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Well Aiden is still a beast to try to feed, and I've seen many of you are successful with Quesadillas. What type of shell are you using, and what type of cheese have you tried?
I love quesadillas :)
I make them with flour tortillas, cheddar cheese mixed with green chili and chicken.
I microwave the tortillas to heat them up as I let the skillet warm up, add the inside ingredients and them put hte 2nd tortilla ontop. I then put them on the skillet to melt the cheese, flipping frequently so it doesnt burn.
yumm you made me want quesadillas for breakfast. ha!
Lol, I can put almost anything in a quesadilla and Paul will eat it. The kid loves tortillas and cheese. We use whatever cheese we have on hand-usually cheddar or Colby jack. Mix in whatever fixings you want. Last night I made him one with taco meat, spinach chopped tiny, corn, black beans and tomatoes. I bake mine on 350 for about 7-10 minutes.
eta: we just use 2 of the soft taco sized tortillas.
I usually make mine on an electric skillet (that is one of those things I got for my wedding that I thought I would never use, but I use it probably about 1x/week), which makes it easier to make 2 at a time.
I use flour tortillas with Mexican blend cheese (we buy a huge bag at Costco). For fillings I use black beans, broccoli, avocado, fish, whatever is on hand.
To crisp up the tortillas without getting them too greasy, I spray a little bit of pam on the outside.
Like PPs, Lucia will eat almost anything in a tortilla. I use a dry pan, flour tortillas, and usually cheddar, but also mozzarella or any other kind of cheese I have on hand. I just lay a tortilla flat in the hot pain, sprinkle half with shredded cheese, fold over and let it sit for a bit, then flip it. It's easier for her to eat if it's chewy and not crisp, so I just let it sit long enough to melt the cheese.
I often also add chicken, pork, tomatoes, beans, corn, onions, or whatever I have on hand. But if she's being super picky, I just stick with plain cheese. She also likes guacamole on top.
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