasks and ask each one to do some part of the chore: read and help everyone follow the directions, shred the cheese, roll the burritos, wrap them up and label the freezer bag.
Microwave Baking Instructions: Pull 1-3 burritos out of the freezer, stick on a microwave-safe plate, and warm in the microwave on 50% heat for 2-3 minutes.