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February 16, 2017

Breakfast from Red Barn Farmstand

Red Barn Farmstand is one of my new favorite spots in Haleiwa.  Not only can you find fresh produce and made-in-Hawaii goodies, but you can find yummy eats as well.

Our family recently picked up breakfast from Red Barn Farmstand before spending the day in Haleiwa.

Fresh Fruit Granola Bowl


Breakfast Burrito
Bacon Burrito

Farmer's Field Burrito


Keiki Meal

Sunrise Sausage Burrito
I ordered the Bacon Burrito - eggs, bacon, potatoes, black bean pico, sweet onions, cilantro, and cheese all stuffed in a flour tortilla.  It was so hearty and so delicious!  The black beans, onions, and cilantro really added a nice touch to what would otherwise have been a pretty basic breakfast burrito.

The Sunrise Sausage Burrito consisted of Portuguese Sausage, scrambled eggs, potatoes, herbs, and cheese.

The Farmers' Field Burrito (which my middle son chose) included a variety of fresh veggies, eggs, black bean pico, sweet onion, cilantro, and cheese.

The Fresh Fruit Granola Bowl included layers of granola, yogurt, fruit, and honey.

The keiki meal consisted of a cheese quesadilla and fresh fruit cup.

All of the burritos and the keiki meal came with fresh salsa.

I love that Red Barn Farmstand uses local, fresh ingredients whenever possible, and the end result is sure tasty!

Red Barn Farmstand
66-320 Kamehameha Hwy. 
Haleiwa, HI 96712

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