Searching for quick and easy after-school snacks for your kiddos? Give these Apple Quesadillas a try! We whipped up a batch in just about 15 minutes—perfect for empty stomachs in need of a quick-fix. They’re also super easy to customize to fit your family’s tastes. Swap out the cheese, throw on other fillings (sweetened dried cranberries! pecans!), and make a whole new flavor combination just for you. We love the tangy crunch of the apple with the creamy cheese in these. Because the tacos are smaller, they won’t fill up young tummies before dinner. If you need more, you can easily double the recipe.
This recipe originally appeared as part of our Back-to-School newsletter. Interested in more family-friendly recipes? Check out our Kid-Friendly meal plan here!
- 1 cup shredded colby-Jack cheese (or use Cheddar)
- ½ Granny Smith apple, thinly sliced
- 4 soft taco-size flour tortillas
- Coat a nonstick skillet with cooking spray over medium-low heat.
- Place 1 tortilla in skillet. Sprinkle entire tortilla with ¼ cup cheese; top half of tortilla with an even layer of apples. Cook until cheese is melted; fold half of tortilla over apple slices. Transfer quesadilla to a plate, and cut in half.
- Repeat procedure with remaining tortillas, cheese and apple slices.