Simple quick easy cheesy, a little bit crispy, and always yummy Breakfast Quesadillas are a nice change of pace for the breakfast table. Well I think they’d be good at lunch or dinner too, it’s basically like a grilled cheese sandwich in tortilla form so why not.
If your a meal prepper this is a good one, like my Loaded Denver Omelets Muffins, where you can make extra and freeze them to toss in the microwave on the way out the door. Plus it’s a busy time of year with the weather finally starting to feel like springtime, we’ve got so much to do outside.
Basically anything that doesn’t involve being in the house after the long winter we’ve all had is a good thing in my book. Working in the yard, hiking, going fishing, craft fairs, kids’ games so many things outside that we love to get out of the house and do, just as soon as the weather gets nice.
So this Breakfast Quesadilla recipe is also good to save a few bucks and not go through a drive thru when your busy. It’s so tempting and just not so satisfying. Anyway, you could have these done in the amount of time you wait in the line, plus don’t you hate being told to pull over and wait even longer than the guy behind you, that’s the worst and the prices are just stupid these days. So now your in a bad mood on top of paying for overpriced, over salted, not so yummy food that’s tossed in styrofoam that’s going to take 50 years to break down and go back to the earth.
We just had “Earth Day”, so I was reminded of this, it also takes 450 years for plastic bottles to break down. Not trying to be preachy, but trying to do better myself as far as being wasteful, and everyone else who wasn’t aware. That’s a good thing, if more people care about the future of our environment.
If you want, you can go crazy with these and make a Quesadilla Brunch Bar with extra toppings like Pico de Gallo, black beans, sour cream, diced scallions, cilantro; or use chorizo or ham instead of breakfast sausage. Well if your going to do that you might want to have a little Creamsicle Mimosa Sunrise Float with that as well!
Hey, I think these are easy enough to put the kids to work on and let them help, or a good starter with learning to cook, they’ve gotta learn sometime. I started mine in the kitchen around the tween years with easy things like this.
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