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Homemade Gluten & Dairy FREE Burritos

I Really Really like the Amy's Gluten & Dairy Free Burritos! But! why did I not think of this sooner?! Why not make my own? (Technically, I had thought of this but none of the wraps I ever used worked!) My homemade burritos are not perfect but it's a work in progress.
The Amy's Burrito says rice and bean and I happen to have both of those ingredients yesterday so why not? The picture on the left is the Amy's and what I decided to eat with it because I can no longer have sour cream or greek yogurt :(
The mixture consisted of refried beans (which I'm reintroducing myself to), corn, diced tomatoes, and spicy guacamole. I mixed that plus some leftover rice I had in the fridge, warmed up the wraps, put the rice and bean mixture in them and my version of a burrito.  

(These are the wraps I used)

Alright so today... I ate my 1st homemade burrito and I was impressed how well the wraps did. WAAAAAAY TO GO  Toufayan!!!
Back to business... I definitely need to "over season" the mixture the next time. It's missing something... I'll do more beans and more seasonings or actually season it. This is a wonderful idea for make ahead (quick) meals. I will do this again!  


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