Breakfast burrito wraps are such a nice change up from oats and smoothies for a fun weekend family breakfast. These are so yummy and any of your favourite lower chemical ingredients can be used, so go nuts and fill these tasty morsels with all you favourites.
Black beans are surprisingly high in anthocyanins (an antioxidant more commonly associated with brightly coloured vegetables and fruits). Studies have shown, however, the humble black bean is notably rich in this antioxidant, as well as the flavonoid quercetin (which is known for its anti-histamine properties). Black beans are also rich in nutrients like molybdenum, folate and copper.
NOTE: this recipe uses ingredients like our caramelised leeks and cashew cream that you may already have on hand. If you do then great, these burrito wraps will be easier to whip up. If you need to make everything from scratch then see the links below that will lead you to our caramelised leeks, cashew cream and oat flatbread recipes. OR, get imaginative and use your other favourite ingredients, some options below we think could work include...
* Beef or chicken mince
* Baked potato
* Baked pumpkin
* Baked zucchini
* Shredded Brussels
We have specified below the order of when to make each ingredient if you do not already have a pre made batch on hand. If you already have any of these pre made, then skip these parts.
1 batch of flatbreads - We have created a burrito flatbread recipe version under our oat flatbread recipe which you can find HERE. The burrito version can be found at the bottom.
1 batch of caramelised leeks - NOTE: there will be leftovers from this recipe to use in your other skin friendly dishes of choice. If you do not want leftovers, half the recipe.
1 batch of garlic cashew cream - NOTE: there will be leftovers from this recipe to use in your other skin friendly dishes of choice. If you do not want leftovers, half the recipe.
1 400 gram can of black beans, drained and rinsed
2 teaspoons of filtered water
1 teaspoon of garlic powder (or fresh garlic)
1/4 teaspoon of good quality salt
1 teaspoon of maple syrup