Bacon, chicken, and ranch—oh yeah! But instead of a greasy, high calorie version, here is one that is better for your diet—roughly 430 calories. Get the recipe at Taylor Made by Taylor Bee.
Don’t want all of the bread but still want your Philly cheesesteak? Turn it into a quesadilla instead. Get the recipe at Little Dairy on the Prairie.
Mix together scrambled eggs, diced ham, and a combo of cheddar and Swiss cheeses. If you have time, mix in sautéed mushrooms, onions, and bacon. Get the recipe at Little Dairy on the Prairie.
If you love buffalo sauce, you’re going to go ga-ga over this one. Blended with black beans for an extra protein punch, this recipe even includes blue cheese crumbles for the authentic buffalo flavor. Get the recipe at A Kitchen Addition.
Running late again in the morning? No sweat. You can take this breakfast on the go and the kids can eat it while you’re sitting in the car line. Get the recipe at Momtastic.
This is a solid recipe for your kids' lunchboxes. Wrapping them in foil keeps them warm until lunchtime (not hot, but warm enough!). These are just as easy to make as sandwiches, and your kids will appreciate the break from PB&J.
Get the recipe at Momtastic.
This recipes has sweet and savory in one! This will be a momma’s favorite. Mix together apricot preserves or jam with brie cheese and dried cranberries. You’ll have a snack or breakfast to die for. Get the recipe at Momtastic.
Sometimes your sweet tooth is calling your name. Place chocolate chips on one side of a tortilla and sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar. Fold in half and place in a pan with some butter until it’s golden brown. Get the recipe at Bake at 350.
Before you head out to work, toss a flank steak with chipotle peppers, adobo sauce, scallions, cilantro, lime juice, and salsa in a slow cooker. When you get home, it’s going to smell delicious. Just shred the meat and make a quesadilla out of it. Get the recipe at Bev Cooks.
This protein-packed recipe is perfect for your little ones who refuse to eat meat. (They all go through this stage.) All you need is an avocado, shredded Jack cheese, and plain hummus, and you got yourself a tasty veggie quesadilla. Get the recipe at Coffee and Crayons.
Don’t know what to make for a weekend lunch or even an after school snack? How about a chicken club quesadilla? Sandwich together chicken breast, bacon, cheese, ham, and your fave toppings. Then grill in your frying pan. Get the recipe at Six Sisters Stuff.
Make a garlic dill sauce using yogurt, dill, lemon juice, and garlic and top it on a quesadilla filled with feta cheese, mozzarella cheese, cucumber, olives, and tomatoes. Get the recipe at Taste and Tell.
Spread Nutella on your tortilla and add a few banana slices. Then place a second tortilla on top, sprinkle some cinnamon, and toss on a warm skillet. Get the recipe from Inside the Bru Crew Life.
Mix together Mexican rice, Monterey Jack cheese, and green chilies. Cook in a frying pan in between two tortillas. Get the recipe at Knorr.com.
This is a perfect dinner to whip up when the kids are pulling on your legs, begging for food, but you really don’t feel like cooking. Just pull the leftover meat sauce from the spaghetti dinner the night before along with the leftover cooked carrots from the other night and transform leftovers into a tasty quesadilla. Get the recipe at Momtastic.
Do you have leftover meatloaf? Stir it together with black beans and cheese to make your quesadilla. Then blend together sour cream, cilantro, lime juice, and hot sauce for topping that your family will gobble up. Get the recipe at Taste and Tell.
This fruity, sweet quesadilla consists of pineapple chunks, chicken, Monterey Jack cheese, cilantro, and even a touch of cinnamon. The must-try salsa features strawberries and optional jalapeno. Get the recipe at How Sweet Eats.
This is a great meatless recipe for all you vegetarian families. Cook together portobello mushrooms, onions, garlic, and thyme. Then create a quesadilla with this mushroom mixture and Asiago cheese. Get the recipe at Momtastic.
Make a sauce for your chicken using your fave BBQ sauce, pineapple juice, lime juice, and cilantro. After you cook your quesadilla, top it with a must-try pineapple mango guacamole. Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
Blend refried beans with shredded chicken. Then mix together with green onions, taco seasoning, and cilantro. Get the recipe at Taste and Tell.
Mix together pork roast, salsa, Dr. Pepper (oh yeahhhhh), and brown sugar. Then place inside two tortillas with cheese. Get the recipe at Six Sisters Stuff.
In the morning before work or just after you drop off your kids at school, pop in your chuck roast and spices. When you get home from work, all you have to do is add a can of sloppy joe sauce. Then spread cream cheese on one side of each tortilla, add the beef mixture, and top with an other tortilla. Get the recipe from 365 Days of Crock Pot.
You’ve heard of fish tacos. What about fish quesadillas? Make a Thai peanut butter chili sauce to mix in with your salmon. Then top with a spicy mango salsa. Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
Mix together your favorite buffalo wing sauce with a pound of chicken tenders. Then add blue cheese crumbles and Monterey Jack cheese for an ooey gooey taste of heaven. Get the recipe at Bev Cooks.
For a healthy meal idea, stir together shredded chicken, BBQ sauce, and avocado chucks with mozzarella cheese. Then place inside the tortillas. Get the recipe at Inside Bru Crew Life.
Love the flavors of Thanksgiving? Serve them all year long in this ten-minute recipe. Mix together Swiss cheese, cranberry sauce, and shredded turkey for this cozy quesadilla. Get the how-to at Little Dairy on the Prairie.
Grill your pineapple on a grill pan or skillet and cook your chicken slices with BBQ sauce. Then place on your tortilla with shredded Monterey Jack cheese. Serve with sour cream. Get the recipe at The Girl Who Ate Everything.
This quesadilla recipe may have a more sophisticated blend of flavors (especially with the Asiago cheese), but it’s a great simple way to start developing your child’s palette. Get the recipe at Momtastic.
This spicy sweet corn quesadilla is a snap to make. Just combine corn kernels, tomatoes, and cheese. If your kid digs spicy food, add the chili peppers; if not, simply omit. Get the recipe at A Kitchen Addiction.
After you make these quesadillas, you may never go back to the original. All you need is pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, and your fave pizza sauce sandwiched between tortillas. Get the recipe at the The Girl Who Ate Everything.
This quesadilla is sure to be one of your kids’ favorites. With chicken, cheese, and salsa, this simple recipe will be a staple. Get the recipe at Momtastic.