|Origin||A lot of random ingredients|
|Introduced in||"Conquest of Cuteness"|
The everything burrito is an extremely large burrito filled with almost everything that is food, and a few things that wouldn't normally be consumed by some people. In "Conquest of Cuteness," Jake prepares the everything burrito for breakfast for both Finn and himself. The burrito eventually meets its end when it is buried by Jake, much to his dismay, in a grave outside the Tree Fort. It is buried with a sign that reads "My Burrito" out of the suspicion that it was poisoned by the Cuties, ruled by the Cute King.
The everything burrito appears to be a normal burrito, only it is much larger due to the fact that it contains many ingredients.
The contents of the everything burrito include at least: sunny-side-up eggs, a spatula, purple berries (presumably grapes), a fluffy pink swirled substance (presumably cotton candy), a buttered waffle, a green teacup, a stack of buttered flapjacks, a frying pan, a drinking glass with a straw and yellow liquid inside, a carrot, a hamburger, lettuce, some grapefruit, a pineapple, a slice of lemon, a box of noodles, a bowl of cereal, sandwiches, a carton full of eggs, tacos, a loaf of bread, a ham, a donut, a pumpkin, a banana, a milk carton, bacon, a turkey, cheese, a hotdog, a few strawberries, a cake, some more noodles with a meatball, half of an apple, a tomato, two oranges, some pretzels, a few French fries, a mushy brown substance (presumably beans), and more random foods.
- In the Australian version of the Season 3 Promo, when Jake says, "I love you everything burrito," they cut out the word "burrito" to make it, "I love you everything."
- The everything burrito is a food item that restores health in the games Finn and Jake's Epic Quest and Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd you steal our garbage?!!
- It is revealed in the book: Righteous Rules for Being Awesome, that Jake ate his everything burrito after he buried it.
- There are several inedible items in the burrito: a teacup, chopsticks, an egg carton, a milk carton, a container for Chinese food, a pan, a spatula, a fork, a spoon, a blue bowl, a straw, and a glass.