Raise your hand if you have a picky eater who will hardly touch beef? Don't give up as we have an idea for you! We understand that it's not always easy to get your kids to eat beef so we are continuing our kid-friendly beef recipes that are easy yet delicious.
We know that everyone is busy and has a hard time finding kid-friendly recipes to make. This is a convenient meal that could easily turn into a freezer meal. Roll up a few extra burritos, wrap in plastic wrap, put in a zip lock bag, pop them in the freezer and you have an easy freezer meal. All you have to do is grab one out of the freezer and microwave until warm. This is perfect when the kids are out of school this summer and you have no idea what to make them for lunch. How about a great meal to throw in your child's lunchbox or spouses lunchbox that they will enjoy? There are so many endless options when it comes to these beef and cheese burritos.
3 - 5 lbs Oak Barn Beef Roast
Can of Pinto Beans (you could us Black Beans)
Mexican Cheese Blend
Jar of Mild Salsa
Whole Wheat Tortillas
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS:
Serve with rice, a veggie, and a seasonal fruit. What a yummy, easy, and well balanced meal that kids will love!
Trivia for you: Do you know how many burritos the average American eats a year?
This will make an excellent Easter dinner and would be great paired with some homemade mashed potatoes and a side of green vegetables of some sort.
If you’re interested in a prime rib from Oak Barn Beef, contact us to see if a special order is available for this item!
Might I suggest trying Beef Wellington?
I know, I know. It sounds really fancy and probably requires more time and skill than you can give in your busy day.
But trust me you are going to need to try this recipe. It’s straight forward, and wow. The end result is sure to impress and delight your family’s taste buds.
Looking for a way to bring notes of summer, and tropical days to your cold winter days? Then try making a meal with those types of flavors!
Carne Asada is the perfect recipe for the job!
You can either brave the cold and fire up your grill or just stay indoors and use your stove top.
Serve it with some Mexican street corn, or with chips and salsa.