This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Mission Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.
One morning I was fixing scrambled eggs for breakfast. We did not have any bread. I grabbed the package of tortillas and filled one with scrambled eggs and bits of bacon. It was an egg burrito. Michael loved it and asks for this now. Awhile back, you will remember we had a little "farmhand" staying with us. He told me that he like his peanut butter and jelly on tortillas. So, we smeared the tortilla with peanut butter, added jelly and rolled it up. It was a great way to take along a sandwich of sorts. What you put into it, is only limited by your imagination.
Mission Tortillas are one of the brands we buy most. We love their multi-grain tortillas. You can check out Missionmenus.com to find many quick & easy, budget-friendly meals for $10 using their tortillas. Mission Flour Tortillas contain 0 grams Trans fat per serving and are cholesterol free. They are available in three different sizes and are found in grocery stores nationwide.
Mission Foods helps to support Share Our Strength, the leading national organization committed to ending childhood hunger in America. You can help by visiting www.MissionMenusChallenge.com and learning more.
They are kicking off the summer with the Mission Menus Challenge. Beginning June 28, 2010, Chef Sara Moulton will encourage you to submit budget-friendly recipes, for a chance to compete in a cook-off in Los Angeles and win a $10,000 dream kitchen makeover as well as a host of weekly prizes. The grand prize winner will win round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations for two to the Mission Menus Challenge Cook-off on September 10, 2010 at the Hard Rock Café in Los Angeles. You have until August 9th to submit your recipe online.
All recipes must:
• Must include Mission Flour Tortillas
• Be original
• Feed a family of five for $10 or less
Put on your thinking cap and get on over to Mission Menus Challenge to submit your recipe.