Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins
This is a tasty fruit version of a quesadilla, great for breakfast or dessert. Make sure to use butter & not cooking spray or oil. The final result would taste different. Fruit preserves can be substituted for the jam but do not use jelly.
- Divide the jam in half then spread on 2 tortilla shells. Leave about 1/2 inch on all the sides clean.
- Melt half the butter in a small frying pan over medium heat. Place one jam covered tortilla into the pan (jam side up). Cover with another plain tortilla.
- Cook until the bottom turns golden. Carefully turn over & cook the other side. Take out of the pan & cut into quarters. Serve warm.
- Repeat the previous steps for the other quesadilla.
One of my fathers favorite sayings is "If it doesn't drip off the elbows its not any good". Well dad would like this one. Made using whole wheat tortillas and strawberry preserves. Thinking another review had a good idea using corn tortillas. Thanks for the sweet post.
YUM! YUM! These were absolutely delicious! I used corn tortillas and my own homemade peach freezer jam. We enjoyed them so much for an after lunch snack! Prepared as a participant in the Aug 2009 Ramadan Tag Event.
Great quick and easy sweet treat! I used peach preserves and it was yummy. They were a little messy to eat as the preserves kind of oozed out the sides, but very tasty - thanks for posting the recipe!