These quesadillas for kids are easy to make and will be sure to put a smile on their faces at mealtimes!
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I make these quesadillas under the grill (broiler) and it is a really easy way to make a simple meal a lot more fun!
For each quesadilla:
- 2 tortillas (I like the soft small ones, about 6.5″ wide)
- ¼ – ½ cup shredded cheese
- Alphabet cookie cutter
Prepare the top tortilla of the quesadilla by using a cookie cutter to cut out your child’s initial. I used these Wilton cutters. If you are using letters with a counter (like D, R, P, B and Q) remember to save the middle bit to complete the letter on the quesadilla!
Then gently heat the non-cut tortilla under the grill (broiler), and when it has become a little bit hard, add the cheese. Put it back under the heat until the cheese has melted.
Note: My favorite cheese for making quesadillas is Queso Chihuahua. It melts easily and has a wonderful flavor and texture.
Add the cut tortilla on top of the cheese and return to the grill. Once this is crispy remove from the heat and serve!
F loved his personalised quesadilla!
This would be great for a birthday treat too, using number cookie cutters!
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This meal is now part of the YUM! Healthy Recipes for Kids book! Check out the other amazing ideas!