Healthy Breakfast Tacos

by livingfreelygf
This post has been sponsored by Potapas Tortillas. They are a company that I have been buying from and enjoying for sometime.  I believe in sharing all of the gluten free goodness with you. Thank you Potapas!

There are several choices now when it comes to gluten free tortillas. However, when my son developed a corn sensitivity we needed to find a brand that tasted good without the corn. Potapas was hands down his favorite tortilla out of every grain free tortilla I could find. When Potapas reached out to me about working together I immediately knew I wanted to create a healthy breakfast taco recipe. You can serve these breakfast tacos for a crowd if you would like.  This breakfast taco recipe with potatoes is packed with delicious flavor and I don’t know about you, but I want my gluten free breakfast with avocado on it!

Plate of tacos with one being served and a package of tortillas

My entire family is gluten free and we suffer from multiple intolerances and allergens. The newest to pop up in our lives is a corn intolerance/allergy for my son. It is something new to us and we are still figuring it out through elimination for the last year. We have learned he has what looks to be an allergic reaction to corn syrup, an intolerance to corn starch, and he is seeming to be ok with real non-gmo corn.

Gluten Free Tortillas

However, in the beginning of this journey we eliminated all corn from his diet for about 8 months. During this time we began to search for a tortilla he could enjoy. I bought every single corn free and gluten free tortilla I could get my hands on. Out of all of them his favorite was the Potapas tortillas. I must say they are delicious!

Potapas offers several flavors such as the Original, Sweet Potato, and Veggie Medly. My personal favorite is the Veggie Medly and that is what I am using in this recipe.

Breakfast Tacos for a Crowd

Potapas are gluten free, non GMO verified, Kosher, and free of nuts, dairy, soy, corn, and preservatives. You will store them in the freezer and take them out only as you plan to use them. I heat them frozen and have excellent results. They never split or crack, which is a big deal when it comes to gluten and grain free tortillas.

How to heat the Potapas Veggie Medly Tortillas?

Plate of breakfast tacos on a towel with a package of tortillas

I take out however many I plan to use and allow them to sit out for about 5 minutes. Then heat a small skillet on medium heat and then place the partially thawed tortilla on the skillet. Allow it to heat for a minute or so, then flip and allow it to heat for another 30 seconds to 1 minute. Don’t overcook them and don’t overthink it, just heat and serve.

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How do I make this gluten free breakfast with avocado?

A plate of tacos with a package of tortillas

Start with cooking the ground sausage, potatoes, and scrambled eggs. Heating the beans is optional, but you could do that at this time as well.

Then you will prepare the topping by washing and chopping the onions, lettuce, and avocado. Now you will heat the tortillas and build the tacos. To make these breakfast tacos for a crowd simply double the recipe.

Build your taco with as much or as little of each item and enjoy! Make sure to scroll down and enter the giveaway to win some Potapas tortillas to try!

 

 

Jennifer

Healthy Breakfast Tacos Recipe

5 from 1 vote
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Course Breakfast
Cuisine Mexican

Ingredients

  • 1/2 lb ground pork sausage
  • 1 15 oz. can black beans
  • 6 eggs scrambled
  • 2 cups fried potatoes use any potato, I used sweet potatoes that were prepackaged and frozen. You can use hash browns too.
  • 1 cup lettuce diced
  • 1/2 red onion diced
  • 1 avocado sliced or premade guacamole
  • 1/4 cup cilantro

Instructions

  1. Start with cooking the ground sausage, potatoes, and scrambled eggs. Heating the beans is optional, but you could do that at this time as well. 

  2. Then you will prepare the topping by washing and chopping the onions, lettuce, and avocado. Now you will heat the tortillas and build the tacos.

  3. To heat the tortillas take out however many you plan to use and allow them to sit out for about 5 minutes. Then heat a small skillet on medium heat and place the partially thawed tortilla on the skillet. Allow it to heat for a minute or so, then flip and allow it to heat for another 30 seconds to 1 minute. Don't overcook them and don't overthink it, just heat and serve.

  4. Build your taco with as much or as little of each item and enjoy!

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2 comments

Natalie September 8, 2019 - 4:01 am

5 stars
These look fabulous Jen! I never heard of them, excited to try!

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livingfreelygf September 9, 2019 - 4:09 pm

Thanks Natalie!

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