Good Food Made Simple Greek Breakfast Burrito Review

Good Food Made Simple Greek Breakfast Burrito

There are few better ways to start a breakfast than with a cup of coffee and a breakfast burrito. Good Food Made Simple’s Greek Breakfast Burrito, however, strays a bit from the traditional breakfast formula. So we were curious if this would be one of those instances where the “breakfast” part of the mix feels like an afterthought (like Good Food Made Simple’s Southwestern Veggie Burrito), or if it would be an innovative new way to enjoy the most important meal of the day (like Sweet Earth’s Get Focused! Breakfast Burrito).

So of course we put The Greek to the test.

You might be tempted to compare this with Sweet Earth’s Greek burrito, also named “The Greek,” but we assure you, these are two very different burritos. While Sweet Earth’s uses spinach as a primary ingredient, this one uses tomato relish. So where Sweet Earth’s is loaded with green, Good Food Made Simple’s is loaded with Mediterranean zest. In fact, the underlying flavor here is almost similar to a healthier version of a pizza roll.

Good Food Made Simple Greek Breakfast Burrito

That tomato relish flavor underscores every other ingredient in this burrito, including the cage-free eggs and the feta cheese. That’s not a bad thing at all. The entire package mixes really well, making this a delicious treat.

We love Good Food Made Simple’s Greek Breakfast Burrito, but we haven’t yet answered the question we started out with: is this an appropriate burrito for breakfast? That’s tricky to answer, because while this pairs surprisingly well with a hot cup of coffee, it pairs even better with a cold glass of milk. So while it could sneak into a breakfast, it might do better at lunchtime.

If you want to know more about the ingredients or nutrition content of this breakfast burrito, check out our package scans below.