In preparation for Hallowe'en, I've wanted to make a few "spooky" recipes. There are so many great Hallowe'en recipes out there (just check out my Pinterest board!) and they're so easy to make!
This past weekend, I made these Jack-O-Lantern Quesadillas. They're so adorable, and kids will love them (I know my sister did!). I made these with just cheese, but feel free to add whatever other fillings you like! Black beans would be good - they would take the Hallowe'en theme to the next level by making them black and orange!
These quesadillas would make a perfect Hallowe'en lunch or pre-trick-or-treating dinner. Whenever you choose to make them, they will be enjoyed by everyone!
Makes one single-serving quesadilla
- 2 small tortillas (I used whole-wheat, but use whatever you have on hand)
- 1/3 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- additional fillings of your choice
Using a sharp knife, shape the top of the tortillas into a "stem" shape for the pumpkin.
On one of the tortillas, cup out a jack-o-lantern face. You can make it spooky, silly, happy...whatever you like!
Sprinkle the cheese over the uncut tortilla, and place the "face tortilla" over top. Put quesadilla on a foil-lined baking sheet and place under broiler for 4-6 minutes, until cheese is melted.