Instant Pot Breakfast Burritos are a quick and easy breakfast meal to make it easy to feed a crowd or meal prep for the week done in 30- minutes! Fresh simple ingredients combine to give you a great start your day.
Whisk together in a medium bowl the eggs. Then whisk together the milk, hot sauce, and seasonings.
To this whisk or fold in the cheddar cheese, green onion, and bell pepper. Then stir in the cooked sausage.
Lightly coat the silicone molds with cooking spray, Pour in the egg mixture to halfway in the molds. May fill slightly more if needed.
Cover the molds with aluminum foil, and stack cross-wise on top of the pressure cooker rack. Add the minimum amount of water to the Instant Pot, and then lower in the prepared molds.
Seal the lid and cook on high pressure for 10-minutes, and then follow with a 5-minute natural pressure release.
The previous directions for this post used the steam function to cook them. If your model's steam function utilizes pressure to cook then you can follow these directions if you like. If not then the eggs will not cook all the way. Set your instant pot to the 'Steam' setting on high pressure for 8-minutes followed with a 10-minute natural pressure release.
Remove from the pressure cooker, and cool for a few minutes. Invert onto the foil to remove, and they should slide out easily. Cool completely as a hot filling will make the end result of the burrito soggy.
Place one heaping tablespoon or so of nacho cheese into the center of your tortilla leaving one-inch of space from the edges, Place one cooked egg stick on top, fold the sides of the tortilla, and then roll tightly until folded completely ending seam side down.
Serve immediately or store in an airtight container or gallon bag for up to one week individually wrapped in plastic wrap then foil. To reheat remove from plastic wrap and foil then heat in microwave.
You can freeze these for up to two months. To reheat from frozen place in microwave to cook for 2 to 3 minutes. If thawed first then cook for 30 seconds up to one minute.
Link to purchase molds from Amazon.Be careful you don't overfill your burrito as it won't roll or keep together properly. If you want you can add a little additional protein by adding ½ cup of cottage cheese. The cook time stays the same, you'll just have an extra mold to fill.You can also add frozen or refrigerated hash browns to this. I would recommend diced potatoes, and would add them to the filling at the same time as the sausage.