If you thought breakfast skillets were easy, just wait until you try breakfast quesadillas!
They’re so simple to make and you can fix them any way you like.
Stuff tortilla with fluffy eggs, fresh veggies, and breakfast meats. You can also skip the savory fillings and make them sweet.
You know what else, you can eat them any time of day! Break the rules and eat breakfast for lunch or dinner.
Start your day with spinach and feta or end it with a Greek delight.
No matter when you eat them, breakfast quesadillas are a quick fix for when hunger strikes.
When I say breakfast quesadillas are easy, I mean really easy. This will be your new go-to for the whole family.
Part quesadilla, part burrito, and part scramble, this simple breakfast is jam-packed.
It has protein-rich pinto beans, fluffy eggs, sharp cheddar cheese, green onions, and fresh cilantro.
The only thing I would recommend adding is your favorite homemade hot sauce.
Don’t you just love make-ahead meals? I know I do!
This quesadilla has meal prep written all over it. You can also whip it up at the last minute if you have 25 minutes to spare.
Packed with veggies, it comes stuffed with bell peppers, onions, and spinach.
It also has, wait for it, two types of cheese! Fresh mozzarella and sharp feta to be exact.
Of course, it is a breakfast quesadilla. So there are some eggs in there, too.
Mediterranean and bacon aren’t two things you hear together often.
But sink your teeth into this, and you’ll agree it’s a winning combination of flavors.
On the Mediterranean side, you’ve got Kalamata olives, roasted red pepper, parsley, and feta. Then on the breakfast side, you have fatty, salty bacon.
Add it all together in a jumbo tortilla, and it’s breakfast time!
The keto diet and breakfast quesadillas are a match made in heaven.
I know what you’re thinking, what about the carbs? But I’ll get to that in a second.
Right now, let’s talk about fillings.
Packed with fat and protein, this keto breakfast gets a double whammy of meat in the form of breakfast sausage and bacon.
Then, it piles on the gooey shredded cheese.
To break up some of the richness, you can toss some fresh homemade salsa or other veggies into the mix.
As for the carbs, you can skip them thanks to the egg crepe. It not only has zero net carbs, but it’s also made from eggs.
See, keto and breakfast quesadillas are meant for one another.
Of all the breakfast quesadillas, this one is the best for brunch with friends.
The presentation is as alluring as the quesadilla itself.
The filling is an exquisite combo of savory and spicy ingredients.
It has soft eggs, sharp cheese, green chilies, chipotle peppers, crisp bacon, and fresh spinach.
If that isn’t good enough, there’s a fresh avocado salsa to pile on top!
If you have some shallots on hand, caramelize and toss them inside, too.
Who said you couldn’t have breakfast for dinner? These air-fryer quesadillas are so easy, you’ll want them all day long.
Whisk your eggs with milk to make them extra fluffy. Then layer it on a tortilla with cheddar cheese.
After about 5 minutes, your meal is ready!
It’s a quick and easy solution for when you’re feeling ravished. It also cuts down on cooking oil.
Looking to make your breakfast quesadilla vegan-friendly? Not a problem.
Ditch the eggs and dairy for a hearty tofu scramble.
Turmeric gives it a golden glow while veggies like bell peppers and onions give it a southwest touch.
But why stop there?
Pile on the hash browns, vegan cheese, and soyrizo. It’s the ultimate breakfast quesadilla and dairy-free!
Depending on the brand, soyrizo can be pretty spicy and packed with flavor. So you might need to adjust the ratios accordingly.
If you like the Mediterranean breakfast quesadilla, just wait until you try the Greek!
Chock-full of veggies, the filling is an aromatic medley of mushrooms, garlic, shallots, and spinach.
Meanwhile, the outside gets a topping of olives, cherry tomatoes, and feta cheese.
Speaking of cheese, the inside features Dubliner, which is one of my favorites. But you can use any melty cheese you have on hand.
This one will take a hot minute to make. So save it for a lazy weekend when you have time to spare.
Coming up with clever ways to get your little tykes to eat their broccoli can be hard. And let’s face it, sometimes you’re not feeling it either.
But this is one broccoli rich meal nobody will have a problem polishing off.
The inside has a heaping of broccoli and scrambled eggs all oozing with cheddar cheese.
And you want to know what else you’ll love? It’s also a simple meal prep idea!
Bundle each one up individually and freeze for later. They’ll last a few months in the freezer.
Breakfast burritos don’t all have to be savory, you can make them sweet, too. One bite, and you’ll happily trade in your pastries for a bite of this.
Uber creamy brie is the ideal melting cheese. Throw some tart apples into the combination with cinnamon and sugar butter for a sweet delight.
If you’re feeling indulgent, add a drizzle of honey.
While I never thought I’d say this, you can also top off this quesadilla with a dollop of whipped cream!
Extra toppings or not, the kids will love this cinnamon quesadilla, and you will, too.
Quesadillas don’t exactly have a reputation for being healthy. But now they will!
Fluffy egg whites and spinach load this quesadilla with vitamins and protein. Add just a sprinkle of cheddar cheese to seal it all up inside.
Use a wheat tortilla or go gluten-free, your choice.
Want more veggies too? Toss in some slices of tomato and avocado. Or throw some bell peppers into the mix.
There’s plenty of room for improvising.
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