10 Minute Lunch Quesadilla

I hope your week is off to a good start! Today, I’m sharing an incredibly easy quesadilla recipe. One day last week, I was short on time, so I threw together a quick lunch for my hubby. He said it was yummy and that it hit the spot. Since it got his stamp of approval, I decided to post the quesadilla recipe here.

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Ahh, yes! It’s the perfect blend of crunchy, chewy and tangy.  I really need to figure out how to make my own gluten-free flour tortillas, but this time I just used regular tortillas.

Have you ever made a quesadilla in the oven? Do you make your own tortillas?

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  1. says

    Sounds good!
    We have a quesadilla maker that we normally use, but have also just used a skillet on the stovetop. Then I don’t have to heat up the oven, thus the house (live in south FL).
    Try lightly coating one side of a tortilla with butter, the other side with peanut butter and place in pan. Slice banana and scatter over the PB tortilla. Place a 2nd tortilla lightly coated with PB on top (PB side down). Then spread a thin layer of butter over it. Brown lightly on both sides. OMWord! YUM!
    You can also put honey in it, but my kiddo doesn’t care for it.

  2. Phyllis says

    Have you tried the gluten-free tortillas (frozen) that Publix has? Maybe they wouldn’t tear up as badly as when I used them for enchiladas.

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