Cackleberry Roll-Ups
A recipe from the Sneaky Kitchen 
eggs to make a thin omelet to cover the tortillas
butter or non-hydrogenated margarine
favorite minced herbs or chopped green onions (optional)
salt & pepper to taste
corn or flour tortillas
low-fat or fat free shredded cheese, your favorite flavor
cooking spray
crispy bacon (optional)
salsa (optional)

Beat eggs lightly with a fork. Add salt, pepper, plus herbs or green onions if desired. Heat butter in skillet until it bubbles; reduce heat to medium. Pour in eggs to make a thin omelet; it may take 2 sessions or more if cooking for several persons.   As it cooks, lift edges & tilt skillet so uncooked part runs underneath. When top is still glossy but set, remove from heat.

Heat a non-stick griddle.  Spray tortilla with cooking spray on each side.   Heat 1 or2 at a time almost until starting to brown, then flip & sprinkle with cheese (& crumbled bacon if desired).  When cheese melts, remove to a plate.  Cut out a tortilla-size piece of egg & cover the cheese; add a bit of salsa if desired.  Roll up.

This works best with larger tortillas or fajitas; you can cut on the slant into portions.  But small ones are great too for individual snacks; just make the eggs really thin or you can't roll them up.