A quesadilla is probably the easiest meal to make, ever. Put some cheese in a flour tortilla, fold it, heat it, and you’re done. The quesadilla recipes listed here are a bit more involved than the cheese quesadilla, but they’re still pretty easy to make and your whole family will love you for it. Try these 25 quesadilla recipes for lunch or dinner. Bonus: they’re portable, so they would make great meals for picnics, day trips, and rushed mornings eating in the car.
Add sauteed onions and peppers to a chicken quesadilla for a healthy and satisfying meal.
Stuff your quesadilla with chicken smothered in smoky BBQ sauce and melted cheese. You could add sliced red onions for an added crunch!
This quesadilla recipe is a great way to use leftover steak! However, it’s so good that you might grill a steak just to eat this for dinner.
Black beans and corn is a delicious combination, especially when they’re covered with cheddar cheese, like in this meatless quesadilla recipe.
Perfect for a quick and light lunch, this spinach and tomato quesadilla combines mozzarella and feta cheese for a delicious meal.
Having cheeseburger for dinner… again? Switch it up a bit by using flour tortillas instead of buns to make this scrumptious cheeseburger quesadilla!
Don’t have time to make a pizza crust? Grab a couple of flour tortillas to make this pepperoni pizza quesadilla for pizza night!
Don’t let the name fool you; this quesadilla recipe uses deli roast beef for a quicker and easier quesadilla.
Would you eat a quesadilla for breakfast? How about one that’s stuffed with eggs, ham, and jalapeno slices?
Vegans can enjoy a good quesadilla, too! Here’s a quesadilla recipe with avocado, tomato, and nutritional yeast.
Sauteed vegetables are always delicious in a quesadilla. You’ll love this quesadilla recipe that includes smoked gouda, mushrooms, and peppers.
Instead of serving your kids a sandwich for a last-minute dinner, give them this chicken club quesadilla!
Put flank steak with chipotle peppers and adobo sauce in the slow cooker and let it do all the work. Then just assemble your chipotle steak quesadilla with the juicy and flavorful meat. Easy and delicious!
Tomato, basil, and mozzarella is such a classic combination, for good reason. It’s so good! Enjoy it in a margherita pizza quesadilla.
When peaches are in season, grab a few to make this sweet peach and brie quesadilla! Don’t forget the ice cream on top.
All you need to make this blueberry breakfast quesadilla is cinnamon-flavored cream cheese and frozen blueberries, along with a flour tortilla! A simple yet tasty breakfast that you can eat on the go.
This quesadilla includes Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and corned beef to make a filling meal. Dip your quesadilla slices into Thousand Island dressing or mustard for some added deliciousness.
Brie is so good when eaten with fruit, especially pear. This quesadilla recipe includes both for a light lunch that you’ll want to make again and again. Don’t be afraid to load up on the pear slices for even more flavor.
All the fresh tastes of Greek cuisine can be found in this greek-style quesadilla: feta cheese, red onions, cucumber, kalamata olives, and parsley. Perfect for a summer lunch!
Try this healthy sweet potato and kale quesadilla that’s packed with nutrition and flavor! They also work great as leftovers for lunch.
What makes this quesadilla recipe special is the use of a naranja salsa that contains oranges and sweet chili sauce.
Peanut butter, banana, and chocolate? Yum. This sweet quesadilla would work equally great as a dessert or an after-school snack.
The tortillas in this shrimp quesadilla are topped with grated Parmesan cheese and then baked. What an excellent idea!
Combine cheese and steamed broccoli in a quesadilla that’s quick to make and easy to eat! You could do this with any vegetable.
Slice up a couple of fresh strawberries and put them on a quesadilla with honey goat cheese and basil. What a great snack or dessert this would be!
What is your favorite quesadilla to make or eat?
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