Now, let’s discuss quesadillas.
I love them. Adore them. Salivite over them! Yeah, I’m quite weird but you’re most likely okay with that by now if you are still reading this.
Quesadillas certainly are a traditional mexican dish that usually involves cheese along with a savory combination of vegetables and/or meat. They’re one of my favorite foods to put together at the last-minute because it requires throwing delicious combinations within a tortilla and toasting or frying it until crispy and fantastic brown. These days the traditional quesadillas have progressed into something wonderful: breakfast time (or dessert) quesadillas!
It’s as easy as this: I am enthusiastic about the peanut butter and banana combo Typically when I’m pretty quickly I place the duo on an english muffin and barely remember inhaling my breakfast time, but I had been getting a little uninterested in that. So instead of the usual, I decided to ensure it is interesting by making peanut butter and banana quesadillas and adding in seasonal, ripe strawberries for sort of PB&J twist.
My mind was BLOWN AWAY after 1 bite. In every seriousness, yours must be too.
If you’ve by no means experienced the peanut butter, strawberry, and banana combo-prepare to be amazed!
First of all-the strawberries in the quesadilla! They almost taste like these were roasted-exploding with flavor and juicyness from the heat. It reminds me of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich, except with a brand new, more interesting charm. The crunch from the tortilla and the warm, creamy peanut butter makes me desire I could go back to grade school and
ask nicely because of this in my lunchbox.
When coming up with quesadillas I always use whole wheat-low carb tortillas because I love the nutty flavor of these, plus wholegrains keep you fuller, longer. I recommend using Joesph’s Tortillas , but any whole grain tortilla would work well. This also would be an optimum pre or post-workout snack or meal because of the good carbs and healthy fats.
Additionally I HIGHLY recommend trying this for dessert. It’s pretty guilt-free, perfect for sharing, and kids will love them. And they’re vegan, and you could certainly make them gluten-free through the use of GF tortillas.
The options are endless! Consider it.
Wouldn’t replacing nutella for peanut butter be dreamy? Or simply sprinkling in several mini chocolate chips? What about dipping them in a warm chocolate sauce?
THAT could be like tasting a little bite of heaven. But those are simply suggestions, feel absolve to get creative!
As requested, nutritional details is included.
Just please be aware that following this quesadilla, you may never want to settle for a traditional PB&J again. In the event that you try them, make sure to let me know what you think.
Peanut Butter, Strawberry, & Banana Quesadillas
2 wholegrain tortillas
4-5 strawberries, sliced
Heat a moderate skillet over medium high heat and spray pan with cooking spray.
Spread 1 tablespoon of the peanut butter evenly over each tortilla. Arrange both the banana and strawberry slices over one tortilla, sprinkle with a pinch of cinnamon, and best with the remaining tortilla, peanut butter aspect down. Press lightly to greatly help them stick together.
When the skillet is hot, add the quesadilla, flipping once, until golden brown, approximately 2 minutes per side. Cut each quesadilla into halves or quarters.
To get a dessert version try adding 1 teaspoon of mini chocolates chips in
Serve with honey, maple syrup, vanilla greek yogurt, or chocolate sauce
Try with different nut butters, nutella or almond butter will be good
The nutritional information below is based on utilizing a flour tortilla. Using a low carb, whole grain tortilla would lower the calorie consumption and carb count number. It would can also increase the fiber.
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Now, let’s discuss quesadillas.