Breakfast Quesadillas

Here I’m going to give you two versions of this tasty meal : sweet & savory. My son loves quesadillas – I love hearing him trying to pronounce it (ha)! If you haven’t noticed, I like my recipes easy and customizable. This is both. Feel free to substitute whatever you’d like – I’m just giving you a base to use your own ideas. The possibilities are endless!

Sweet Breakfast Quesadillas


8 corn (or flour) tortilla shells (6”)


3 oz of cream cheese (or cream cheese spread), softened


3 Tbsp honey


1 tsp cinnamon


1 cup fresh berries, chopped (or fruit mix – we like strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc)

  • Mix together cheese, honey and cinnamon in a small bowl.
  • On a griddle place 4 tortilla shells, spread with cream cheese mixture onto each shell.
  • Divide fruit equally among the 4 shells and put on top of the cheese mixture.
  • Top this with the remaining tortilla shells. Cook on the griddle on about 400°F until edges of shells are brown (flipping to cook both sides).
    • NOTE: We’ve also tried the following mixtures: Peanut Butter & Banana, just plain cinnamon, cream cheese & pinapple.

Savory Breakfast Quesadillas

8 corn (or flour) tortilla shells (6”)


3 eggs


2 Tbsp almond milk (or regular)


¼ cup diced tomatoes


¼ cup diced green onions


Shredded cheese (whatever flavor you prefer)

  • Scramble the eggs and almond milk in a hot skillet until cooked through.
  • On a griddle, place 4 tortilla shells and add the scrambled egg mixture on to each shell.
  • Sprinkle the diced tomatoes, onions and cheese over the egg mixture on each shell.
  • Top with the remaining tortilla shells and cook on the griddle on about 400°F until edges of shells are brown (flipping to cook both sides).
    • NOTE: We’ve also tried the following mixtures: Egg, Spinach & Mushroom, Egg & Asparagus, Egg & turkey sausage/bacon.

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