Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties

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If you’re in need of a little convenience, then Daiya Frozen Burritos might be the perfect addition to your menu. They’re vegan, made without top allergens, and come in several savory varieties. The original line-up includes four lunch- and dinner-worthy flavors, but they’re also adding two breakfast burritos to the mix.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties

Each savory burrito flavor is wrapped in a gluten-free tortilla made with a brown rice and chickpea flour blend. We have all of the details here, and you can share your own rating and review below. It helps other make an informed dairy-free purchasing decision so don’t hold back!

Tex Mex

This spicy blend contains pinto beans, brown rice, red bell peppers, red jalapenos, spices, and Daiya Cutting Board Cheddar Style Shreds.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.Ingredients: gluten-free tortilla (brown rice flour, water, rice starch, chickpea flour, non-gmo expeller pressed safflower oil, white whole grain sorghum flour, psyllium, xanthan gum, leavening [sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate], milled flaxseed, sea salt, vegan enzyme), daiya cutting board cheddar style shreds (water, tapioca starch, coconut oil, non-gmo expeller pressed: canola and/or safflower oil, vegan natural flavors, sea salt, potato protein isolate, tricalcium phosphate, lactic acid (vegan), konjac gum, yeast extract, xanthan gum, annatto (color), turmeric (color), inactive yeast, potassium chloride), pinto beans, brown rice, poblano salsa (poblanos, green onions, cilantro, garlic), water, red bell peppers, red jalapeño peppers, vegan natural flavors, spices, sea salt, konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract. Contains: coconut.*

Nutrition (per burrito): 350 calories, 11g fat, 57g carbs, 5g fiber, 1g sugars (includes 0g added sugar), 7g protein.*

Santiago

Enjoy the milder South American influence in this filling, which contains red quinoa, sweet potatoes, black beans, poblano peppers, and Daiya Cutting Board Mozzarella Style Shreds.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.Ingredients: gluten-free tortilla (brown rice flour, water, rice starch, chickpea flour, non-gmo expeller pressed safflower oil, white whole grain sorghum flour, psyllium, xanthan gum, leavening [sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate], milled flaxseed, sea salt, vegan enzyme), daiya cutting board mozzarella style shreds (water, tapioca starch, coconut oil, non-gmo expeller pressed: canola and/or safflower oil, vegan natural flavors, sea salt, potato protein isolate, tricalcium phosphate, lactic acid (vegan), konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract, fruit and/or vegetable juice (color)), black beans, red quinoa, sweet potatoes, poblano salsa (poblanos, green onions, cilantro, garlic), yellow onions, water, vegan natural flavors, lemon juice concentrate, sea salt, konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract. Contains: coconut.*

Nutrition (per burrito): 330 calories, 11g fat, 54g carbs, 5g fiber, 3g sugars (includes 0g added sugar), 7g protein.*

Santa Fe

This New Mexican variety turns up the heat just a little with chipotle peppers, potatoes, brown rice, meatless crumbles, and Daiya Cutting Board Mozzarella Style Shreds.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.Ingredients: gluten-free tortilla (brown rice flour, water, rice starch, chickpea flour, non-gmo expeller pressed safflower oil, white whole grain sorghum flour, psyllium, xanthan gum, leavening [sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate], milled flaxseed, sea salt, vegan enzyme), beyond meat beef style crumbles (water, pea protein isolate, non-gmo expeller pressed canola oil, rice flour, molasses (color), yeast extract, tapioca maltodextrin, acacia gum, salt, sunflower oil, vegan natural flavor), daiya cutting board mozzarella style shreds (water, tapioca starch, coconut oil, non-gmo expeller pressed: canola and/or safflower oil, vegan natural flavors, sea salt, potato protein isolate, tricalcium phosphate, lactic acid (vegan), konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract, fruit and/or vegetable juice (color)), brown rice, potatoes, red bell peppers, water, vegan natural flavors, white vinegar, spices, garlic, paprika oleoresin (color), konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract. Contains: coconut.*

Nutrition (per burrito): 340 calories, 12g fat, 50g carbs, 4g fiber, 2g sugars (includes 0g added sugar), 8g protein.*

Tuscan

Italian burritos? Why not! This flavor is filled with sundried tomatoes, spinach, basil, meatless crumbles, and Daiya Cutting Board Mozzarella Style Shreds.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.Ingredients: gluten-free tortilla (brown rice flour, water, rice starch, chickpea flour, non-gmo expeller pressed safflower oil, white whole grain sorghum flour, psyllium, xanthan gum, leavening [sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate], milled flaxseed, sea salt, vegan enzyme), daiya cutting board mozzarella style shreds (filtered water, tapioca starch, coconut oil, non-gmo expeller pressed: canola and/or safflower oil, vegan natural flavors, sea salt, potato protein isolate, tricalcium phosphate, lactic acid [vegan], konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract), tomatoes, white sorghum, beyond meat beef style crumbles (water, pea protein isolate, non-gmo expeller pressed canola oil, rice flour, molasses [color], yeast extract, tapioca maltodextrin, acacia gum, salt, sunflower oil, vegan natural flavor), water, spinach, sun-dried tomato basil paste (non-gmo canola and/or olive oil, tomatoes, basil, shallots, garlic, parsley, salt, black pepper, citric acid), yellow onions, tomato basil sauce (water, tomatoes, olive oil, onion, salt, xanthan gum, garlic, basil, spices), sea salt, vegan natural flavor, konjac gum, xanthan gum, yeast extract. Contains: coconut.*

Nutrition (per burrito): 380 calories, 14g fat, 58g carbs, 4g fiber, 4g sugars (includes 0g added sugar), 7g protein.*

Daiya Plans to Serve Breakfast in Two New Burrito Flavors

These Daiya breakfast burritos are scheduled to launch later this year. We will add more details once they are available.

Breakfast – Traditional

The name isn’t official, but this new breakfast burrito will feature vegan scrambled eggs, meatless beef style crumbles, seasoned potatoes, Canadian maple syrup, and Daiya dairy-free Cutting Board Cheddar Style Shreds.

Breakfast – Southwestern

Again, we’re just giving it a placeholder name, but this flavor will be filled with vegan scrambled eggs, black beans, jalapeño peppers, sautéed onion, poblano salsa, potatoes, and Daiya airy-free Cutting Board Cheddar Style Shreds.

Daiya Frozen Burritos Are All Wrapped Up in 6 Allergy-Friendly Varieties - Review, Ratings, Ingredients and more info - new breakfast burritos too! All vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free.

More Facts on Daiya Frozen Burritos

Price: $4.29 per 5.6-ounce burrito

Availability: Daiya Frozen Burritos are sold in the freezer section of stores throughout the U.S. and Canada. Look for them at mainstream grocers like Safeway, Target, and ShopRite, and many natural food stores. The Breakfast Frozen Burritos won’t be available until the Fall of 2019.

Certifications: Daiya Frozen Burritos are Certified Vegan and Non-GMO Verified.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Daiya Frozen Burritos are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*

For More Product Information: Visit the Daiya Foods website at daiyafoods.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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Love the Tex mex

Rated 5 out of 5
March 7, 2021

The point of these is to be healthy and allergen free. If you’re a normal eater then I can see where it might suck but fir someone who needs to avoid gluten and corn and dairy they’re great. They explode when microwaved which I personally like and the shell ends up gooey and soft which I love. Love that I’m not eating slimy dairy or gross meat. Addicted to these and taste much cleaner and less heavy than the other gf burrito brand.’

Amanda

no nukes

Rated 4 out of 5
February 22, 2021

We’ve all eaten enough of them by now to know the microwave is no friend of the frozen burrito. These are no exception. I wrapped it in oiled foil but kept a vent open, (parchment would also work) and put in toaster oven at 375 for about 35 minutes, then opened the foil and cooked it about 5 minutes longer. The outside was crispy and reminded me of an eggroll, in a good way. I had the Italian, flavor was fine. If you can only microwave your food, these may not be for you.

kathleen

Horrible burrito

Rated 1 out of 5
December 7, 2020

This burrito was the worse I ever bought it was simply horrible. It taste nasty it’s just a waste of money I will never ever buy any Daiya products. I dumped the burrito on the trash after first bite.

Josy lira

Flavorless

Rated 2 out of 5
August 3, 2020

I just tried the traditional breakfast burrito and wanted to love it so bad. The picture looked so promising and I love the new Daiya cheese. It smelled weird when it was microwaving and the tortilla has an off putting flavor. The insides just didn’t taste like anything. I don’t understand who approved this recipe.

Bri

Delicious

Rated 5 out of 5
April 5, 2020

Wrap in foil and bake in oven at 350 for 40 min. Tastes great!

Michelle

Traditional Breakfast Burrito is not good

Rated 1 out of 5
November 7, 2019

I tried the traditional breakfast burrito made according to microwave instructions and it was inedible. The tortilla is gummy or hard, and the insides are not discernible from the tortilla in texture/flavor. I could not eat it. I want Daiya to succeed and like some of their other products, but this one is a HARD PASS.

M. Rosier

Better than the reviews I’ve seen

Rated 4 out of 5
October 1, 2019

I tried the Tex mex for quick dinner on a late work night and thought it was quite good….good enough to buy again. I microwaved it partially and then transferred it to a pan to fry it with a little olive oil. I definitely wouldn’t eat it straight out of the microwave. It came out crispy and perfect. It definitely splits open and is very messy so I was only able to crisp up one side but that was enough.

Kate

Rice flour tortillas are an affront to mankind

Rated 1 out of 5
September 27, 2019

A minute after I removed it from the microwave, the rice flour tortilla had congealed into a hard, tasteless, plastic-like substance. I’m not gluten-free and didn’t notice the subtle gluten-free sign on the packaging…. but RICE flour? Are they insane? Why not use CORN flour?
Insides were also pretty tasteless and fake cheese wasn’t moist enough to penetrate that tortilla. I’ll stick to Amy’s vegan black bean burrito.

Sarah

Just horrible

Rated 1 out of 5
September 9, 2019

Tortilla is the most disgusting part of the burrito. Its slimey, wet, and weird. it puffs open and the insides of the burrito explodes. Insides arent much better.

Hillary

Awful

Rated 1 out of 5
August 2, 2019

I was excited to find these burritos because I enjoy other Daiya products, but oh my, they are seriously the worst frozen burritos I have ever tasted. The flavors are overpowered by some nasty taste I can only describe as “chemical”, imparted by the tortilla that seems linger in the back of my throat. By the last bite of each burrito I was seriously on the verge of gagging, they are _that_ bad. At this price point there are much, much better options. Daiya, you can do better!

Michael

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