The 4-ounce burrito cost just 50 cents at Big Y, my local grocery store in Massachusetts.It was thin and slightly crispy in texture.Even though the front of the burrito's packaging only touted two main ingredients, I was expecting it to feel at least a touch more weighty.It wasn't bad, it was just bland. I didn't get any cheese flavor at all, just a mouthful of refried beans that lacked any flavor. If you're looking for a frozen burrito loaded with flavor, this one is a miss for me. However, for just two quarters, I don't know what more I expected.The 5-ounce burrito cost $1.Its tortilla was on the thinner side and it looked slightly transparent when I retrieved it from the microwave.Biting in, it tasted good but was somewhat mysterious in terms of flavor.However, the meat, described as carnitas on the packaging, was covered in so much sauce it tasted mushy. I could have used more meat, less sauce, and perhaps something to up the freshness of the burrito, like pico de gallo or other vegetables. This was your standard frozen burrito — nothing more and nothing less.The 6-ounce burrito cost $2.89.It wasn't soggy at all and held its contents nicely.It weighed 6 ounces instead of 5 ounces.The burrito wasn't too saucy, and I could taste all the ingredients. It was filling and satisfying. However, I could have used just a little bit more rice — I felt that the beans almost overpowered it. I also noted that, without cheese, the burrito tasted a touch bland.The 5 and a 1/2-ounce burrito cost $3.19.It didn't have that signature flour tortilla texture, and felt slightly sticky and wax-like to the touch.I was excited to see if the gluten-free burrito would top the other beans and rice burrito from Amy's.The beans were just as tasty, but the addition of cheddar cheese rounded out the burrito. I didn't mind the gluten-free tortilla at all. Though not as flavorful perhaps as the flour kind, it held its shape perfectly and was just fine in terms of texture.The 5 and a 1/2-ounce burrito cost $2.89.Out of all the burritos, I wanted to try this one the most, as it had the most main ingredients of what I'd consider a classic burrito.It weighs 5 and a 1/2 ounces versus 6 ounces.It was highly flavorful, albeit a bit messy. As a quick on-the-go meal, this burrito definitely fits the bill with its smoky, Southwestern flavor. However, I wish the individual ingredients had stood out more on their own, rather than culminating in a light red, sauce-like liquid. The 6-ounce burrito cost $2.89.This one was thick, but a little dry-feeling.So, despite being a breakfast burrito, no eggs were to be found in this frozen burrito.The tomatoes, beans, and onions were bursting with flavor, and the tofu was a pleasant surprise.However, I just don't know if I can call this a breakfast burrito without any eggs. It simply tasted like a really great tofu burrito if you ask me — and one that I'd surely stock up on in the future.