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Strawberry Cheesecake Quesadillas

Rated as 3.68 out of 5 Stars
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"Creamy and fruity!"
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Ingredients

10 m servings 433
Original recipe yields 2 servings

Directions

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  1. Spread one side of 2 tortillas with 1/2 the cream cheese. Spread equal amounts jam over cream cheese. Spread remaining 2 tortillas with remaining cream cheese, and place on top of first 2 tortillas to form quesadillas.
  2. Place quesadillas in a skillet sprayed with cooking spray over medium heat and cook 5 minutes on each side, until golden brown. Serve sprinkled with confectioners' sugar.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 433 calories; 12 71.6 9.6 16 511 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Really cute idea! I made these for a snack and while a bit messy it's definitely worth a try. Don't overstuff the tortillas a thin layer will do - nice and sweet!

Most helpful critical review

I served this with a great recipe for taco soup. It was a nice dessert but very hard to make. The jam liquifies and becomes very messy. Then, clean up is horrible because everything is gooooee. ...

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Really cute idea! I made these for a snack and while a bit messy it's definitely worth a try. Don't overstuff the tortillas a thin layer will do - nice and sweet!

This recipe is very simple and not at all messy like previous reviewers suggested... if you do it right. DO NOT spread to the corners of the tortilla. Only spread the jam/cream cheese to about a...

Sweeten the cream cheese with a little sprinkle of sugar and a few drops of vanilla extract or lemon juice and instead of putting the jam in the quesadilla, heat it up and serve it on the side. ...

I served this with a great recipe for taco soup. It was a nice dessert but very hard to make. The jam liquifies and becomes very messy. Then, clean up is horrible because everything is gooooee. ...

I tried this recipe because those were the only ingredients I had in my kitchen. I wasn't feeling the creamy fruity thing. I left out the fruity and made kind of a grill cheese sandwich. Except ...

I tried these again with a little less cream cheese and grilled with a little butter instead of cooking spray and they were much better.

I didn't do them quesadilla style. I did a burrito/soft taco style. Just spread cream cheese on a single tortilla, spread strawberry jam on top of that. Rolled and heated it in a frying pan with...

Really tastey! A little messy, but worth the sticky fingers!

My daughter and her friends LOVED this snack. Good idea is let them cool just a bit(not so they are cold though) lying flat before you serve. They don't ooze as much, and don't spread the mix ...